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Video: User generated content is important, but premium content takes the lead Video: User generated content is important, but premium content takes the lead. Tom McInerney, founder and CEO of video-sharing site Guba, speaks with CNET’s Neha Tiwari at the Digital Hollywood conference in San Jose, Calif. McInerney explains how Guba offers user-generated content and avoids copyright infringement by offering a premium, fee-based service. Unlike YouTube, Guba has relationships with Warner Bros. and Sony Pictures Entertainment to distribute video content.
(CNET News.com — 18 August, 2006)
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Video: Online video archiving site's vision of the future of entertainment online Video: Online video archiving site’s vision of the future of entertainment online. Many gathered Wednesday at Digital Hollywood 2006 in San Jose, Calif., to hear the pros talk about the future of media online. Many feel that the television and movie studios will increasingly move to the online market. One such member, Brian E. Taptich, the vice president of business development at BitTorrent, talks with CNET News.com’s Neha Tiwari about how his company is leading the trend in the industry. What’s the future for online video sharing? Will studios and the online community live in copyright harmony?
(CNET News.com — 17 August, 2006)
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Video: Revver co-founder remarks on a unique time for video on the Web Video: Revver co-founder remarks on a unique time for video on the Web. Oliver Luckett, co-founder of video site Revver, talks with CNET’s Neha Tiwari at the Digital Hollywood: Building Blocks 2006 conference in San Jose, Calif. Luckett talks about how he stumbled upon the infamous Mentos video, the future of Revver, and how money is made in the user-generated content business.
(CNET News.com — 17 August, 2006)
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Video: Founder Kevin Rose dishes out Web 2.0 predictions Video: Founder Kevin Rose dishes out Web 2.0 predictions. Kevin Rose, the former “Dark Tipper” of TechTV fame, chats with CNET’s Neha Tiwari at Digital Hollywood Building Blocks in San Jose, Calif. Rose, whose blog-based site Digg helps users browse and find interesting stories on the Net, speaks about the increasing popularity of video and predicts what his site’s next gold mine could be.
(CNET News.com — 16 August, 2006)
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From BitTorrent to iMesh to YouTube, there’s no shortage of companies that see dollar signs in trafficking your content. (CNET News.com — 18 August, 2006)
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Video: Did viral marketing or standard ads draw crowds? Video: Did viral marketing or standard ads draw crowds?. “Snakes on a Plane,” a movie that plays on the fear of reptiles, opened on Aug. 17. CNET News.com’s Neha Tiwari talked to folks attending the movie opening in San Francisco. What brought them there–typical movie hype or the clip posted on YouTube?
(CNET News.com — 13 hours ago)
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Video: Social networking site to integrate exterior sites to track trends Video: Social networking site to integrate exterior sites to track trends. CNET’s Neha Tiwari talks with Facebook Director of Business Development Jed Stremel at Digital Hollywood 2006 about plans to change the social networking scene with a new platform that integrates exterior sites to track trends. Stremel also discusses changes made during the last year in an effort to make the user experience more seamless and what makes Facebook different from Myspace.
(CNET News.com — 16 August, 2006)
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Video: New Korean social-networking site hopes to make splash in U.S. Video: New Korean social-networking site hopes to make splash in U.S.. Cyworld.com will officially be released in the U.S. on Aug. 15, 2006. The site recalls “The Sims” or “Second Life” with the incorporation of avatars, but is similar to MySpace.com in its more basic functions (photo uploading, journaling, networking). CNET’s Neha Tiwari, a self-proclaimed social-networking site addict, explores Cyworld to see how it stacks up to MySpace.
(CNET News.com — 15 August, 2006)
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