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Hey TV Nets: The Whipclip Revolution is here! Let’s Reward the Legal Approach

Whipclip won’t be the first entrant in the live TV clipping market, but it is decisively the most important. ABC, CBS, FOX, VH1, A&E Network, Lifetime, Bloomberg, and Turner are on board – but for how many shows? And what about sports?

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7 Reasons #NABShow beats #CES and #SXSW

In “The Purpose of Silicon Valley,” MIT Tech Review author Michael Malone talks of a geeky debate happening in the Valley these days. The question? Are we losing our purpose? Social networking apps are fun, the argument goes, but global hunger isn’t yet solved – and tech startups need to be involved in those problems. […]

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Twitter is a Platform, Vine is a Genre, Video is a medium

There’s an interesting article on Re-code today about Dick Costolo’s comments on Vine. The author suggests that Vine will compete with Twitter’s native Video offerings but I don’t think so. The way I think of it is this: Twitter is a Platform, Vine is a Genre and Video is a medium. http://recode.net/2015/02/11/dick-costolo-on-how-vine-fits-into-twitters-ambitions Twitter is a distribution platform. With Twitter, you […]

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Video Content Marketers: Pay Attention to Inside.com, BBC Instafax & Cloud editing

Inside.com – 300 character news stories – just a bit more than Twitter. Instafax — same thing for video. Finally, there’s an app that helps me track business news at break-neck speed – Inside.com, Jason Calacanis’ new startup. My view – they’ve hit upon a critical equation for digital information and news: Maximize the info — minimize […]

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