Online coverage of President Barack Obama’s inauguration brought new clarity to the media opportunity for social networks, proving the inherent value of varying social graphs and demonstrating what it takes to ignite powerful, meaningful conversations at a huge scale. With a dizzying array of online coverage, ranging from Hulu’s feed of Fox News to Livestation’s [...]
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by Allen Weiner | January 20, 2009 | 2 Comments
by Allen Weiner | November 5, 2008 | 1 Comment
In case you were watching another network or perhaps getting your election video fix via Associated Press’ live streaming coverage (via PC or Mac), you missed CNN’s freaky holograms. I saw it twice, once with reporter Jessica Yellin the other with Will.i.am of the Black Eyed Peas. Gizmodo does a good job of explaining how [...]
by Allen Weiner | November 4, 2008 | Comments Off
Live News Cameras (a panorama of live coverage from around the globe)CNNMSNBCC-Span (after 7 p.m. EST) Please add others you discover…Remember, outside the U.S., some online nets will be geo-blocked.
by Allen Weiner | November 4, 2008 | 1 Comment
Livestation, one of the better legit online TV services, is offering what it calls a “global interactive party” in conjunction with Election Day. By downloading a new version of the Livestation player (Windows, Mac, Linux), you are empowered to participate in live chats with other viewers as well as producers from a variety of TV [...]