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Links 1 through 10 of 71 by Bryan Murley tagged video

"Cameras worn on helmets or harnesses have been popular during the last decade for specialized uses like skydiving or auto racing. But a new generation of devices that cost around $200, some of them recording in high-definition, may move wearable cameras into the mainstream, offering a new dimension in first-person documentation."

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Take a look behind the scenes of the CMA/CICM multimedia workshop.

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In the essay, Steve outlines the forms of video have worked for the BBC online. One of the most successful formats is the short news clip that shows something visually compelling.

These work particularly well when they are embedded in a related text news story. Traffic to video doubled within a year after the BBC News site started embedding video.

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"After watching an online video for a full minute, 44.1 percent of viewers will have clicked away, according to Visible Measures. But an outsize slice of that loss occurs in the first 10 seconds, during which 19.4 percent of a video’s audience defects."

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First in a series of short videos with some pretty big names including Henry Jenkins and Clay Shirky.

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Stephanie Makosky explains how she produces video for the Dispatch and Rock Island Argus. Part 2 of 2.

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Stephanie Makosky explains how she produces video for the Dispatch and Rock Island Argus. Part 1 of 2.

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"This leaves a big gap in a what is a widely consumed market. Mashable reports: "In August, more than 161 million viewers watched an average of 157 videos per viewer, according to data from the comScore Video Metrix service. A whopping 81.6 percent of the total US Internet audience viewed online video and the average online video viewer saw 9.7 hours of video in August."

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Once it was Mogulus - Now it's Livestream. A web 2.0 company with a name that actually fits what it does.

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An interview with Nick Bolton of the NYT R&D Lab showing the "Interactive Living Room" of the future. I'm still waiting for my jet pack, but if anyone has any money left after the recession, maybe this is the future of news? via @niemanlab and tascal taillandier on twitter

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