Posted on July 28, 2008
If you would like to watch an interview with the Chairman of a public company that has already done an outstanding video annual report, this interview is for you.
Posted on July 22, 2008
If you would like to learn what a prominent television producer thinks is the future of Internet video, this interview is for you.
Our guest today is Steve Rosenbaum who is the Founder of Magnify.net. Earlier he was the creator of MTV News: Unfiltered. He has also produced prime time television for A&E, Animal Planet, Court TV, The History Channel, BBC, TLC, CBS, CNN, and MSNBC. His current company provides a platform that empowers groups of people who share common interests to gather, filter, organize, discuss and share video in a community context on the Internet. Read more…
Posted on July 16, 2008
If you would like to learn what a prominent investment banker thinks about the IPO, private placement, and M&A market for Digital Media companies, this interview is for you.
Our guest today is Peter Falvey who is a Co-Founder of Revolution Partners. His company is an investment bank specializing in technology companies. Their focus is on M&A and private placements. Prior to forming Revolution Partners, Peter was with Robertson, Stephens and his other Co-Founder was with Credit Suisse. Read more…
Posted on July 5, 2008
If you would like to learn about a website dedicated to original video programming that is professionally produced, this interview is for you.
Our guest today is Jim Louderback who is the CEO of Revision3. The company’s name was chosen to imply that it is focused on the third version of television. The first version was broadcast TV and the second was cable television. Version three is all about Internet video. Read more…
Posted on July 1, 2008
If you would like to learn about a standards movement that will get Internet video into future televisions without going through a computer, this interview is for you.
Our guest today is John Gildred who is the President of Synctv.com which is an Internet video service based upon the Marlin DRM industry standard that enables consumer electronics appliances to get television programming directly from the Internet without going through a computer. Synctv.com is currently an invitation-only Beta website, but next year John expects televisions to be introduced into the market that will have the Synctv service built-in. Read more…