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Windows Azure Media Services OR Intel & Microsoft going together in the consumer space (again)?

Windows Azure Media Services OR Intel & Microsoft going together in the consumer space (again)? | Mediaproduction-Light and Lean | Scoop.it

With Intel Media: 10-20 year leap in television this year [Feb 16, 2013] and Microsoft entertainment as an affordable premium offering to be built on the basis of the Xbox console and Xbox LIVE services [Feb 13, 2013] this is a highly probable assumption.

 


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How The Television Has Evolved (Infographic)

How The Television Has Evolved (Infographic) | Mediaproduction-Light and Lean | Scoop.it
The television counts among a handful of designs that most dramatically changed 20th-century society. As this illustrated poster by Reddit user CaptnC

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Remember the time when the television was a furniture? ,Now it is kind of a canvas on the wall

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jose antonio gabelas's curator insight, May 11, 5:29 AM

añada su visión ...

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The Secret Psychology of Snapchat

What makes Snapchat so habit-forming? An examination of Snapchat through Nir Eyal's Hook Model.

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Sequans and Expway Routes LTE Broadcast to WiFi Devices

Sequans and Expway Routes LTE Broadcast to WiFi Devices | Mediaproduction-Light and Lean | Scoop.it
LTE chipmaker says its LTE-to-WiFi platform, in partnership with middleware provider Expway, has been tested by Verizon and other operators and is commercially ready today.

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the future of television

RT @vincentsmit: The Future of Television http://t.co/6fvjGGfrRs via @LUMA_partners http://t.co/L9bfybwXKC

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Internet birthed the radio star: Local newspapers are hoping online radio can be a growth area

Internet birthed the radio star: Local newspapers are hoping online radio can be a growth area | Mediaproduction-Light and Lean | Scoop.it
Despite slow audience and revenue growth, a handful of newspapers are optimistic about the future of Internet radio.


As Internet radio and podcasting have become more prominent in recent years, a number of local newspapers — from small community chains like Hersam Acorn, which owns 18 local papers, to metro dailies like The Boston Herald — have launched online radio stations.


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Russell Roberts's curator insight, February 24, 12:29 AM

Thanks to reporter David Hall for this look at the future of radio. Newspapers and other media outlets are turning to Internet Radio to keep advertising revenues up and to encourage local communities to be more involved in reporting news and in joining in on community service events.  The reverse is also holding true.  Many radio stations are streaming their programming, gaining audiences far beyond their locales.  When I left Pacific Radio Group (Hawaii Island) in 2011, the group's 4 radio stations were generating a good portion of their revenue with digital sales on our streaming audio services.  It wasn't unusual for an on-air news story (I was the news department) to get comment via the Internet from places such as California, Michigan, Nevada, and Oregon, where many former Hawaii residents now live.  They all wanted a taste of home on their radio, most of it provided by streaming our programs on the Internet.  Aloha de Russ (KH6JRM).

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Forget 4K, Lose Yourself in a Stunning 10K Timelapse of Brazil | The Creators Project

Zoom into a Rio favela in super-high definition in this glorious video by John Capra.
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The World's Top 10 Most Innovative Companies of 2015 In Media

The World's Top 10 Most Innovative Companies of 2015 In Media | Mediaproduction-Light and Lean | Scoop.it
From the science of viral content to a magazine preserving the Middle East's humanity, the media outlets changing how we communicate.
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Mobile video drives 10-fold cell data increase by 2019

Mobile video drives 10-fold cell data increase by 2019 | Mediaproduction-Light and Lean | Scoop.it
Cisco sees mobile data usage increasing at a 57% CAGR through 2019. Mobile video leads growth, but will tablet or smartphone that will dominate consumption?

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Vikram R Chari's curator insight, February 4, 9:42 AM

I have no doubt that these projections will be overhauled in lesser time. Data especially video (HD, UHD/4K, 5K, 8K) along with "smart home" data, along with Mobile video will see the data tsunami rise more than geometrically in the coming years. 

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Ericsson and Polkomtel test LTE Broadcast in Poland

Ericsson and Polkomtel test LTE Broadcast in Poland | Mediaproduction-Light and Lean | Scoop.it
Ericsson and Polish telecom operator Polkomtel successfully carried out the first test of LTE Broadcast technology in Poland on August 30, streaming the opening game of the 2014 World Volleyball Championship between Poland and Serbia to 300 selected guests and journalists at Warsaw's National Stadium.



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BIRTV 2014 video: Chinese inventor hacks an old tape based Sony ENG camera to shoot 2.7K by putting a GoPro inside

BIRTV 2014 video: Chinese inventor hacks an old tape based Sony ENG camera to shoot 2.7K by putting a GoPro inside | Mediaproduction-Light and Lean | Scoop.it

Plenty of TV stations and freelance cameramen have old Betacams and DV based cameras lying around gathering dust. Imagine if you could upgrade them to 2.7K, or even 4K shooting?


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How to Create an Awesome Infographic

How to Create an Awesome Infographic | Mediaproduction-Light and Lean | Scoop.it
Graphs, Infographics

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malek's curator insight, August 15, 2014 9:02 AM

The production process is efficient with only 10% for full draft

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What Killed The Infographic?

What Killed The Infographic? | Mediaproduction-Light and Lean | Scoop.it
If you've seen fewer experimental data visualizations lately, it's only because the medium has grown up and gotten a job.
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Time Warner execs: TV has to adapt to an on-demand world | Capital New York

Time Warner execs: TV has to adapt to an on-demand world | Capital New York | Mediaproduction-Light and Lean | Scoop.it
HBO and Time Warner C.E.O.'s talk HBO Now, streaming TV bundles
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How to add music to your Google Slides presentation

How to add music to your Google Slides presentation | Mediaproduction-Light and Lean | Scoop.it
Google's presentation app doesn't support audio files, but with these workarounds you can still give your slides a soundtrack.

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Wendy Zaruba's curator insight, April 27, 8:13 AM

Here is a great tip for adding music to your Google Slides Presentation.

Candi Whitman's curator insight, April 27, 4:41 PM

Music always enhances.   Never put too much information on a slide.  That's what talking is for, and I like to keep them up only 10-15 seconds so you keep people's interest.  

Pippa Davies @PippaDavies 's curator insight, May 1, 11:34 AM

Adding music to your slides!  Love this idea for sharing pics:)

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Shooting 4K Anamorphic and V-Log with Panasonic's GH4. Ten Valuable Lessons.

Shooting 4K Anamorphic and V-Log with Panasonic's GH4. Ten Valuable Lessons. | Mediaproduction-Light and Lean | Scoop.it

One again we have the privilege to work with a GH4 pre-release, this time with Anamorphic and V-Log features.


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74 Sites To Find Awesome Free Images For Your Content Marketing Or Social Media

74 Sites To Find Awesome Free Images For Your Content Marketing Or Social Media | Mediaproduction-Light and Lean | Scoop.it
Don't look any further then this ultimate resource to find free high-quality images for your blog or website.

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Guillaume Decugis's curator insight, April 7, 10:29 PM

Images are great to boost engagement but they can be hard to source: what is free? what is copyright-free? what is indexed? 


It's easy to spend a lot of time sourcing for images and it can turn out to be a pain. 


Solution?


Canva has compiled 74 sites to solve this and let you know exactly which ones are searchable, whether they require a membership, whether they require attribution when you use the image, the size of their picture database and the resolution of their content. Bonus: they also rate their quality level.


Save time and... enjoy! 

Mark H. Cohen's curator insight, April 8, 12:37 PM

We can always use more images, right?

Erlinda Shen's curator insight, April 24, 1:52 PM

I love the new stock photos that are out. Way, way better than even two years ago. 

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E//: More people to watch streamed video than broadcast TV this year

E//: More people to watch streamed video than broadcast TV this year | Mediaproduction-Light and Lean | Scoop.it
In 2015 more people will watch streamed on-demand video on a weekly basis than broadcast TV, according to research by Ericsson. 

Discussing the findings of its recent ConsumerLab ’10 Hot Consumer Trends for 2015’ report, Michael Björn, head of research at Ericsson ConsumerLab, said that at the overall hours we spend watching streamed video will also eventually exceed the hours spent watching broadcast TV.

“At the current pace of change, maybe that will happen around 2020,” said Björn. “Streaming is overtaking broadcast for the simple reason that consumers see more value in something that is delivered when they want to watch it rather than when the clock hits a certain hour. Simultaneously we are creatures of habit, so although the value of getting something on demand is obvious, the change happens gradually.”

Ericsson’s ConsumerLab survey of 23 countries found that more than three-quarters of consumers browse the internet and half use social media every day.

Last year, the research found that streaming overtook broadcast TV in terms of popularity among those aged 16-45, with 80% in this age group watching streamed video “several times a week or more”.

Some 77% of the total sample population watched broadcast content, compared to 75% who favoured streaming services, but Ericsson said this will change during 2015. “The year will be historic, as we will watch streamed content more often than broadcast TV,” said the report.

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Top 3 In-Demand Radio Jobs

Top 3 In-Demand Radio Jobs | Mediaproduction-Light and Lean | Scoop.it
What is the future for jobs in radio in our digitally connected world? Three jobs in particular stand out as being in demand right now and look to be still in demand as radio celebrates its 100th A...

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Russell Roberts's curator insight, February 24, 12:19 AM

Thanks to reporter David Hall for this sobering analysis of what lies ahead for those interested in a broadcast career.  The top 3 jobs in the radio/TV business are:  Radio sales personnel, Internet Content Creators, and RF Engineers (who may be part of consulting firm serving many media outlets).  When I entered the broadcast business back in 1967 (briefly) and resumed my radio career after military service (1972), all you needed was a good voice ("great pipes"), some decent production skills, and perhaps an old First Class Radiotelephone License (Now called the GROL).  Now a days, sales and basic engineering continue to be needed, although consolidation will reduce some opportunities.  The growing need for Internet capable  content creators is obvious now that many media outlets maintain websites and blogs to keep listeners tuned to station events and activities.  Getting a job in radio was fairly easy 50 years ago. Now a different skill set is needed if radio is to thrive on the eve of its centennial (2020).  Aloha de Russ (KH6JRM).

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You'd never guess this 17-minute film was shot only using an iPhone 6

You'd never guess this 17-minute film was shot only using an iPhone 6 | Mediaproduction-Light and Lean | Scoop.it
This NYC-based director shot his latest project entirely on the iPhone 6 -- and it's his second time doing so.
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Where Does Radio Stand in a Connected World?

Where Does Radio Stand in a Connected World? | Mediaproduction-Light and Lean | Scoop.it
The evolution of entertainment and new ways to access information have left the medium of radio with an uncertain future. Radio today As it stands, radio is in a healthy…
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Russell Roberts's curator insight, February 24, 12:44 AM

Thanks to reporter David Hall for this perceptive article on the future of radio.  Despite inroads of HDTV, mobile technology with access to the Internet, and downloads of music, streaming audio, and podcasts, radio broadcasting continues to thrive in an ever more crowded media atmosphere.  Radio stations are adjusting to the changing platforms of the digital age, with many broadcast outlets running programs through the social media, audio streaming via the Internet, and even youtube featuring artists played  over the air.  As long as your local broadcast station identifies with your community and serves its interest in a personal, one-to-one way, radio will thrive.  Radio stations are becoming multi-media outlets that can serve not only your neighborhood, but the world as well.  Aloha de Russ (KH6JRM).

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Aspire Entertainment, Newsweek Partner to Develop Magazine Stories for TV, Movies (EXCLUSIVE)

Aspire Entertainment, Newsweek Partner to Develop Magazine Stories for TV, Movies (EXCLUSIVE) | Mediaproduction-Light and Lean | Scoop.it
Aspire Entertainment has inked an exclusive two-year development deal with Newsweek to create and distribute films, TV series and other content on various platforms based on stories published in th...

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Meet the TV Viewer of the Future - You Might Not Recognize Her - Videonuze

Meet the TV Viewer of the Future - You Might Not Recognize Her - Videonuze | Mediaproduction-Light and Lean | Scoop.it
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Share Video and Measure Engagement | Bale

Share Video and Measure Engagement | Bale | Mediaproduction-Light and Lean | Scoop.it

"Share Videos &

Measure Engagement.

Providing you insights to engage with your audience more effectively."

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