Hands-on Guide to Video Blogging and Podcasting

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Focal/Elsevier, 2006 - Computers - 330 pages
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In The Hands-On Guide Video Blogging and Podcasting industry experts explain these emerging media tools from a professional perspective. Quickly learn the technical aspects of video blogging and podcasting along with their business and financial ramifications.

This book contains:
• Step-by-step instructions to quickly launch a Podcast or video blog
• The basics of multimedia use in blogging and the most relevant text-blog technologies
• Podcast and video blog technology uses in business/corporate, education, customer communication, and entertainment contexts
• Concise, understandable breakdowns of all relevant videoblogging and Podcasting buzzwords, acronyms, and related multimedia technologies
• Coverage of tools, production techniques, new technologies, multimedia blog basics, monetization, and licensing
• Case studies that analyze successful for-profit and not-for-profit podcasts and video blogs

In The Hands-On Guide Video Blogging and Podcasting industry experts explain these emerging media tools from a professional perspective. Quickly learn the technical aspects of video blogging and podcasting along with their business and financial ramifications.

This book contains:
• Step-by-step instructions to quickly launch a Podcast or video blog
• The basics of multimedia use in blogging and the most relevant text-blog technologies
• Podcast and video blog technology uses in business/corporate, education, customer communication, and entertainment contexts
• Concise, understandable breakdowns of all relevant videoblogging and Podcasting buzzwords, acronyms, and related multimedia technologies
• Coverage of tools, production techniques, new technologies, multimedia blog basics, monetization, and licensing
• Case studies that analyze successful for-profit and not-for-profit podcasts and video blogs

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About the author (2006)

Lionel Felix has spent the better part of the last 12 years working in video post-production and live TV production and enterprise technology management. He has contributed to Gizmodo, CNET and Telematics Journal as well as serving as Editor in Chief for Car Hacks (http://www.carhacks.org), a blog covering the convergence of consumer electronics, navigation, wireless Internet and the common car. At Sony Pictures Digital Entertainment, Lionel served as Director of Technology where he oversaw the management of over 1400 Sony Pictures and Sony Corporation Internet properties including Sony.com and Sonypictures.com.
Damien Stolarz is an inventor, writer, and entrepreneur who has spent over half his life making different kinds of computers talk to each other. He is the Chief Technology Officer of StreetDeck (http://www.streetdeck.com), an in-car computing company that delivers digital media entertainment and information into the vehicle. Damien also worked for years developing P2P streaming technology for Robotarmy Corp. and Blue Falcon Networks (Now part of Akimbo.com). Damien has written several books on digital media convergence including Mastering Internet Video (2004) and Car PC Hacks (2005). Damien holds a B.S. in Computer Science/Engineering from UCLA.

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