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Breaking New Internet Ground in Home Theater Receivers










Chicago, IL (PRWEB) June 7, 2010

Mediafly and Onkyo have teamed up to bring a wide variety of free Internet content directly to home theater systems, no computer needed.

Mediafly has taken the tens of thousands of podcasts and made them as easy to enjoy as traditional media, making content available on virtually any topic, at any time. With Onkyo’s industry-leading innovation and performance, this partnership could represent the first time that such a wide variety of on-demand Internet content has been available directly through a home theater receiver.

Mediafly’s innovative service launches with the new Onkyo mid- and upper mid-range network A/V receivers for 2010– the TX-NR1008, TX-NR808, and TX-NR708 models– and promises to become a new favorite feature. From NBC, CNN, NPR, ESPN, BBC, Comedy Central and more to high-quality independent shows, there is something for everyone. In addition, unlike satellite and cable TV, Mediafly channels are free, sourced from podcasts and directly from Mediafly’s media partners.

“We are very thrilled to announce our latest network Audio/Video Receiver with Mediafly. This is like putting new life into our hardware. Network functionality is becoming a major factor in the home theater market and Mediafly is one of the key services we have included to appeal to our customers,” says Nobuaki Okuda, Executive Vice President of AV at Onkyo Corporation.

“Mediafly is honored to partner with Onkyo on its groundbreaking new AV receivers. We think we will continue to see the industry evolve toward on-demand content, and we applaud Onkyo’s industry leadership in pursuing this goal,” said Carson Conant, Mediafly’s CEO.

Whether your interests include news, sports, business, learning languages, celebrity gossip, comedy or myriad other choices, Mediafly lets people connect with their interests on demand, when and where they want. Over 25,000 different multimedia series are available on Mediafly, representing an enormous 20 million episodes of content. To help users, Mediafly has made it easy to access over 350 popular shows in just over twenty easy-to-use channels on the Onkyo receivers – no accounts to create or complex setup, no subscription required – just tune in and enjoy!

Mediafly understands that the home theater experience through the Onkyo receivers may be one of many important parts of a “digital lifestyle.” Mediafly allows individuals to set up content once and enjoy it across all their digital media devices. One may use other devices like the Squeezebox Radio in the kitchen, a laptop in the office, portable media players like the Zune HD and the iPad during the commute, and smartphones like Android, BlackBerry, or iPhone on the go. Mediafly’s “digital lifestyle” concept allows users to enjoy the same content no matter what the device: add to your channels once, enjoy anywhere. For example, a person could start enjoying a program on their Onkyo home theater at home and then pick up on an Android or vice-versa, allowing for true convenience and enjoyment.

“The consumer electronics world has changed tremendously with Internet connectivity, and Mediafly is very proud to have such an esteemed partner as Onkyo in pioneering this on-demand functionality for home theater receivers. Mediafly allows people to enjoy their favorite content across the devices in their digital lifestyles™, and now they have a fantastic choice for enjoying their favorites directly through their Onkyo receivers,” said Keith Waxelman, Vice President of Business Development for Mediafly.

About Mediafly

Mediafly is an innovative media technology platform and leading distribution service of multimedia content over the Internet. Mediafly offers business services that enhance leading corporations’ multimedia distribution capabilities for corporate training, communications, live broadcasts, and executive reviews. The Mediafly platform enables distribution across mobile, desktop, and set-top devices, and the unique combination of Software as a Service infrastructure and broad device support provides the most flexible and cost effective solution for enabling this emerging business function. For more information on the company and its products, visit: http://www.mediafly.com and http://business.mediafly.com. Contact information: Keith Waxelman, VP Business Development – kwaxelman (at) mediafly.com or by phone 312.281.5171.

About Onkyo

Since 1946 Onkyo has been passionately committed to developing audio products that deliver uncommon performance, quality and value. Bundling proprietary technologies and innovations with other sound-enhancing exclusives, Onkyo continues to created award winning products that are lauded by many of the industry leading audio publications. The company’s philosophy is to deliver products that are superbly designed and built to a consistently outstanding standard of excellence. Today, Onkyo is at the forefront of the home theater and digital revolutions. For more information about this and other fine Onkyo products, visit http://www.onkyousa.com or call 800.229.1687.

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Elisa Eesti Demonstrates Superfast 4G Internet in Central Tallinn










(PRWEB) June 17, 2010

On June Elisa Eesti gave a demonstration of superfast 4G Internet in the centre of Tallinn. The data communication speed achieved was almost 100 Mbit/s – the first time such a high speed had been achieved in mobile Internet in Estonia

Elisa Eesti has carried out successful tests of the 4G network in cooperation with its supplier Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN). Its 4G coverage is now available in most areas in central Tallinn.

Network Manager of Mobile and Fixed Networks at Elisa Eesti Andrus Kaarelson says that Elisa is testing the 4G network to prepare for the introduction of new technologies and services the moment they can be offered to clients as commercial services.

Elisa Eesti is set to expand its 4G test network even further: 4G stations will soon begin operating in the summer capital Pärnu and in the Kristiine district of Tallinn.

“The test network is based on new generation LTE (Long Term Evolution) technology, which is the answer to the challenges posed by rapidly increasing data communication volumes, which allows us to create new services using a higher data communication speed and which also complements the services currently offered in Elisa’s 3.5G network,” said Esa Harju, Manager of the Baltic and Nordic Regions of Nokia Siemens Networks.

“The superfast 4G network, which offers an even better user experience, takes the mobile Internet service into a new era,” said Kaarelson. “For example, downloading a movie in DVD format will only take about 45 minutes in the 4G network. The new generation network will also allow clients to use mobile Internet to watch HD television, use video conference and multimedia services and play online games.”

The volume of mobile Internet use in the 3.5G network has grown tenfold in recent years. 91% of Elisa’s clients currently use mobile Internet in the 3.5G network. Introducing the 4G network makes it possible to increase data communication volumes considerably and to guarantee the mobile Internet speed requested by clients.

Provision of commercial services in the Elisa 4G network will become possible after the issue of LTE licences later this year.

Today’s demonstration took place in the centre of Tallinn on the rooftop terrace of the European Union Building.

LTE (Long Term Evolution) or 4G is the mobile communication standard that enables operators to offer the possibility to download data at up to 300 Mbit/s and upload data at up to 75 Mbit/s. The further development of the 4G standard LTE Advanced was approved last year. It will make it possible to download data in mobile networks at up to 1 Gbit/s.

Elisa (http://www.elisa.ee) is the first communications operator in Estonia offering mobile telephone, landline telephone and Internet services all over the country. The services offered by Elisa can be used at home, at work and on the move. Elisa offers an online Internet connection everywhere in the country – its WiMAX wireless Internet reaches 80% of the people living in Estonia and the company covers Tallinn, Tartu, Pärnu, Maardu, Saku and part of Harju County with its fast home and office Internet based on the DSL2+ standard. The mobile communications network of Elisa is accessible to 99% of the population of the country. Elisa and global mobile communications operator Vodafone have formed an extensive partnership and provide joint services in 40 different countries. The company’s turnover in 2009 was 1.406 billion kroons, while its operating profit amounted to 478 million kroons.

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Interactive World Cup Map Hails First for New Internet Technology













www.TheWorldCupMap.com


(PRWeb UK) June 17, 2010

Giving web users a unique interactive experience of the FIFA World Cup stadia across South Africa through the fusion of HD video footage and cutting edge mapping technology, ‘Avimap’ (Aerial Video Integrated Mapping) has been co-developed by UK based companies, Skyworks and Earthware respectively.

TheWorldCupMap.com features Microsoft’s advanced Bing Maps Silverlight technology, Windows Azure cloud hosting and the latest IIS (Internet Information Services) smooth streaming video. A unique visual experience, aerial views of each stadium are complemented by information about the matches and teams playing at the venues.

Commenting on the launch of Avimap, Neil Osmond, Managing Director of Earthware, said:

“By creating a seamless interactive experience online, Avimap is a flag bearer for the art of the possible, as it’s the first time that HD aerial footage and web based mapping technology have been linked in the cloud environment. It really paves the way for future applications which blend video and mapping and we’re delighted to use the World Cup to showcase this technology.”

Visitors to TheWorldCupMap.com will also be able to view another Avimap experience,‘The Country Behind The Cup’ – an aerial journey across South Africa. This is based on a Skyworks HD factual documentary made for television.

Colin Mills, Director of Skyworks, comments:

“Our objective with the ‘Country Behind the Cup’ sequence in Avimap was to create an engaging combination of journey, documentary and map that enables the user to interact in a completely new way. This way of presenting documentary footage will allow viewers to explore the ‘Rainbow Nation’ from a unique perspective.”

Having collaborated successfully on the introduction of ‘Avimap’, Skyworks and Earthware are developing further ways to apply these techniques in web applications with a particular focus on travel and tourism.

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brite-View CinemaGo with Internet Radio Debuts













Sleek and Compact Design of the CinemaGo


San Jose, CA (PRWEB) June 29, 2010

brite-View by Xpike Innovation today announced the debut of the CinemaGo (BV-5005HD Mini CG), a special edition of the highly successful CinemaTube (BV-5005HD). The small, sleek CinemaGo is more portable than the CinemaTube, and its eSATA interface data transfer speed is up to three times faster than the USB 2.0 interface. Every CinemaGo package contains a Wi-Fi adapter for easy network access. In addition to its unique torrent download feature, the CinemaGo adds another bonus feature: MUZEE internet radio channels.

Once connected to the TV and the network, the CinemaGo is a treat for the eye and ear. Vivid 1080p high-definition picture quality can be displayed on your HDTV in all video formats, including MOV, WMV, MKV, AVI, VOB, DIVX, FLV and RMVB. Content can be delivered from a locally attached hard drive via the home network or from the internet. MUZEE even broadcasts live tens of thousands of sports, music, news or talk show channels from 210 countries. San Francisco Giants fans can listen to KNBR in a New York hotel room, and music fans can groove to the latest European dance hits on Digitally Imported.

The compact design of the CinemaGo is perfect for those who long to enjoy personalized entertainment whether at home or on the go, even in the car. The eSATA interface, which brite-View customers requested, is included in the CinemaGo, so users no longer have to wait for a Blu-ray movie back-up to load on the screen. Networking multiple CinemaGo devices enables content streaming and file transfer between attached hard drives.

“A good digital media player can transform your TV into an entertainment hub, showing content from your computer, a storage device or the network,” said Robert Lo, CEO of Xpike Innovation. “The CinemaGo does exactly that, and has the potential to do much more.” Lo mentioned that talks with partners are ongoing, and hinted at the possibility of bringing more web-based content and services to the CinemaGo through additional firmware upgrades.

The CinemaGo is available now for pre-order on brite-View’s website for $ 109.99.

About Xpike Innovation, Inc®

Xpike Innovation, Inc. designs and manufactures consumer electronics that spice up your living room without breaking the bank. Xpike Innovation is a leading provider of home networking applications, online media access and digital home solutions, including full-HD media players/streamers featuring torrent download, powerline Ethernet adapters and 1080p HD wireless transmission kits. Backed by nearly 30 years of electronics industry experience, Xpike Innovation products provide rich Internet-based multi-media user experiences for consumers to enjoy with their HDTVs.

brite-View™ is a brand owned by Xpike Innovation, Inc.

Media Contact

Charlotte Han

Senior Marketing Manager

(650) 200-0176

charlotte(at)brite-view(dot)com

http://www.brite-View.com

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Recession-Busting Videos and Internet Marketing Services That Save Businesses Thousands of Dollars













Online Video Web Marketing


Englewood, CO (Vocus) August 22, 2010

The Denver video production company, US Web Central Corp. Uses the same premium HD cameras, HD lenses, camera cranes, and million dollar sets as those that are used on network television shows and national TV commercials with budgets of $ 250,000+, our productions for the Internet are at the same quality level, yet we charge only $ 997, saving our clients tens of thousands of dollars, and giving them a powerful weapon against a lackluster economy.

With web videos at this quality level, businesses, whether large or small, will look like the leading firm in its industry. Then, by having an SEO company post the high level production to the top 100 video websites like YouTube and many others, businesses will receive lucrative free promotion around the world. Then, when the video is attached to emails, clients and prospects, they are much more likely to buy.

SEO and Conversion Rates are Greatly Enhanced with Video

The wow factor from the Denver video is just the tip of the iceberg. What lies underneath is hidden and huge, and a tremendous search engine optimization potential for your business. YouTube is just one of the many sites your cinema-quality video will be featured in. The exposure to new clients AND the increase in Search Engine Ranking will help your business prosper. This is where the Denver internet marketing can assure any company reaches its goals.

Optimizing your Video

Having a great looking video is one of the powerful benefits to promote your web site. Optimizing it is the key to improving your search engine rankings. There are many ways videos can improve a companies web page ranking, including some of the following:


    File names that contain search engine optimized terms. This is the back end work an SEO company does to improve rankings.
    Your internet marketing video production will be given a relevant file name which is surrounded by content related to your business.
    The video relevance is determined in part by the page relevance it is placed on
    Place videos on a web site and get direct traffic and back links to improve in the search engine rankings.

Optimizing your Video with Keyword Analysis

How a Denver SEO Company chooses file names for your video depends on how a web site is optimized. The goal should be to find terms that potential clients search for in finding a business or service. Find the terms that actual prospects are using, then applying them to the web site with accompanying video. Keyword Effectiveness looks at the number of times a particular keyword is used by potential prospects to the number of pages produced by all its competitors web sites then identifies the best search terms.. The key is finding the keyword terms that help increase the web site’s optimization.

Integration for Web Marketing with Multiple Search Engine Optimization Services

Designing a web site to get on the first page for specific search terms, should be planned from the very beginning, not as an after thought of web site design. An SEO and Web Marketing company plans how each component will work together. The web site itself should be designed with a simple universally recognized content management program that make its content on the web site indexed easily by web ranking spiders. At US Web Central, a Denver Web Design team optimizes these several services into a web site. This includes:

    Web Site Design designed specifically for search engine optimization
    Directory and Search Engine Submission
    Back link building
    Accelerated Deep Links
    Optimized Photographs both on your site and on other photo-sharing services
    Optimized Videos
    Site maps for both written content and videos
    Facebook business integration
    Twitter business integration
    Site Monitoring and Maintenance

Google Blended Search Results

Google uses “blended search strategies” to rank web sites. Blended search is the greater variety of “media” one uses to higher the search engine rankings. Using and posting a video into Facebook or MySpace.

A Dental Practice Video… A Real Life Example

Denver dentist Dr. James DeLapp has used these internet videos to improve his rankings in various search engines. “Knowing about blended search and how search engines find and rank web sites today is the key”. Dr. DeLapp states. For many business both large and small much effort is placed in the written word to promote their web site. Thinking about how search engines “should” search you would think about how balanced a web site should be combining the various media. Adding video is one of the most cost effective and interesting ways for new customers to find your office.

Adding a Video to E-mail marketing or E-Newsletter

Adding a video to any e-mail marketing program is considered by many to be the best marketing practice. Notify friends, colleagues, and prospects about the new video and wahtch it go viral.

Bringing Hollywood to Main St

Let US Web Central bring a cinema-quality video production worth a $ 100,000 or more, for under $ 1,000. Adding the Denver Search Engine Optimization techniques makes a video and any web site climb in the search rankings. The Denver SEO company prides itself in service quality, product innovation, creativity, and technical expertise to keep small business clients successful in this new virtual world. Take the next step and contact USWebCentral.com for a quote at 1 (800) 983-1961 or visit them online at http://www.uswebcentral.com/, and let the journey begin…

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New Internet TV Show Provides Quick, Healthy Recipes and Fitness Tips for Busy People on the Go











Busy But Healthy™
Host, Kristine Fretwell


(PRWEB) September 28, 2010

Busy But Healthy™ Inc is proud to announce the launch of http://www.busybuthealthy.com, a new internet T.V. and radio show hosted by Kristine Fretwell, which provides healthy tips, tricks and recipes to people that are busy but health conscious. The site will be offering 3 weekly episodes featuring quick and healthy recipes, fitness tips and question and answer, whereby viewers call or email Kristine to ask about health or fitness.

On Mondays, Kristine will start the week off with her “Ask Kristine” segment. In a short, informative, one to two minute segment, Kristine will answer a question in detail that she has received from a reader or viewer.

Kristine will follow that up with her “Recipe” segment on Wednesdays. During these four to eight minute episodes, Kristine will showcase many quick and healthy recipes tailored for busy people. The recipes are all designed to use minimal ingredients, be made in little to no time, and most importantly, taste great!

On Fridays Kristine will be providing her “Fitness Tip” of the week. During these two to three minute episodes, she will be offering her tips throughout a wide range of topics within health and fitness. These tips are designed for people that are looking for any small piece of advice to help them save time and stay motivated.

Busy But Healthy™ Show (http://www.busybuthealthy.com) will also feature the personal blog of show host Kristine Fretwell, bi-monthly contests and sponsor giveaways in addition to being a destination centre for busy people that want to stay healthy.

All episodes are professionally filmed in HD quality. In addition to the site, episodes will also be available on Blip, YouTube, Vimeo, iTunes( as a free downloadable podcast), Tivo and promoted through all the social media outlets such as Twitter, Facebook etc. The show is also part of the FMG Network (http://www.fmgnetwork.com) which showcases various internet TV shows. The episodes are also formatted to be easily downloaded onto portable handheld devices.

Busy But Healthy™ is the brainchild of show host Kristine Fretwell. Being active has always been a priority for Kristine. Growing up she enjoyed dancing and numerous sports. In her adult years she’s enjoyed kickboxing, weight training, pilates, yoga and group classes. Kristine has always had a passion for healthy eating which was instilled by her mother. From a young age she remembers going to their local health food store on a regular basis. She lost her mother to colon cancer in 2007, but she didn’t let this tarnish her views on healthy living.

After the birth of her daughter in July 2008, she became more serious about being fit. After a lot of hard work, she entered a fitness competition only 7 months after her daughter was born and placed 4th. Two competitions later, Kristine came 1st place, earning her Pro status. With her best tips and recipes, she hopes to inspire other moms to get back into shape amongst a hectic schedule, and help people of all ages keep motivated and lead them on a path to a healthier life mentally and physically. Kristine says,” I love to cook. I love to workout and stay fit. I’m also a busy mother and wife with a full-time career. I’ve learned so much over the years and want to share it with other people that have the same challenges that I do”.

To find the recipe to a healthier life, visit http://www.busybuthealthy.com

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Videovolcano (Vidcano) Will Soon Allow Independent Videomakers to Finally Make Some Real Money with Their Videos on the Internet












Aspen, CO (Vocus) October 6, 2010

Here is some very important information about a new Online Video monetization service in which America’s independent Videomakers, Filmmakers and wanna-be Moneymakers should be very interested.

This message comes directly from famous and successful Documentary and Feature Producer Marty Stouffer.

As many know, Marty has created the world’s largest Media Library on the topic of “Wild America” – wildlife, outdoors, nature and more, with complete information on the Website.

Even though he still has Programs airing on regular Television and he still sells DVDs; some time back, seeing the changes coming, Marty wanted to post his own Videos on the Internet and charge a reasonable price for them. This included some John Denver Specials.

Incredibly, he discovered that no such service was available. At least there was nothing with any sort of reasonable price tag attached. Yes, there are encoding and hosting services that are happy to charge substantial prices for the simplest of encoding tasks. But, none are even close to being affordable, simple, or all-inclusive.

So, with his brother Mark Stouffer and partners John Carr and Craig McDonnell, the Team built just such a system. It is finally finished and will launch soon on Sunday, October 10.

It has not been an easy road for independent Videomakers like Marty who want to make money with Videos by placing them on the Internet.

In fact, his has been very difficult, if not impossible, to date. As is commonly known, from a Videomaker perspective, the Internet has been one big freebie nightmare. The outlets make money, but the Publishers do not. When it comes to independent Videomakers, the so-called “Advertising Model” just plain sucks.

To succeed and survive, there needed to be a way for the Independent creative community to start getting a fair share. How else would it be possible to pay bills, much less improve on the craft and be able to afford to make even more creative statements?

At present, millions of Videos get posted and viewed for free. Of course, most of them are not even worth viewing. But some are great and those are the ones that need a better way to make a buck. Some sites do offer a portion of the “Advertising dollars”, but those payments amount to pennies. The Publishers who did all the work end up with virtually nothing.

That needs to change. And, guess what? It has.

Or, at least it will as of the upcoming Vidcano Website (also VideoVolcano) which is set to Launch on this Sunday, October 10th.

Remember the time and date. 10am on 10-10-2010.

On that date, the world of Video is going to change for the better.

VideoVolcano is a brand new, trademarked Application. The MedDelTech Team has been developing this patent-pending concept for a full ten years; even so, as it now comes to fruition, it is absolutely new and unique in the world of the Internet and the monetization of Video Online.

What is VideoVolcano, how does it work and why should Independent Videomakers be getting really excited about it?

Quite simply, nowhere else on the Internet can an individual conveniently upload Videos into literally any popular format – including full HD at 1080p. The process is quick and easy and the Publisher gets to name a price for others to pay to download and view the Videos.

VideoVolcano is all about independent Videomakers making money. These guys and gals are definitely the future of the Internet and the new face of Media in America.

This is not a scam. This is not one of those 127 or so other sites where a person will post Videos and get paid practically nothing, if a payment is made at all. Vidcano is based on the fair and reasonable concept that “Videos worth watching are Videos worth paying for.”

The so-called “Advertising Model” is designed to make money for the big players, not for the actual Videomakers. Its now time for a change. The VideoVolcano model is designed to make money for the little guys and girls.

There is a very modest charge involved for the initial service. No, its not some sort of scam where an individual provides a credit card, then has it free for a little while, but then gets a monthly bill to follow., month after month.

There is a flat fee that happens one time and includes the first six months of storage. On average, as an example, it will cost about .50 cents to upload a 10 minute Video. When a Videomaker compares that pricing to the other encoding services that are available, the searcher will be amazed and pleased.

Then, assuming that a user sets the price at $ 1.00, when someone downloads that Video and pays the $ 1.00, the user will receive 50% of that payment. So, after only two people buy the Video, the user will be making money while asleep.

Does that sound too good to be true? Maybe. But it’s not. It’s real.

This is a new service for Filmmakers and Videomakers that has been created by one of their own who knows exactly what is needed to survive and prosper.

Welcome to the wonderful world of VideoVolcano.

After the encoding and uploading are done, when the time comes for announcing, promoting and helping the Videos go Viral, the Team has already set Vidcano up with a direct interface to Facebook and Twitter.

And, of course, the Videomakers themselves will also do a part to get the word out.

Boom.

After that, it can be assumed that users will want to pass this information along to friends and associates, telling the whole world about the VideoVolcano.

For any specific questions, please contact directly:

Marty Stouffer

Media Delivery Technology LLC

Aspen, Colorado, USA

Telephone 970-925-3033

Cell phone 970-309-7444

marty(at)meddeltech(dot)com

http://www.MedDelTech.com/video.html

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Content is King and Technology is Queen, but Cloud Computing will Soon Own the Keys to the Kingdom of the Internet, When a New Video Social Network Launches This Sunday











Media Delivery Technology company launches VideoVolcano


Aspen, CO (Vocus) October 8, 2010

Independent Videomakers can now use a new service to sell their Videos on the Internet. This is going to change a lot of things in very big ways.

There is a sudden revelation on the Internet that what really matters is not only the content itself, but also the many developing ways in which that content can be accessed quickly and easily in various formats and on various devices.

On the underside, companies like Intel, Broadcom & Marvell are building powerful engines into their media and connectivity chips that support a wide range of technologies. These SOCs (System on a Chip) handle the complex tasks of supporting widget standards, handling WiFi connectivity, decoding streaming video, and tackling the interactive frameworks such as Flash.

And let’s not overlook the fact that Google is pouring free Android OS code into the market as fast as it can absorb it.

On the topside, you have media services being uncoupled from their legacy distribution frameworks. Content is being untethered and allowed to travel freely in the broadband ecosystem in streaming forms or through the use of widgets and openly published standards.

Companies like Netflix and Amazon have shown the industry how to easily leverage these new broadband distribution methodologies. Using well-established widget conventions, TV Apps are emerging with the same fervor reminiscent of the early iPhone days.

By the end of the year, you will be hard-pressed to find a TV (or any connected device for that matter) that doesn’t contain a way to update your Facebook status, bid on that piece of collectible memorabilia, and access a deep well of premium and hyper-syndicated content right from your couch.

Television was always an inefficient delivery mechanism. One would change channels over and over, hoping to find something of interest to them that had been programmed at a certain hour on a certain day. It was hit or miss.

Change is inevitable for this landscape and it is arriving fast. We are moving rapidly into a new age of media distribution. It will be one that values personalized utility and interaction. Brands that can effectively position themselves in this new space today, stand to become the leaders of tomorrow.

But, what about individuals? What about you and me?

How do WE make a dollar in this changing world of Online Video?

Welcome to the VideoVolcano.

Things that, even as recently as one year ago, would have seemed unimaginable, have suddenly become possible. Take, for example, “Cloud computing” and the incredible developments and cost-savings that it has allowed.

Cloud computing is Internet-based computing, whereby shared resources, software, and information are provided to computers and other devices on demand, like the electricity grid. It is a byproduct and consequence of the ease-of-access to remote computing sites provided by the Internet.

Cloud computing is a paradigm shift following the shift from mainframe to client–server in the early 1980s. Details are abstracted from the users, who no longer have need for expertise in, or control over, the technology infrastructure “in the cloud” that supports them.

Cloud computing describes a new supplement, consumption, and delivery model for IT services based on the Internet, and it typically involves over-the-Internet provision of dynamically scalable and often virtualized resources. This frequently takes the form of web-based tools or applications that users can access and use through a web browser as if it were a program installed locally on their own computer.

A key element of cloud computing is customization and the creation of a user-defined experience. Which is all a long-winded way of saying… “Great new way” to get a service that can move Online Video from here to there.

And here it is… VideoVolcano, created by Filmmaker Marty Stouffer.

At present, millions of Videos get posted and viewed for free. Of course, most of them are not even worth viewing. But some are great and those are the ones that need a better way to make a buck. Some sites do offer a portion of the “Advertising dollars”, but those payments amount to pennies. The Publishers who did all the work end up with virtually nothing.

That needs to change. And, guess what? It has.

Or, at least it will as of the upcoming launch of http://www.Vidcano.com (http://www.VideoVolcano.com) on October 10, 2010.

Remember the time and date. 10am on 10-10-10.

On that date, their world is going to change for the better.

VideoVolcano is a brand new, trademarked Application. The MedDelTech Team has been developing this patent-pending concept for a full ten years; even so, as it now comes to fruition, it is absolutely new and unique in the world of the Internet and the monetization of Video Online.

Questions and Answers.

What is VideoVolcano, how does it work and why should Independent Videomakers be getting really excited about it?

Quite simply, nowhere else on the Internet can an individual conveniently upload their Videos into literally any popular format – including full HD at 1080p. The process is quick and easy and the Publisher gets to name their own price for others to pay to download and view their Videos.

VideoVolcano is all about independent Videomakers making money. These guys and gals are definitely the future of the Internet and the new face of Media in America.

This is not a scam. This is not one of those 127 or so other sites where a person will post their Videos and get paid practically nothing, if a payment is made at all. Vidcano is based on the fair and reasonable concept that “Videos worth watching are Videos worth paying for.”

The so-called “Advertising Model” is designed to make money for the big players, not for the actual Videomakers. Its now time for a change. The VideoVolcano model is designed to make money for the little guys and girls.

There is a very modest charge involved for this initial service. No, its not some sort of scam where an individual provides a credit card, then has it free for a little while, but then gets a monthly bill to follow.

There is a low flat fee that happens one time and includes the first six months of storage. On average, as an example, it will cost about .50 cents to upload a 10 minute Video. When a Videomaker compares that pricing to the other encoding services that are available, the searcher will be amazed and pleased.

Then, assuming that a user sets the price at $ 1.00, when someone downloads that Video for that $ 1.00, the user will receive 50% of that payment. So, after only two people buy the Video, the user will be making money while asleep.

Does that sound too good to be true? Maybe. But it’s not. It’s real.

This is a new service for Filmmakers and Videomakers that has been created by one of their own who knows exactly what is needed to survive and prosper.

Welcome to the wonderful world of VideoVolcano.

And then, after the encoding and uploading are done, when the time comes for announcing, promoting and helping the Videos go Viral, the Team has already set Vidcano up with a direct interface to Facebook and Twitter.

And, of course, the Videomakers themselves will also do a part to get the word out.

Boom.

For any specific questions, please contact directly the Inventor of this new service, Marty Stouffer.:

Marty Stouffer

Media Delivery Technology LLC

Aspen, Colorado, USA

Telephone 970-925-3033

Cell phone 970-309-7444

http://www.MedDelTech.com/video.html

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This Week Will Go Down in History as the Launch Date of the Videovolcano Service for Videomakers to Monetize Their Independent Videos on the Internet











VideoVolcano Website now operational


Aspen, CO (Vocus) October 13, 2010

Here is some very important information about this new Online Video monetization service in which America’s independent Videomakers, Filmmakers and wanna-be Moneymakers should be very interested.

This message comes directly from famous and successful Documentary and Feature Producer Marty Stouffer.

As many know, Marty has created the world’s largest Media Library on the topic of “Wild America” – wildlife, outdoors, nature and more, with complete information on the Website.

Even though he still has Programs airing on regular Television and he still sells DVDs; some time back, seeing the changes coming, Marty wanted to post his own Videos on the Internet and charge a reasonable price for them. This included some John Denver Specials.

Incredibly, he discovered that no such service was available. At least there was nothing with any sort of reasonable price tag attached. Yes, there are encoding and hosting services that are happy to charge substantial prices for the simplest of encoding tasks. But, none are even close to being affordable, simple, or all-inclusive.

So, with his brother Mark Stouffer and partners John Carr and Craig McDonnell, the Team built just such a system. It is finally finished and has just recently launched as of this past Sunday, October 10.

It has not been an easy road for independent Videomakers like Marty who want to make money with Videos by placing them on the Internet.

In fact, his has been very difficult, if not impossible, to date. As is commonly known, from a Videomaker perspective, the Internet has been one big freebie nightmare. The outlets make money, but the Publishers do not. When it comes to independent Videomakers, the so-called “Advertising Model” just plain sucks.

To succeed and survive, there needed to be a way for the Independent creative community to start getting a fair share. How else would it be possible to pay bills, much less improve on the craft and be able to afford to make even more creative statements?

At present, millions of Videos get posted and viewed for free. Of course, most of them are not even worth viewing. But some are great and those are the ones that need a better way to make a buck. Some sites do offer a portion of the “Advertising dollars”, but those payments amount to pennies. The Publishers who did all the work end up with virtually nothing.

That needed to change. And, guess what? It just has.

The world of Video has now been changed for the better.

VideoVolcano is a brand new, trademarked Application. The MedDelTech Team has been developing this patent-pending concept for a full ten years; even so, as it now comes to fruition, it is absolutely new and unique in the world of the Internet and the monetization of Video Online.

What is VideoVolcano, how does it work and why should Independent Videomakers be getting really excited about it?

Quite simply, nowhere else on the Internet can an individual conveniently upload Videos into literally any popular format – including full HD at 1080p. The process is quick and easy and the Publisher gets to name a price for others to pay to download and view the Videos.

VideoVolcano is all about independent Videomakers making money. These guys and gals are definitely the future of the Internet and the new face of Media in America.

This is not a scam. This is not one of those 127 or so other sites where a person will post Videos and get paid practically nothing, if a payment is made at all. Vidcano is based on the fair and reasonable concept that “Videos worth watching are Videos worth paying for.”

The so-called “Advertising Model” is designed to make money for the big players, not for the actual Videomakers. Its now time for a change. The VideoVolcano model is designed to make money for the little guys and girls.

There is a very modest charge involved for the initial service. No, its not some sort of scam where an individual provides a credit card, then has it free for a little while, but then gets a monthly bill to follow., month after month.

There is a flat fee that happens one time and includes the first six months of storage. On average, as an example, it will cost about .50 cents to upload a 10 minute Video. When a Videomaker compares that pricing to the other encoding services that are available, the searcher will be amazed and pleased.

Then, assuming that a user sets the price at $ 1.00, when someone downloads that Video and pays the $ 1.00, the user will receive 50% of that payment. So, after only two people buy the Video, the user will be making money while asleep.

Does that sound too good to be true? Maybe. But it’s not. It’s real.

This is a new service for Filmmakers and Videomakers that has been created by one of their own who knows exactly what is needed to survive and prosper.

Welcome to the wonderful world of VideoVolcano.

After the encoding and uploading are done, when the time comes for announcing, promoting and helping the Videos go Viral, the Team has already set Vidcano up with a direct interface to Facebook and Twitter.

And, of course, the Videomakers themselves will also do a part to get the word out.

Boom.

After that, it can be assumed that users will want to pass this information along to friends and associates, telling the whole world about the VideoVolcano.

For any specific questions, please contact directly:

Marty Stouffer

Media Delivery Technology LLC

Aspen, Colorado, USA

Telephone 970-925-3033

Cell phone 970-309-7444

marty(at)meddeltech(dot)com

http://www.MedDelTech.com/video.html

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Archos 70 Internet Tablet & Archos 101 Android Tablet Available to Purchase on 11/18/10











10 inch Android Tablet

Denver, CO (Vocus) November 12, 2010

Archos, one of the first manufacturers to offer Android tablets, is pleased to announce the addition of two new internet tablets to its Android-based product line.

The Archos 101 touch screen tablet is quite a handful of technology. With a large high-resolution 10.1’’ screen and less than half an inch thick, it offers internet access and HD multimedia that is completely customizable with the abundance of Android applications. For consumers who prefer a smaller package and a capacitive touch screen, the company has created the Archos 70, with a 7.0” screen and capabilities similar to the Archos 101 plus an optional 250GB storage capacity. Both touch screen tablets allow users to surf the web in full width just like on a PC, so no more fumbling around on scaled-down web pages with less than full functionality.

Both internet tablets also play all music, video, or photo formats, which can even be played via Wi-fi from a PC, reducing the need for storing them on the tablet itself, even though ample storage is available. The Archos 70 comes with 8GB or 250GB, while the Archos 101 offers 8GB or 16GB. Tethering, using a mobile phone’s internet capabilities, enables users to be connected to the internet from anywhere by simply plugging in a mobile phone equipped with 3.5 G & Bluetooth™ . No Bluetooth? Users can connect via the USB cable.

The Archos Android tablets become real game consoles when players use the device itself as a gamepad. The 3D open GL technology and the accelerometer provide a gaming experience like no other. Other popular features on these touch screen tablets include easy video chatting with friends and family, using the forward facing camera and Bluetooth connectivity, as well as playing out HD videos on a large screen TV with the HDMI out connection.

Archos provides other exclusive applications to amplify the digital experience of its customers. Both internet tablets feature music, video and photo applications, all developed by the company. These apps enrich the user experience with smooth browsing through the album covers and with widgets added to the home screen to give instant access and control to media.

The Archos Android tablets are competitively priced. The Archos 101 sells for just $ 299.99 for 8GB

and 349.99 for 16GB, while the Archos 70 sells for only $ 274.99 and $ 349.99 for 8GB and 250GB, respectively. The Archos 70 (8GB model) is available now through the official Archos store. The Archos 101 will be available the week of 11/8/10.

About ARCHOS: Archos released the first pocket-sized HD-based MP3 player with the Jukebox 6000 in 2000 and since that time has revolutionized consumer electronics devices. It invented the portable media player in 2003 and was the first to bring television recording, wireless and touch screens to portable media players. Established in 1988, ARCHOS has offices in the United States, Europe and Asia. ARCHOS is listed on Euronext Paris, Compartment B, ISIN Code FR0000182479. store.archos.com.

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