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Tuesday, November 11, 2008

On Line Radio and TV with Debbie Ducic of Gutzy Women

On Line Radio and TV with Debbie Ducic of Gutzy Women
Recorded Live on the Techno Granny Show 11-3-08
This show can be listened to at above link or:

1. Mogulus

1. Mogulus:
Mogulus is totally free. In order to make this service free for their broadcasters, Mogulus inserts one 10 to 15 second commercial advertisement every 8 minutes on each channel, Unless you upgrade to their paid service.
Your channel is free for everyone to see on Mogulus, or embedded elsewhere on the Internet, your website, your blog, facebook...etc. As part of the Mogulus platform comes the Flash based, embeddable Mogulus Video Player, which integrates Linear TV, Live and On-Demand broadcast into a single user experience. The player also features a fully integrated chat for audience interaction.
There is no software to install, no special hardware required, and Mogulus works on Mac or Windows.
All you need is the Mogulus studio, a web cam, and a broadband connection.
You can blend your webcam, video clips from YouTube, and your own original content into your own unique TV program - and you call all the shots. When you're not broadcasting live, turn on the auto-pilot and let it drive your playlist.
Mogulus gives you some broadcast graphics including ticker, bumper, lower third name, and logo bug. Additionally, you can customize these graphics using your own logos and colours.

Monthly Traffic
* More than 85,000 signed up producers
* More than 120,000 channels launched
* More than 5.8 million unique viewers each month * (including embedded players)
* More than 400 million unique viewer minutes watched each month
2. Oovoo:
from video calls with up to six people at once to video messaging to chat and file transfer capabilities.

Video call recording allows users to capture their video chats with other ooVoo users and share the file with friends via email, ooVoo file transfer, or by uploading to any of the social sharing sites that incorporate video including YouTube, Myspace and Facebook.
You are able to make calls to landline or mobile phones within U.S. and Canada, a great feature for calls where one participant is unable to be near a computer with a broadband connection. In addition, ooVoo users are able to host 12 person calls – six on video (ooVoo users on Mac or PC) and six by phone for audio only participation.
3. Seesmic: Seesmic is very much like Twitter only instead of text, you send and watch videos. Very short, have followers and posts show up on a timeline.
So as you can see, it's not only online TV, but video in general is becoming even easier than good old text. The only problem must have a fairly new computer with updated capabilities and a decent bandwidth from their internet service provider.

Debbie Ducic

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