Re: [videoblogging] INdTV

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I don't know if it's fair to judge them strictly on content yet. Yes,
their stuff is really gimmicky at this point, and I hope that will
change once they get their footing. It will partly depend on the
talent they recruit and how much control/constraints they exert on the
content that those people produce. Regardless, I think there is room
in this medium for all sorts — independent and corporate.

At this point, I'm more interested in the implementation. Are they
doing something that makes videoblogging more accessible for media
creators/consumers? Whether its in terms of tools for publishing,
sharing, archiving, syndicating, searching, etc.. How does it foster
this emerging community?


On Wednesday, September 29, 2004, at 01:27AM, Shannon Noble <sn@…> wrote:

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Joshua Kinberg
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<FONT FACE="Verdana">On 9/28/04 10:18 PM, "M. Sean Gilligan" <seanlist@…> wrote:<BR>
</FONT><FONT FACE="New York"><TT>Shannon, you're too old to be a "young person", right?  <BR>
</TT></FONT></BLOCKQUOTE><FONT FACE="New York"><TT>I’m going to tell them I’m a 17 year old female. Then I’m going to tell them “I see dead people”.<BR>
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