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- WizzardX Expands from Podcast to Television with International …
- CNET News Daily Podcast: Getting Windows 7 to use less power
- enVista Launches Entertaining Supply Chain Podcast Series Aimed at …
- Podcast: New Rev f SUSE Linux First To fficially Support .NET …
- Podcast: “Sexting” could lead to teen prosecutions
WizzardX Expands from Podcast to Television with International …
WizzardX TV was produced by Skip Fredricks the Emmy-nominated senior VP of content creation and syndication for Wizzard Media. “WizzardX TV was produced from the ground up initially in one-minute blocks of stand-alone programming for mobile phones” said Fredricks. “These blocks can be combined into bigger three minute blocks for podcasting while those in turn will be reversioned to create twenty-six half-hour TV shows. WizzardX TV currently has a devoted Internet audience around the world and will help Lightworks further broaden its reach among traditional television and web audiences. Both TV and web distribution will be acting in tandem to expand viewership. “We are thrilled to announce that Wizzard Media has entrusted our company with the distribution of WizzardX TV worldwide” said John Cuddihy President and Managing Director of Lightworks Program Distribution. “As this generation is watching more and more content it is imperative that we offer programs that can be viewed on traditional and new platforms offering audiences optimal viewing convenience.
CNET News Daily Podcast: Getting Windows 7 to use less power
CNET News intern Erik Palm had a chance to sit down with Robert Bernard the company’s chief environmental strategist to talk about what changes users can expect to see. Also in this podcast: Three ISPs join the RIAA in its fight to squelch illegal file sharing; Facebook responds to users’ redesign complaints with a few upcoming changes; and TiVo owners can now use Blockbuster nDemand.
enVista Launches Entertaining Supply Chain Podcast Series Aimed at …
‘racle Speaks’ focuses on solving true-to-life supply chain challenges through the fictitious eyes of Supply Chain Director Isaac Edwards who seeks out and puts into practice the sage advice of his mentor the racle and other leading industry experts. Each 15- to 20-minute podcast closely examines a current supply chain challenge in a way that is easily understood by supply chain novices and professionals alike. The racle is played by enVista President and CE Jim Barnes. The professionally recorded series also regularly features guest experts to provide additional perspective. Says Barnes “We wanted to break down complex supply chain topics in a way that is easily understood by a wide audience yet delve deep enough into each issue to offer real insight to professionals in the industry. enVista is pleased to offer this first supply chain podcast series of its kind for outreach and education.
Podcast: New Rev f SUSE Linux First To fficially Support .NET …
But given how IT shops are starting to pinch pennies by moving to the cloud must Novell change course?. NET_And_Silverlight.
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Podcast: “Sexting” could lead to teen prosecutions
Some consider it a new type of flirting but if the picture involves a minor it could be a state or federal offense even if the young person is the one taking and sending the picture. In many circumstances such pictures are considered to be child pornography according to Catholic University Law Professor Mary Leary.