Learn about new TV on NewTeeVee station

Congrats to Om Malik and team for starting a new online video channel: all about other new online video channels. I hope to do enough innovative stuff that I get featured here early and often. All the skinny is on TechMeme.

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87 thoughts on “Learn about new TV on NewTeeVee station

  1. A boring video show about others who are doing boring video and misc. other loser generated content, the circle circled and squared. Geeky navel-gazing at it’s best (which is to say for everyone else, the worst).

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  2. A boring video show about others who are doing boring video and misc. other loser generated content, the circle circled and squared. Geeky navel-gazing at it’s best (which is to say for everyone else, the worst).

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  3. A boring video show about others who are doing boring video and misc. other loser generated content, the circle circled and squared. Geeky navel-gazing at it’s best (which is to say for everyone else, the worst).

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  4. A boring video show about others who are doing boring video and misc. other loser generated content, the circle circled and squared. Geeky navel-gazing at it’s best (which is to say for everyone else, the worst).

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  5. A boring video show about others who are doing boring video and misc. other loser generated content, the circle circled and squared. Geeky navel-gazing at it’s best (which is to say for everyone else, the worst).

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  6. A boring video show about others who are doing boring video and misc. other loser generated content, the circle circled and squared. Geeky navel-gazing at it’s best (which is to say for everyone else, the worst).

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  7. A boring video show about others who are doing boring video and misc. other loser generated content, the circle circled and squared. Geeky navel-gazing at it’s best (which is to say for everyone else, the worst).

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  8. A boring video show about others who are doing boring video and misc. other loser generated content, the circle circled and squared. Geeky navel-gazing at it’s best (which is to say for everyone else, the worst).

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  9. A boring video show about others who are doing boring video and misc. other loser generated content, the circle circled and squared. Geeky navel-gazing at it’s best (which is to say for everyone else, the worst).

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  10. A boring video show about others who are doing boring video and misc. other loser generated content, the circle circled and squared. Geeky navel-gazing at it’s best (which is to say for everyone else, the worst).

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  11. A boring video show about others who are doing boring video and misc. other loser generated content, the circle circled and squared. Geeky navel-gazing at it’s best (which is to say for everyone else, the worst).

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  12. Hi Christopher, It’s actually not a video show, it’s a video reviews site. Check it out — maybe you will find some losers you like.

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  13. Hi Christopher, It’s actually not a video show, it’s a video reviews site. Check it out — maybe you will find some losers you like.

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  14. Hi Christopher, It’s actually not a video show, it’s a video reviews site. Check it out — maybe you will find some losers you like.

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  15. Hi Christopher, It’s actually not a video show, it’s a video reviews site. Check it out — maybe you will find some losers you like.

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  16. Hi Christopher, It’s actually not a video show, it’s a video reviews site. Check it out — maybe you will find some losers you like.

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  17. Hi Christopher, It’s actually not a video show, it’s a video reviews site. Check it out — maybe you will find some losers you like.

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  18. Hi Christopher, It’s actually not a video show, it’s a video reviews site. Check it out — maybe you will find some losers you like.

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  19. Hi Christopher, It’s actually not a video show, it’s a video reviews site. Check it out — maybe you will find some losers you like.

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  20. Hi Christopher, It’s actually not a video show, it’s a video reviews site. Check it out — maybe you will find some losers you like.

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  21. Hi Christopher, It’s actually not a video show, it’s a video reviews site. Check it out — maybe you will find some losers you like.

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  22. Hi Christopher, It’s actually not a video show, it’s a video reviews site. Check it out — maybe you will find some losers you like.

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  23. When people at Microsft, Samsung, Google or Sony use the term NewTV , it means technology (HDTV, VOD, DVR smart home) all joining to create the NewTV model. It can also mean original, high quality content (films, fames and other high quality productions) in addition to the technology.

    So, very few of us in the industry think of NewTV as “loser generated content”.

    I have to agree with Christopher Coulter, that much that is out ther is in fact, loser generated. There is little value to the garbage on YouTube.

    As the CE and entertainment companies start introducing their NewTV products and services in 2009 and 2010, you will start to see what I mean.

    Don’t confuse YouTube or NewTeeVee with NewTV. NewTV is the best stuff at you will see at CES for example.

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  24. When people at Microsft, Samsung, Google or Sony use the term NewTV , it means technology (HDTV, VOD, DVR smart home) all joining to create the NewTV model. It can also mean original, high quality content (films, fames and other high quality productions) in addition to the technology.

    So, very few of us in the industry think of NewTV as “loser generated content”.

    I have to agree with Christopher Coulter, that much that is out ther is in fact, loser generated. There is little value to the garbage on YouTube.

    As the CE and entertainment companies start introducing their NewTV products and services in 2009 and 2010, you will start to see what I mean.

    Don’t confuse YouTube or NewTeeVee with NewTV. NewTV is the best stuff at you will see at CES for example.

    Like

  25. When people at Microsft, Samsung, Google or Sony use the term NewTV , it means technology (HDTV, VOD, DVR smart home) all joining to create the NewTV model. It can also mean original, high quality content (films, fames and other high quality productions) in addition to the technology.

    So, very few of us in the industry think of NewTV as “loser generated content”.

    I have to agree with Christopher Coulter, that much that is out ther is in fact, loser generated. There is little value to the garbage on YouTube.

    As the CE and entertainment companies start introducing their NewTV products and services in 2009 and 2010, you will start to see what I mean.

    Don’t confuse YouTube or NewTeeVee with NewTV. NewTV is the best stuff at you will see at CES for example.

    Like

  26. When people at Microsft, Samsung, Google or Sony use the term NewTV , it means technology (HDTV, VOD, DVR smart home) all joining to create the NewTV model. It can also mean original, high quality content (films, fames and other high quality productions) in addition to the technology.

    So, very few of us in the industry think of NewTV as “loser generated content”.

    I have to agree with Christopher Coulter, that much that is out ther is in fact, loser generated. There is little value to the garbage on YouTube.

    As the CE and entertainment companies start introducing their NewTV products and services in 2009 and 2010, you will start to see what I mean.

    Don’t confuse YouTube or NewTeeVee with NewTV. NewTV is the best stuff at you will see at CES for example.

    Like

  27. When people at Microsft, Samsung, Google or Sony use the term NewTV , it means technology (HDTV, VOD, DVR smart home) all joining to create the NewTV model. It can also mean original, high quality content (films, fames and other high quality productions) in addition to the technology.

    So, very few of us in the industry think of NewTV as “loser generated content”.

    I have to agree with Christopher Coulter, that much that is out ther is in fact, loser generated. There is little value to the garbage on YouTube.

    As the CE and entertainment companies start introducing their NewTV products and services in 2009 and 2010, you will start to see what I mean.

    Don’t confuse YouTube or NewTeeVee with NewTV. NewTV is the best stuff at you will see at CES for example.

    Like

  28. When people at Microsft, Samsung, Google or Sony use the term NewTV , it means technology (HDTV, VOD, DVR smart home) all joining to create the NewTV model. It can also mean original, high quality content (films, fames and other high quality productions) in addition to the technology.

    So, very few of us in the industry think of NewTV as “loser generated content”.

    I have to agree with Christopher Coulter, that much that is out ther is in fact, loser generated. There is little value to the garbage on YouTube.

    As the CE and entertainment companies start introducing their NewTV products and services in 2009 and 2010, you will start to see what I mean.

    Don’t confuse YouTube or NewTeeVee with NewTV. NewTV is the best stuff at you will see at CES for example.

    Like

  29. When people at Microsft, Samsung, Google or Sony use the term NewTV , it means technology (HDTV, VOD, DVR smart home) all joining to create the NewTV model. It can also mean original, high quality content (films, fames and other high quality productions) in addition to the technology.

    So, very few of us in the industry think of NewTV as “loser generated content”.

    I have to agree with Christopher Coulter, that much that is out ther is in fact, loser generated. There is little value to the garbage on YouTube.

    As the CE and entertainment companies start introducing their NewTV products and services in 2009 and 2010, you will start to see what I mean.

    Don’t confuse YouTube or NewTeeVee with NewTV. NewTV is the best stuff at you will see at CES for example.

    Like

  30. When people at Microsft, Samsung, Google or Sony use the term NewTV , it means technology (HDTV, VOD, DVR smart home) all joining to create the NewTV model. It can also mean original, high quality content (films, fames and other high quality productions) in addition to the technology.

    So, very few of us in the industry think of NewTV as “loser generated content”.

    I have to agree with Christopher Coulter, that much that is out ther is in fact, loser generated. There is little value to the garbage on YouTube.

    As the CE and entertainment companies start introducing their NewTV products and services in 2009 and 2010, you will start to see what I mean.

    Don’t confuse YouTube or NewTeeVee with NewTV. NewTV is the best stuff at you will see at CES for example.

    Like

  31. When people at Microsft, Samsung, Google or Sony use the term NewTV , it means technology (HDTV, VOD, DVR smart home) all joining to create the NewTV model. It can also mean original, high quality content (films, fames and other high quality productions) in addition to the technology.

    So, very few of us in the industry think of NewTV as “loser generated content”.

    I have to agree with Christopher Coulter, that much that is out ther is in fact, loser generated. There is little value to the garbage on YouTube.

    As the CE and entertainment companies start introducing their NewTV products and services in 2009 and 2010, you will start to see what I mean.

    Don’t confuse YouTube or NewTeeVee with NewTV. NewTV is the best stuff at you will see at CES for example.

    Like

  32. When people at Microsft, Samsung, Google or Sony use the term NewTV , it means technology (HDTV, VOD, DVR smart home) all joining to create the NewTV model. It can also mean original, high quality content (films, fames and other high quality productions) in addition to the technology.

    So, very few of us in the industry think of NewTV as “loser generated content”.

    I have to agree with Christopher Coulter, that much that is out ther is in fact, loser generated. There is little value to the garbage on YouTube.

    As the CE and entertainment companies start introducing their NewTV products and services in 2009 and 2010, you will start to see what I mean.

    Don’t confuse YouTube or NewTeeVee with NewTV. NewTV is the best stuff at you will see at CES for example.

    Like

  33. When people at Microsft, Samsung, Google or Sony use the term NewTV , it means technology (HDTV, VOD, DVR smart home) all joining to create the NewTV model. It can also mean original, high quality content (films, fames and other high quality productions) in addition to the technology.

    So, very few of us in the industry think of NewTV as “loser generated content”.

    I have to agree with Christopher Coulter, that much that is out ther is in fact, loser generated. There is little value to the garbage on YouTube.

    As the CE and entertainment companies start introducing their NewTV products and services in 2009 and 2010, you will start to see what I mean.

    Don’t confuse YouTube or NewTeeVee with NewTV. NewTV is the best stuff at you will see at CES for example.

    Like

  34. And don’t confuse NewTV, the technology, with NewTV, the cable access station for the City of Newton, MA. They offer some pretty good shows as well. I’ve wondered why online video creators don’t take over the many access centers across the country who are funded by agreements between cities and local cable stations. They have a lot of resources– studio space, cameras, and able-bodied volunteers willing to learn about new technology. The cable access revolution started in the 70s when companies first laid cable in public streets and a group of activists convinced cities to require channels for anyone to express their views on TV (see http://www.geocities.com/iconostar/history-public-access-TV.html for a great writeup on the history). It seems like the same thing is happening now with net neutrality. Unfortunately, it is one thing to see the commonalities between the two revolutions (video-based technology, free exchange of ideas, anyone can produce media), and another to get them to work together politically. Node101.org, a group of people who teach others how to videoblog, seems to come pretty close.

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  35. And don’t confuse NewTV, the technology, with NewTV, the cable access station for the City of Newton, MA. They offer some pretty good shows as well. I’ve wondered why online video creators don’t take over the many access centers across the country who are funded by agreements between cities and local cable stations. They have a lot of resources– studio space, cameras, and able-bodied volunteers willing to learn about new technology. The cable access revolution started in the 70s when companies first laid cable in public streets and a group of activists convinced cities to require channels for anyone to express their views on TV (see http://www.geocities.com/iconostar/history-public-access-TV.html for a great writeup on the history). It seems like the same thing is happening now with net neutrality. Unfortunately, it is one thing to see the commonalities between the two revolutions (video-based technology, free exchange of ideas, anyone can produce media), and another to get them to work together politically. Node101.org, a group of people who teach others how to videoblog, seems to come pretty close.

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  36. And don’t confuse NewTV, the technology, with NewTV, the cable access station for the City of Newton, MA. They offer some pretty good shows as well. I’ve wondered why online video creators don’t take over the many access centers across the country who are funded by agreements between cities and local cable stations. They have a lot of resources– studio space, cameras, and able-bodied volunteers willing to learn about new technology. The cable access revolution started in the 70s when companies first laid cable in public streets and a group of activists convinced cities to require channels for anyone to express their views on TV (see http://www.geocities.com/iconostar/history-public-access-TV.html for a great writeup on the history). It seems like the same thing is happening now with net neutrality. Unfortunately, it is one thing to see the commonalities between the two revolutions (video-based technology, free exchange of ideas, anyone can produce media), and another to get them to work together politically. Node101.org, a group of people who teach others how to videoblog, seems to come pretty close.

    Like

  37. And don’t confuse NewTV, the technology, with NewTV, the cable access station for the City of Newton, MA. They offer some pretty good shows as well. I’ve wondered why online video creators don’t take over the many access centers across the country who are funded by agreements between cities and local cable stations. They have a lot of resources– studio space, cameras, and able-bodied volunteers willing to learn about new technology. The cable access revolution started in the 70s when companies first laid cable in public streets and a group of activists convinced cities to require channels for anyone to express their views on TV (see http://www.geocities.com/iconostar/history-public-access-TV.html for a great writeup on the history). It seems like the same thing is happening now with net neutrality. Unfortunately, it is one thing to see the commonalities between the two revolutions (video-based technology, free exchange of ideas, anyone can produce media), and another to get them to work together politically. Node101.org, a group of people who teach others how to videoblog, seems to come pretty close.

    Like

  38. And don’t confuse NewTV, the technology, with NewTV, the cable access station for the City of Newton, MA. They offer some pretty good shows as well. I’ve wondered why online video creators don’t take over the many access centers across the country who are funded by agreements between cities and local cable stations. They have a lot of resources– studio space, cameras, and able-bodied volunteers willing to learn about new technology. The cable access revolution started in the 70s when companies first laid cable in public streets and a group of activists convinced cities to require channels for anyone to express their views on TV (see http://www.geocities.com/iconostar/history-public-access-TV.html for a great writeup on the history). It seems like the same thing is happening now with net neutrality. Unfortunately, it is one thing to see the commonalities between the two revolutions (video-based technology, free exchange of ideas, anyone can produce media), and another to get them to work together politically. Node101.org, a group of people who teach others how to videoblog, seems to come pretty close.

    Like

  39. And don’t confuse NewTV, the technology, with NewTV, the cable access station for the City of Newton, MA. They offer some pretty good shows as well. I’ve wondered why online video creators don’t take over the many access centers across the country who are funded by agreements between cities and local cable stations. They have a lot of resources– studio space, cameras, and able-bodied volunteers willing to learn about new technology. The cable access revolution started in the 70s when companies first laid cable in public streets and a group of activists convinced cities to require channels for anyone to express their views on TV (see http://www.geocities.com/iconostar/history-public-access-TV.html for a great writeup on the history). It seems like the same thing is happening now with net neutrality. Unfortunately, it is one thing to see the commonalities between the two revolutions (video-based technology, free exchange of ideas, anyone can produce media), and another to get them to work together politically. Node101.org, a group of people who teach others how to videoblog, seems to come pretty close.

    Like

  40. And don’t confuse NewTV, the technology, with NewTV, the cable access station for the City of Newton, MA. They offer some pretty good shows as well. I’ve wondered why online video creators don’t take over the many access centers across the country who are funded by agreements between cities and local cable stations. They have a lot of resources– studio space, cameras, and able-bodied volunteers willing to learn about new technology. The cable access revolution started in the 70s when companies first laid cable in public streets and a group of activists convinced cities to require channels for anyone to express their views on TV (see http://www.geocities.com/iconostar/history-public-access-TV.html for a great writeup on the history). It seems like the same thing is happening now with net neutrality. Unfortunately, it is one thing to see the commonalities between the two revolutions (video-based technology, free exchange of ideas, anyone can produce media), and another to get them to work together politically. Node101.org, a group of people who teach others how to videoblog, seems to come pretty close.

    Like

  41. And don’t confuse NewTV, the technology, with NewTV, the cable access station for the City of Newton, MA. They offer some pretty good shows as well. I’ve wondered why online video creators don’t take over the many access centers across the country who are funded by agreements between cities and local cable stations. They have a lot of resources– studio space, cameras, and able-bodied volunteers willing to learn about new technology. The cable access revolution started in the 70s when companies first laid cable in public streets and a group of activists convinced cities to require channels for anyone to express their views on TV (see http://www.geocities.com/iconostar/history-public-access-TV.html for a great writeup on the history). It seems like the same thing is happening now with net neutrality. Unfortunately, it is one thing to see the commonalities between the two revolutions (video-based technology, free exchange of ideas, anyone can produce media), and another to get them to work together politically. Node101.org, a group of people who teach others how to videoblog, seems to come pretty close.

    Like

  42. And don’t confuse NewTV, the technology, with NewTV, the cable access station for the City of Newton, MA. They offer some pretty good shows as well. I’ve wondered why online video creators don’t take over the many access centers across the country who are funded by agreements between cities and local cable stations. They have a lot of resources– studio space, cameras, and able-bodied volunteers willing to learn about new technology. The cable access revolution started in the 70s when companies first laid cable in public streets and a group of activists convinced cities to require channels for anyone to express their views on TV (see http://www.geocities.com/iconostar/history-public-access-TV.html for a great writeup on the history). It seems like the same thing is happening now with net neutrality. Unfortunately, it is one thing to see the commonalities between the two revolutions (video-based technology, free exchange of ideas, anyone can produce media), and another to get them to work together politically. Node101.org, a group of people who teach others how to videoblog, seems to come pretty close.

    Like

  43. And don’t confuse NewTV, the technology, with NewTV, the cable access station for the City of Newton, MA. They offer some pretty good shows as well. I’ve wondered why online video creators don’t take over the many access centers across the country who are funded by agreements between cities and local cable stations. They have a lot of resources– studio space, cameras, and able-bodied volunteers willing to learn about new technology. The cable access revolution started in the 70s when companies first laid cable in public streets and a group of activists convinced cities to require channels for anyone to express their views on TV (see http://www.geocities.com/iconostar/history-public-access-TV.html for a great writeup on the history). It seems like the same thing is happening now with net neutrality. Unfortunately, it is one thing to see the commonalities between the two revolutions (video-based technology, free exchange of ideas, anyone can produce media), and another to get them to work together politically. Node101.org, a group of people who teach others how to videoblog, seems to come pretty close.

    Like

  44. And don’t confuse NewTV, the technology, with NewTV, the cable access station for the City of Newton, MA. They offer some pretty good shows as well. I’ve wondered why online video creators don’t take over the many access centers across the country who are funded by agreements between cities and local cable stations. They have a lot of resources– studio space, cameras, and able-bodied volunteers willing to learn about new technology. The cable access revolution started in the 70s when companies first laid cable in public streets and a group of activists convinced cities to require channels for anyone to express their views on TV (see http://www.geocities.com/iconostar/history-public-access-TV.html for a great writeup on the history). It seems like the same thing is happening now with net neutrality. Unfortunately, it is one thing to see the commonalities between the two revolutions (video-based technology, free exchange of ideas, anyone can produce media), and another to get them to work together politically. Node101.org, a group of people who teach others how to videoblog, seems to come pretty close.

    Like

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