March 25, 2007
March 21, 2007
Posted by Jan McLaughlin at 7:29 PM
March 6, 2007
All of the Faux Press' media is hosted by Blip.tv, so it makes me all warm and fuzzy to see Blip.tv mentioned in the WSJ by Walter Mossberg. Blip deserves all the success in the world 'cause Blip 'gets' what indie producers need and deserve.
How did Blip figure it out? They went to the community and asked. And listened. And implemented based on what they learned.
Tags: Vlog Press Kit Vloggercon
February 17, 2007
Andrew from Rocketboom has regularly - and generously - shared tons of information with the videoblogging community about his process of making the daily hit show.
Enclosed with this post is his latest gem: a PDF of survey results created on Andrew's behalf by Rob of Podcast411.
Rocketboom is the first & most successful of videoblogs to rise from the ranks of the early adopters. His first partner - Amanda Congdon - was the first to cross over into the mainstream when she was hired to vlog for ABC News. And while Rocketboom was not the first videoblog to sport paid advertising (HERE's the first ever vlog ad), it was certainly the first to go BIG with advertising, netting
We thought the press corps would be interested.
Tags: Vlog Press Kit Demographics
February 16, 2007
Fingers crossed - X.
FYI, I ran the Delicious tag 'vloggersinthenews' through FeedDigest.
That method is used to dynamically present the Vlog Press Kit news links seen in the sidebar.
Tags: Vlog Press Kit
Many articles on videoblogging tend to miss the aspect of the cohesive strength of our 2500-member community.
This Google calendar - created by Susan Kirkpatrick and managed by contributors Jay Dedman, Roxanne Darling, Devlon Duthie, Paul Knight, and Jan McLaughlin - is only one tool that helps us keep it together.
We tried any number of calendars, including our email list's native calendar through Yahoo!, but to no avail. Google's seems to be sticking.
Why? Because it's open. Folks to manage it are easily added, and anyone may subscribe.
Tags: Vlog Press Kit Vlogosphere