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Rain or Shine, The University of Portland's Multimedia Team Gets the Shot with Blackmagic Design
Rain or Shine, The University of Portland's Multimedia Team Gets the Shot with Blackmagic Design
Building a brand is important for any business regardless of the industry, and advertising and marketing campaigns are some of the main ways to do so. In addition to traditional methods, such as print ads and television commercials, today it's essential to leverage social media, especially when your target audience is one of the biggest consumers of the medium. The University of Portland was quick to realize this, and created its own in house multimedia team, in conjunction with its marketing department, which handles all television commercial, online video and social media marketing campaigns. Headed by photojournalist and videographer Jeff Kennel, what makes this team unique is that it produces high quality work just as good as many professional agencies and production companies, but at a fraction of the cost and twice the speed. Read More

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Morgan Spurlock On How He Supersized Himself On TV
Morgan Spurlock On How He Supersized Himself On TV
Ten years after the documentary Supersize Me made his reputation one regurgitated McDonalds French fry at a time, Morgan Spurlock is enjoying another upswing. But while film remains a stomping ground, his calling card at the moment is television. CNN reinforced its relationship with Spurlock and his production company Warrior Poets this week, featuring him in its splashy upfront presentation to advertisers in New York. Read More
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HTC One (M8) UltraPixel Camera Gets Mixed Reviews
HTC One (M8) UltraPixel Camera Gets Mixed Reviews
HTCs new flagship smartphone is the best Android phone the world has ever seen. The HTC One (M8)’s design is sleek and elegant, the build is fantastic and the software includes a number of great new features. The camera, however, is a mixed bag. HTCs new Duo Camera technology includes a second lens that collects depth information and facilitates some pretty awesome effects, but the quality of photos and videos captured by HTCs UltraPixel camera to be lacking. Read More
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CNNx App Lets You Watch Only The News You Care About
CNNx App Lets You Watch Only The News You Care About
CNN is making the jump to the next generation of mobile news with the new CNNx application. Initially available as an iPad app, its intended for other set-top boxes and CNN.com in the future, and lets viewers skip through any story segments that have aired in the last 24 hours. There's more than just live and on-demand video, though. The app still includes related articles, pictures and social media with just the tap of the finger. Read More
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Content Insider #331 - Power of Choice
Content Insider #331 - Power of Choice
NAB was even more lively this year because so many people were scrambling. Cable folks were bristling that they're still the gateway to the home TV. Rusting big iron producers in the Central Hall were saying how important they were. South Hall was totally busy with people who understood the industry is rapidly changing to OTT/IPTV and it was already 4K ready. Everyone wanted to control the consumer but he/she saw the fiber pipe to the home as a way out of paying for 100s of channels they never or hardly ever watched. More importantly people wanted their content on their terms at their times. Freedom of choice is something we all want...right? Read More
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Nikon $349 Coolpix S810c Runs Android OS
Nikon $349 Coolpix S810c Runs Android OS
With the announcement of its first Android-equipped digital camera, Nikon is taking on Samsung. The Coolpix S810c is an Android-powered shooter that puts apps like Instagram in your camera for sharing and editing. It's like having a smartphone built into your camera. Beginning in early May, you can get the Coolpix S810c in black or white for $349 dollars. Read More
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Finland Honors Stuart Parkin For Enabling Cloud Revolution
Finland Honors Stuart Parkin For Enabling Cloud Revolution
Professor Stuart Parkin will receive the 2014 Millennium Technology Prize. He gets the gong because of his research into data storage, making it faster and cheaper to store huge amounts on spinning disk drives. On the one hand, this was a massive contribution to cloud computing, so he deserves recognition. On the other hand, how does the Finnish taxpayer feel about co-funding a 1 million euro award? Read More
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Samsung Reportedly Sues Newspaper Over Negative Galaxy S5 Press
Samsung Reportedly Sues Newspaper Over Negative Galaxy S5 Press
Careful what you say about Samsungs latest smartphone — the wrong thing could apparently cost you a fortune. Korean-language MediaToday is reporting that Samsung has filed $285,000 lawsuit against South Korean newspaper Electronic Times over negative Galaxy S5 press that Samsung feels could pose a huge problem for its business. Read More
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Uber Experiments With A Courier Service In New York City
Uber Experiments With A Courier Service In New York City
On-demand ride service Uber has already shown that it can get users wherever they need to go, with just a tap on their smartphone. Starting tomorrow, it will begin testing out a new courier service in New York City. In that way, UberRUSH is more like a traditional courier service, used for transporting same-day deliveries around the city. Read More
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Heres When Samsung First Realized The IPhone Would Crush Rivals
Heres When Samsung First Realized The IPhone Would Crush Rivals
New evidence presented in the second Apple vs Samsung patent lawsuit reveals that Samsung realized early on that the iPhone would pose a significant threat to handset makers, identifying Apple as the company to beat in the years to come. In an internal presentation from July 2008, Samsung acknowledged that the iPhone 3G was “redefining the U.S. market dynamics – Apples second-gen iPhone only became available on July 11 that year. Read More
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'Thrones' Premiere Crashes HBO GO
'Thrones' Premiere Crashes HBO GO
"Game of Thrones" returned on Sunday night, but for fans using HBO's streaming service, HBO GO, it was more like a Game of Moans. The HBO GO system crashed, leaving viewers watching on laptops, tablets and mobile devices out of luck. HBO responded to the problem via Twitter, letting fans know that the site was experiencing problems and apologized for the inconvenience. HBO then suggested that viewers having trouble with HBO GO watch the show via their cable providers. Luckily, we here at Yahoo were prepare Read More

NABShow 2014: International
One of the things that makes NABShow so great is the ability to come together with 1,000s of friends at a time in a single spot! Sure, it'd beRead More
 
NAB 2014 NABShow is PEOPLE
People have argued about the necessity of big trade shows.  Why travel from halfway around the world to see a presentation that might be availablRead More
 
NAB 2014: Plugin Pavilion
At NABShow, there are many exhibitors who return year after year, providing broadcasters with the latest news from their company.  And, year after Read More
 
MODBOOK. macbook+wacom
Modbook is back. But is it more than it's previous incarnation? I reviewed the original modbook a few years ago.  It was a new concept then, and Read More
 
 

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