Tag Archives: Youtube

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Y-not? Embedding YouTube

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I'm intrigued as to why some record labels still don't allow embedding of their music videos on Youtube. Surely Youtube is a KEY viral marketing tool, which means your artist's music is spread around the net and promotes the album? MP3's yes - restrict those all you want if you believe it will impact on album sales (a whole other debate that I won't go into now), but videos? Unfortunately you restricting embedding won't stop the videos being shared, all you'll get is people making their Read more [...]

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MA Online Journalism: Multimedia Journalism Breadth Portfolio

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As part of my MA Online Journalism studies I recently produced a series of projects in Multimedia Journalism (which appear on this site). Here is the Critical Analysis for those projects. Read more [...]

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iPhone Apps: search

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After jumping into the iPhone apps world with both feet, I thought I'd run through my favourites. Watch our for more posts in this series. SEARCH/RESEARCH Google (free) (Itunes link) Image via CrunchBase I am a big fan of the Google app. Not only can you search by typing, but there is an incredibly clever and effective Voice Search tool, which has never let me down. Tell it what you want to find, and it will do it (useful if you are browsing on the move and can't quite get those words Read more [...]

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Audio slideshow – music news bulletin

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It was only a matter of time before I harked back to my old job of knocking out music news bulletins for the rock loving masses! Instead of a straight bulletin read though, I decided to turn a standard bulletin (recorded into my laptop with a clip on mic and with Audacity) into an audio slideshow. The Process Write the Bulletin Check the main music news websites (including NME.com, Kerrang.com and Gigwise) as well as the press releases I have received, for the top stories of the day. write Read more [...]

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