Tagged: TV

TBD Broadcasts Internet Based Video Content to Over the Air TV Channels

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSIf there was a channel on air that brings YouTube and other Internet creators forward, would you watch it? TBD believes you will. I sit down with Kyle Hill to talk about TBD, which markets it’s available in, and how you can watch it online. TBD is at VidCon! Come to our booth in the industry lounge and hang out. We have stuff to give you! #TBD #WhatsNext #VidCon2017 pic.twitter.com/3IMpZrJOLT — TBD (@TBD) June 23, 2017 Check out TBD.Com to watch the channel live, or check out the many great shows, such as TableTop, FailArmy, Emma Approved, and more.

Blackmagic ATEM TV Studio, Web Presenter, TV Studio Pro HD

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSBlackmagic Design released some great new products at NAB for web producers. They also released an all-in-one switcher that allows you to set it down, attach cameras,and start recording or streaming. More important, Blackmagic re-designed their TV studio hardware to be more compact and keep the same functions. ATEM Television Studio HD The ATEM Television Studio HD is a 4 HDMI, 4 SDI input device that allows you to connect cameras, video from computers, and more. An added audio mixer allows this to be an all-in-one device. Output options to a monitor, or device to send to the web. This Live Production switcher also can be controlled right from the hardware device, rather than through software or separate console joystick. The camera switches light up green for production video, and red for standby video. Blackmagic Web Presenter Building on the Intensity series, the...

How to Get HBO, Showtime, or Starz Without a Cable Contract

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSIt’s a new age for watching TV. Netflix, Amazon and Hulu have been growing while premium TV channels like HBO, Showtime, and Starz sat behind cable contracts. Last year the premium channels started to break free and offered TV and movie content without the cable subscription. You can watch on your Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Apple TV, XBox One, PC, Mac, and other devices, ultimately saving you more and possibly cutting your cable. Let’s look at some ways you can get these services. **Note: prices and offers can change at any time.** HBO Now through the App In order to subscribe, you need a provider. Companies like Roku, Apple, Google Play, XBox Store and Amazon can act as the provider over your cable company. Once you get the HBO Now app, simply choose which method you want to subscribe. Fill out...

Instagram, TV Cancellations, Assassin’s Creed

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSSpecial Note: Not sure what happened, but the Facebook LIVE audio lost sync with the video at the beginning. I have posted the problem with Facebook. Not sure it will get resolved. This week: Lots of TV Cancellations, we go over the Geek ones. Morning Geeks! Ep 5 Show Notes – Instagram’s new Look – A $20K bong? – Goodbye William Schallert – Oxygen on Mars – Voltron to Netflix – Andre the Giant Movie Coming – Black Widow Movie Coming – Assasin’s Creed Trailer – MegaBots are Coming! – Hyperloop test – Make Money Watching Porn

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LG: Pentouch Touchscreen on PC and TV – CES 2012

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSLG has entered the touchscreen realm with their new LG Pentouch technology. The concept is to connect to your TV and computer. Pentouch is a box that connects to PC and the TV. Working with Wi-Fi, it communicates back and forth so what you touch will be relayed to the TV. It can turn the TV into a markup board, but it also can make for some interactive TV. Of course, if you have apps on your TV, you would be able to control them better. But editing documents, running Powerpoint presentations and more are a great advantage. LG on Amazon Pentouch technology is expected in early spring. No price points yet. Interview by Todd Cochrane of Geek News Central for the TechPodcast Network. [cessponsor]

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Biscotti TV Phone: Google Video Chat – CES 2012

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSIf you want a video phone that incorporates your TV, then turn to Biscotti. The high definition camera and microphone can help you send and receive calls with clear pictures and clear audio. Biscotti incorporates Google Video Chat so you don’t need to create another contact list. Using an HDMI pass-through technology, Biscotti notifies users via a pop-up message on TV screen. No computer is necessary. Just use the remote to answer the call. The Biscotti TV Phone is available for $199 and no monthly fees. There is a special offer in the video, too! Interview by Todd Cochrane of Geek News Central for the TechPodcast Network. [cessponsor]

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Roku: New Roku HDMI Stick Makes Smart TVs – #CES 2012

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSIn this world of over-the-top television, there are a lot of different choices. If your TV does not have a “smart” feature, you end up having to purchase a third-party solution. And with many boxes to choose from, it’s a tough decision at times. However, Roku is working to make that decision very straightforward. At CES, Roku debuted their Roku streaming stick. Ed from Roku joins Todd in showing off this little dongle that connects up to your HDMI port on your TV. Since the Roku stick plugs directly into the HDMI port, there is no need for extra cables, or even a power cable. Therefore, if you have your TV mounted to a wall, there are no extra ugly cables to go with it. Further, this new Roku connects wirelessly (just like the previous versions), so you can stream your...

Online Video Streaming on the Rise According to Nielsen 0

Online Video Streaming on the Rise According to Nielsen

Nielson’s Q2 2011 report came out showing the continued rise of Online streaming, time-shifted TV (DVR) is rising over conventional viewing of TV.

Card Flick: Customizable Virtual Business Cards  – TechCrunch Disrupt 2011 SF 0

Card Flick: Customizable Virtual Business Cards – TechCrunch Disrupt 2011 SF

Jeffrey Powers talks withDevon about Card Flick – a way to make your business card more virtual and up to date.

AirPay: make Payments Over Mobile Using QR codes – TechCrunch Disrupt 2011 SF 0

AirPay: make Payments Over Mobile Using QR codes – TechCrunch Disrupt 2011 SF

Jeffrey Powers talks with Eric on AirPay – a way to use QR codes to bring an item to your mobile device and pay for.

PicDish for Foodies: See Food as it’s Prepared, Eaten – TechCrunch Disrupt 2011 SF 0

PicDish for Foodies: See Food as it’s Prepared, Eaten – TechCrunch Disrupt 2011 SF

Adria Richards talks with Syed about a website that focuses on the creation of the food, not the description.

JudgeSocial: Get Legal Help through Community – TechCrunch Disrupt 2011 SF 2

JudgeSocial: Get Legal Help through Community – TechCrunch Disrupt 2011 SF

Jeffrey Powers talks with Dave at JudgeSocial – a website that bands people together for class action lawsuits

GiveEmThis: Using Social Media to Find Your Perfect Gift – TechCrunch Disrupt 2011 SF 0

GiveEmThis: Using Social Media to Find Your Perfect Gift – TechCrunch Disrupt 2011 SF

Adria Richards talks with Zach about Give Em This – a way to find the right gift for someone using Social networking

Viewbix: Make Video More Interactive – TechCrunch Disrupt 2011 0

Viewbix: Make Video More Interactive – TechCrunch Disrupt 2011

Jeffrey Powers talks with Johnathan Stefansky about Viewbix – a video enclosure that promotes engagement.

VidCaster: Video CMS Hosting Platform – TechCrunch Disrupt 2011 SF 0

VidCaster: Video CMS Hosting Platform – TechCrunch Disrupt 2011 SF

Jeffrey Powers talks with Ray Pawulich about VidCaster – a CMS for video producers.

LaunchRock: Launch A Product with Audience – TechCrunch Disrupt 2011 SF 1

LaunchRock: Launch A Product with Audience – TechCrunch Disrupt 2011 SF

Adria Richards talks with Jameson from Launchrock – a company that figures out the best marketing for a new brand.

Snapette: Geo-Locate Trending Fashion – TechCrunch Disrupt 2011 SF 0

Snapette: Geo-Locate Trending Fashion – TechCrunch Disrupt 2011 SF

Adria Richards talks with Sarah from Snapette: a place where you can find the trending clothing anywhere in the world.

GoInstant: Share Web Browser Experiences Together – TechCrunch Disrupt 2011 SF 0

GoInstant: Share Web Browser Experiences Together – TechCrunch Disrupt 2011 SF

Adria Richards talks with GoInstant – software that can share a browser session with another computer

Ford, Bug Labs Team Up for In-Car Modular System – TechCrunch Disrupt 2011 SF 0

Ford, Bug Labs Team Up for In-Car Modular System – TechCrunch Disrupt 2011 SF

Jeffrey Powers talks with Peter Semmelhack was with K Venkatesh Prasad to find out how Bug Labs and Ford are working together

BAMM.tv: Chris Hansen Talks Independent Music – TechCrunch Disrupt 2011 SF 0

BAMM.tv: Chris Hansen Talks Independent Music – TechCrunch Disrupt 2011 SF

Jeffrey Powers talks with Chris Hansen from BAMM.tv about how independent artists can get their music out there.

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Verbatim Store n Stay USB Drive Size of a Dime

I get many USB drives. Most of them get put to the side. Only a couple I end up taking with me. One in particular is the Verbatim Tuff N Tiny drives. It’s small and fits on my keychain. But I may trade up for this one. It’s called the Store n Stay. The drive is the size of a dime and the best part is it could stay in your computer. It can also be put into your car’s USB port and hold four to six albums. You can also plug it into a printer, the side of a TV or even a Roku player with your family pictures. “The low-profile, snag-free design makes it the optimal USB flash drive choice for laptop users who want the ability to transfer, store and share their favorite files on impulse,” said Mark Rogers, Verbatim Product Manager, Flash Memory. “It’s meant...

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Un-Box Me: Warpia StreamHD Wireless USB to HDMI Unboxing – Mac, Windows Install

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS Connecting your computer to your TV has never been so easy. Remember the days where you couldn’t even get a simple headphone jack from your CRT TV? Connecting your DVR, Roku, PC and more to the TV is as straightforward as connecting to the HDMI port. Yet the TV is now so thin it sets on your wall and your computer is not even close to it. You don’t want to run a long cable across the room to watch your movies via DVD and control the system. That is why we have wireless USB to HDMI. Using a simple dongle, you connect one machine to the TV. No wires, no hassles. Warpia has created a wireless USB to HDMI controller called StreamHD. Best part – If you have Windows 7 or Mac OSX, you can connect the TV dock...

Plasma Televisions:  Dying Breed? 0

Plasma Televisions: Dying Breed?

I don’t have a plasma TV. I do have a nice little LCD. The big news this morning was that Pioneer is laying off persons and getting out of the plasma TV business (story here). Apparently, Vizio is also pulling out of plasma TVs in favor of LCD TVs. Story here.

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