The idea with these shows is to keep them under ten minutes, so as to be a nice concise wrap up of all things media. Episode three is already a failure, but there is a bumper lot of news to get through, and we only just missed the target.
Everybody is watching sport on the internet
Today we’re talking about football on the internet, images with disclaimers, and broadband as a legal right.
- Court order served over Twitter
- Amazon Release International Kindle
- Lonely Planet Picks US Chief as Digital Sales Reach 20 Million
- FTC to Fine Bloggers up to $11,000 for Not Disclosing Payments
- Warning: this unrealistic image has been photoshopped
- Photoshop for iPhone is Free and Awesome
- Flickr: 4,000,000,000 Photos and Counting
- 9 Successful Techniques for Making Money from Podcasting
- Leo Laporte Makes $1.5 million a year from Podcasting
- Chapters within programmes: finding the bit you want
- BBC launches Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs on iPlayer
- Broadcasters’ Own VOD Plans Killed Joost
- UK Internet ad spend overtakes TV for first time
- Online broadcaster defends decision to show England match on web
- Youth ‘cannot live’ without web
- Finland makes 1Mb broadband access a legal right
Feedback, suggestions, stories and ideas for future shows are always welcomed in the comments. This is the bare bones of the project and there is much more to come.