Here is the fourth episode of Media. Future. Change. It’s taken a while to come to fruition, so it is packed with interesting news snippets. With Formula 1 heading into the off season, you might find a few more of these episodes floating around soon.
This is what goes for news these days
This week we’re going to talk about a USB stick you might want, Google taking over the world, or music at least, and news that isn’t really news.
- Hulu to begin charging next year
- Apples iTunes pitch: TV for $30
- BBC Trust Blocks Open iPlayer Plan
- YouTube Begins UK Long-Form TV VOD
- Google opens OneBox music service
- Google brings online music to the masses
- Beatles catalog comes to USB
- EMI sues Beatles download website
- HP can’t save print industry – but big props for trying
- With ‘memorialized’ profiles, Facebook sees dead people
- Flickr gets personal with people tagging
- New camera promises to capture your whole life
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.