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Last year I had the opportunity to author a chapter in an academic book called Television Goes Digital. It just came out and I have permission to share with you the text of my chapter in its entirety. Though our blogger birthright is to pish-posh at […]

Last year I had the opportunity to author a chapter in an academic book called Television Goes Digital. It just came out and I have permission to share with you the text of my chapter in its entirety.

Though our blogger birthright is to pish-posh at the printed word, I’ve never been published in a book before so I was pretty excited. The chapter includes goodies like a comparative chart of funding and traffic for the long list of online video portal startups. If it seems a little outdated (not a single mention of Fred!), just remember I wrote this a full 10 months ago. Here it is: “YouTube Changes Everything: The Online Video Revolution.”

  1. Congrats, Liz! Very cool stuff.Is it possible to dnload this chapter? or only just view on screen?

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  2. Congratulations! Always exciting to know that something you created has a permanent, analog presence out there on someone’s desk, blogger code or no. Very nicely written as well. This area moves at lightening speed, but the way you laid out this info will still be relevant 3 years from now as a description of the transition point we’ve been living through. Kudos!

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  3. Good article, Liz. With graphs and charts, no less. Feels so… official. BTW, can I download this chapter??

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  4. Great work Liz!

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    1. Thanks so much guys. I think you should be able to download it directly from Scribd. I just tried to do so while logged out and it seemed fine. If it doesn’t work for you let me know.

      http://www.scribd.com/doc/14108302/YouTube-Changes-Everything

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  5. [...] 10, 2009 | 11:07 AM PT | 0 comments 10 to watch in the race to the X Prize payday (Earth2Tech) NewTeeVee editor Liz Gannes’ chapter in the new book “Television Goes Digital” (NewTeeVee) Bring your group together with MemberHub (WebWorkerDaily) Use your iPhone as a covert [...]

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  6. Todd Krieger Friday, April 10, 2009

    Congrats Liz! It’s super fun to get into print in a book form!

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  7. I want an autographed copy! :)

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  8. Thanks Liz..cool

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  9. [...] a chart I made a couple years ago (back when many of these companies had already been walking dead, at least in terms of innovation, [...]

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