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Watch Webby Footage; check out the five-word acceptance speeches from winners and celebs as well as the gala and red carpet. (YouTube) CNET asks: Do We Still Need the Webbys? A Closer Look at QuickTime X in Snow Leopard; new on-screen player controls, video capture and […]

Watch Webby Footage; check out the five-word acceptance speeches from winners and celebs as well as the gala and red carpet. (YouTube) CNET asks: Do We Still Need the Webbys?

A Closer Look at QuickTime X in Snow Leopard; new on-screen player controls, video capture and editing among the new features in the software. (The Apple Blog)

Demand for PC-TV Tuners Drops from 2008 Levels; In-Stat says the recession, slow consumer demand and competition from online television will cause unit shipments to fall 11 percent this year. (In-Stat)

Publish iPhone-Friendly Video with Sorenson 360; viewing can be done through iPhone’s Web browser and does not require a separate app. (release)

DTV Switch Could Boost Mobile TV; companies will use freed up spectrum to broadcast television signals to handsets. (The LA Times)

Canadian Government Creates Fund for “Digital Shovels;” $200 million Canadian dollars ($178 million USD) will help build out the country’s new media infrastructure. (The Hollywood Reporter)

  1. Thanks for those links. The one about the DTV switch boosting mobile TV was interesting for me. I’m into mobile TV, and if the digital broadcasting could help get better signals, then I’m all for it.

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  2. I’m looking forward to Snow Leopard in general, not just the new Quicktime features. And the DTV switch would make mobile TV better? Hallelujah.

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