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Top 10 NewTeeVee Stories of 2010

Chatroulette, WebM, the World Cup and Apple Tv were only some of the topics that interested our readers the most in 2010. Our Top 10 also includes stories about Flash on Android, the YouTube lawsuit, the Winter Olympics and – don’t blush – porn on the iPad.

Top 7 NewTeeVee Videos of 2010

2010 marked the year when the NewTeeVee crew started its first-ever own weekly web series called Cord Cutters – but we also recorded a whole bunch of interviews, product reviews and comparisons. Check out some of the highlights of our original video content in this Top 10 list.

Hulu CEO Jason Kilar on Hulu Plus, IPO, Studios [Video]

Hulu today announced a $2 price cut on its for-pay subscription service, Hulu Plus, reducing the price to $7.99, hoping it will goose revenues further in 2011. In this video chat from NTV Live, CEO Jason Kilar talks about company’s strategy, IPO and Hulu Plus.

NewTeeVee Live 2010 in the News!

Of course we were excited about all the amazing news that was announced at our NewTeeVee Live conference yesterday, but we weren’t the only ones that took notice — news organizations like the Associated Press, USA Today, TechCrunch, Reuters and others reported breaking news from our show.

NewTeeVee Live 2010 Was On Fire

Not even the San Francisco fire department can stop us: NewTeeVee Live 2010 started off with a mandatory building evacuation, but ended up to be a fast-paced event highlighting Hulu’s success, Google TV’s vision, the challenges of designing TV-compatible interfaces and the power of conversations.

Behind the Livestream Boom

The amount of live video watched online grew more than 600 percent over the past year. At GigaOM’s NewTeeVee Live conference, executives from livestream providers UStream, LiveStream and Justin.tv, plus the head of YouTube’s new livestream product, gave their take on what’s driving that growth.

Bram Cohen on the Future of BitTorrent

What’s next for BitTorrent, a company that initially tried to establish a peer-to-peer-based download store for mainstream Hollywood, then aimed to help publishers distribute bits more effectively? Co-founder and chief scientist Bram Cohen explained at NewTeeVee Live that the company is focusing its efforts on livestreaming.

35 Hours of Video a Minute Now Uploaded to YouTube

More than 35 hours are uploaded to YouTube every minute, Google’s Hunter Walk announced at NewTeeVee Live today. But the conversation focused on YouTube’s increasing multi-platform approach to content distribution, with a focus moving, in Walk’s words, “from a device-centric world to a user-centered world.”

What “Normal People” Want from TV

Most people just want to watch TV. They want it to be simple, and it should “just work.” Speaking today at GigaOM’s NewTeeVee Live conference, Peter Merholz, the president of user experience design firm Adaptive Path, explained, “People want the same media experience they’ve always had.”

When It Comes to Apps on TV, Keep it Simple

Televisions have been in homes for decades but only in the last three years has Samsung rolled out broadband connected TV, so Olivier Manuel, director of content at Samsung Electronics America says his company has to straddle the line between early adopters and a wider audience.

Software Can Bridge the Divide for Internet TV Viewers

The fight for the TV audience doesn’t have to be a face off between the walled gardens of cable and satellite companies and new connected devices, said Buddy Snow, senior director of solutions marketing for Motorola Mobility’s broadband home solutions at NewTeeVee Live conference. He said the two can co-exist and create a winning proposition for consumers.

Google TV Exec: Cord Cutting Is ‘Not Happening’

It’s a good thing that the Logitech Revue set-top box isn’t an ideal cord cutting device, since Google TV product lead Rishi Chandra said he doesn’t believe cord cutting is actually happening. Chandra also said that Google TV isn’t meant to replace cable anyway.

Blip.tv CEO: Turning Viewers Into Fans, Video Into Dollars

Making online video content is one thing. Making money from it is quite another, and Blip.tv can be credited with coming about as close as anyone to helping content producers monetize their videos. CEO Mike Hudack told NewTeeVee Live attendees today how his company helps producers.

TV Shows Have Become a Two-Way Conversation

The creators of Lost and Heroes told the NewTeeVee Live conference that now is one of the most exciting times to be a storyteller, because the web — along with social networks and mobile devices — allow writers to take their stories in new directions.

Twitter Plus TV Creates “Social Viewing”

Although television has become more fragmented thanks to the web, millions of people still tune in for certain shows. The real-time conversation that Twitter allows makes it a perfect companion for those events, staffer Robin Sloan told attendees at GigaOM’s NewTeeVee Live conference this morning.

NewTeeVee Live 2010: Live Coverage

With the rise of cord-cutting, streaming TV, and the app-ification of TV, the online video industry is changing dramatically. That’s why the theme of our fourth annual NewTeeVee Live event is Television Reinvented. Watch the livestream and follow the live blog here, starting at 8:15 am PT.

NewTeeVee Live: Your Roadmap to Video’s Future

Next Wednesday, executives from Hulu, Adobe, YouTube, Google TV, Fox and others will talk about how the next wave of video innovation at NewTeeVee Live. Please join us for a day of discussion on how new technologies will disrupt today’s current video distribution and monetization models.

What’s Next for Hulu? Find Out in 3 Weeks

On Nov. 10th in San Francisco we are going to gather some of the biggest names in television and 500 members of our audience to debate how the world of online television will hit prime-time this year. Want to tune in to the TV revolution?

NewTeeVee Live 2010 — Television Reinvented

NewTeeVee Live, produced by GigaOM, is the online video industry’s flagship event with a strong heritage, top-tier speakers and unparalleled atmosphere. Computer mouse = Remote. Hand = TV stand. See what’s on at NewTeeVee Live 2010.

NewTeeVee Live 2010: Internet Television, in Primetime

What’s the next big thing in online video? Are consumers ready to cut the cord? How will the growing proliferation of tablet and other mobile device influence video distribution? These are just some of the topics we will be discussing at this year’s NewTeeVee Live.

Welcome to Our New, New Look

What, another redesign? I know what you’re thinking. It has only been a few months since we completely revamped NewTeeVee’s web site – and now we are changing it all over again? Well, this isn’t as much of a redesign than a GigaOm family reunion.

Welcome to the New NewTeeVee

NewTeeVee relaunched last night as part of the GigaOM network-wide redesign that started in November of 2009. It’s the second redesign since NewTeeVee started more than three years ago, and it’s our most ambitious one yet.

NewTeeVee Live in the News

The #NTVL Twitter hashtag got a lot of love yesterday, but some of our attendees and live-streamers went to a little more…

Evolution of Dance 2 Is Here

Evolution of Dance 2 has finally — finally — been released. After a long gestation, during which he dealt with song clearances,…

Managed vs. Unmanaged Content

Broadcast, cable and satellite, YouTube, iTunes and Fancast. What’s working, what’s not, and who’s got indigestion. Moderator: Mugs Buckley, TDG Karin Gilford,…

NewTeeVee Live is Tomorrow!

It’s almost here! Our second-annual NewTeeVee Live conference is less than 24 hours away. If you’re not one of the 500 people…

NTV New York 2.0 Recap

Thanks very much to all who joined us last night in New York City for our viral ads edition of the NewTeeVee…

NewTeeVee NYC 2.0: Sept. 23

The NewTeeVee crew will be in New York next week for our second annual Big Apple edition of NewTeeVee Pier Screenings. Alongside…

Live! NewTeeVee L.A Screening

Because we’re on the road, we don’t have full-on live-streaming capabilities for tonight’s NewTeeVee Pier Screenings event in Los Angeles. But through…

Sit Back & Watch: NewTeeVee Station

The revolution has not been televised. Well not recently, anyway. Oldteevee has given way to NewTeeVee, and suddenly we have a barrage of web video shows, some of them great, some awful, and the rest somewhere in between. So to help you find what you want to watch, may I present: NewTeeVee Station. Continue Reading

NewTeeVee…One Year Young

Can you believe it? It was exactly a year ago when NewTeeVee launched, with one mission: to chronicle the fast-changing world of…