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Posted in: News, Online TV Software & Tools and TV Software Reviews by Dave Parrack on August 26, 2008

Blaze Media ProKeeping track of all the software required to manage your digital media content can be an absolute nightmare. But there may be a solution at hand.

If, like me, you are someone who is addicted to entertainment in all its various mediums, you probably have a number of different applications installed on your computer to manage them all.

You tend to need one piece of software for converting audio files, another for converting video in to different formats, another to burn and rip these files, and yet another to edit videos.

But maybe there is a solution out there which can fulfil all of your multimedia requirements.

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Mindbites LogoMindbites, a new instructional video marketplace, officially launched at the end of last week, after securing about $1 million in investment funding.

We’ve seen plenty of instructional video sites start up over the past year or two, with Howcast, Expert Village and 5Min probably the best known.

Mindbites differs from all of these in one way though, in that it charges for the video lessons, with costs ranging between $1.69 and $1.99.

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Posted in: Celebrity and TV, News, Video On Demand and Video Site Reviews by Dave Parrack on October 6, 2007

CelebKings LogoEveryone seems obsessed with seeing celebrities in the nude now, from amateur home tapes which exchange hands for a fortune to fake mocked up videos supposedly starring your favorite celebrity but actually showing some random porn star cavorting around on a bed.

CelebKings is a celebrity porn site that is a bit different as it brings together the biggest collection of R Rated celebrity moments ever captured on film. There’s no faked shots here, just your favorite stars showing a bit too much leg.

When you accept the adult terms, you arrive at the portal page where you can start searching for your Nude Celebrity of choice. As well as a search box there are a number of different menus from Celebrity A-Z to Movies A-Z.

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Posted in: News, Video On Demand, Video Portals, Video Site Reviews and Web TV Reviews by Chris Tew on April 23, 2007
Stage6 Beta

It’s Stage6 Day here on Web TV Wire and Web TV Hub (23/04/07). Learn more…

The beta launch of Stage6 has seen a host of new features that has turned Stage6 alpha from just another one of those video sites into something really unique and compelling.

The first thing you will notice when you go onto the new Stage6 site and watch a video is the quality. Everything feels widescreen and well designed and you are free from blurry pixilated videos. Stage6 supports video quality up to 1080p HD.

But it doesn’t just stop at higher quality videos, Stage 6 alpha had that already. Stage6 beta is trying to make its mark as the ultimate portal for independent video producers and video enthusiasts to distribute their videos, network and share ideas.

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Posted in: News, Online TV Software & Tools, TV Software Reviews and Video Downloads by Chris Tew on January 12, 2007

TVTonic recently announced the latest version of their software this week. Its pretty slick with a beautiful interface that works with Microsoft Media Center and the Xbox 360. TVTonic allows you to subscribe to video episodes and watch them through a DVR esque interface. Before I head straight on with the review I’ll introduce you to online video and RSS (scroll on if you’re already familiar).

Internet Video and RSS

Internet Video Episodes, Vodcasts, Videocasts and Video Blogs are pretty much the same thing. They are on-demand videos available through the internet with new videos added on a regular basis. Many of these Vodcasts use an RSS feed to allow you to subscribe to their videos so you can watch new videos as they become available.

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Posted in: Internet TV Tips, Legal and Piracy, Online TV Software & Tools and TV Software Reviews by Chris Tew on October 16, 2006

The new controversial TVUPlayer has appeared on the internet and could be the TV studio’s biggest enemy since Napster. This new player allows you to potentially watch any television channel in the world on your PC.

Channels featured on TVUPlayer currently include CBS, ESPN, NBA TV, ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, Comedy Central, Disney and more, including sports channels.

This already impressive lineup of channels is available from any internet enabled PC in the world and could potentially expand to include many more channels.

It is my understanding the system works where one person records live TV and streams it to the internet. This stream is then redistributed by other people who are watching the channel.

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