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A Kodak moment? Yes, but....

By: Stefan Kolle

This video was shot as an internal commercial, to stir up things a bit at Kodak. Due to it's popularity with employees, Kodak decided to release it, and it's burning up the numbers on Youtube - and rightfully so. I can't remember the last time I laughed this hard at a commercial.

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I have seen the future and it moves!

by: Dick Stroud

My final posting of 2006 sets the scene for how I intend to extend this blog in 2007. Yep, you got it - lots of video.

 

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Sharing Green Videos Online

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PREDICTION in 2007 user gen content will become even more prominent and diverse

by: Lynette Webb (with Dan Calladine)

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PREDICTIONS in 2007 the true potential of online video will be unlocked

by: Lynette Webb (with Dan Calladine)

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Reports: Future of Internet, Web Video

By: Ilya Vedrashko

Two reports I should've posted about earlier:
- From Pew Internet, Future of the Internet II with responses to 7 scenarios from 700+ thinkers.
- From Scott Kirsner, a book on Future of Web Video full of stats and interviews with key players.

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Must Watch Video: Shopping 2016

by: Alain Thys

We've been a bit quiet over the past few days because of a busy week at the Marketing 3 conference in the Netherlands, yet to make up, we wanted to bring you a few early Christmas presents in the form of key videos from the conference.

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Wired on Lonelygirl15, Future of TV

By: Ilya Vedrashko

Wired runs a great feature on Lonelygirl15. Besides all the behind-the-scenes stuff, the article offers a glimpse into a future of TV:

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The New 30 Second Spot

By: Karl Long

Does your company make something extraordinary? BlendTec does and here’s a 50 dollar advertising campaign right there, including the cost of the rake. It’s been watched 280,000 times, favorited 474 times and has 113 comments, not bad ROI.

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Brand Proliferation - From Borat’s Perspective

By: Karl Long

From a couple of clips i’ve seen it seems that Borat is going to combine the brilliant fake interviews in the movie just like in the TV show (the Ali G Show). I think one of the reasons the Ali G movie failed was it had none of the “reality” of the TV show, ie famous and regular people being set up with fake interviews with a supposed foreign corespondent.

Watch this clip showing Borat with a supermarket manager, exploring proliferation...

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