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Video blogging (or vlogging)

This page provides links to a number of resources about videoblogging or vlogging for short.

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Freevlog

"A step-by-step guide to setting up a videoblog for free."

Added: 13 July 2005
Reviewer's Note:
Uses videos to explain the different steps

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Blogging + Video = Vlogging

"It was inevitable: Bloggers who previously wrote endlessly about everything from politics to tech tips to how to fry an egg on a hot sidewalk can now take their commentary, advice and random experiments to the next level by filming and broadcasting their work, thanks to the latest web trend -- video blogging." Katie Dean, Wired News, 13 July 2005

Added: 13 July 2005
Reviewer's Note:
"Lke blogs, which have become an extension of traditional media, video blogs will be a supplement to traditional broadcasting."

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VlogDir

"The Videoblog directory"

Added: 13 July 2005
Reviewer's Note:
"VLOGDIR is a new Videoblog Directory Service that allows you to add a link to your videoblog along with descriptive details, RSS feeds for subscribers and also let's you attach media.

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Videoblogging

"Videoblogging is a new form of expression centering around posting videos to a website and encouraging an audience response. It is the next step from text blogging and podcasting." Videoblogging.info

Added: 13 July 2005
Reviewer's Note:
"A community of artists, video editors, podcasters, bloggers, and software developers has formed around this new mode of communication. We are a group of people who use videos as a normal part of our blogging. This site is a repository of information from the Videoblogging Yahoo! Group, which has been growing exponentially since June of 2004."

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Podcasting and VODcasting

"Podcasting and VODcasting, and their pending derivatives, are not fads. They are very real and very practical distribution technologies. The ability to time-shift content versus traditional broadcast distribution models expands student teaching and learning opportunities significantly. The supporting technologies are relatively inexpensive and surprisingly easy to use - in fact easy enough to use that faculty and students will begin to actively produce and distribute content through this medium by summer semester 2005." Peter Meng, University of Missouri, March 2005

Added: 14 April 2005
Reviewer's Note:
Also includes a list of potential uses for Podcasting and VODcasting at the University of Missouri, but useful for any college or university.

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How to video blog with Blogger

 

Updated: 13 July 2005
Reviewer's Note:
Tutorial by Svein Høier and Jon Hoem, Arts and Media Dept., Norwegian University of Science and Technology

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