Archive | November, 2005

DAT RIP? So long, and thanks for all the MP3s.

According to Engadget and this Japanese press release Sony has finally killed Digital Audio Tape, ending production of the final model, introduced in 1997. DAT is really the grandfather of MP3. It was the first digital recording medium offered to the public, and it scared the bejeezus out of the recording industry, just like file-trading […]

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Streaming Media West Sessions On-Line

If your interest was piqued at all by my (long) posts from Streaming Media West, you can check out some of the sessions for yourself. Most of them are now available in streaming video, although not my session (it was only audio recorded). If you actually do video webcasts, I recommend watching the session on […]

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News Headlines from the 11-25-05 Radioshow: Warner Pays for Payola; Abernathy Leaving FCC One Commissioner Short; UK Pirate Sweep

These are the news headlines as read on the Nov. 25 edition of the mediageek radioshow: Warner Pays for Payola; Abernathy Leaving FCC One Commissioner Short; UK Pirate Sweep Warner Pays for Payola Warner Music Group is the next major recording label to settle payola charges with New York State attorney general, Elliot Spitzer. According […]

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Streaming Media Isn’t Just Streaming Media Anymore

One of the recurring themes of the Streaming Media West conference is that “streaming media” is too narrow and no longer captures everything that is being discussed, and that most of the people here deal with. Podcasting and video blogging have been big topics, even if it’s clear that the folks here have no more […]

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