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News channels want you!

While some media outlets feel threatened by citizen journalists taking and disseminating their own newsworthy footage, others are embracing the technologies to make their story reporting a richer experience. CNN’s iReport, Al-Jazeera’s Sharek portal, and NBC’s latest venture to collect amateur videos are just a few.
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Google: not just a search engine, drives TV too

After its less-than-successful Google TV, the Internet giant is fighting back and moving forward with some projects that are marking the future of TV.
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Youtube, Vimeo, Dailymotion, or Vevo – which is the fairest of them all?

In the midst of dozen of video sharing sites (yes, YouTube being the biggest-duh), lately I find myself wondering why certain videos are uploaded onto certain hosting services. Not only that, but I’m often given advice here and there about where I should upload my own videos. So I decided to do my own digging, and decide which site is best.

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SA satellite TV: doomed from the get-go?

A new South African private commercial provider Platco Digital wants to start a new direct-to-home (DTH) low cost satellite TV service in October 2013.

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'White space'– giving cheap & fast broadband to all?

The latest firing of communications minister Dina Pule has led to the questioning of whether her replacement, Yunus Carrim, could ‘save’ the backlogged projects she left behind.

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