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Date: 2013-05-01
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Replay XD: "A POV Camera Designed for Professionals?"
This is an old-school bullet cam
In the earliest days of sport POV production, photographers were excited about the advent of the "lipstick camera" for its small form factor and ease of use. The camera(s) could be mounted on a wing, helmet, or other foundation, cabled to a recorder, and used for new angles in production. These bullet wonders helped create the sense of "being there." They were also horribly expensive and fragile. In modern times, we've seen the camera shrink in size, and dramatically improve in image quality. In many cases, this size-shrink inspires kludgy form factors, and this is where the Replay XD camera shines.
Content Insider #279 - NAB 2013 Wrap
It's 4K All The Way, Drawing Line in The Sand, Storing Stuff
Every time I come away from a big show I have to give myself a reality check and recall it was only a few years ago I waxed on and on about 3D TV and netbooks. Saw where that went right? Right. But NAB this year was freakin awesome. Cameras are getting to the point that any indie can afford them. The industry fatcat days are gone and they ain't coming back so the people who will survive are working harder/smarter. Broadcast folks welcomed the telcos in with forced smiles and there were some who weren't happy with competition at all. But with all the 4K-8K content it is still all about storage and that cute thing called "the cloud." We'll tie up all the loose week.

Amazons Rumored Set-Top Box and other News you Need to Know
Amazon is rumored to be working on a media streaming box, Microsoft announces an Xbox event for May 21 and Zillow will take to Twitter for its earnings call.
Eternal Word Television Network Connects Its Global Catholic Network with Teranex 2D Processors
When Eternal Word Television Network (EWTN) launched on August 15, 1981, few thought there was enough demand for a Catholic network. However, EWTN proved differently as now in its 32nd year, it is the largest religious media network in the world, with programming in more than 144 countries and territories supported by Blackmagic Design's Teranex 2D Processors. EWTN operates nine SD television channels broadcast in English, Spanish, French and German throughout the U.S., as well as one feed in Canada. The organization also has HD English and Spanish channels and AM and FM radio stations with more than 200 affiliates in the U.S., as well as an online presence that consists of nine channels of 24/7 live streaming and video on demand..
Hands-On With Twitter #Music
Twitter teased music lovers with the preview of its new music streaming service, but now #Music is in the hands of the Twitterverse. Today, well test out Twitters take on music discovery.
Social Media Marketing in Times of Tragedy
If you're using social media for marketing, what should you say following a tragedy like the deadly blasts at the Boston Marathon on April 15? The horrific elementary school shootings in Newtown, Conn.? The October storm that took lives and devastated communities across the Northeast? Sometimes, nothing at all.

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