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1. Feature Story / Part of TVI's Hotest Prediction of 2006-07, says Pete Allman, includes this month's NBS100's PoWeek achievement selection, CES keynote speaker -- Larry Page, LookRadio.com, Xingtv.com, VRAtv.com, Google's video.google.com, and Portz Entertainments' "Real Law" SmartLegal Advice Movie Segments
Most Asian film producers -- agree that the Internet will become a video producers paradise, that will allow anyone to become a movie producer are finally starting to become a reality. Such consumer-produced media broadcasters, such as weblogs and podcasts have helped everyday people find audiences online. Such is the case of China's, XingTV.com, and VRA's LookRadio.com webcasts from Hollywood, Kentucky, Beijing, Munich and Las Vegas. They all have become the only place where you can view some of their historical China Ddiaries Series on the Internet. The Ddiary series was filmed in China, when camera's were not allowed, unless you had special permission from their Leaders.
Such 4 to 5 minutes clips, like VRAs new SmartLegal advice series, produced by Charley Portz, of Houston, Texas, will spread from established weblogs and by e-mail free of charge, and with the help of both Yahoo and Google, like always, the short-short legal puzzles solutions, will attract over a million visitors a month to Smart90s' LookRadio, Xingtv.com and VRAtv.com's television channels.
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To some analysts, it'll be an entertainment experience, like VoIP. They said consumers already had rejected the computing world's vision of entertainment and the notion of navigating endless screens of menus or pecking through on-screen keyboards with the remote to find a TV program.
Years after the failure of WebTV and similar devices, Google, Intel Corp., Yahoo Inc., Microsoft Corp. -- are now prepared to copy-cat Apple's success in selling Internet music and video to the TV screen. Of course since Apple Computer Inc. is already there, Steve Jobs will tell you all about its TV tuners in all of its computers. at MacWorld, if he wishes to. Spokesman Steve Dowling said Apple would not comment on "speculation and rumor."
The company, whose QuickTime software has delivered its VRA TelePlay movie over the Internet for years, said that: "iMovies is what made it possible to webcast it Troy Cory television shows on a daily bases, from China."
3. Editor's Note / Now that Clear Channel is in the streaming video business, they will not charge users to watch the clips, the selling of advertisement place in between webplay content, like they are doing now, will be the format.
As Clear Channel rolls out the program in Los Angeles and four other markets, it has a secret weapon: its local stations, which it will use to drive users not to one central Clear Channel website but to hundreds of branded sites bearing the call letters that music fans already know.
It was in 1999 that the San Antonio-based radio giant started looking at the technology that would enable it to stream radio broadcasts online from it's DVDs designed by VRA TelePlay Pictures. The DVD was entitled, "Gruve Tube" and was under the direction of Clear Channel's, Victor Caballero.
"Radio has to become more than tall towers in corn fields and swamps," said John Hogan, chief executive of Clear Channel Radio. "We have to complement the radio experience with video and online interactivity. We want to become part of every listening experience."
"Imagine converting a radio station into a television station." Well you can do that now with the advent of and acceptance of viewing video/music over the Internet," says Mark Sovol, of LookRadio.com. "We did then what they are now permitted by the FCC to televise radio programs."
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas on Wednesday, bragged about how Microsoft has become the important part of many media companies' strategies. Urge, MTV's new Internet music service was developed with Microsoft, was a centerpiece of the "digital lifestyle".
But in the last five years, amid an industrywide slowdown in radio advertising, the company's stock price has fallen more than 40%. Clear Channel saw revenue decline 15% to about $7 billion in the first nine months of last year from the same period in 2004.
The company's attempt to increase its audience by curtailing the number and length of on-air advertisements has had mixed results, in part because new competitors -- notably satellite radio, Apple iPods and the LookRadio, Smart90 websites offering free webcast programing.
SFX's, Clear Channel's terrestrial station theory in 1999, eventually became the foundation for some of SFX's former associates who was at the time designing the DVD video online profitability for Internet broadcasting. The firm now sells advertising on its stations' websites and as lead-ins to Internet video clips, and strips out advertisements from terrestrial broadcasts when they are streamed online, reselling the airtime.
But, like most landline telephone companies, condoning VoIP and WiFi, -- Clear Channel's plight is from necessity, as well as opportunity.
"It's unreasonable to believe consumers will only listen to terrestrial radio with their towers standing in corn fields," says Mark Sovol, of NBS100, our WiFi antenna's will be built in cemeteries to provide everyone's musical and television broadcasting needs". "They should join our "wireless cemetery project. Advertisers are interested in touching consumers in the most personal way possible."

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