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Devin Halden is an entertainment entrepreneur with focus on the production and distribution of media properties across multiple platforms. Halden launched Pixovi Movie Network in May of 2010. Visitors of the platform immediately experienced the robust and versatile capabilities that the multi-platform distribution company offers. Pixovi is most accurately an IPTV, providing the capabilities of operating similar to a cable or satellite company. Through Pixovi, producers can now distribute and exhibit their film(s) to a global audience through a variety of applications and devices . Unlike other VOD platforms that are designed on a quantity over quality model, Pixovi is built around the opposite mode of thought. Halden understands that Pixovi members want a wide selection, but Halden believes that can still be achieved with each film offering being of the highest quality. Halden’s knowledge of both traditional distribution lifecycles and techniques as well as the new distribution plans that utilize new technology and media, has laid the foundation for his blueprint for a successful independent film release, a blueprint that keeps the control of the IP and accounting in the hands of the producers and maintains transparency throughout the entire lifecycle of the film. Pixovi continues to design and implement existing and proprietary technologies as a way to solidify its longevity and its pioneering spirit in the movie distribution and exhibition market. You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or Follow us on Twitter @123Film
Statistics are showing that violent crime is actually on the decline, but media reports of killings,robberies, and assaults give the impression that danger is everywhere, and the future looks grim. In fear, hordes of people are rushing to buy firearms and security systems. Who are these nameless, faceless people that we are protecting ourselves from? Is the media selling fear on purpose? Why? The daily stories of killings are certainly for real, and yet, what if there are many more acts of kindness and consideration by strangers that never get reported? Journalist Nate Clay, host of the television talk show "Seven Days Chicago" talks about distortions in the Media and the political and economic incentives for the media to sell fear to the public. Who stands to gain when the public becomes suspicious and hysterical? How can the negative impressions of growing inner city crime be reversed?
in The Bible
ROUTE SIXTY SIX DELIVERANCE MINISTRIES REALLY TOOK IT TO THE STREETS AGAIN, BIG TIME. THIS PAST TUESDAY JULY 22nd, FROM 10:00 AM TO 1:00 PM. I WAS OUT WITH MY TEAM OF MISSIONARIES FROM COLORADO. THESE ARE SAVED YOUNG PEOPLE. SEVERAL MINISTERS CAME OUT WITH ME TO THE CITY STREETS OF CHICAGO, TO WITNESS FOR CHRIST, BRING HEALING, RESTORATION, DELIVERANCE, FORGIVNESS, LOVE AND UNITY THROUGH PRAYER AND JUST GIVING ALL HONOR TO GOD.
MISSIONARY KRISTEN AND THE TEAM OF YOUTH FROM COLORADO
PASTOR CARMELITA GREEN OF "CHRISTIANS ON THE MOVE OUTREACH MINISTRIES"
PASTOR ANGELIA HUNT OF "ZION WATCHMAN GLOBAL MINISTRIES,"
MINISTER FLOYD PLUMP OF THE HAROLD WASHINGTON FOUNDATION
AND LAST BUT NOT LEAST; THE HONORABLE MINISTER NAIMAH LATIF. AUTHOR, FOUNDER AND BLOG TALK RADIO HOST OF "THE FEMALE SOLUTION." WHO'S TECHNICAL SUPPORT MADE OUR VISIBILITY POSSIBLE. WE ARE ON CABLE CHANNEL 19, IPTV, EVANSTON TV CHANNEL 6, AND YOUTUBE. JUST TYPE IN: "BRINGING PEACE THROUGH PRAYER."
The dream of producing a television show, a feature length motion picture, or even a short music video has been made possible for many through the availability of affordable video cameras and editing equipment on laptop computers. But now that we have the ability to produce, how do we reach the audience? Internet radio and television have become the source of information for the new generation, and the business savvy among us have created ways to capitalize on new opportunities. The Urban Information Network is one such enterprise that not only provides an outlet for television and film producers, it has a profit sharing incentive for those who wish to benefit from the growing presence of the Internet as a primary news and program source. Can we collectively build a global media network strong enough to become a dominant source of information and entertainment? Can we make it profitable for those who participate in its development and growth? Tim Moore of IPTV explains his vision of an African American owned media network that can enrich as well as inform, enlighten and entertain
My guest will be Jon Gilbert. Jon has over 30 years of experience in the global telecommunications and Internet industries, developing a variety of successful online business-to-business services. He is currently Chief Operating Officer of EnovativeTV, Inc., an IPTV distributor of global, multi-cultural television and radio. He is the founder of Videotex, a provider of ecommerce, news, entertainment and other interactive applications. In the past, he was Chief Technology Officer at IBNET, Ltd, a startup that built in partnership with IBM and a consortium of international Chambers of Commerce, a secure, business-to-business international marketplace. He was also the publisher of a seasonal online entertainment magazine. As a long term supporter of the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce, Jon is a member of several committees and recently organized the successful Diversity in the Workplace panel discussion hosted by Microsoft.
Beating the drum is Interactive Media Specialist MARKEITH JOHNSON, Founder/CEO of E-Life Marketing, Urban Images, LLC and Fertile Groundz. Call In (646) 716-7994 or join in the interactive chat.
With over 25 years of media experience, Markeith Johnson of Toledo, Ohio has been a powerful force in interactive media in the Northwest Ohio area and beyond. He has set trends in video production, online marketing and now telecommunications, with the local introduction of IPTV, video phones, and video e-mail.
As the official radio broadcast of the Urban Tech Fair, from blog to radio, Jim Neusom brings to conversation some of the awesome, interesting, historical, and down right technical digital information he shares online...From Blacks and people of color in Technology to S.T.E.M., latest tech trends and strategies that empower us and our communities.
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Show Opens with POWER by Johnny Popcorn; album The Crow
Meredith Flynn-Ripley will talk about their new social IPTV platform, MediaFriends, and the latest news about their Tier 1 customer which is deploying their suite of products. Integra5 enables television not only to be interactive, but telephony-friendly. Your host is Tracy Swedlow www.itvt.com
TONIGHT: Listen to The African History Network Show, Thursday, May 30th, 8pm-11pm EST with guests, Dr. Keefa Lorraine Weatherspoon on Wholistic Health, Malaika Cooper on Natural Hair, Tim Moore from The Urban Information Network and much more.
Dr. Keefa will talk about the East Meets West Wholistic Health Fair taking place on June 1, 10am-6pm at Sankofa Life Campus, 18374 Woodward (3 Blks South of 7 Mile ), Detroit, MI. FREE EVENT.
Malaika Cooper will discuss the North Carolina Natural Hair Expo coming up on Sat. June 22 & Sun. June 23. Michael Imhotep host of The African History Network Show will be doing a workshop at this conference also. Visit www.NaturalHairCareExpo.com for more information.
Tim Moore, President/CEO of UIN (Urban Information Network) and IPTV Network which is an online movie distributor. He’ll talk about how people can get involved with this network.
In our “Knowledge Is Power” segment, we’ll talk about the fact that more African-Americans graduate with Bachelor Degrees in Computer Science than Asia-Americans.
We’ll also play some clips of Min. Farrakhan’s speech in Detroit.
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Continuing in our how to get your info into the media:
I (Dr.Tranquility-Lydia Belton Ph.D.,Ct.H.A.,) am always asked how to aquire more media. I am offering to you the advise of Angela Christoforos ia multimedia journalist & graduate of Suffolk University, with a Bachelor’s of Science in Journalism. She’s 100% Greek and takes pride in her Greek heritage. Angela is currently a news writer at WHDH-TV, the NBC affiliate in Boston.
You can find Angela reporting on local TV, she’s an on-air entertainment reporter for Dirty Water TV, airing on NESN. She’s reported from events such as Boston Fashion week and Fashion’s Night Out. Angela also covers fashion shows and events throughout Boston and surrounding areas. Formerly with NBC news & now on air personality for Fox/CBS affiliate. We are thrilled to have her as our Exec VP for our IPTV division. Angelac@drtranquility.com for submissions.
Jacqueline Dorman - Jacqueline knows women! She spent 13 years of her career educating and mentoring women through non- profit organizations, being a sought after conference speaker and life coach and now she's taking on the media world. After becoming General Manger of the Emmy winning Guardian Television Network she saw a need to raise the bar in women's entertainment. Her desire to see women's lives promoted through their media led her to create Jane Media Group, home to brands like the #1 IPTV network for women, Jane TV and Teen Jane. Her goal now is to help other quality companies and brands reach the heart and minds of the female consumer with products and services that promote, celebrate and help them realize their most authentic life. Her ability to drill down into the core vision of a company, mixing her unique creativity with a keen marketing eye makes her a branding powerhouse. She resides in Columbus, Ohio with her husband David and their blended family that includes three amazing kids! Her personal website: http://www.jacquelinedorman.com/.
At the CableLabs Summer Conference Innovation Showcase earlier this month (see the article published on itvt.com, August 18th), interactive TV software specialist, Alticast (whose areas of expertise include DVB-MHP, OCAP/tru2way, EBIF, IPTV and mobile TV), unveiled its AltiConnect Social Media platform, which it says lets pay-TV subscribers interact with sponsored Facebook, Twitter and Foursquare campaigns from their TV set.
According to the company's Innovation Showcase materials, AltiConnect enables programmers to "provide an interactive social media experience that maintains the viewer's focus on watching television"; enables operators "not only to measure subscriber participation and monetize success, but also to measure the campaign's success within social networks"; and includes "lightweight EBIF and OCAP application templates as well as Web-based campaign management and measurement tools that implement the CableLabs SaFI specifications."
In this recorded episode of [itvt]'s talk radio show, "Radio [i]tvt" (note: an unedited transcript of the interview is also available below), Chris Ulmer, Alticast's director of application solutions, and Anne Dirkse, the company's director of technical services, application solutions, provide a detailed overview of AltiConnect, the strategy behind the new platform, and Alticast's plans for it going forward.