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07 OCTOBER 2012

The Space: Building a Broadcaster in a Box

"Back in August last year, Tony Ageh asked us a question: 'How would you deliver a 'pop–up' television channel to desktops, mobiles, tablets and connected TVs?'

The typical response, particularly within the BBC, would be a suggestion to re–purpose much of the infrastructure we already have: media ingest, metadata management, transcoding, web publication, device targeting.

There was a snag, though. In fact, there were a couple. First, this wasn't just a pop–up TV channel – this was a 'broadcaster in a box', which could later be handed over to arts organisations to pick up and run with."

(Mo McRoberts, 1 May 2012, BBC)

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2011arts advocacyarts and cultureArts Council Englandarts organisationsBBC • broadcaster in a box • connected TV • desktops • device targeting • Digital Public Space • infrastructure • media channel • media distribution • media infrastructure • media ingest • media publishing • metadata management • mobiles • pick up and run with • pop-up • pop-up television channel • pop-up TV channel • re-purpose infrastructuretabletstelevision channel • The Space • The Space (service) • Tony Ageh • transcodingUKvisual arts • web publication

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Simon Perkins
01 NOVEMBER 2009

Google's Music Onebox Launches, Powered By MySpace And Lala

"Onebox will let users stream songs directly from Google's search result page, and will also include additional content like tour information and music videos (the actual content shown will vary depending on the partner – more on that later)."

(Jason Kincaid, 28 October 2009)

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2009convergenceGoogle Inc • iLike • Lala • mediamedia publishingmusicmusic videoMySpace • Onebox • searchtechnology

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Simon Perkins
28 MAY 2009

Putin Tightens Control over Internet

"Reuters has reported that this week President Vladimir Putin has signed a decree which will merge the state media oversight body Rosokhrankultura, with the federal telecommunications and IT watchdog, Rossvyaznadzor, which many believe represents an attempt to extent the Kremlin's strict media control to online sources, targeting bloggers and news websites. Both of these organizations have a history of harassing media outlets.

Under Putin's rule, independent publishers have mostly been taken over by Kremlin–friendly businessmen. The domestic media are under heavy pressure not to criticize the government, making journalists suspicious of any official initiative. "
(James on robertamsterdam.com, 16 March 2007)

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authorshipbloggercontrolimpartialityindependent publishersInternetjournalism • media control • media publishingmonitoringregulation • Rosokhrankultura • Russia • Russian Federation • surveillancetelecommunicationsVladimir Putin

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Simon Perkins
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