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Redefining SIP for TV

Will Richmond of VideoNuze wrote a good article today as to how people are consuming media differently than in years past.  He gives an example of how a not-so geeky friend of his is using his new HDTV monitor to consume multiple media types (video, text and audio) from multiple sources (e.g. the PC, Internet, […]

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Formatting a Post on the Viodi View Newsletter

There is an excellent post on how to format content for a post.  Written on the Vertical Response (an email marketing firm) blog, this post explains how to ensure that the formatting is consistent, even if the sources of content (e.g. web pages, word, etc.) are inconsistent.  Although this is written with Movable Type in […]

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Frontline on the Backburner – Time for the Congress to Rethink Spectrum Sale!

By Ken Pyle, ken dot pyle at viodi dot com Over-the-air spectrum, just like the air we breathe, is a public good. That is, all of the citizens of the United States are co-owners in the this mostly invisible resource that is truly ubiquitous. Years ago, our Federal Government, the steward of our spectrum, decided […]

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Youth Are Our Present

Youth Are Our Present – Executive Summary This document provides commentary and the responses to a survey regarding communication trends among today’s American rural youth. The purpose of this survey was to understand how rural youth from OPASTCO-member (or equivalent) communities consume media and technology. Sharing of some of the results from this survey took place during […]

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One Person Local Content Plan

The One Person Local Content Plan synthesizes best practices from the local content efforts of independent communications companies from across the U.S. Integrating the experience of more than 80 communications providers, this is the guide for best practices when it comes to creating and distributing relevant and compelling community content.  It is a great template […]