Here is our latest video for A Better World Canada . . . Dean _Sponsors_________________________________________ Nova Media Strategic Online Marketing _________________________________________________ Advanced Systems Corporate Computer and Network SpecialistsRead more "A Better World Canada video – Eric’s Kenya trip"
We had posted about setting up a TV studio in your basement ala Leo Laporte a few months back and it has received a few hits from folks out there. This past weekend we brought our setup online and broadcast/webcast our first live show for Radio Free Red Deer – independent music from the heart […]Read more "TV studio in your basement – update"
Here is our latest video for A Better World Canada . . . Dean _Thanks to Our Sponsors_________________________________________ Nova Media Strategic Online Marketing _________________________________________________ Advanced Systems Corporate Computer and Network SpecialistsRead more "New video for A Better World Canada"
Our local TV station – CHCA-TV faded to black at the end of August this year. Even though some folks felt that it stopped being a local station when Global made it a re-broadcaster of the E! network, it still provided some coverage of local news and events. Now there is nothing. In our house […]Read more "Loss of local TV – feel the pain"
In previous posts we have talked about net neutrality and how it affects our freedom on the internet. What does net neutrality mean to you if you use the internet to advertise, market or otherwise promote your business? A quote from the Canadian site “Save Our Net” . . . What is net neutrality? …Put […]Read more "Net neutrality and your business"
Social media can play an important role during a flu epidemic by providing information on symptoms, treatment, avoidance and status of community infection. Educators are also turning to social media and social networking tools as a method of delivering course materials and lectures at times when students are absent from class during flu epidemics. With […]Read more "New media a teaching tool during flu epidemic"
In case you live in a cave and don’t watch TV in any form – over the air, cable, satellite – there is a big battle going on between Canadian network broadcasters and the cable companies. In a nutshell, the broadcasters want the CRTC to force the cable co’s to pay them for the programming […]Read more "Battling it out on Twitter – networks vs. cable companies"