The “You Tube” Era Is So Passe’

7 Jun

The Era of “Farting Howard Stern Stars” is over. Taking Videos of Guys who want a whack on their butts for $40, is passé. Live is the way to go.
I knew that this landscape was changing back in 2011, with the Knights of Columbus International Free Throw Basketball Championship taking a turn at Vimeo & Dailymotion. It was the 1st Ever Time for that You Tube Staple to appear in HD 720p on a Video Sharing Service not named You Tube, as the Dailymotion Feed was carried over Radio Tele Luxembourg’s Belgian Web Service, a company which owns Fremantle, who owns such shows as American Idol and Britain’s Got Talent. Unfortunately, some smart alecky Brat with a You Tube Fixation, had the Vimeo Feed ripped down, but the fact that this competition got great exposure outside of You Tube, proves that You Tube is not the Only Platform.
Now one can telecast an event over the Web & Not Sweat It. One does not have to be one of the Four Big Television Networks to go worldwide. The K of C Free Throw went live on February 5th as experiment on the Web, originating from Queens, NY. Like the Dailymotion Feed, it came via smartphone and is fed to Social Media. That Live Feed is on stationsquarestudios on Veetle.
I just decided to think differently. Maybe THAT will catch on.


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