On March 1, University of California Television (UCTV) will launch a new YouTube original channel, UCTV Prime, the first university-run channel to be included among YouTube’s new production partnerships with such recognizable brands as the Wall Street Journal, Madonna and TED 다운로드.
Each week, UCTV Prime will debut 15 minutes of fresh content.
The channel’s inaugural effort, the first installment of a four-part documentary mini-series called “Naked Art,” which explores UC’s preeminent art collections 영화 된장 다운로드.
According to research from the IHS Screen Digest, we may have finally reached the point when streaming video services have become ubiquitous enough to take over American households 다운로드.
The researcher forecasts that 3.4 billion movies will be legally consumed over streaming services this year, more than double the 1.4 billion that were viewed last year over the internet 더미다 다운로드. The number will also beat out DVD and Blu-ray viewership, which is estimated to come in at 2.4 billion this year — a 7.7 percent drop from 2011.
…the numbers appear to be inflated by unlimited streaming services like Netflix and Amazon Prime Instant Video 다운로드. Such services accounted for 94 percent of all streaming viewership last year, according to the IHS, with only 1.3 percent coming from pay-per-use services like iTunes and others 다운로드. The dominance of unlimited services explains why movie studios may not be so happy to see more and more of the market shift to streaming — the researchers say that customers paid an average of 51 cents per movie watched online compared to $4.72 for those purchased on physical media 다운로드.
From her role as sci-fi sex goddess, Barbarella (which I’ve never seen, but only know about through photos) in the 1960s, to the controversial Vietnam political advocate in the 1970s, to the queen of workout video in the 80s (my mom had these – as a little kid, I loved dressing up in the leotards, sweatbands and leg-warmers and dancing along) to the consummate companion of Ted Turner in the 90s – her life has been one of constant evolution 다운로드.
Now as author and spokesperson for people living out the “third acts” of their lives (which she calls “Prime Time“), it was inspiring to watch her recently on Charlie Rose, talking about life as a stair-cased ascension, instead of a curved archway that peaks at middle-age, then declines 다운로드. In our youth-obsessed culture, she is an example that life doesn’t end at 40. In fact, she says she really didn’t start to ‘get life’ until she hit 59 (she’s 73), which for her has meant battling depression, becoming present in her children’s lives, and creating an intimate relationship with a man (which she never achieved in her previous 3 marriages), to name a few 다운로드.
Her ability to find closure in areas of her life that have plagued her seems especially key to the constant elevation and improvement she describes 다운로드. When discussing her relationship with her father, she articulated what so many people fear:
“Watching him die taught me that I wasn’t afraid of death 다운로드. What I’m really scared of is getting to the end of life with a lot of regrets when it’s too late to do anything about it.”
And it reminded me of the Dylan Thomas poem that is a call to arms for individuals of any age:
If so, then you are the unlikely target of Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos 다운로드.
On Wednesday, he posted a memo on Amazon’s homepage asking you to pay $79 to get unlimited two-day shipping and access to over 1,000 movies and TV shows postman. It’s a strange combination, I know.
But, maybe this is the ideal customer…
I do order a lot from Amazon and I love Netflix, so the offer was pretty tempting 바람의나라 연. After all it is only $8/month, matching what Netflix costs, without the S&H bonus, haha.
This subtle push by Amazon to enter the TV/Movie market could be considered a smart move 파워포인트2010 체험판 다운로드. The cable industry is one of the largest in America with advertising revenue alone at $27 billion. If you add in subscriber revenue the grand total is $94 billion (source NCTA, Dec 2010) 다운로드.
That’s a heavy market, but right now Netflix is the “big dog” and they are following Apple’s iTunes playbook for industry domination:
Netflix is now in a similar position offering the studios a new revenue source in a time of need (falling DVD sales). Only putting online what they can and patiently adding more over the months. CEO, Reed Hastings, has even gone on record as saying that they are not competing for TV subscribers (the equivalent of CD sales for the cable industry) 윈도우 8.1 순정 iso파일 다운로드.
Sounds awfully familiar…and everybody knows this is happening, but no one will talk about it.