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Hi everyone, from blogDJ, Dave

By db | "db" <mrstuneman@...> | blogdj
September 29, 2004 | Post #1319 | Topic #1319

A howdy-do, to all of you! :-) It's Dave, aka the blog DJ - however, I may be the only DJ who does NOT post mp3's of songs on my blog. My life story, wrapped up in an easy-to-chew bite-sized chunk... I've been a DJ for almost 20 years, both on radio and for private functions. My passion has always been to be in front of a microphone, however, I have become more involved in the marketing aspect of it over the last 6+ years, using my gift (or curse?) of gab as the vehicle. I have been using audio online to assist myself (and others) in marketing their products, and have been using instant flash audio online for the better part of 18 months. However, in the past few months, I've been increasingly interested in finding a way to get the same instantaneous benefits from flash video. That is, a way where people can convey their messages using video. Hence, my discovery of videoblogging. With that in mind, I searched and searched, and stumbled across Jay's name online, as well as Sean Gilligan's. Tried to contact Sean via mail (did ya get it, Sean?), but may not have had the correct address. Contacted Jay, and he said joining the group would be a wonderful thing, so here I am! :-) Indeed, my videos are more of an "infomercial" style, although I can also include usable content in them as... [View]



Re: Hi everyone, from blogDJ, Dave

By Corey Kronengold | "Corey Kronengold" <ckronengold@...> | ckronengold
October 6, 2004 | Post #1348 | Topic #1319

Hey Dave- Great post. I also suffer from self-induldgent need to gab, and very similarly was exploring flash video for the same purpose. I've been desperately trying to find a good solution for videoblogging, and finally found one that works for me. Luckily, I work for a company that has a lot of flash tools and flash video tools and was able to adapt our system to suit my needs. I'm using an in-stream adserver to manage and deliver my video. The Eyeblaster VideoClip Module was designed to serve TV style ads into user requested content, like when you click to play a movie trailer or a behind the scenes of some hollywood premere that you'd find on entertainment tonight's website or the like. after much fiddling, I finally got it to work. so no i'm getting down to business. vblogging. --- In videoblogging@yahoogroups.com, "db" <mrstuneman@y...> wrote: > A howdy-do, to all of you! :-) > It's Dave, aka the blog DJ - however, I may be the only DJ who does > NOT post mp3's of songs on my blog. My life story, wrapped up in an > easy-to-chew bite-sized chunk... > > I've been a DJ for almost 20 years, both on radio and for private > functions. My passion has always been to be in front of a microphone, > however, I have become more involved in the marketing aspect of it > over the last 6+... [View]