Monday, April 16, 2007
APPLE PHOTO BOOTH FUN.
Google bought YouTube for more than 1.5 billion dollars and countless copyright lawsuits later they now have a new headache to deal will. It seems that NBC, News Corp., AOL, MSN, Yahoo and MySpace have all joined forces with Comcast to have their own video site. Their goal to have "quality" protected content on as many sites as possible all the while getting YouTube to take down their protected content. Comcast already has an On Demand Channel dedicated to user generated content and is a large supplier of high speed internet, it only makes sense to partner with web giants. Google is a innovative company though, I'm sure they have something up their sleave.
For FCP fans:
Apple just released news that Final Cut Pro Studio 2 will be released in May. A list of upgrades will be coming shortly but a VP at Apple said this will be the biggest upgrade in a pro application that we have seen.
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