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Turner's Media Camp comes to an end with a day of demos

Turner Broadcasting's twelve week Media Camp came to an end recently with a demo day in San Francisco. Each of the six companies that were accepted to this program had social components that were part of their technology. To celebrate the end of camp they showcased how they're working with CNN, TNT and more. We interviewed David Austin, Sr Director of Emerging Technology for Turner Broadcasting about the big demo day

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Create Quick Video for the Web

Create Quick Video for the WebLearn how to shoot, edit, and encode online video! Starting October 4, write video scripts and story outlines, shoot and edit film, and broadcast your work on video-sharing sites like YouTube and Vimeo. Students will get hands-on experience with a Canon HDV camera and Final Cut in this course. Register now! 
 

Turner Broadcasting reveals social TV startups selected for 'Media Camp' accelerator

Turner Broadcasting is the latest network with a major social TV announcement. The Atlanta-headquartered TV powerhouse that includes TBS, TNT and CNN announced their inaugural "Media Camp" -- an accelerator for social TV startups (applications had opened up at SXSW). This is a smart move for the network to be able to tap into the potential success of these companies beyond just partnering with them...

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Matcha launches on the iPad to help TV show discovery

One of the biggest challenges in TV today is finding the content you want to watch. With the addition of Netflix, Hulu, iTunes, Amazon to the already 500-channel universe -- and your DVR -- discovery is most difficult than ever. Not to mention, content appears in different windows on different platforms. Last year we wrote about Matcha.tv, a TV discovery site that enables users to discover content across Netflix, Hulu, iTunes, Amazon and Xfinity.

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Matcha's social TV guide connects with Netflix, Hulu

One of the biggest challenges in TV today is finding the content you want to watch. With the addition of Netflix, Hulu, iTunes, Amazon to the already 500-channel universe -- and your DVR -- discovery is most difficult than ever. Not to mention, content appears in different windows on different platforms. Last year we wrote about Matcha.tv, a TV discovery site that enables users to discover content across Netflix, Hulu, iTunes, Amazon and Xfinity.

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