forex tv Edit
- http://www.fxclub.com/forex-tv-en/ forex club tv
video distribution and caching Edit
* http://cachevideos.com/ * http://www.vidiscript.com/ * http://www.swissvpn.net/ * http://www.rapidshare.com/
Open video Edit
* http://www.dvidshub.net/ http://tech.slashdot.org/comments.pl?sid=09/05/07/2352203 0. http://metavid.org/ 1. http://web.mit.edu/xiphmont/Public/theora/demo7.html 2. http://openvideoconference.org/ 3. http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/3.5b4/releasenotes/ 4. http://techblog.wikimedia.org/ 5. http://www.mpegla.com/news/n_03-11-17_avc.html
http://xfer.avnet.com/ File upload utility
disruptive technology Edit
Why does the TV industry need to keep Web video off your big-screen TV? Not because it hates technology. But because it hasn't figured out how to make money off Web video yet -- and needs you to keep watching TV on your TV. http://www.businessinsider.com/nbc-boss-explains-why-boxee-users-cant-have-hulu-2009-3
Watch net videos on tv http://boxee.tv/
http://www.fbcradio.org/fbcradio-dialup-firewall.asx Sacred radio
pirate bay Edit
Mininova, isoHunt and Demonoid, torrenthound, seedpeer .
talk radio Edit
Television over Internet Edit
Of all the possible reasons for planting telephone poles I believe that TelevisionOverInternet is the one application alone that would justify such an endevour. Television streaming, CctvCameras, uncapped Internet and doing something positive for South Africa will be the impetus for the creation of these telephone and cellular Voip exchanges. The same wires that carry the CCTV stream will also carry YouTube. Thus multimedia services and an Internet feed will subsidize the CctvCameras and ImageProcessing network enabling the decentralized convergence of voice, video and data - solving the crime and Telkom impediment.
What we want is a dynamic content delivery service that streams IP protocol based video images to our PC using the same thing that Telkom uses for the purpose: DsLam Our Internet experience is crippled in South Africa due to the cost of bandwidth. Only by combining our resources and building our own exchanges will multi-media services like http://www.youtube.com , http://video.google.com and http://www.cspan.org become and affordable alternative to Naspers Multichoice. See HighBandwidthR100000.
Obtain licensing rights Edit
With a large enough network we can just like the NaspersProblem obtain licensing rights to stream television channels over our networks, see - http://zattoo.com/en/about-zattoo/what-is-zattoo. Content will be legally hosted on a local server and streamed to the end-user via a ResidentialWiFiHotSpot.
Naspers and Telkoms interests converging Edit
He who controls the IP protocol to your home controls the future of broadcasting and publishing in this country. And this is why the DsLam is such a critical piece of hardware and why I say that Telkom and Naspers is in a vast conspiracy to prevent you personally from using a DsLam in a TelephoneNetworkRollout - they don't want to deal with 1000 houses but with each individually. More on this under LegalPerspective. With high uncapped Internet bandwidth rather subscribe for $3/month to the http://CNN.com video stream. But with the Internet video and data services converge over one protocol. The Telkom-Naspers alliance forced Vic de Klerk a journalist writing for the Financial mail to write a fact free article about how Telkom isn't really scamming the the average South African. Internet radio stations are streamed to the users that subscribe to it. Listening to 24hour Internet radio for a month will use 7.7gigs of International bandwidth. Only with our own telephone exchange will uncapped multi-media services become affordable. If 20 houses in 5 streets listen to the same channel they have to collectively pay for 154Gigs instead of just 7.7gigs. By using a proxy server or Ice cast server and caching the streams the data has to be downloaded only once. The Ice cast server converts the audio stream to MP3 on the fly an retransmits it to each listener. In motivating a TelephoneNetworkRollout to your neighbour you will have to provide these sorts of reasons.
Can't do this with just MeshNetworking alone Edit
Only by combining a TelephoneNetworkRollout with MeshNetworking and WiMax will this type of content be available at affordable rates. The Internet multimedia content will subsidize the CctvCameras - converging voice, video and data.
Funny, but the real reason it didn't melt is because they refuse to stream video across international boundaries so most of the world cannot access it...
I'm from Australia, currently living in Norway, and I definitely wanted to watch the Aussies and also be able to watch with English commentary, rather than Norwegian. So I bypassed those regional restrictions to stream video from both NBC and Yahoo7 [yahoo7.com.au]. It can be done with either a VPN or SSH tunnelling to a server in the USA (for NBC) or Australia (for Yahoo7).
If you have a server available to do it, SSH tunnelling is as simple as:
ssh -D 8080 -fN email@example.com
Then set your browser to use localhost:8080 as a SOCKS 5 host.
Otherwise, eurosport [yahoo.com] apparently has streaming available in Europe, but it costs a few dollars; and, if it works in your country, I'm told youtube.com/beijing2008 [youtube.com] has some videos, but I'm not sure which countries that's available in (It doesn't seem to be available in either Australia, Norway or the USA)
Finally, as a last resort, you can try downloading events recorded from TV through either usenet, bittorrent or other P2P networks.
Vid Stream Edit
Video streams and Audio streams Edit
- http://www.tconvert.com/ video audio conversion application
- http://trial.p2p-next.org/ P2P player
- http://zattoo.com/ Video meets PC
- http://www.getmiro.com/ Video player free open source plays all formats
- http://www.kinodv.org/article/archive/0 Decodes Firewire protocol
Audio streams Edit
* http://www.thepodcastnetwork.com/shows-a-z/ * http://www.linuxtv.org/wiki/index.php/Main_Page * http://www.whvtfm.com/pledge.htm * http://krla870.townhall.com/talkradio/show.aspx?radioshowid=3 * http://radio.indypgh.org/ * http://www.archive.org/details/audio_news * http://www.eeng.dcu.ie/~tkpw/tcr/volume-03/ * http://www.mp3fiesta.com/search/?text=bach * http://www.coasttocoastam.com/shows/2007/05/06.html#recap * http://www.sundaybaroque.org * http://www.sundaybaroque.org/listen/sb.asx * http://www.king.org/KingFM.asx * http://www2.krla870.com/listen/ * http://www.wcpe.org * http://www.classicfm.co.za * http://www.wxxi.org/radio/fm/index.html * http://www.classical963fm.com/toronto_guide_movie_reviews_details.php?ID=110 * http://www.rightalk.com * http://rightalk.listenz.com/ * http://www.antfarm.co.za/clients/classicfm/classicfm_22.asx * http://www.classicalmusicamerica.com