Tag Archives: Podcast

The Plan8 – 030 – You, Youtube, and The Police

The Plan8 today is discussing the rise of the use to pocket & phone cameras to record police and then posting it to YouTube, and the legal grounds of wiretapping laws being used to “silence” anyone who posted. A visible backlash from the police caught in wrong doing. Today the Plan8 has guests David Rittgers, a Legal Policy Analyst from the Cato Institute, and Lee Tien, Senior Staff Attorney with the Electronic Frontier Foundation.

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The Plan8 – 028 – Week In News

We go through though are top picks of news for the week of August 1st 2010  in tech and internet culture with guest Co-Host: Blogger / Tech Journalist: Tim Conneally of Betanews.com

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The Plan8 – 027 – The State of IPTV

Guests Kelly Sutton & Rob Blatt join host Patrick Roanhouse for an in-depth discussion about the future of IPTV & Internet Provided Video, and the future of content production in general. Our discussion focuses on the issues of IPTV. Trying to understand the semantics of IPTV and all the possible options to replace traditional TV all together. Other topics touched on include Content Creation in the future, The new Advertising method for web videos.

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The Plan8 – 026 – Leo Laporte

The Plan8 host Patrick Roanhouse has the  pleasure to interview Leo Laporte. Chief TWiT of TWiT.Tv podcast network. Leo Laporte has created a little Podcasting Empire that now pulls in a millions dollar a year profit from doing audio / video podcasts that have hosts talking about a range of thing. Originally starting with technology the TWiT network has shows that focus on everything from the daily new of Google with “This Week in Google”, Apple computers with “Macbreak Weekly”, Free / Libre Open Source Software with FLOSS Weekly, Science Chat with Dr Kristen Sanford, NSFW with Brian Brushwood, and many others. Broadcasting daily several shows Leo has shown the world that you can do a full internet television network of high-end HD Broadcasting for less than it would cost even public broadcasting.

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