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Liberao da emisso de imagens cria uma febre de vdeos circulando no ciberespao. iTunes, YouTube, Google Videos, so os sites mais conhecidos, e as tecnologias usadas as mais variada (gravaes de tv, shots com celulares, mini-dvs…). Aqui no Brasil o Overmundo disponibilizou pela primeira vez um longa, Cafun, de Bruno Vianna. Isso sem falar em sites de dowload de filmes pagos, emissoras de tv, etc…

A videosfera est em expanso na cibercultura. O mais interessante mesmo a produo independente, a circulao e a reconfigurao da paisagem miditica contempornea (os princpios de conexo, emisso livre e reocnfigurao que desenvolvi em alguns artigos).

Para mais detalhes vejam a matria do PC World, Video Everywhere :

Excerto:

“All of a sudden, videos are all over the Web. Here’s how to find them and watch them anywhere, whether on your PC, TV, or mobile device.

Jim Feeley
Tuesday, July 25, 2006 01:00 AM PDT

Apple says it has sold over 30 million videos through its iTunes Store since October 2005. That’s impressive. But YouTube, currently the most popular site for sharing amateur video, claims to serve up 100 million video viewings each day. That’s stupefying.

These days, everything from Hollywood films and TV shows to clips from ordinary users is available right in your browser. Even cell phones are in on the act, with news, sports, and lots of short video segments just a dial away. But although video options are proliferating at an astonishing pace, problems persist, including format incompatibility across platforms, license restrictions on content, and–still–a limited selection of good videos.”