Several Gannett properties are covering the Hurricanes with Mogulus. We decided therefore to create a special grid, with 6 live channels, that could be embeded anywhere and would give the most complete coverage possible to viewers.
Click here to view it on Mogulus.
You can also watch it on the following websites. The list is not exhaustive and we’ll update you with more links as it happens.
Over the weekend, Beet TV has already commented this live grid.
We look forward to releasing similar innovative widgets in the future, and provide viewers with the best TV and web tools combined!
We are looking forward to the New Media Expo – August 14 – 16, 2008 in the Las Vegas Convention Center. The New Media Expo is a hands-on, exciting, “how-to” event with practical conference sessions about how to produce high-quality online audio and video content, grow a loyal audience, and even make a few bucks with your content in creative ways. Mogulus will have the booth 318, which is very close to the stage in the exhibit hall. Beside that we teamed up with Qik and a Mogulus player (New Media Expo – Channel) will be on 3 screens spread over the exhibit floor. The channel will have feeds from various Qik’ers who will give you snapshots from the conference.
Looking forward to see you at our booth 318 and answer all your Mogulus related questions.
We are working tirelessly at Mogulus to get ready for our big public launch, scheduled for the end of November. When the day finally arrives, we’ll be opening up our beta program (currently being tested by over 15,000 producers) so anyone can launch a channel at any time.
As one more step to the big day, we are releasing “The Mogulus Grid” to our beta community today. This new feature shows the 26 most popular Mogulus channels, live on the same screen and includes a chat feature. Anyone viewing the Mogulus Grid can click over a channel to view it in full motion and sound, or zoom in to focus on a single channel.
The Mogulus Grid will become the main viewing portal for the public to access Mogulus channels. The final version will include a program guide (not yet available in the preview) to search and browse Mogulus channels not on the Grid.
We encourage you to log in today to try the Mogulus Grid, and then to fill out a short survey sharing your experiences. With your suggestions, we’ll be able to wow the public next month with an exciting viewing portal that showcases the best from the Mogulus community.