Last night, more than 2000 viewers tuned in to the Boxee Mogulus channel boxeemeetups to watch the company’s NY Meetup streamed live, as they launched a new “bleeding edge” alpha version of their platform.
Boxee integrated the Mogulus player in order to promote the event within their application (see snapshots).
The performance will be a deliberately concise concert, embracing Twitter’s “ethos” of condensed content. The program will be as follows: Prelude Suite#1 (Bach), Spiegel im Spiegel (Pärt), Appalachian Waltz (O’Connor), Corpus Christi Carol (Britten), Song of the Birds (Beamish). And yes, it is exactly 140 characters long..!
After the event, archive recordings will be uploaded for “on demand” HD viewing, linked from the same sites as above.
Hosted by CNN anchor Rick Sanchez and streamed live from the Galapagos Art Space in Brooklyn, NY, the Shorty Awards attracted more than thousand viewers online last night. The ceremony awarded the best producers of short (140 characters or less, on Twitter) content in 2008.
To watch the ceremony on-demand, click here or play, below.
Is it a classic case of forgive and forget? This week Obama called on gay Episcopal bishop, Gene Robinson, to deliver the invocation at the ceremonial kick-off to Inauguration Week at the Lincoln Memorial.
Has this addition to the inaugural lineup offset Obama’s pick of evangelical celebrity Rick Warren, outspoken opponent of gay marriage and a woman’s right to choose, chosen to deliver the invocation at the 56th President’s swearing in ceremony?
To talk about whether Obama has fixed his Rick Warren problem are Jane Hamsher, Faye Wattleton, Kenyon Farrow, and Eleanor Smeal.
Hosted by Laura Flanders.
Live today at 12pm EST on mogulus.com/lauraflanders
David Cameron created a section on his website, “Cameron Direct“, dedicated to his online presence, and embedded the non-branded Mogulus Pro player for the live webcast from Chatham and Aylesford, England.
On the heels of its Macworld 2009 presentation in San Francisco, the new Apple centric documentary, “Welcome to Macintosh” will have a special one-time online screening, Monday, January 12th at 9:30pm ET on TheDigitalLifestyle.tv and mogulus.com/tdl.
Filmmakers Rob Baca and Josh Rizzo will participate in a live chat during the screening where viewers can ask questions about it the movie, the people and the creation process.
“We are thrilled to bring this special screening to the Mac community,” said Ryan Ritchey, founder of TheDigitalLifestyle.tv. The film’s Macworld presentation drew and international crowd and included discussions with Apple legends Steve Wozniak, Guy Kawasaki, Ron Wayne, and others.
Tune in to the TDL Mogulus channel tomorrow night at 9:30pm EST!