Given that I hold the strong personal belief that there is ONE technology (RSS Enclosure- casting /smirk) and DOZENS of genres, (videoblogs = one single genre), I'd say that you might be able to stick to four kinds of content, with two examples each.
Something show-like: These might emulate the *medium* (different from the industry) of television or theatre Rocketboom, TikiBarTV, Backstaging, CommandN Something news/info-like: Anything citizen journalistic, educational These can also be something designed for marketing purposes. Hey, check out videos that might interest your client like Snowboard or Golf videoblogs. Something personal-like: pick any vlog really No shortage here. Go find a kid's birthday party or soccer game. Personal stuff is the largest pool of content Something art-like: picky anything not necessarily personal or newsy, but artsy and/or abstract. Also might be created by a personal vlogger. Hope that helps and sorry for being balanced and level headed. ;-) ER --- In email@example.com, Darryl Mitteldorf <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > I'm trying to describe vlogs and their potential to board members of my > nonprofit (it took me over an hour to explain what a podcast is, last > year). It would be helpful to have 5-10 examples of vlogs, as recommended > by "our" community, for me to illustrate my presentation. It might also be > a fun exercise for us to come up with a list of ten vlogs that > approximate/illustrate what vlogs are about. So, with rocketboom as a > given, what do you all thing are 5-10 vlogs that can show a newcomer what > vlogs are all about? Also, with yoru list suggestions, you might suggest > how vlogs fit into diffeent catagories, such as an example of a personal > vlog, a community activist vlog, a "seehere" vlog, a "lame" vlog, an "arty" > vlog, etc. Thanks, Darryl > Yahoo! Groups Links <*> To visit your group on the web, go to: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/videoblogging/ <*> To unsubscribe from this group, send an email to: [EMAIL PROTECTED] <*> Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to: http://docs.yahoo.com/info/terms/