Don't make me pee on your carpet dude. What's your beef?

--- In videoblogging@yahoogroups.com, "taulpaulmpls" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>
> Damn Chuck, here's where I whap you over the nose with a newspaper...
> 
> We need to talk.
> 
> 
> --- In videoblogging@yahoogroups.com, "Chuck Olsen"
> <reallystinkyguy@> wrote:
> >
> > Here's my edited response to all this from 3vilvlog:
> > 
> > "We make money, you make money." Is that in an agreement someplace?
> > That should be front and center. Everyone wants our content these days,
> > and everyone wants it for free so they can make money off of it and we
> > get squat. So skepticism is a natural first response.
> > 
> > Here's a question I don't know the answer to: How does TV Guide work?
> > Who pays whom? Obviously a TV show or channel would be foolish to not
> > be included in a tv guide or online program guides. And obviously,
> in the
> > case of TV Guide, they make money off of that. In return, they bring an
> > audience. It's a tradeoff.
> > 
> > Same thing is happening right now in online video. Networks and guides
> > are popping up. At the outset we'll have a lot of them. Blip is
> trying to be
> > that for their own content, same with Revver, same with MySpace.
> Mefeedia
> > has always been a guide for vlogging, but I think they're lacking in
> > resources and interface. (But I still love you!)
> > 
> > I think Network2 can be a good, useful guide to online shows/vlogs/etc
> > and I personally *want* the stuff I produce to be linked and seen by
> more
> > people. And yes, if they make money, I want to make money.
> > 
> > 
> > Something that's never really been resolved: By the act of
> publishing with RSS
> > aren't we allowing this kind of usage? Aren't we saying, "spread my
> content"?
> >
>


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