Citizen Journalist Dispatches from a Portuguese-American, radical, activist-blogger, podjournalist, vlogger, and citizen reporter; living in Amsterdam.
Don't Lose The Question I have been blogging on-off since 99, and videoblogging since 04. I have been involved with political organizations, and I have organized a few conferences in my lifetime. I currently work full-time in a bookstore in Copenhagen, as a rest from the uncertainty and constant anxiety.
Echoplex Park The (mostly) video podcast, or videoblog, or vlog, of Schlomo Rabinowitz, Enabler to the Stars.
Geek Entertainment TV Geek Entertainment TV is an emerging global media empire, reporting from deep inside the bubble as it re-inflates. GETV covers buzzword compliant topics such as web 2.0, tagging, AJAX, social software and the bubble juice known as VCs. We like robots, so you'll hear about that too.
Human Dog Human Dog creates original video series and creative works specifically for the videoblog and video podcast medium. Since 2001, Human Dog has been posting regular original comedy, documentary, and experimental video series online. We are devoted to providing high quality videos for your video iPod, PSP, and 1st Generation Game Boys. We also focus on meat.
Insane Films A common place for not so common subjects, regarding current affairs, human and gay rights, emancipation and performing art. "Now, go fuck yourself".
JET SET SHOW Get your weekly dose of Internet pop culture!
Created by Zadi Diaz and Steve Woolf, JETSET is your guide to what the web is buzzing about. It's Rolling Stone Magazine for the Internet generation.
JETSET is a Webby Award Winner and a Vloggie Award Winner with a large and growing audience. We recently surpassed 1,000,000 views for a single month.
Lo-Fi Saint Louis LO-FI SAINT LOUIS is a twice weekly internet show, produced and created by Bill Streeter featuring live music and features about interesting people places and things in the St. Louis area.
Mobuzz TV Do you prefer the internet to network news? Do you generally go online to check on the latest trends and information? Are you a fan of blogs? Do you appreciate a lighthearted, even irreverent take on current events? But do you hate being tied to your computer? Then MobuzzTV may be just what’re looking for.
Momentshowing What is Momentshowing? Well, it's just a step beyond Storytelling, which was what we did when speaking was the only way to communicate. Now we are adding visual tools to our voices. You can record short Moments, arrange them, and post them with some words. I can then see people all over this planet show their world. Iraq, for instance. Michigan. Shinjuku. San Paulo. What's it look like? News doesn't show us but we can show each other. Funny, serious, weird.
United Vloggers Who is we? We is us, who believe in the power of vlogging; in personalized, subjective, outspoken, peculiar and compassionate stories, made in alternative formats and told by exceptional storytellers.
Video journalist Africa My name is Ruud Elmendorp and I am a Dutch video journalist. As freelance correspondent I produce reports and documentaries on news and current affairs in Africa, and abroad. They are broadcasted on television and the Internet. The job I mastered in The Netherlands by reporting for regional and national television. After being a correspondent in Southern Sudan I moved to Nairobi in 2002.
Vlog Soup Steve Garfield is a video blogger based in Boston, Massachusetts. Garfield is one of the Internet's first video bloggers having launched his own regular video blog on January 1, 2004.
Garfield likes to capture and share fleeting moments and teach others how to do the same. This led to his becoming co-creator of the first vloggercon, and a co-organizer of the first PodCamp held in Boston.
He currently runs the Boston Media Makers.
Steve Garfield’s Video Blog features "The Carol & Steve Show" and "Vlog Soup." On February 3, 2005, Garfield posted what is believed to be the first video blog from a United States elected politician, Boston City Councillor John Tobin.
Garfield is currently a regular contributor to Rocketboom and a co-host of the New Mediacracy podcast.
WATCHME@XOLO.TV There’s a lot of great media out there on the web. And we are reviewing it so you don’t have to! Check XOLO.TV every week for videos on the latest news in the media blogging community, reviews of new videoblogs, and cool filtered films.
Wreck & Salvage Wreck & Salvage LLC is a collective of three like-minded artists producing original video content for the internet. We share a love of rust and rotting wood, postcard landscapes and decaying industry.
From my feeds: Blaine Harden from the Washingonpost is suprised that Japanese bloggers are blogging...in Japanese! Eventhough there are almost a billion and a half English speaking people on this planet! Who would've thunk. Luckily, he leads us further on his cultural cyber trip. Sigh.