August 16, 2012

Have you seen "HuffPost Live" from The Huffington Post?

The Huffington Post has formally launched its Online TV network, HuffPost Live. The current lineup has 12 hours of original programming a day, with a rotating series of hosts.

Could this new platform model work for print media (newspapers) as well; as they look towards survival in the midst of remaining relevant in the digital age? Our first impression of Huff Post Live is that it's a major step up from online TV broadcasts like Ustream. It's also a lot better than what we've seen from some radio stations and broadcasters that have tried to attract listeners to their websites by showing live in-studio webcams. Not only is it interactive, but it's engaging. It's definitely taking social media to the next level. All they have to do now is work out some of the technological streaming bugs and glitches...

Watch it here.

Read more on this new platform from the LostRemote website article- ‘HuffPo Live’ aims to reinvent webcasts with shift from ‘presentation to participation’.

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