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The Fix and You Tube: Perfect Together

A few weeks ago, the Fix had the opportunity to moderate a panel -- sponsored by You Tube -- that explored the ways in which mainstream media organizations are using web video now and how they plan to use it in the future.

The panelists included Jim Brady of washingtonpost.com, Ann Derry of the New York Times, Refet Kaplan of foxnews.com, Lila King of CNN.com and iReport and Jon Sawyer of the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting.

It was an interesting discussion about how web video can and is being incorporated into every aspect of journalism. Here at The Fix we are formulating our plans to do even more video -- FixCam on steroids, you might say -- so stay tuned.

In the meantime, the entire discussion is below. Enjoy!

By Chris Cillizza  |  January 28, 2009; 7:30 PM ET
Categories:  Fix Notes  
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Comments

Speaking of TV...

All Americans will be watching DTV in the very near future.

But will DTV be watching THEM?

Could there be more to Congress' refusal to delay the shut-off of traditional analog TV in favor of digital TV (DTV)?

Does the switch to DTV open a powerful and largely unknown electronic door to censorship -- and, perhaps, in-home warrantless surveillance?

Is there a hidden agenda in the GOP's refusal to delay the shut-off of traditional TV, a decision that surely will leave millions of Americans without access to broadcast TV?

Read this and decide for yourself:

http://my.nowpublic.com/world/digital-tv-switch-opens-electronic-door-censors-and-spies

OR

http://My.NowPublic.com/scrivener

Posted by: scrivener50 | January 28, 2009 11:36 PM | Report abuse

Tea leaf readers, shamans, and the merely mildly intoxicated will note that Chris is wearing a blue tie.

Posted by: officermancuso | January 28, 2009 10:40 PM | Report abuse

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