[Theora] [Fwd: DTV beta for Mac is now live]
stevehutch at gmx.net
Tue Aug 9 15:17:59 PDT 2005
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Betreff: DTV beta for Mac is now live
Datum: 9 Aug 2005 18:42:01 -0000
Von: David Moore :: Participatory Culture <drm at ppolitics.org>
An: stevehutch at gmx.net
This is a big day for us-- we just released a Beta of DTV for Mac OS X.
You can download it now at http://participatoryculture.org/. It's
totally free and open-source.
The Windows version and full DTV launch is coming in just a few weeks...
DTV is an internet TV player: you can browse the built-in Channel Guide
and subscribe to dozens of channels. Watch fullscreen: music videos,
documentaries, video blogs and more.
You can submit your channels to our open Channel Guide, or make your own
channel with Broadcast Machine. And you don't need to be a videomaker to
have your own channel -- use Broadcast Machine to link to videos from
all over the place.
There are known bugs in this version, but we’re excited to get this DTV
beta out into the world – we’d love to hear your feedback.
The goal here is to make sure that internet TV is open and independent.
Free, open source software and open standards (like RSS) mean anyone can
watch and everyone has a voice.
Help us spread the word as widely as possible about the beta for Mac.
Internet TV should be free and open-source, just like blogging and
podcasting, and we need your help to make sure the open-source stuff
takes the lead.
One last thing: our design contest is still running, so you could win
$1000 if you submit a DTV interface mockup and we use your design (or
$300 for a logo).
Thanks to: our development team, our design team (especially the
volunteers), everyone who’s given us feedback and bug reports on DTV so
far, and our partner organizations (check out some cool new channels in
DTV showing right now).
Download DTV beta for Mac OS X today: http://participatoryculture.org/
And after you try it, let us know what you think! Send us your thoughts
at feedback at ppolitics.org.
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