January 17, 2022

Gillmor Gang: Who’s On First

Even the Gang newsletter sports a link to Om Maliks post on Nam June Paik, the speculative video leader. I was his TA at California Institute of the Arts, and “borrowed” his associate Abes 3 Sony black and white portapacks to film a Firesign Theatre composing session. Civilization ho.

On this edition of the Gillmor Gang, Brent Leary flaunts his new cordless adaptor for his live streaming studio. The outcome is a fascinating view of his console as he changes in between closeups and incoming feed from the rest of the Gang, all recorded in a widescreen cinematic view. The underlying message is that live realtime video production has really ended up being available to virtually any person as streaming winds up prevailing at the so-called resident level.

Roll this up with the extremely first wave of work from anywhere efforts to get back to school and the workplace, streaming as a service may be an essential function of the continuous hybrid method to fighting off the pandemic. Newsletter deals are going after a reducing population of hit authors as the New York Times puts many of their star-driven publications behind the paywall.

Trendsetters like Brent and his CRMPlayaz partner in criminal activity Paul Greenberg have actually been approach out on the bleeding edge of this things; now were seeing something similar to whats going on in the designer boom. Newsletters are ending up being a baked in function of the significant social platforms, as is live audio streaming a la Clubhouse and Twitter Spaces. Today, Salesforce announced its Salesforce+ streaming network, and honored its conclusion of the Slack acquisition with numerous new organization spins on live audio (Huddles) and cross-company partnership by means of Slack Connect.

from the Gillmor Gang Newsletter

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The Gillmor Gang– Frank Radice, Michael Markman, Keith Teare, Denis Pombriant, Brent Leary and Steve Gillmor. Taped live Friday, July 23, 2021.

Produced and directed by Tina Chase Gillmor @tinagillmor

@fradice, @mickeleh, @denispombriant, @kteare, @brentleary, @stevegillmor, @gillmorgang

On this edition of the Gillmor Gang, Brent Leary exposes off his brand-new cordless adaptor for his live streaming studio. The outcome is an interesting view of his console as he alters in between closeups and inbound feed from the remainder of the Gang, all caught in a widescreen cinematic view. The underlying message is that live realtime video production has in fact wound up being available to essentially anybody as streaming ends up being ubiquitous at the so-called resident level.

Newsletters are ending up being a baked in function of the significant social platforms, as is live audio streaming a la Clubhouse and Twitter Spaces. On this edition of the Gillmor Gang, Brent Leary shows off his brand-new cordless adaptor for his live streaming studio. The underlying message is that live realtime video production has actually ended up being accessible to almost anybody as streaming ends up being common at the so-called resident level.

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Even the Gang newsletter sports a link to Om Maliks post on Nam June Paik, the experimental video leader.

On this edition of the Gillmor Gang, Brent Leary reveals off his brand-new wireless adaptor for his live streaming studio.

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