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    FORA Economy

    FORA Economy

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    Fora TV
    FORA Economy is a web channel from Fora.tv that focuses on anything and everything around the topic of economics. The web casts include a variety of issues of varying complexity, so that both economy buffs and newbies can find something educational. There are up-to-date segments about current economic news for the economy gurus out there, such as The Hoover Institution’s Murdoch sharing his point of view on Paywalls, Print Media, and the iPad. There are basic looks into the basis of economy for the economic amateurs out there, such as HSM Global’s Michael Howe explaining why the customer is the driver of the market as well as why that concept extends to make the customer the driver of the economy at large. Anyone who deals with money, which is almost everyone, can stand to learn about the economy and for any of those who are interested, FORA Economy is a great, easily accessible online resource.moreless
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    DrupalEasy

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    DrupalEasy is a web series that offers tutorials and instructions for Drupal, a content management platform. For business owners, students or any person who needs an easier way to manage online content, DrupalEasy takes the guesswork and confusion out of using the open source platform. The episodes are designed to be friendly for either beginners or those who have previous experience using Drupal. Used as a supplemental material, the web series offers extra functionality for Drupal-powered sites.moreless
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    60 Minutes Overtime

    60 Minutes Overtime

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    CBS News
    60 Minutes Overtime is a CBS News online video series designed for 60 Minutes fans who can't get enough quality reporting and interviews from the weekly 60 Minutes episodes. In these extra-credit featurettes, the cast and crew of 60 Minutes provide their own commentary on the process of creating the 60 Minutes segments, offering viewers a behind-the-scenes look at the efforts involved with creating one of the most respected and long-running news programs in the world. 60 Minutes began in 1968 and quickly became a staple of investigative reporting, earning over seventy-five Emmy Awards for its reliability and integrity. Now you can get the inside scoop on your favorite segments in this series that reveals how this classic series continues to produce top-notch stories about the world's hottest topics. 60 Minutes Overtime is the perfect series for 60 Minutes fans with a thirst for world news.moreless
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    CBS Money Watch

    CBS Money Watch

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    CBS
    CBS Money Watch is a collaboration between CBS and the business and finance masterminds at BNET. Multiple videos are posted daily and focus on a number of different aspects of the economic world, including: retirement, investing, savings, and real estate. Videos are normally one to two minutes long, and offer a brief-rundown of the latest economic news as well as updates on all of the major market indexes including the NASDAQ Composite, S&P 500, Russell 1000, NYSE Composite and more. Anchors include Peggy Bunker and Alexis Chrisafis. In addition to being a long running segment of the CBS Evening News, CBS Money Watch is also a popular blog of the same name featuring editors Eric Schurenberg, Jill Schlesinger, Rachel Elson, Jack Otter, Nelson Wang, and Rich Eisenberg. These editors also conduct in-depth video interviews with writers, economists, and other figures in the business world. CBS Money Watch is a must visit video destination for the latest in economic developments.moreless
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    Forum Network Lectures

    Forum Network Lectures

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    PBS
    Forum Network Lectures are videos of leading scholars, artists, scientists, politicians, and activists made available for on-line streaming by WGBH, Boston, and PBS. In an effort to expand the boundaries of public knowledge and make advanced education and cutting-edge thought available to anyone interested, this video series allows the lectures of our time's leading thinkers to reach a wider audience than ever before. No topic is deemed unworthy in Forum Network Lectures. In one episode, comparative religion expert Karen Armstrong presents her Case for God. In another, Nguvi Kahiha discusses his experience being black in Germany and explains the Afro-German identity. Folk legend Joan Baez discussed her life as a musician and a social activist in one installment. Joss Whedon, the creator of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Firefly, received the 2009 Outstanding Lifetime Achievement Award in Cultural Humanism in one episode, taking the opportunity to share his experiences as an activist and a creator. Forum Network Lectures combine the educational value of a leading lecture series with the accessibility of internet video.moreless
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    Start-Up Junkies

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    Mojo
    Start-Up Junkies is a web reality series from Mojo that profiles CEO/Entrepreneur and start-up junkie Ron Wiener and his new project. Earth Class Mail will provide a comprehensive online mail management solution, where its simple and intuitive interface can help business manage their important mail or documents by converting them into safe and secure digital formats. At least that is how Ron and his group of engineers, marketing members, and sales execs feel about the next generation of the virtual office. Knowing that nine out of ten start-up are doomed to fail, Ron and his team will schmooze, humor, wine and dine their potential investors in an effort to secure millions in funding. Turning Earth Class Mail from a promising idea into a profitable and innovate online business.moreless
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    Social Brew

    Social Brew

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    Revision3
    Social Brew is the show that takes you inside the world of social networking services. From Linked-in to Facebook, Myspace, Twitter -just to name a few - we've got you covered. Each week we'll feature interviews, demos, and new information on the growing trend of social networks. Plus, there will always be a lot of viewer interaction!moreless
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    Digg Dialogg

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    Revision3
    Digg Dialogg is a spinoff of Diggnation that allows the Digg community and its users to submit questions to celebrities, leaders, and luminaries. It is a talk show that uses the community features of Digg, mainly voting on the most popular questions to be asked, to determine its format. By using this Digg format, Digg Dialogg returns to power of the interview to the community and the viewers, letting them determine the flow of the conversation and the sort of questions the guests have to answer. This allows for a more lively discussion, as the interviewees get more interesting questions based on what people actually want to talk about.moreless
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    Digital Giants

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    BBC
    Digital Giants is a technology-based talk show on BBC, which features the giants of the digital world discussing what they believe the future will look like, as far as technology is concerned. The digital giants that are invited on to the show to share their opinions make up a very diverse group. In one episode, Victor Koo, founder and CEO of the Chinese video website YouKu.com, discusses his perception of the accuracyor inaccuracy of the American depiction of Chinese censorship levels. In another episode, Steve Ballmer, CEO of Microsoft and one of the wealthiest people alive with a 2010 net worth of over $14 million, discusses cloud computing and his vision of a combined platform for television, radio, and internet in the future. Whether It is unarguable that technology is very important to today's society and thus Digital Giants is an interesting show that takes a look at where that is going.moreless
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    TimesCast

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    New York Times
    TimesCast gives you a look inside The New York Times newsroom, the stories that are making the headlines, and how editorial decisions are made. The show is broken down into daily segments, specifically highlighting the most important and most popular stories of the day. Whether it's local, national, or international news, The New York Times newspaper has it covered, and you are given a chance to see how it all works in their exclusive show TimesCast.moreless
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    PepsiCo

    PepsiCo

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    PepsiCo's beverage business was founded in 1898 by Caleb Bradham, a New Bern, North Carolina, druggist, who first formulated Pepsi-Cola. Today, Brand Pepsi is part of a portfolio of beverage brands that includes carbonated soft drinks, juices and juice drinks, ready-to-drink teas and coffee drinks, isotonic sports drinks, bottled water and enhanced waters. PNAB has well known brands such as Mountain Dew, Diet Pepsi, Gatorade, Tropicana Pure Premium, Aquafina water, Sierra Mist, Mug, Tropicana juice drinks, Propel, SoBe, Slice, Dole, Tropicana Twister and Tropicana Season's Best. Â At PepsiCo, we believe being a responsible corporate citizen is not only the right thing to do, but the right thing to do for our business.moreless
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    Secret Millionaires Club

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    KOL Kids Online
    Secret Millionaires Club is an animated web show created in conjunction with Warren Buffet, an extremely successful investor. Even though he is worth billions of dollars, Buffet does not believe in spending money frivolously and is dedicated to donating his money to those less fortunate than himself. This project presents some of his financial and life philosophies in a way that makes them easy for kids to comprehend. Buffet's voice is featured in each of the episodes as he helps children learn the skills they need for future success. The short clips provide meaningful advice for the younger generation, discussing the importance of getting to know people before making assumptions about them and revealing how decisions that are made today can lead to future consequences for everyone involved. Other topics include the benefits of maintaining a good reputation, how to stay out of debt, the importance of setting goals and the reasons why everyone should attempt new tasks.moreless
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    Monocle Business

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    Monocle
    Monocle Business is a lifestyle and business web show that features the latest in international news. Videos offer a global perspective on technology, international affairs, auto shows, aircraft and technology. Web show content includes films, documentaries and a daily news column called the Monocolumn, which is an opinion column about the latest pop culture issues. News reports include topical features about international events including Bologna, Italy's University of Gelato, the annual New York Auto Show and the Aircraft Interiors Expo in Hamburg, Germany. There is also a series of business briefings about one of Europe's largest trade shows; the best dining establishments in Lisbon; Iran's blooming economy and Tibet Airlines. The Monocle Summer Series, hosted by Andrew Tuck, Tyler Brule, Rob Bound and Penny Martin, features special weekly guests throughout the summer. The show also brings together live music and videos from some of the hottest bands in the industry.moreless
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    Vitality

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    Yahoo
    Vitality is a web show that takes a look at everyday people who are getting a second chance at living life. The media department at Yahoo sends their reporters into the streets to the capture stories of middle-aged and senior Americans who have restarted their careers. Interested audiences can find people rebooting their life, like model Cindy Joseph who got into the business at age 49. Alan Moore, a 61-year old college football player, shows viewers how he became the oldest intercollegiate athlete in the world. This web series has won over seven Webby awards.moreless
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    Blip on Blip

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    Blip on Blip News on blip from the crew at blip! Blip on Blip is a web series on Blip.TV that takes a behind the scenes look at what is involved in the day-to-day operation of the media website. Host Annie interviews Blip.TV employees, who explain their jobs and what makes the company such a great place to work. Annie tours the office, explaining all of its nooks and crannies, and surprising random employees as they work. Annie seems confused as her tour progresses, and she realizes many of the employees, and their equipment are mysteriously missing. Also presented are reviews of shows the staff thinks are exciting. Annie also interviews Sebastian Mel, the head of the company's sales team. A failed television broadcaster, Sebastian explains how he ended up a salesman, and what qualities go into making a great salesperson. In another episode, Annie interrupts the staff as they pack up the office in preparation for a move to a new site. As they dig through their desks, the staff pulls out and reveals, the secrets of the office, from Miley Cyrus stickers to the rumors of company endorsed beatings.moreless
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    Let's Bet (Vegas Video Network)

    Let's Bet (Vegas Video Network)

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    Let's Bet (Vegas Video Network) is a web series, presented on Blip.TV, which explores the world of sports betting. Hosts Scott Pritchard and Jacob Cannon discuss the stats and details involved in becoming a winning sports bettor. Designed for the hardcore sports bettor, Let's Bet is full of facts and acronyms that only a true fan will understand. Scott Pritchard fires out his winning tips at a steady pace, only stopping to trade verbal jabs with his co-host.moreless
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    WebBeat.TV

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    WebBeat.TV is a weekly netcast produced and hosted by Pelpina Trip. Pelpina Trip has a bachelor's degree in Electronic News from the University of Texas. In her web show, Pelpina discusses intriguing websites, the ever-growing world of social media, new start-up companies that are popping up, and the week's newest viral videos. Pelpina also shows viewers how to use popular web tools easily. To catch up on everything going on in news this week, check out Pelpina's show.moreless
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    Daily Outlook

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    Daily Outlook looks at the foreign exchange market and reports its movements in a video log. UFX investment bank films their spokesperson Mitch Rivers reporting on the fluctuations of world currencies as investors trade money in the FOREX market each day. Daily Outlook gives audiences some insight on the direction of currencies like the U.S. Dollar and the Euro. The web series takes an in-depth look at how foreign policies and speculation change the value of money. World news and banking policies also show up in the video, giving currency traders a web source of up-to-date information.moreless
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    The Do Lectures

    The Do Lectures

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    The Do Lectures is a web series based on various speakers who take part in an annual conference held in Wales. The main goal for each speaker is to inspire the listener to change the world around them and make a difference by discussing the things that are important to them. They discuss a wide range of topics, such as business, environment, education, agriculture, internet and social programs. The goal is for people to want "to do" something that can make significant changes towards progress in the world. Some of the speakers that are part of this series are world traveler and reporter Rolf Potts, founder of the Everest Base Camp Paul Deegan, organic farmer Patrick Holden, team member of The Eden Project Michael Pawlyn and environmentalist Jane Davidson.moreless
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    Green Home TV

    Green Home TV

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    Green Home TV is a web show that focuses on how to live greener. In each episode viewers find practical information on how to design and construct using sustainable products for their homes. Episodes focus on innovative products that help make the world a greener place. In each episode, viewers find tips and techniques for cutting down on water usage without cutting down on convenience, how to harness the sun's power to cut emissions, how to use green materials on the exterior of viewers' homes and more.moreless
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