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I just returned from the National Association of Broadcasters Show in Las Vegas and the theme of the event was “The Changing Face of Media & Entertainment.” This topic seems particularly relevant due to the insatiable demand for content via traditional media outlets such as televisions, movie theaters and the myriad of new devices including tablets, smart phones, and gaming devices that are all connected to the internet.
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Videos of the day
Remember when James Cameron made a little movie about space marines and a hazardous bug hunt? So do the fans behind this cartoon remake from 1A4 Studio, which compresses two hours of Aliens into just one minute of animation. (NSFW, maybe, if you have the volume up.)
Discovery Networks put this beautifully photographed footage of chickens on the Kansas prairie online as an example of the wildlife action to be found in its new seven-part series North America, which debuted last night.
May 17 Ring of Fire
Photographer Colin Legg captured these images of an annular solar eclipse at sunrise from three different vantage points in Western Australia using Canon 5D Mark II cameras for time-lapse and a Canon 1D C for 4K video. "Hard gig shooting the sun," Legg notes in the Vimeo comments, but we think...