Political video blogger using SnapStream's TV Search

Jed Lewison, the video blogger behind The Jed Report, has been using SnapStream's TV search appliance to make his point:

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Experimenting with visualizing TV news (and comedy)

Matthew Ericson at the New York Times did a really cool visualization last week, "The Words They Used", comparing the most frequently used words at the Democratic and Republican Conventions (from the article, "Republicans were more likely to talk about businesses and taxes, while Democrats were more likely to mention jobs or the economy.")

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Political video blogger using SnapStream's TV Search

Jed Lewison, the video blogger behind The Jed Report, has been using SnapStream's TV search appliance to make his point:

Read more


TV coverage of the conventions (and the winner is... Hurricane Gustav!

Yesterday, I was wondering who got more national TV coverage during the Republican and the Democratic Conventions, so I decided to put the mostly-hidden graphing feature in SnapStream Enterprise through its paces.

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TV coverage of the conventions (and the winner is... Hurricane Gustav!

Yesterday, I was wondering who got more national TV coverage during the Republican and the Democratic Conventions, so I decided to put the mostly-hidden graphing feature in SnapStream Enterprise through its paces.

Read more


Experimenting with visualizing TV news (and comedy)

Matthew Ericson at the New York Times did a really cool visualization last week, "The Words They Used", comparing the most frequently used words at the Democratic and Republican Conventions (from the article, "Republicans were more likely to talk about businesses and taxes, while Democrats were more likely to mention jobs or the economy.")

Read more


TV coverage of the conventions (and the winner is... Hurricane Gustav!

Yesterday, I was wondering who got more national TV coverage during the Republican and the Democratic Conventions, so I decided to put the mostly-hidden graphing feature in SnapStream Enterprise through its paces.

Read more


New! Enterprise 4.8.2

We've improved existing features and added a few new ones to our TV Search Appliance in turn making recording, searching, clipping, and archiving television more efficient for your organization. Let's take a closer look at what's new.

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Political video blogger using SnapStream's TV Search

Jed Lewison, the video blogger behind The Jed Report, has been using SnapStream's TV search appliance to make his point:

Read more


Experimenting with visualizing TV news (and comedy)

Matthew Ericson at the New York Times did a really cool visualization last week, "The Words They Used", comparing the most frequently used words at the Democratic and Republican Conventions (from the article, "Republicans were more likely to talk about businesses and taxes, while Democrats were more likely to mention jobs or the economy.")

Read more