Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Vol Tube

Vol Tube

Women During The Pregnancy Year Television Coverage Video 2

Posted by admin On January - 24 - 2011

Women During The Pregnancy Year Television Coverage Video 2

Television Comes To London – Part One

Posted by admin On January - 24 - 2011

Television Comes To London was first shown on the opening night of the BBC Television Service, 2nd November 1936. It was shot by Bill Barbrook, the film assistant’, and showed activity behind the scenes in the year running up to the launch – including footage of the mast being erected on the south east tower at Alexandra Palace. It was edited down to 15 minutes, set to an excerpt from Dvorak’s New World Symphony, and transmitted through a telecine machine. Click this link for Part Two of the film www.youtube.com This film footage is from the Archive Collection held and administered by the Alexandra Palace Television Society. www.apts.org.uk ~ APTS ~ Preserving the televisual past for the digital future

The State of the Television Industry

Posted by admin On January - 24 - 2011

Join entertainment industry leaders for a discussion on emerging trends that are transforming the television industry, including new programming forms, the impact of new technologies, and the future of the medium. Series: Carsey-Wolf Center for Film, Television, and New Media at UCSB [10/2008] [Humanities] [Arts and Music] [Show ID: 15028]

Television – Venus DeMilo

Posted by admin On January - 24 - 2011

Television playing Venus DeMilo at the Central Park Summerstage

Television Venus De Milo–Demo

Posted by admin On January - 24 - 2011

1974. Produced by Brian Eno

The History of Television – 02

Posted by admin On January - 24 - 2011

An Internet series focusing on the early days of television. Produced by OnWeb Television for the Internet start up company Spogger.

PUPAJIM – Television Addict

Posted by admin On January - 24 - 2011

Nova Playlist

How to Connect Your Laptop to Your Television

Posted by admin On January - 24 - 2011

Expand the description and view the text of the steps for this how-to video. Check out Howcast for other do-it-yourself videos from thefactory and more videos in the Laptop Computers category. You can contribute too! Create your own DIY guide at www.howcast.com or produce your own Howcast spots with the Howcast Filmmakers Program at www.howcast.com Tired of squinting over your laptop? There are several ways to turn a big-screen TV into your new computer monitor and enjoy video games, web content, and photos like never before. To complete this How-To you will need: A laptop A digital television A male-to-male video cable of one of the following types: S-Video VGA 15-pin DVI DVI-to-HDMI A mini-to-RCA audio cable A PC-to-TV converter box A mini-DVI-to-VGA or mini-DVI-to-DVI adapter for Macs Step 1: Connect with S-Video First, connect a video cable — you’ve got several choices. For PC users, an easy option is an S-Video cable. Most PCs and digital televisions are equipped with an S-Video port. Tip: The ends of S-Video cables usually feature either four or seven pins and pinholes. Check your TV and laptop ports to make sure they match. Step 2: Connect with VGA If you have an older HDTV, try a VGA cable, which produces better picture quality and works with both Macs and PCs. To connect, turn off your laptop and your TV. Find the trapezoid-shaped VGA outlets on the TV and on your laptop. Once you’re connected, power everything back on. Tip: Macs need a DVI- or mini-DVI-to-VGA

Television – Foxhole (live)

Posted by admin On January - 24 - 2011

Foxhole by Television

Television – Marquee Moon

Posted by admin On January - 24 - 2011

Tom verlaine and co. playing at central Park’s Summertage

BP Spills Coffee

Posted by admin
Jan-24-2011 I Comments Off on BP Spills Coffee

stand up comedy – Martin Lawrence, Chris Tucker and Bernie M

Posted by admin
Jan-24-2011 I Comments Off on stand up comedy – Martin Lawrence, Chris Tucker and Bernie M