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Peter Kaufman

Peter Kaufman



Peter B. Kaufman is President and CEO of Intelligent Television and Associate Director of the Columbia University Center for New Media Teaching and Learning.

Peter B. Kaufman is President and CEO of Intelligent Television and Associate Director of the Columbia University Center for New Media Teaching and Learning.



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    • Video, Education, and Open Content: Best Practices Production, Distribution, Technology, and Law Columbia University New York May 22, 2007
    • The demand for online video has exploded 100+ million videos watched on YouTube every day; Fox Interactive, Yahoo, Google/YouTube, Viacom, etc.—now stream 7 billion videos/month; BitTorrent – number-one file format on the Internet http://www.oculture.com/
    • Opportunities to produce video are exploding http:// www.apple.com/ilife/imovie / http://www.adobe.com/products/premiere/ http://www.pinnaclesys.com/PublicSite/us/Home/ http://www.jumpcut.com/ “Be good to your video.” http://grouper.com/ “Watch. Share. Create.” http://www.eyespot.com/ “Moviemaking for all of us.” http://www.videoegg.com/ “People-powered media.” http:// video.google.com/videoplay?docid =-1926631993376203020 18:48-17:58
    • Moving image archives are digitizing http:// mic.imtc.gatech.edu / http://newsfilm.bufvc.ac.uk/ http://www.wgbh.org/resources/archives http:// video.google.com/nara.html http:// www.archive.org/details/opensource_movies
    • Personal storage, portability are accelerating Over the past 25 years: - computer processing performance up x 3,500 - computer memory prices down x 45,000 - computer disk storage prices down x 3.6 million Over the next 13 years: an iPod, or a device its size, will be able to hold: - a year’s worth of video (8,760 hours) by 2012 (5 years from now) - all the commercial music ever created by 2015 (8 years), and - all the content ever created (in all media) by 2020 (13 years).
    • Laws and economics are changing
      • Opportunities?
      • produce educational video for university needs and make it available;
      • catalyze new open production initiatives at cultural and educational institutions—and through educational consortia;
      • evaluate the use of such video in teaching and learning and build new tools—editing, annotation, search, summarization—for more cost-efficient video production, collaboration, and distribution worldwide;
      • organize new multi-institutional collaborations into a distributed educational video production network;
      • establish an educational video commons with rich resources; and
      • further define best practices for educational video.