DTV Becomes Democracy: Internet Video's Killer App Goes Cross-Platform
POSTED ON 2/22/2006 | PERMALINK |
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The Particpary Culture Foundation's brilliant video aggregator, DTV, has changed its name for its debut on the Windows platform. Is it mere coincidence that this came along just as congress is talking about ending public access cable television? Probably. But that doesn't lessen it's position as a powerful replacement for the medium. Democracy is open-source, completely free and remarkably user-friendly.
Download a copy, making sure to subscribe to Rocketboom, Tiki Bar TV, Videobomb and hundreds of other shows that are built right in to the application as well as external services like blip.tv. The ease of use is rivaled only by the plethora of surprisingly high quality entertainment. It'll be sad when public access cable goes away, but it's a relief that we have a great replacement in Democracy.
- Participatory Culture Foundation - download Democracy
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