An Early Timeline Of VideoBlogging
Inspired by the Social Software Timeline
, this is the videoblogging timeline, listing relevant events in the (still early) history of videoblogging.
Please feel free to add to or update this timeline. Try to leave references to your statements.
- AT&T builds the first Picturephone test system. Source
- Douglas Engelbart demonstrates videoconferencing over a network. Engelbart demonstrated NLS at the Fall Joint Computer Conference in 1968 in a presentation to several thousand conference participants. He demonstrated the mouse, the first working form of hypertext, and a form of video teleconferencing." Source
- AT&T offers Picturephone for $160 per month. Source
- Packet Video Protocol (PVP), by Randy Cole, USC/ISI Source
- AT&T's $1,500 videophone for home market. Source
- Samsung releases the first MPEG-4 streaming 3G (CDMA2000-1x) video cell phone Source
Human Dog begins regularly posting video. Not quite videoblogs, but it's a start. (Summer of Van Torre?
- World's first trans-atlantic tele gallbladder surgery. Source
- NTT Do Co Mo? sells $570 3G (WCDMA) mobile videophone. Source
- TV reporters use $7,950 portable satellite videophone to broadcast live from Afghanistan. Source
- Serious Magic ships first version of Visual Communicator (http://www.seriousmagic.com) a software TV Studio In a Box that features live teleprompter, effects and green screen.
- Charles Eicher premieres BlogTV using Quick Time Streaming Server
- Macro Media? conducts videoblogging experiment using Flash. Jeremy Allaire? writes Thoughts on Video Blog Experiment: «Over the past several days a number of us Macromedians conducted an experiment by using a simple Flash Com? video communications applications to blog about the Macromedia Dev Con? developer's conference."
- Chuck Olsen posts his first videoblog, a tribute to Paul Wellstone.
- Textamerica Introduces Camera Phone Video Moblogging (videomoblogging? movideoblogging? movoblogging?) (12/09/2003,Source)
- Vidblogs dot com officially launches, with over 30 active video bloggers.
- Charlene, a professional editor by day, starts her videoblog after talking to Mica.
- The first known sign-video-blog entry (using sign language in video on a blog)
- The first known videoblog that allows video-comments.
- Aug 23 The collaborative video project, Excuisite Corpse begins.
- First beta of Creative Commons Publisher is released, allowing videobloggers to easily upload large videos that the Internet Archive? will host for free if they have a Creative Commons? license.
- Joshua Kinberg create's Vipodder, a videoblog aggregator based on the iPodder concept using Applescript, Perl, and Cellulo 2.0 a quicktime playlist application for Mac OS X.
announces video blogging tool Vlog It!" at CES and debuts Vlog.com
. Receives coverage on CNN, Washington Post and others.
See also the Video Blogging People
list and Press Articles