Monthly Archives: November 2015

Get one thing straight: Council Member Antonio Reynoso doesn’t want to allow bicyclists to blow through red lights. What Reynoso does want are traffic laws that acknowledge the considerable differences between cars and bikes, and set expectations accordingly.
Council Member Antonio Reynoso. Photo via City Council
In a resolution Reynoso will introduce this afternoon, which got some withering coverage […]

With Thanksgiving just three days away, YouTube is asking creators to go beyond being grateful for what they have and get people thinking about what they may have to say goodbye to. The streaming giant is encouraging people to upload videos about how climate change could impact the things they love, marked with the hashtag #OursToLose. Additionally, […]

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Amazon’s Emmy-winning hit series Transparent returns December 11 for a second season, and to get you ready, here’s the official Season 2 trailer. The season kicks off with a big wedding for Sarah and Tammy and will examine how Sarah gets in touch with her deeper desires. Meanwhile, newly-out Maura faces tough personal decisions as she learns the hardest part of her transition lies ahead. Josh and Rabbi Raquel navigate their new relationship with the complexity of being an…

Just over a month after issuing a major commitment to new original programming, Vimeo is ready to roll out its slate, starting with“Bianca Del Rio’s Rolodex of Hate.” Starring “Ru Paul’s Drag Race” alum Dianca Del Rio, the drag alter-ego of comedian and costume designer Roy Haylock, the special be available on Vimeo On Demand for $13.99 […]

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Vimeo has confirmed that Greg Clayman, who most recently headed content and programming, will depart the company by the end of the year. Clayman has been with Vimeo since 2013.  As head of content and programming, Clayman led its Vimeo On Demand service, which has been a major driver of growth for the streaming platform in […]

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Most established non-profits are not cutting edge and fast-moving by nature. They operate under strict regulations and are often beholden to the desires of big donors. So they’re not exactly well-suited to harness the power an ever-mutating social video platform like YouTube. Recognizing this shortcoming, veteran digital media exec Amber J. Lawson has established Good […]

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