Posts Tagged: eric klinker

This week, we packed our bags for Vegas. NAB Show is where the world’s broadcasters, producers, video pros, and and digital groups come together to talk about what’s next for media. So, then, what is next? Eric Klinker, our CEO, sat down with thought-leaders from Forrester, IBM, Akamai, and Aspera to talk about broadcast’s digital…

Does BitTorrent = Piracy?

Well, does it? We hear this question all the time. We hear we’ve killed film, the radio star, and the content industry. We hear we’re the web’s dark matter, and the Internet’s seedy underbelly.


Last week, we released an exclusive first look at Tim Ferriss’s The 4-Hour Chef to help the author fight the Barnes & Noble boycott. By the end of today, Tim’s BitTorrent Bundle will have been downloaded over 300,000 times. The book’s Amazon page will have received an additional 85,000 visitors. And users like you will have made history: the first BitTorrent…


Today we are really excited to announce that the Internet Archive is making over one million pieces of archived content available to the world via BitTorrent. The Internet Archive is a non-profit digital library with the stated mission of “universal access to all knowledge.” They offer permanent storage of and free public access to collections…


We’ve had a lot of success in the last few years putting great content in front of our audiences. Our Featured Content experiments with musicians, filmmakers, game developers and authors have resulted in tens of millions of downloads, not to mention record deals, sold-out movie theaters, world tours and all kinds of ancillary revenue generated…