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The beauty of streaming media, in a time-pressed world, is that lots of information can be delivered in a very short amount of time, using a variety of rich media. For example, with streaming media, it is possible to deliver material edited together with far more cuts and jumps than would be acceptable on a mass medium like broadcast television. Also, it is possible to have several players open at once, all streaming different content. Textual sidebars can be viewed while the video plays. Voiceover sidebars could talk to you in your left ear, while the soundtrack of the video continues in your right ear. People who engage in streaming video chat commonly view multiple conversation partners at the same time. In fact, services like PalTalk default to three video windows simultaneously.
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Many people are very comfortable with such multitasking. In many US homes today, people have the television on, while they surf the Net. Children quite comfortably do their homework with music playing, or play computer games while holding a conversation with friends. Attention is captured in fleeting moments. People are not glued to one program or the other, but spend their time noticing bits of each, at different times. To some, delivery of information with this intensity sounds like hell. To others, it is just the thing to get through lots of perhaps semisuperfluous information very quickly. What is important is that the medium grants control over the density of the information delivered. Television, with its measured and fixed delivery, does not enable the viewer to upload information any more rapidly than the program producer dictates.
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One of the empowering features of streaming media relates to factual reporting of news events. Today, when you see a news report, you only see what the editor wants you to see. The majority of footage shot never gets broadcast. However, with streaming media, not only can the news editor deliver a concise summary of the news event, he or she can also leave links to the rushes shot. People can choose to view every frame of video that the reporter has shot. This is a nice feature, because it prevents reporters from distorting the story, through selective use of imagery. The story can neither be sensationalized and conflated, nor minimized and whitewashed. Indeed, it may add credibility to a news organization to include links to all source material, including documents and historical footage. The public may come to trust only those news organizations that allow first-person access to underlying material, without the editorial bias and inevitable distortions that news production brings. Broadcast television will struggle to replicate this feature. It may do so by using companion media, like Web sites tied to the news stories being broadcast, but ultimately streaming media allows seamless access on a single receiving device.
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