Felix Baumgartner is definitely risking his life with this record breaking jump. He already broke the record of highest ascending manned balloon. We wish him all the best and that he will make it down safe again.
Clive Whittingham wrote a new blog post: Live and direct Factual channels have pulled in record ratings with live events, thanks to escapades such as Felix Baumgartner’s space jump. But where can the genre go next, asks Clive Whittingham. Live From Space The quest for ratings has always led television producers and networks down the path of innovation, but these days technology means that finding the ... Source: C21Media
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Jul 11 2014, 6:16am CDT
The GoPro camera has revolutionized the way that people capture the world around them. The ultralight and portable device provides an easy way to record amazing, high-definition images, and has become the standard for many video producers as a cheap alternative to buying or renting expensive camera equipment. The company IPO'd this week, and its stocks were exploding the next day. The reason the company is so successful, of course, is because of the awesome footage ... Source: Business Insider
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Jun 28 2014, 11:05am CDT
For those of you extreme recording your way through life with a GoPro we have some good news - the company is in rude health. The company was publicly listed on the Nasdaq on Thursday, a nervous moment for any company, but the early indications are that GoPro is a big player. In fact, the early valuation is a whopping $4 billion (£2.3bn/$AU4.2bn) for a company that is claiming its cameras have attracted a cool bi ... Source: Tech.co.uk
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Jun 27 2014, 3:01am CDT
SAN FRANCISCO - Shares in the company behind GoPro cameras, used to capture sports action from players' perspectives, jumped more than 30 per cent on their first day of trading.GoPro shares were trading at US$31.34 (S$39.14) at close of the Nasdaq on Thursday. The opening trade of the day was US$28.65, while the stock was priced at US$24 for its initial public offering late Wednesday.GoPro raised ab ... Source: Asia One
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Jun 26 2014, 10:25pm CDT
GoPro, which makes action sports cameras, is going public. Wednesday evening, the company announced it would offer 17.8 million shares at $21 to $24 apiece. At the high end, that means GoPro could be worth as much as $3 billion. Investors will buy the stock based on GoPro’s potential. So what are they buying?
GoPro videos are famous for scenes of daredevil skiing or surfing. So far, GoPro has made most of its money from cameras, which can be mounted o ... Source: Market Place
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Jun 26 2014, 5:00am CDT
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