The domain name .video is a top-level domain in the Domain Name System of the Internet. Its name suggests the intended use by producers, bloggers, videographers to showcase pod-casts to broadcasts, reach out and create an instant recall value.
The domain is generally available from May 6, 2015.
Video+ (or Video+ Player on Google Play) is a video player and downloader that is developed and operated by LEO Network. The developer describes it as a video "hunter" or "seeker" where to explore one’s interests and discover the neighborhood.
Video+ works as a sniffer to allow users to discover video collections from nearby people. It was featured on the location-based media sharing and discovering function. Location based service (LBS) was first applied by the biggest and fastest growing Location-Based Social Network – Foursquare and became popular and widely used to Mobile app since 2009.
Video+ has no registration requirements for the first login, users can share their video list under the “Share” function and discover other users’ lists under “Nearby”. In addition, users may find common-interest groups.
"Video!" is a song by Jeff Lynne from the soundtrack to the film Electric Dreams in 1984. It is one of two songs that Lynne and keyboard player Richard Tandy provided for the film's soundtrack. The single version is 3:26 in length, while the version included in the film is longer, at 4:18.
Xchange was a factual entertainment BBCtelevision programme for children. It was broadcast initially on BBC Two and later the CBBC Channel. The programme was (mostly) transmitted live from studio TC2 at BBC Television Centre. Towards the end of the show, it was recorded the day before broadcasting.
The first era of the programme came in 1998 when it was designed as a programme shown on BBC Two in the summer holidays. This format was repeated annually until the launch of the CBBC Channel in 2002. As a result, 1,040 episodes over two years were initially ordered. At that time, it was the BBC's biggest ever single in-house commission.
On the CBBC Channel, it was a continuous, daily, hour-long format broadcast from 7:30am. Although, by the time the programme ended in March 2006, it was being broadcast twice daily in thirty-minute durations.
The show featured a website where users can sign-up to collect points, and also could gain points for being a caller on the show. People who obtained 1000 points could enter a draw to appear on the show and be a "Gold X-IDer" in the studio. In a later series, the 1000 points could also be traded in to have a presenter host a part of the show from an X-IDer's house for a week.
In the future, where it's faster to travel by exchanging bodies with someone at the destination, a man's body is hijacked by a ruthless terrorist.
Toffler (Kim Coates), a member of the privileged 'Corpie' (corporate) class, accidentally ends up in the body of a terrorist named Fisk (Kyle MacLachlan), who has in turn taken over Toffler's original body. Unable to continue as Fisk, Toffler is forced to use a cloned body (Stephen Baldwin) with a limited lifespan, in order to track down Fisk and get his original body back.