Thought Leader in Video Presence Technologies
Video Technology News is dedicated to the advancement of video and presence technologies for the professional in the field of product and business development.
Founded as Video Technology Magazine in 1997 as a think-tank and R&D organization, the online publication is now part of L&R Ventures, LLC, which has multiple projects under development and is a consulting group in business and technology.
Video Technology News continues to be a provider of news, reviews, and opinions on the technology of and behind digital video, presence, and telepresence. Through L&R Ventures, the Video Technology team has expanded its technical expertise in many areas including Internet and mobile technology and application development. We also provide management consulting services.
Whether your company is a startup or a well-established organization and you are seeking help in building a strategy, a business, or a Web site, our integrated approach can take you from the back of the envelop, through business design, implementation and execution.
We have recently expanded our Internet support operation. We will soon provide custom applications based on Telepresence Robotics Corporation’s Robots-as-a-Service (RaaS) technology platform to help you design and implement a next generation commercial robot application.
Leadership and Editorial Team
Beginning in January 2014, we organized our team to manage and grow Video Technology Magazine. We are now expanding the team and our coverage under our new name Video Technology News.
Our editorial team attends many conferences and trade shows to ferret out the most important technology trends affecting a professional developer of video and presence applications. We are involved with Silicon Valley technology leaders and innovators, covering the news for our readers to build intelligence applicable to their business and products.
We will report on the many valuable technologies, interesting business opportunities, and hot trends. We will be providing announcements of new market research reports that should be of interest to many of our readers.
The business of “Presence” as the next frontier in Digital Media has been heated up by Facebook’s acquisition of Oculus. Video Technology News is working on extensive coverage of the technology and business of “Presence” as part of our promise to help our readers prepare for future opportunities.
We are seeking additional contributors and consultants to participate in our growth. If you are interested, please contact our executive editor: Harrison Rose.
CONTACT Harrison at VideoTechnologyNews.com
|Joining Video Technology News in January 2014, Harrison brings a long history in computing and Internet technology as a serial entrepreneur with experience in editorial content creation and management, newsletter design, market research, business development, management consulting, and technology leadership.
As a high school student in Los Angeles, he played Asteroids on Vint Cerf’s Sigma 7 the year after Dr. Cerf made the first TCP/IP connection between UCLA and Stanford. Harrison has been involved at the beginning of many computing technologies as a developer, business strategist, writer, and consultant.
Harrison helped Apple launch the multimedia revolution as CEO of Multi-Facet Communications Inc., producing The QuickTime Movie Festivals and as Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of two ground breaking print publications for the multimedia developer community: The QuickTime Forum and Converge – The Multimedia Developer’s Resource. He has consulted to important technology companies including Apple and Sony Electronics, and was the Head of the GeoPlex 3rd Party Developer Program (aka. The Common Open IP Platform or COIPP) for AT&T Labs.
He wrote major works on eCommerce for New Media Magazine, a 36 page insert on electronic game technologies for AV Video and Multimedia Producer magazines, co-produced the first market research on online multiplayer games predicting the timing and rise of the MMO marketplace.
As a serial entrepreneur, Harrison has started companies in the online massively multiplayer online game (MMOG) space, co-founded Nisvara to build silent high performance computers required by the nascent digital media and emerging HDTV market of 2002 (based on a proprietary carbon fiber composite component to conduct the waste heat out of the computer without using airflow), helped an interactive TV company raise their mezzanine round of funding in the mid-1990s, co-authored the two year curriculum on interactive media production for the Delaware Department of Education that is currently in use in Delaware’s public high schools, and has helped many entrepreneurs work through the issues to take an idea from concept to implementation.
In addition to working with Video Technology News, Harrison is a Managing Member of L&R Ventures LLC, and CEO of Telepresence Robotics Corporation (http://TelepresenceRobotics.com).
Harrison earned his MBA from the University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business through their top tier Executive MBA program. His BA is in mathematics from UCLA.
CONTACT Jerry at VideoTechnology.com
|Holding an electrical and computer engineering degree from UC Santa Barbara, Jerry brings over 25 years of technology, project management, editing, and web development experience to the team. Jerry has experience in Business Development, Relationship Building, Project Management, hands-on Web Development, eCommerce, and Internet Marketing. Jerry has previously assembled teams of experienced, dedicated developers and marketing experts to get businesses online in the Local, National, and Global digital marketplace. Jerry is a Managing Member of L&R Ventures LLC. He is also a co-founder and director of Telepresence Robotics Corporation.|
CONTACT MikeP at VideoTechnology.com
|Mike Parkin has over 20 years of experience with bringing computer and communications technology products to market. He has worked on many levels of the value added chain that enables the new world of “Presence” from semiconductor through systems integration and software development. He is a skilled engineer and product manager. Mike holds a BS in Computer Science from American Institute for Computer Science, Birmingham AL USA.|
CONTACT Timothy at VideoTechnology.com
|Having joined Video Technology News in 2014, Timothy brings experience in game testing, blogging, and news discovery to enhance our coverage of video technology related to video games and online game topics.|
Melodie Rose, Assistant Editor
Daniel Su, Editor at Large
Allison Rose, Photographer