Dean from the Participatory Culture Foundation sez, "Miro, the free and open source internet TV application, got a nifty update today! Improvements in Miro 2.5 include: speedier performance, audio podcasts, interface polish, and lots of tweaks. The mission behind Miro, as well as its non-profit developer the Participatory Culture Foundation, is to decentralize and fully democratize television as it moves online. Miro connects viewers and creators more directly, moves open standards forward, and is built on a solid foundation of free and open source software."
Get Miro 2.5 (Thanks, Dean!)
(Disclosure: I am proud to serve as a volunteer on the Board of the nonprofit Participatory Culture Foundation, which publishes Miro)
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