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MediaOne Studios Live Stream

“How much will it cost to live stream my event?”
Good question. First, I have a few questions.

What are you trying to say?

You are doing this live stream because you have a message to get across, in some form. It may be marketing to customers, it may be the CEO wants to talk to the team around the world. You may

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Classic Video Taped Marriage Proposals

So this whole “will you marry me” thing has gotten…creative. Some say out of control. Has it always been this way? Maybe it has, but now that we ‘ve all added video production to this potentially embarrassing situation, we all get to see how it went. Like we say here at MediaOne…#doitonVideo.

Let’ s rest our knee and take a tour of some…
Classic Video Taped Marriage Proposals:

The All-Time Classic Video Taped Marriage Proposal:


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Love and Desire How To Videos


Ever notice how rose prices go through the roof on February 1st? I always thought that at some point we should move Valentine ‘s Day, just once, to July. Just to make the flowers and roses affordable. Does anyone even know how all this came about? Hallmark? Actually, no. We are actually celebrating a person who was imprisoned for performing weddings among those forbidden to marry. I kid thee not. 

But being a video company, let’ s look at this in a video way. Let ‘s take a look, with the help of an awesome list of TED vidoes gathered by Kim Lachance Shandrow of  Entrepreneur.
Helen Fisher: The brain in love
Undying truth: We all just want to be loved. Is that so wrong? Nope. We’re love-seeking fools and it’s not our fault. It’s science, a dopamine dance. We’re hard-wired to crave love because, darnit, it feels so damn good. Exactly how we get hooked on love no one quite knows, try as anthropologists like Helen Fisher might to unravel the mystery, one MRI on the lovesick at a time

While she can’t solve the age-old riddle “Why do you fall in love with one person, rather than another?” the author of Anatomy of Love: A Natural History of Mating, Marriage, and Why We Stray (Ballantine Books, 1994) can tell us precisely what happens in the human brain when we fall madly in love. The “reptilian core” of our brains floods with activity, like “the rush of cocaine.” We become obsessed, possessed and a total mess. “You can’t stop thinking about another human being. Somebody is camping in your head.” See? You’re not a stalker. Moth to flame, you just can’t help it.

Esther Perel: The secret to desire in a long-term relationship
In her rousing talk, Belgian psychotherapist Esther Perel explores why hot sex often cools out after a while with the same old lover. The very unsexy culprit is often getting too wrapped up in our worries and responsibilities to fully surrender to passion, or even to make time for it in the first place. Dr. Ruth would not approve. Then again, she probably doesn’t like eating the same meal every day, either. At least not without a spicy kick here and there.

To keep the “erotic spark” of desire burning bright over the long haul, Perel suggests boldly expressing what turns you on to your partner, without fear or shame. Go on, get it off your chest already. Valentine’s night is only a few short moons away.

“Basically most of us will get turned on at night by the very same things that we will demonstrate against during the day,” Perel says. “You know, the erotic mind is not very politically correct.” And it shouldn’t be. Nothing primal is.

Yann Dall’Aglio: Love — You’re Doing It Wrong.
Seduction is an art, one that’s all too often twisted by players on the hunt for heartless hookups. These selfish “pickup artists” have it all wrong, French philosopher Yann Dall’Aglio points out in his 10-minute dissection of love. They squander their “seduction capital,” that elusive ability to make others desire us.

Well, duh: Our desirability is often judged by our physique. Call it animal attraction. Call it shallow. Call it Tinder. But our full-package appeal, our overall worthiness of others’ affections, isn’t swipe right-able. Dall’Aglio says potential lovers also size us up by our intelligence, net worth and — blame the Internet — the number of people following us on social media, too, all of which he thinks adds up to a bunch of bunk.

To really love and be loved, Dall’Aglio advises that we quit being posers for each other, renounce the narcissistic need for outside validation and — here’s the toughest part — truly value ourselves. Whoa, it just got deep.

Jenna McCarthy: What You Don’t Know About Marriage
Commitment-phobes, fear not. Jenna McCarthy’s funny TED Talk has something juicy for everyone chasing love in the age of sexting, Viagra and eHarmony — from the mind-numbingly monogamous, to the unhitched, to insert whatever relationship status you identify with here.

In her revealing speech, the author of the insanely titled If It Was Easy They’ d Call the Whole Damn Thing a Honeymoon: Living With and Loving the TV-Addicted, Sex-Obsessed, Not-So-Handy Man You Married (Berkeley, 2011) delves

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