- n. Plural form of vlog.
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“Bloggers Add Moving Images to Their Musings By SANDEEP JUNNARKAR, New York Times (Feb 25) - Weblogs have moved out of text and into video (called vlogs) and postings from camera phones (called mobile blogs or moblogs).”
“Podcasting involves streamed delivery of a home-made or professional audio programme, tune, speech or even video these are called vlogs – check out the vlogs on Perfect Path.”
“Yeah, I too tried to figure out what all these links had in common to deserve the label "vlogs" instead of "blogs" but failed ...”
“Whilst searching for his email address this was not easy, I came across several of his "vlogs".”
“For the advanced set, we look at podcasting, video blogs (or "vlogs"), tumblelogs, and other variations on the theme.”
“YouTube member Sara Benincasa has been posting video logs, or "vlogs," starring herself as Palin, who was tapped only three weeks ago to be Republican John McCain's running mate.”
“Think about it: in that crowded landscape of 500 television stations, Twitter, Facebook, blogs, vlogs and whatever is coming at us next, how does the average American compete with multi-billion dollar media empires when it comes to telling the American story?”
“Angry student Sofia vlogs: "Every 30 minutes, so that the rest of you can idle your SUV's in rush hour, we lose a football field to the Gulf of Mexico.”
“It proves that genuine respect in hip-hop can still build outside of twitter & vlogs.”
Looking for tweets for vlogs.