Wow, I always really liked TWIT - I still really do like them alot - but I was really, really surprised to hear how they completely dismissed videoblogging [42.5min in]. I was also kinda surprised that they seemed to mostly be out of the loop on what videoblogging is. I cant tell if they were just pretending to not know in order to dismiss it more melodramatically, or if they really didn't know.
Anyway, very un-supportive of a pretty large movement, even though the movement is still in its infancy. The way they dissect the word even reminds me of the early - and still yet prevalent - reaction to the word 'blog' which sounds just as alien-like.
While some people continue to balk now at the value personal publishing has to offer, they are missing the entire point by dismissing what is already so valuable inconsequently: a boon for the human zest.
In the future many experts will emerge regularly who will use videoblogging methods effectively and audiences will emerge for seeking personalized forms of entertainment and information.
Vloggercon is this weekend and it is not going to be SXSW, it wont be iSummit nor will it be a bar-camp or anything else you have seen before. No expectations. It will simply include a gathering of people who are interested (some like myself EXTREMELY excited by the potential in videoblogging) and just want to talk about it.
I think the future is already here. Robert Scoble is talking about RB today June 11th. Hes leaving MS, but the news won't break wide open until Monday morning--at that point everyone and their grandmother will be looking at his blog the Scobleizer which links to you guys. There should only be about a billion hits on RB on Monday. I'd call someone about the bandwith issue your about to face right "now".