Video journals, pioneered by JoVE, The Journal of Visualized Experiments (jove.com), are the next phase for publishing peer reviewed material. The platform and associated policies and procedures are specifically designed to effectively handle information in video format. JoVE is unique and important, both in proposing industry standards and challenging existing publishing practices and infrastructures. It is leading the way toward mainstreaming many other alternative media formats. This article will discuss some of the underlying considerations and implications.
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