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Posted by Tom Foremski - August 23, 2012 For many years I've been saying that every company is a media company and writing about what that means and its importance to business. At first people were puzzled by that statement but these days it is much better understood.
The wildest dreams of Belva Davis made for a compelling hour's discussion at a recent Commonwealth Club event in Lafayette.
Posted by Tom Foremski - June 29, 2012 Earlier this week I popped into the Grand Hyatt on Union Square (above) for Cisco's celebration of the first anniversary of publishing " the network " an online publication that employs a large group of top editors and journalists.
WAN-IFRA At the World Newspaper Congress and World Editors Forum in Vienna, Austria, a survey of 69 countries showed where print circulation, revenue and mobile use were rising for newspapers, and where they are declining.
Marshall McLuhan at 100
New Media Business Models
A year ago, in a Nieman Journalism Lab post that garnered 88 comments and still has viral life out there, I maintained that just three percent of newspaper content consumption happens online; the rest of it happens the old fashioned way, by people reading ink on dead trees. Given the continuing attention being paid to that conclusion (it was cited just last month by Hal Varian, Google’s chief economist, in testimony to the Federal Trade Commission), let’s revisit the numbers and see whether anything has changed.
Ty Ahmad-Taylor is the founder and CEO of FanFeedr, a real-time personalized sports feed.
Jim Spanfeller is the former president and CEO of Forbes.com.
With all the talk about paid content coming back into vogue (thanks, Rupert Murdoch!), it's a wonder that PayPal hasn't been part of the conversation. The tech startup that's now part of eBay has been dominant in handling online payment transactions and is projected to have $5 billion in sales by 2011, according to Bloomberg .
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Every company is a media company