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If you can’t beat them…

Posted by izzyabraham
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on Tuesday, 21 August 2012
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“Technology is the key to the future of media. Technology can and has profoundly changed the way content is distributed, and will continue to do so. The future of media is wrapped up in technology, and this is an indicator of why technology companies are eating media companies’ lunches, if not actually consuming them in their entirety.”
-Eric Picard-


Yes, we’re deep in the digital pool of media. With the demise of many daily newspapers and the limitations of broadcasting, new media looks like it’s winning the race.

BYOD trend as a business threat

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on Monday, 06 August 2012
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Piquing over paywalls

Posted by izzyabraham
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on Monday, 28 May 2012
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A 175-year-old newspaper, New Orleans’ Times-Picayune, will cut down to three weekly editions instead of publishing every day. This move makes New Orleans the largest US city without a daily newspaper.

The change will be effected to reduce costs and adapt to the digital era, where readers are increasingly turning to the Internet, as print ad revenues and subscribers wane.

Gone are the days of newspaper boys and picking up the paper from your driveway every morning. No more typical images of sitting at the breakfast table, reading the broadsheet while sipping on a cup of hot coffee.

Are you there?

Posted by Ryc0v
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on Friday, 22 July 2011
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 How well can we communicate through digital means? What about body language? Facial Expression? Location?

“¼ people pay attention in conference calls”, says Philip Vanhoutte, Managing Director EMEA of Plantronics. Several studies over the past decade consolidate this view, with some listing as little as 10% paying full attention.