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media insight


The BBC broke news this week when they said reporters are not allowed to break news via Twitter. More than 2 years after the CBC declared an ‘online first’ mandate …

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TV numbers aren’t shrinking. It counteracts conventional wisdom, that tv should have it’s revenue grow in an era of time shifting, PVRs, piracy and streaming. But it’s true. To be …

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Project management software is used for scheduling projects, cost control, resource allocation, communication, quality management, and documentation. Here are 25 contenders from Get App to help you GTD with the …

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Billboards are changing. When you’re stuck in traffic, you’re more likely to be faced with a digital billboard now than a staid image. Digital billboards can quickly rotate messages, they’re …

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[twitter]You know the stereotypical tag line when breaking news happened back in the day. The authoritative news anchor would come on and give some background and then end with “Film …

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Is niche blogging just a big echo chamber? Do bloggers really have influence or are they just constantly preaching to each other? Lately I’ve been thinking about the business of …

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Ad Friendly Blog

Many blogs consider themselves to be PR Friendly. They will often take PR pitches and republish them, why not become Advertiser Friendly?

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I’ve said it before, print is dead. The way media is created and consumed is changing, but there’s one thing that new media can’t bring – bragging rights. New media …

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PR Friendly blogs are nothing more than infomercials. Bloggers who flip their opinions for swag are taking payola to spread a brand’s awareness.

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There’s a great quote I came across this week from 1995 where Clifford Stoll, a Newsweek columnists, dismisses the internet as a fad. Visionaries see a future of telecommuting workers, …

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