Monthly Archives: March 2006

Rupert Murdoch sez blog, podcast and web or die

Rupert Murdoch of News Corp. (Fox News, satellite deliverer around the world, newspaper publisher AND owner of myspace.com) is quoted in a Businessweek article as telling his newspaper peeps to give readers paperless content or be ready to pass from … Continue reading

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myspace and the Daily Show

The Daily Show with Jon Stewart is a great place to pick at most any convention…even social networking. For as much as we want to reach “the youth,” this is a nice reminder to explore and embrace new and interesting … Continue reading

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Media today – more outlets – fewer reporters

In a somewhat chilling read from Tuesday’s Media Notes column from the Washington Post, Howard Kurtz comments on the loss of journalists likely out of the sale of Knight-Ridder this week. He also notes the reduction in force of 80 … Continue reading

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The Broadcasting Model – ABC/Disney has a different idea

Broadcast Engineering calls it a “shakeup” of the television business Model. According to this report, ABC is planning offer many of its programs as free, commercial-supported downloads. Disney CEO Robert Iger is quoted as saying, “We will no longer be … Continue reading

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