Monthly Archives: May 2006

Social Networks are the New Media

No one can argue that MySpace has been the “it girl” for the past year. And the fact that she belongs to Rupert Murdoch only seems to have heightened the envy, and gotten everyone’s knickers in a twist. As a … Continue reading

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Back to the Future… for Broadcast TV

Back in the 1970’s, the television industry began a long period of market realignment that was caused by the introduction of a disruptive innovation called cable TV. After decades of market incursion, cable’s impact on the TV landscape is now … Continue reading

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Mark Cuban is Wrong

A few weeks ago, Mark Cuban blogged his thoughts on the challenges that broadcast TV networks face as they move towards the on-demand programming format of the Internet.  It’s a provocative piece with a dire message, particularly as he concludes…  … Continue reading

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