Monthly Archives: June 2006

Google and MySpace: Woulda, Shoulda, Coulda!!

In the latest (July) issue of Wired magazine, Rupert Murdoch claims that Google… “…could have bought MySpace three months before we did for half the price. They thought, ‘It’s nothing special. We can do that.’” So that means Google could … Continue reading

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Social Networks & Business Models

Last week at a conference in New York City, the head of Fox Interactive Media, Ross Levinsohn, told the audience: “More mainstream marketing on MySpace will be kept to the “well-lit” areas of the site, like the Books, Comedy, Film, … Continue reading

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Should Hollywood Fear Google?

Let me expand the title… as Hollywood is increasingly forced to adopt the Internet as a distribution channel, should it be afraid that Google will eventually become the dominant gatekeeper for video?This question, which used to be one of the … Continue reading

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