New Media Predictions, Part 2

Media New Media Predictions, Part 2

12y Vin Crosbie

New Media Predictions, Part 2

Media will have to serve the individual, not the masses. Last in a series. Read More...

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New Media Predictions, Part 1

Media New Media Predictions, Part 1

12y Vin Crosbie

New Media Predictions, Part 1

Where is new media going in the next decade? And what will become of traditional media? Part one of two. Read More...

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Changes Brewing: Publishing History Repeats Itself

Media Changes Brewing: Publishing History Repeats Itself

12y Vin Crosbie

Changes Brewing: Publishing History Repeats Itself

What yesterday's monasteries and today's media organizations have in common. Read More...

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Place Your Bets About Paid Content

Media Place Your Bets About Paid Content

12y Vin Crosbie

Place Your Bets About Paid Content

Bets are now being placed on whether people will pay for general interest information online. Read More...

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The Death of the Story

Media The Death of the Story

12y Vin Crosbie

The Death of the Story

The foundation for any news organization in this millennium should be live, interactive databases of utilitarian information. Read More...

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End of an Admirable Fallacy: Local News

Media End of an Admirable Fallacy: Local News

12y Vin Crosbie

End of an Admirable Fallacy: Local News

If local journalists and publishers want to earn money online, they first must provide comprehensive local information, not stories. Read More...

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Newspapers: Stop Whining and Act

Media Newspapers: Stop Whining and Act

12y Vin Crosbie

Newspapers: Stop Whining and Act

The Web is here to stay. Newspapers need to stop feeling sorry for themselves and change their business models. Read More...

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Individuated Media on the Horizon

Media Individuated Media on the Horizon

12y Vin Crosbie

Individuated Media on the Horizon

Media that delivers only the content each consumer wants and connects marketers with only consumers who are interested in the marketers' products, ful...

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The Greatest Change in Media

Media The Greatest Change in Media

13y Vin Crosbie

The Greatest Change in Media

The greatest change in media isn't the iPhone, social media, or even the Internet. Read More...

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Social Networks: My Place or Yours?

Media Social Networks: My Place or Yours?

13y Vin Crosbie

Social Networks: My Place or Yours?

Businesses and other organizations that build their own social networks and expect customers and others to come are missing an important point. Read M...

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The Other Digital Divide

Media The Other Digital Divide

13y Vin Crosbie

The Other Digital Divide

Could you get through your workday day with less than 32 MB of Internet access? Read More...

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Reinventing Your Local Newspaper

Media Reinventing Your Local Newspaper

13y Vin Crosbie

Reinventing Your Local Newspaper

Vin's out to save the many local newspapers. And he's starting with the oldest in South Africa. Read More...

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The Middlegame in Media Chess Has Begun

Media The Middlegame in Media Chess Has Begun

13y Vin Crosbie

The Middlegame in Media Chess Has Begun

The traditional era for media companies has become a three-act play. The carnage begins now, as we redefine what is media and what is news. Read More...

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Anatomy of a 21st Century Media Executive

Media Anatomy of a 21st Century Media Executive

13y Vin Crosbie

Anatomy of a 21st Century Media Executive

What today's university professors need to teach tomorrow's media executives. Read More...

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Newspaper Execs: Still Sleepless in Seattle

Media Newspaper Execs: Still Sleepless in Seattle

13y Vin Crosbie

Newspaper Execs: Still Sleepless in Seattle

The Seattle Post-Intelligencer is going all-online. Will it succeed? Read More...

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Fewer Fabergé Eggs, More Ball Bearings

Media Fewer Fabergé Eggs, More Ball Bearings

13y Vin Crosbie

Fewer Fabergé Eggs, More Ball Bearings

Too many newspaper, magazine, and TV Web sites invest in exquisite multimedia projects but overlook the basics online. Read More...

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Wasting Ink, Beating a Dead Horse

Media Wasting Ink, Beating a Dead Horse

13y Vin Crosbie

Wasting Ink, Beating a Dead Horse

Here's what newspapers need to do to survive -- and it doesn't include accepting micropayments online. Read More...

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The New Media Stone Age

Media The New Media Stone Age

13y Vin Crosbie

The New Media Stone Age

The next few years will be much more interesting than the past 10 or 15. We'll see real evolution and progress, provided we step out of the Stone Age....

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What Moore's Law Means for You

Media What Moore's Law Means for You

13y Vin Crosbie

What Moore's Law Means for You

If you think you've seen a lot change so far in the media landscape, you ain't seen nothing yet! Read More...

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A Primer: Web 1, 2, and 3

Media A Primer: Web 1, 2, and 3

13y Vin Crosbie

A Primer: Web 1, 2, and 3

Searching, hunting, and hoping aren't foundations of good business, particularly when the technology pace allows buyer and seller, consumer and market...

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Hubris Versus the Nature of Change

Media Hubris Versus the Nature of Change

13y Vin Crosbie

Hubris Versus the Nature of Change

Captains of newspapers, magazines, television, and radio have struck an iceberg. Will they sink with their ships? Read More...

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The Myth of the Missing Digital Business Model

Media The Myth of the Missing Digital Business Model

13y Vin Crosbie

The Myth of the Missing Digital Business Model

Executives at most media companies claim there's no business model for online. Here's why they are wrong. Read More...

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New Media: Through the Great Inflection Point

Media New Media: Through the Great Inflection Point

13y Vin Crosbie

New Media: Through the Great Inflection Point

The challenge now is how to use new media as if traditional media had never existed. Read More...

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Beer a Better Investment Than Newspapers

Media Beer a Better Investment Than Newspapers

13y Vin Crosbie

Beer a Better Investment Than Newspapers

company executives are proving to have been the ones who weren't financially sober. Read More...

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Dinosaurs to Superhumans

Media Dinosaurs to Superhumans

13y Vin Crosbie

Dinosaurs to Superhumans

Thirteen years ago, newspapers squandered an opportunity to collaborate and innovate on the Web. Has anyone learned from that failure? Read More...

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How Digital Competition Lowers Quality

Media How Digital Competition Lowers Quality

13y Vin Crosbie

How Digital Competition Lowers Quality

Offline, fast food outsells quality cooking. The same principle applies to online publishing. Read More...

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Mass Media Becomes a New Niche

Media Mass Media Becomes a New Niche

13y Vin Crosbie

Mass Media Becomes a New Niche

Call it the new medium or the new media. Either way, general-interest mass media becomes a new niche. Read More...

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