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Tag Archives: media
The Communications Committee in The House of Lords has suggested that British TV go strictly online. The committee suggested this would free up air for cellular communication. This idea seems fairly unlikely at the moment given broadband restrictions that still … Continue reading
YouTube has said it is going to put another 200 million dollars into its channels that it began experimenting with 8 months ago. YouTube has launched close to 100 channels and attracted a few big names thus far.
These quips make me wonder who the target audience for an Apple product is. The first two things are heavily focused on media consumption. The latter thing, retaining talent, is more of a point to keep developers on board so … Continue reading
It looks like the free online editions of newspapers is coming to an end sooner rather than later.
So glad Gruber linked to this, as it was something I’d always wondered about: Apple has spent decades strengthening its subtle but powerful grip over Hollywood, and unlike many companies, says it never pays for its products to appear on … Continue reading
Don’t bother watching the video. But, good idea to consolidate.
This type of flip flopping is never a good sign. If Netflix doesn’t get its act together, things are likely to start getting even uglier for the company.
AOL owns a significant share of media sites on the web, but that’s about all the company has visibly going for them. A few incubated initiatives are mentioned in the article, but I don’t see how these provide a sustainable … Continue reading