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How big data predicted Eurovision — and offended Malta

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On Saturday night millions of people all over Europe — all over the world, in fact — tuned in to the annual Eurovision Song Contest, a cheesy televisual explosion that many worship as a festival of camp, cross-border craziness. In a three-and-a-half hour live broadcast from Azerbaijan (yes, really), viewers...
How big data predicted Eurovision — and offended Malta

Azerbaijan is the wrong place to hold a forum on internet freedom | Ian Brown

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The government has been vicious in its attacks on journalists and bloggers. The UN must choose more carefully next timeFreedom of expression has been at the top of the agenda this week in Baku at the internet governance forum (IGF), an annual United Nations "multi-stakeholder" meeting. The IGF has previously...
Azerbaijan is the wrong place to hold a forum on internet freedom | Ian Brown

With “Facebook Uh Oh Oh”, San Marino clearly doesn’t want to win Eurovision this year [Video]

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Eurovision Song Contest 2012 is almost upon us, delivering the very best (and worst) music that Europe has to offer to more than 100 million viewers all over the world. Whilst England is rolling out Engelbert Humperdinck in an attempt to ensure it doesn’t rank bottom in the competition (again),...
With “Facebook Uh Oh Oh”, San Marino clearly doesn’t want to win Eurovision this year [Video]

21st Century Insurance Hands Media Account to Mindshare

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NEW YORK (AdAge.com) -- Auto insurer 21st Century Insurance and Financial Services has shifted its estimated $50 million U.S. media planning and buying account to WPP's Mindshare without a review. The account was previously run by Omnicom Group's Omnicom Media Group....
21st Century Insurance Hands Media Account to Mindshare

Eurovision Song Contest 2013 gets an official second-screen app

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iPhone and Android app promises live lyrics, biographies and results for fans while watching on TVBritish fans of the Eurovision Song Contest are used to hearing tongue-in-cheek commentary while watching the annual event, but in 2013 they'll also be able to browse the lyrics for each song as it's performed.This...
Eurovision Song Contest 2013 gets an official second-screen app

Eurovision domain name contest | Media Monkey

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European Broadcast Union, organiser of the song contest, in battle to control .eurovision and .radio domain namesWhat is the burning European media issue of the moment – online privacy, how the Premier League intends to sell its TV rights or perhaps scrutiny of the takeover of EMI? Wrong. The issue...
Eurovision domain name contest | Media Monkey

How much freedom do you really have online?

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If you live in the West the answer to the question ‘How much freedom do you really have online?’ is probably ‘quite a lot’. But this month I learned that the freedom TO speak doesn’t always lead to being free AFTER you speak, when I met journalists and campaigners at the...
How much freedom do you really have online?
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