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From BuzzFeed to Flipboard, The Clip Report Vol. 2 predicts the future of media

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In our changing media landscape it’s important to note the ways in which different sites are being used and are seen – not only by their readers but also by the people who are using them for effective marketing. Steve Rubel from Edelman Digital (the world’s largest, independent PR firm)...
From BuzzFeed to Flipboard, The Clip Report Vol. 2 predicts the future of media

Highfield axes nine executives in Johnston Press restructure

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Johnston Press chief executive Ashley Highfield has carried out a root-and-branch reorganisation of the ailing publisher's management structure.It will result in a wholesale clear-out of senior executive staff. Others are being moved to different posts. And the initiative also means that many former divisional roles become, so to speak, "redundant"....
Highfield axes nine executives in Johnston Press restructure

Podcast: More media, more problems and more music on Twitter

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NOTE: This week’s episode of the GigaOM Weekly News Wrap-Up was recorded on the morning of Thursday, April 18, prior to the heavy police activity that followed later that night. On this week’s show, we look at the media landscape in the aftermath of the Boston terror attack. How does...
Podcast: More media, more problems and more music on Twitter

Twitter allows users to download archives of their tweets

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Twitter has apparently started rolling out a feature promised by the microblogging service earlier this year that allows its users to archive their tweets on their computers. The move comes amid growing competition in the social media landscape. Facebook has had archiving features available to its members for some...
Twitter allows users to download archives of their tweets
How Much Is A Facebook 'Like' Worth To A Brand?
These Are The International Social Networks Closing In On Facebook
This Incredibly Intricate Graphic Tells You Everything You Need To Know About E-Commerce
Pulse founders prep for next step of delivering news to millions (interview)

Best Tech Events This Week (99% Conf, Startup Weekend, Arts+Tech, Startup 2012, Women 2.0)

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This is a guest post from Gary Sharma (aka “The Guy with the Red Tie”), founder and CEO of GarysGuide and proud owner of a whole bunch of black suits, white shirts and, at last count, over 40 red ties. You can follow him at @garysguide and reach him at...
Best Tech Events This Week (99% Conf, Startup Weekend, Arts+Tech, Startup 2012, Women 2.0)

The NY Times announces timeSpace; a 4 month incubator for early stage media startups

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The New York Times has just announced timeSpace; an incubator which invites early stage media startups into the company’s headquarters. The program will allow up to five companies to connect with NY Times staff, demo their product, and “teach/learn alongside entrepreneurs and employees who make their livings in digital media, technology...
The NY Times announces timeSpace; a 4 month incubator for early stage media startups

Big data politics: Why you can't outrun campaigns by avoiding the TV

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If you think you can avoid the ceaseless barrage of political ads by merely avoiding the television at all costs and keeping your telephone silenced, think again. Politicians and their campaign managers know you too well, and they know you have to consume content somewhere. They’ll be damned if they’ll...
Big data politics: Why you can't outrun campaigns by avoiding the TV
Redesigned Spreecast is Live Multi-Person Video Chat, Now More Interactive and With Better Producer Controls

Back to the future: What if the 'mass media' era was just an accident of history?

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When it comes to the traditional media business, there is often a pervasive nostalgia for “the good old days,” when a handful of newspapers and TV networks ruled over the media landscape and profitability was so taken for granted that huge family dynasties with names like Sulzberger and Bancroft were...
Back to the future: What if the 'mass media' era was just an accident of history?

regarding "Trust, Factchecking, and the News Media Landscape To Come"

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regarding "Trust, Factchecking, and the News Media Landscape To Come"

As Fashion Media Startup StyleCaster Turns 5, It Finds Growth From A New, Unexpected Revenue Source

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Five years ago, two brothers Ari and David Goldberg founded a fashion media startup with a few friends. Today that company, StyleCaster, has grown to 7 million unique monthly visitors, up from 2.5 million last May and its revenue has doubled over the past twelve months. Thirty percent of...
As Fashion Media Startup StyleCaster Turns 5, It Finds Growth From A New, Unexpected Revenue Source

Eleven Things About Demand Media's Richard Rosenblatt

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Demand Media CEO Richard Rosenblatt is perennially upbeat, and given the fact that his company just turned in a strong Q1, despite potentially disastrous changes in Google’s all-important search algorithm, he’s got good cause for now, at least. Here, in keeping with the Ten Things tradition of sharing more than...
Eleven Things About Demand Media's Richard Rosenblatt
SOCIAL MEDIA ADVERTISING: Inside The Massive Rise, And Why It Will Continue

No, We're Not In A Social Media Bubble

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Last in a five-part series. In 1997, Scott Cherkin was the tenth employee and first salesperson hired by theglobe.com. Cherkin, now an executive vice president with Complex Media, remembers the company's initial public offering, a year-and-a-half after he joined the company. At the time, theglobe.com had $15 million in...
No, We're Not In A Social Media Bubble

BBC seeks technocrat with vision

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The next BBC director general will have to see the corporation though its most demanding and life-threatening time since 1926Recent commentary on the race for the next BBC director general has focused on the frontrunners – and on the 12 necessary and four desirable characteristics the successful candidate will have...
BBC seeks technocrat with vision
Editor's Note: Welcome To The New ReadWrite
The Cable Show: racing ahead to fight the future

7 stories to read this weekend 

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And one more time, I find myself sitting on a flight back from New York and working on the most important thing I do at the end of the week: pick seven stories (from dozens) for you to read.  After a rocking PaidContent 2012 conference and hanging out with lots...
7 stories to read this weekend 
Is it time for the New York Times to embrace sponsored stories?

Ex-Facebook Employee With Stock Options: Here's What It Feels Like Watching The Stock Tank (FB)

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Facebook's stock sank to a new low today, and is now trading at around $22. This has to be painful to watch for current Facebook employees, who have a lot of wealth tied to the company, but most of them aren't talking about it. Luckily, a former Facebook employee who...
Ex-Facebook Employee With Stock Options: Here's What It Feels Like Watching The Stock Tank (FB)
Spotify, revenue, and the billion dollar question

Here's What Apple Could Buy With Its Huge Cash Pile (AAPL)

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One of the most astounding facts in Apple's latest earnings report is how quickly the company is adding to its cash pile. In just the first three months of this year, Apple added $12.5 billion to its cash balance, bringing the total amount of cash and investments up to a...
Here's What Apple Could Buy With Its Huge Cash Pile (AAPL)

paidContent 2012: Get the big picture for what’s next

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The digital world changes constantly and head-spinningly fast. With so much happening at once, how can you grasp the big picture behind all the headlines? Join us for paidContent 2012 on May 23 in New York City and hear from leading industry experts and luminaries who are redefining the digital...
paidContent 2012: Get the big picture for what’s next

Google Buzz Has Completely Changed the Game: Here’s How

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The Social Analyst is a weekly column by Mashable Co-Editor Ben Parr, where he digs into social media trends and how they are affecting companies in the space.Google may have finally figured out social media, even if there have been some major slip-ups in the way. The implications of that...
Google Buzz Has Completely Changed the Game: Here’s How
INFOGRAPHIC: How Mobile-First Teens Could Unravel Facebook

Mediagazer launches as the Techmeme of media

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Today Techmeme creator Gabe Rivera launched Mediagazer, his latest news aggregator.  The site will cover the latest media news, from the production side, to distribution and new technologies. Mediagazer features the same hybrid approach of automatic and manual editing for selecting stories as Techmeme. The site is edited by Megan...
Mediagazer launches as the Techmeme of media
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