There’s something in this in how participation hierarchies create value. Compare and contrast with the Digital Britain speech in previous post below, which needs to recognise that ‘consumers’ are also ‘producers’ now.
Click to play. From the RSA. Yesterday. Here. Tomorrow. Or something. PS you may struggle if your broadband connection is not operating at the recommended ‘up to’ rating.
American media commentators love lists. A bit like Heat magazine. What’s up, what’s down. And I love this piece (7 predictions) onFast Company spotted by the social organising principal Herdmeister. Both push and pull advertising will continue to work and will show growth once the economy rebounds. TV will remain an attractive advertising option. Media […]
Today at 4pm would be a good time to bury bad news in the media sector, says this tweet. ITV isn’t recomissioning Primeval, that weird ‘lads and dads’ show featuring rather dangerous looking overgrown turkey chicks. ITN is doomed. Channel 4 will merge with ‘a bit’ of the BBC. 3000 BBC staff to go. Channel […]
There’s been a bit of a ‘it’s all over for digital’ mood in recent months based on two factors. First, enormous traffic figures for Apprentice and Britain’s Got Talent are heralded as a return to the heady days of appointment TV and regular 7 million viewers. Second, studies showing that kids and ‘youf’ aren’t really […]
Excellent post by Jeremiah Owyang at thewebstrategist.com on how corporate websites become the victim of overloaded stakeholder requirements. He’s even come up with a neat acronym SNOWED = Stakeholder Needs Overwhelm Experience Design to help us remember the problem. Mind you, anyone involved in Big Company Websites knows it. Well done to Dustin Curtis for […]