Results for July 2011
  • HTML5 Program Promises To Be Game Changer
    Just as the massive adoption of Apple's iPad and powerful apps has threatened Google's open-source Web stranglehold, the just-emerging HTML5 program language will change the media landscape for producers and marketers.
  • TV Needs Bolder Initiatives: The Right To Fail
    Television's program development system remains largely devoid of core incubator creativity, where cost-effective risk and failure can render something new.
  • News Corp.'s Scandal: How Much Is the Business of News?
    News Corp.'s intense focus throughout the hacking scandal is on salvaging the Murdoch empire and a second pass at acquiring the 61% of BSkyB it doesn't own. The tattered Fifth Estate is being treated like mere collateral damage.
  • Facebook's Future: Apps, Video Will Generate Billions
    Facebook's Skype deal exemplifies new apps and strategic alliances aimed at using the social network to create a marketing and entertainment video-sharing economy worth billions.
  • Facebook Poised To Drive Social Marketing, e-Commerce
    Facebook is quickly moving to leverage its more than 600 million global active users (70% are outside the U.S.), 50 million active mobile users and $85 billion private-market value. It's geared up to drive social marketing and commerce.