This week, my 5 favorite business and strategy post cover: How to smartly evaluate opportunities for both their innovation and ‘cost’ potential. Ol’ School connecting; don’t call analog a comeback it’s always been here… and powerful Business Model Generation; the path to better
Chris Van Noy the Chief Media and Entertainment Strategist at Akamai talks about the future of downloadable entertainment, in particular the business models of Apple and Google and what it means for content providers and the consumer electronics industry.
photo via LinkedIn While I never going into depth about the finds, I do encourage you check them out if they sound interesting. NBC News Digital Chief: Video News Consumption is Bigger Than Ever Mark Lukasiewicz, NBC News VP for Specials and Digital talks about how consumers are
While I never going into depth about the finds, I do encourage you check them out if they sound interesting. Reverse Engineering Facebook’s Business Model with Ballpark Figures Everyone has commented on the $50 Billion valuation placed on Facebook by the Goldman-Sachs deal. Well
photo by Sarah Sampsel While I never going into depth about the finds, I do encourage you check them out if they sound interesting. Monaco Media Forum 2010 - "Media Unbound" Who rules the new game? MMF 2010 roundtable discussion that investigates the impact new screens, new software, and new
Beet.TV caught up with Marc Ruxin, Chief Innovation Officer of Universal McCann, to get the inside scoop on Madison Avenue's take on the current state of digital advertising. It should come as no surprise to anyone that both advertisers and their creative houses are on a quest to deliver messages
According to a recent post on Strategy Eye: The number of smartphone users is set to quadruple in the next five years as demand for the device shifts from early adopters to general consumers, according to Parks Associates. The report forecasts that more than 1.25bn people will own a smartphone by
I had the pleasure last week of being able to attend the 2010 Mobile Upfront Conference. Yes, most of the panel dialog was around advertising but I have two very sound reasons for being interested not only in the space but also in the insights of those in the interactive/digital media world that