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Tony LongWhen the late U.S. Sen. Ted Stevens, R-Alaska, said that the Internet is a series of tubes, those in the Internet intelligentsia gave a self-satisfying chortle at his naïveté.
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Flipboard has become a leading player in the digital news-consumption field, and now it wants to hand the same filtering and curation tools employed by its editors over to users of the app, to create their own magazines.
As they say in this post: "the most subversive aspect of the new features from a media-industry point of view is that they can be used by anyone — including advertisers. If an advertiser can create their own magazine by pulling in their own editorial content as well as content from other sources, and build e-commerce functionality into it, then itgives new meaning to the idea of brands as publishers and media entities."
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Video not yet ripe on Twitter’s Vine
Video not yet ripe on Twitter’s Vine. Limited traction of Twitter’s 6-second video app reveals that video-sharing as a genre is lagging years behind photo-sharing.
It’s early days yet, still have a hunch Vine will work out, or at least lead to variations on short-form video sharing that will gain mass traction
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If you’ve been following the media industry over the past year, you probably don’t need anyone to tell you the waves of disruption continue to increase in both height and frequency — so the news that widespread cutbacks have caused dissatisfied…
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