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  • UK first country in world where half of all ad spend is on digital media

    digital media - Yahoo News Search Results
    27 Mar 2015 | 1:00 am
    Digital advertising is expected to grow by 12% this year to £8.1bn, according to eMarketer The UK will this year become the first country in the world where half of all advertising spend goes on digital media. Related: UK's digital advertising spend set to outstrip all other forms Continue reading...
  • It’s A Mood Thing

    Fred Jacobs
    26 Mar 2015 | 3:10 am
    Back in the early ‘80s when I was programming WRIF in Detroit, there were no computer scheduling systems. There were no computers!  That meant that the songs I okayed for air were typed on 5×7 cards, colorized by category, placed in a box with dividers, and played according to a music sequence that I devised. While the jocks weren’t choosing the actual songs on the station’s playlist, they had considerable control over the songs they played on their shows, able to dig into the card box to find the upcoming song that would sound good next to the last one they played.  As a…
  • How to Promote Your YouTube Channel on Facebook

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    Vlog Nation
    21 Mar 2015 | 9:35 am
    If you want to have a successful YouTube channel, you’re going to have to do some promoting and marketing. Fortunately, with the power of social media, getting the word out about your YouTube channel has never been easier, especially on Facebook. Facebook is the most widely used and popular social media network in the world. Over a billion people worldwide are using Facebook. That’s one-seventh of the population of the whole world! Still wondering why you should use Facebook for promoting your YouTube channel and vlogs? Probably not, right? So, with the “why” of the matter out of the…
  • How Subscriptions Can Drive Revenue For Your App Or Website

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    Dimitar Serafimov
    26 Mar 2015 | 8:49 am
    Creating an exciting website or app that delivers something new and original to consumers is the first stage to success, but on its own it isn’t enough. The key to real success is how to monetize your website or app, so that views and visits becomes real revenue. Increasingly, one of the most effective, as well as one of the simplest, ways to do this is by offering your content on a subscription basis. The Modern Subscriber Model Whilst it may be true that everyone likes to get something for nothing, that doesn’t mean that people aren’t prepared to pay for what they really…
  • The mind of a murderer, saving the earth’s soil and how we might be shaping human evolution

    TED Blog
    Cynthia Betubiza
    27 Mar 2015 | 1:14 pm
    The stars of your favorite TED Talks have been busy over the past week. Below, a few newsy highlights. Inside the mind of a murderer. What makes murderers do what they do? A BBC piece revealed that some murderers have reduced activity in their prefrontal cortex, which controls emotional impulses, and over-activity in their amygdala, which generates emotion. Also, if a person lacks a gene that produces MAOA, an enzyme involved in impulse control, they too are at a higher risk of violent behavior. Offering an additional perspective, neurologist Jim Fallon highlighted environmental factors,…
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    TED Blog

  • The mind of a murderer, saving the earth’s soil and how we might be shaping human evolution

    Cynthia Betubiza
    27 Mar 2015 | 1:14 pm
    The stars of your favorite TED Talks have been busy over the past week. Below, a few newsy highlights. Inside the mind of a murderer. What makes murderers do what they do? A BBC piece revealed that some murderers have reduced activity in their prefrontal cortex, which controls emotional impulses, and over-activity in their amygdala, which generates emotion. Also, if a person lacks a gene that produces MAOA, an enzyme involved in impulse control, they too are at a higher risk of violent behavior. Offering an additional perspective, neurologist Jim Fallon highlighted environmental factors,…
  • Powerful films from 5 young people: What health inequality looks like in the US

    TED Staff
    27 Mar 2015 | 12:17 pm
    By Michael Painter.  For some of us, it’s easy to choose to be healthy. We can’t control whether disease or accidents strike, but we can decide where we live and what we eat, as well as if, when and how much we’ll exercise. Some of us live in a culture of health — a time and place where, for the most part, we have the real hope and opportunity to live a healthy life. But for many more of us, it isn’t — we don’t have that choice. We live in unsafe neighborhoods. We don’t have strong families to help us through life’s challenges. We can’t readily get nutritious…
  • 5 tips for conducting an interview with someone you care about, using StoryCorps’ new app

    Kate Torgovnick May
    25 Mar 2015 | 11:31 am
    Anybody with a smartphone can now be a part of the StoryCorps movement. As TED Prize Winner Dave Isay reveals in today’s talk, you no longer have to travel to a StoryCorps mobile booth to capture an interview with a friend, family member or stranger because StoryCorps has created an app, available free to the public. Now, if you can find a quiet place and 45 minutes, you can interview someone whose story has never been heard and immediately upload the discussion to the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress. When Isay announced his wish at TED2015 last week, the TED…
  • Reflections on TED2015: What people are saying around the web

    Kate Torgovnick May
    24 Mar 2015 | 11:29 am
    David Rothkopf was a huge TED skeptic—until he attended TED2015. “I was wrong about TED. In a big way,” he says. Photo: Bret Hartman/TED With TED2015 wrapped, attendees, speakers and journalists alike are sharing their reflections on the experience. Below, some highlights: David Rothkopf was an open critic of TED, calling our talks “chicken nuggets for the brain.” But the experience of attending TED2015 and speaking during Session 1 changed his mind. The Washington icon now writes, “I was wrong about TED. In a big way. … Not only did I find TED to be an exceptional…
  • Watch TED Talks on your Apple TV

    TED Staff
    24 Mar 2015 | 7:00 am
    On our new Apple TV app, you can play a talk or opt to “watch later.” All talks that you save for future viewing are synced with your account, so you can watch them on your desktop or on your television screen. A cure for those what-do-I-watch-now moments: starting today, TED is on Apple TV. In our beautifully designed new Apple TV channel, you can watch TED’s full library of talks (1900+ of them and counting) and our expanding collection of playlists (more than 200 of them, from “Architectural inspiration” to “Talks to watch when every conceivable bad thing has…
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    Thomas Hawk Digital Connection

  • Priime, The Best iPhone Photo Editor I’ve Ever Used

    Thomas Hawk
    19 Mar 2015 | 7:41 pm
    Disclosure, I am an advisor to Priime and have styles included in their style marketplace. Boom. Just a few hours ago Priime went live in the Apple iTunes App Store and already on launch day Apple is featuring it in their best new apps section. What is Priime? Priime is the best mobile phone editor I’ve ever used. I’ve been using it behind the scenes for the past few months and am blown away by how much better it is than anything else out for mobile editing today. The free app features a powerful suite of editing tools allowing you to enhance a lot of the basics around your…
  • What TechCrunch Gets Wrong About Ello…

    Thomas Hawk
    23 Jan 2015 | 6:09 pm
    Photograph of the hippest hipster cat around, Mr. Mingus, by hipster Daniel Krieger Writing for TechCrunch, Josh Constine penned a hit piece yesterday announcing the end of Ello. I was disappointed to see TechCrunch, a publication that I long viewed as being supportive of the start up community, using their pulpit to tear one down. Not only do I think Josh got a lot of the story on Ello wrong, but the dramatic tone of his article was unnecessarily disparaging and that is disappointing. I’m not sure how much Josh uses Ello, but I use it every day and it’s currently my favorite…
  • What Ello is to Me

    Thomas Hawk
    2 Jan 2015 | 8:14 pm
    “Here’s to the crazy ones, the misfits, the rebels, the troublemakers, the round pegs in the square holes… the ones who see things differently — they’re not fond of rules… You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify or vilify them, but the only thing you can’t do is ignore them because they change things… they push the human race forward, and while some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius, because the ones who are crazy enough to think that they can change the world, are the ones who do.” — Steve Jobs Nathan Jurgenson…
  • ‘Tis the Season for Flickr Wall Art

    Thomas Hawk
    21 Dec 2014 | 6:46 pm
    Look what showed up in the mail yesterday: a beautiful 16 x 20 premium photo mounted from Flickr’s new Wall Art service. The photo is mounted on a one inch board and looks beautiful both on the wall as well as being held my daughter Kate, whose photo I printed. The process of ordering the print was super easy and I was able to order it directly from the Flickr photo page. In addition to ordering your own photos as wall art, there is also a huge library of wall art photos that you can purchase from other photographers on Flickr. Flickr recently revised this fine art program and now…
  • Ello vs. Facebook for Photographers

    Thomas Hawk
    20 Dec 2014 | 7:51 am
    Are you an artist or photographer? Do care about the integrity of your images? Do you dislike ads and sponsored posts shoved in your face? Do you dislike having 99% of your feed filtered out of view for those who follow you? Look at the above and answer this question: where does my photograph of the St. Louis Arch look better, Ello or Facebook? By the way, Ello is not just a social network for photographers. I’ve met some amazing creative writers, thinkers, and purveyors of all sorts of culture there. There are communities there building on things like finance, tech, science, politics,…
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    Home Media Magazine

  • Irish Retailer Touts Consumer Interest in Kiosk Disc Rentals

    Erik Gruenwedel
    27 Mar 2015 | 11:26 am
    The United Kingdom is the third-largest home entertainment market in the world. Germany saw consumer spending on Blu-ray Disc rentals increase 9% in 2014. At the same time, kiosk disc rentals in Europe have languished. The landscape is dotted by failed regional start-ups (Cine Bank in France, for example) that never approached the popularity of Redbox in the United States. Irish video retail and rental chain Xtra-vision thinks it can buck the trend. The Dublin-based retail chain with 90 stores also operates 100 Xpress kiosks throughout the republic, renting DVD and Blu-ray titles from…
  • Silicon Valley: The Complete First Season (Blu-ray Review)

    John Latchem
    27 Mar 2015 | 3:07 am
    Street 3/31/15 HBO Comedy $39.98 DVD, $49.99 Blu-ray Not rated. Stars Thomas Middleditch, T. J. Miller, Josh Brener, Martin Starr, Kumail Nanjiani, Christopher Evan Welch, Amanda Crew, Zach Woods. We live in a technological wonderland, an age defined by the ascendency of a geek culture that has exploded over the Internet and dominates the landscape of film and television. It’s an environment particularly suited for a film such as The Imitation Game, which offered a portrait of a man ahead of his time, struggling to understand a world not ready for his ideas. Fast-forward 70 years, and…
  • Imitation Game, The (Blu-ray Review)

    John Latchem
    27 Mar 2015 | 2:57 am
    Street 3/31/15 Anchor Bay Drama Box Office $90.26 million $29.98 DVD, $34.99 Blu-ray Rated ‘PG-13’ for some sexual references, mature thematic material and historical smoking. Stars Benedict Cumberbatch, Keira Knightley, Matthew Goode, Rory Kinnear, Charles Dance, Mark Strong, Alex Lawther. The fundamental question at the heart of The Imitation Game isn’t quite “what is normal?”, but rather something more akin to “what is the virtue of being normal?” To explore this question, the film focuses on the life of Alan Turing, the brilliant mathematician of…
  • WWE: The Road Is Jericho — Epic Stories & Rare Matches From Y2J (DVD Review)

    John Latchem
    27 Mar 2015 | 2:49 am
    WWE Sports $24.98 DVD, $34.96 Blu-ray Not rated. Stars Chris Jericho. World Wrestling Entertainment’s home video compilations have been offering a peek at the pro-wrestling business that would have been unthinkable 20 or 30 years ago. But the cartoonish characters and storylines of the 1980s gave way to a grittier attitude in the 1990s, coinciding with an era in which fans could turn to the Internet to learn exactly what was going on behind the scenes. And yet, such increased access to the secrets of wrestling didn’t diminish fandom, it transformed it. Fans appreciated the…
  • DEG and CEA to Promote 4K at April 9 Event

    Stephanie Prange
    26 Mar 2015 | 4:47 pm
    DEG: The Digital Entertainment Group and the Consumer Electronics Association are partnering to foster the growth of 4K April 9 in Los Angeles. The “4K Ultra-HD — The Next Gen Experience” event, taking place at the Luxe Sunset Boulevard Hotel, will feature industry leaders addressing key issues related to 4K workflow, including product features, content creation, distribution strategies, and consumer marketing and education. Those interested in attending can RSVP at  
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    TV Monitoring Software, TV Recording and Search Technology | SnapStream's TV Searcher Blog

  • New: SnapStream Cloud DVR

    Rachel Abbott
    11 Mar 2015 | 1:39 pm
    Today, we’re announcing a brand new product… going bravely where no SnapStream has gone before… SnapStream Cloud is a new SnapStream, without the hardware. It’s easier to install and Internet accessible. So you can enjoy all of SnapStream’s powerful TV monitoring features on-the-go. No upfront cost $300 / month fee, no contract Record 4 TV channels over IP* Create unlimited clips Approximately 1 week of 24×7 storage Unlimited users *More channels can be added to your package. Here’s How SnapStream Cloud Works: Capture your local TV source(s), like…
  • What’s New in SnapStream 6.5?

    Rachel Abbott
    11 Mar 2015 | 1:39 pm
    SnapStream 6.5 is available today, introducing several new features while also improving upon the scalability of SnapStream’s core features. New SnapStream Cloud is also released today, so check that out! Current customers, y’all know the drill. To schedule your free upgrade* to 6.5 with SnapStream’s support team, you can submit a ticket or email Social TV Updates Create a GIF from any existing TV clip in your library. Upload multiple clips to YouTube in a single go. Email TV screenshots (JPGs) as an attachment. Email animated GIFs as an…
  • Join us to learn about SnapStream’s new Social TV features

    Rachel Abbott
    12 Nov 2014 | 3:23 pm
    A quick reminder, we’re hosting 3 webinars this week to give you a full tour of SnapStream’s new social TV features. For those who manage social media, you won’t want to miss learning how you can use SnapStream to easily share TV clips, screenshots and animated GIFs to Twitter and Facebook. Webinar: Boost Social TV Ratings with SnapStream Date: Tuesday, November 18 Time: 3 p.m. EST / Noon PST Sign up: Sign up here   Webinar: Share TV to Twitter and Facebook Date: Wednesday, November 19 Choose a time: Noon EST / 9 a.m. PST 3 p.m. EST /noon PST Sign up: Sign up here Sign…
  • SnapStream at CCW (Content and Communications World)

    Rachel Abbott
    11 Nov 2014 | 5:00 am
    Y’all, CCW (Content and Communications World) is happening this week. Watch out New York City, because SnapStream’s both exhibiting AND leading a conference session at CCW that you won’t want to miss. If you’ll be at the Javits Center November 12-13, here’s the rundown on where to find us: Attend Our Session Title: CBS Black Rock: Recording & Clipping TV with a “DVR on Steroids” Speakers: Heather Doyle, Director at CBS Black Rock Media David Hadley, Technical Director at CBS Black Rock Media Gayan Gunawardana, Sales Manager at SnapStream When:…
  • New SnapStream 6.4: Share TV Moments on Twitter and Facebook

    Jennifer Miller
    4 Nov 2014 | 5:00 am
    Social media + TV go together like peanut butter and chocolate. Don’t believe us? Check out this Twitter Media Blog detailing stats from the recent social media storm caused by the Syfy Network’s “Sharknado 2: The Second One.” The newly released SnapStream 6.4 makes it easy to engage with your fans/viewers through social media channels such as Twitter and Facebook. It’s so quick to post images, TV clips and animated GIFs, because you can “do it yourself,” without help from video production or anyone else. SnapStream’s Tweets Tab: Tweets and TV, Side by Side…
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    WordPress Tag: Digital Media

  • Designing In Word Just Should Not Be Done

    26 Mar 2015 | 10:03 pm
    As a designer myself, I find that designing anything in Microsoft Word is a joke. I hate having to design anything using Word, but unfortunately a class of mine won’t allow me to design something using InDesign. It has to be Microsoft Word only. Word is only useful for document creation only. Even though you can use it to make layouts and newsletters, etc. I don’t recommend it at all unless it’s all you got and you don’t have access to a good designer who doesn’t use Microsoft Word to design things, lol.
  • Business Card Designed For Christian Bickerton Plumbing

    26 Mar 2015 | 10:00 pm
    This is a business card I created for a friend of mine. What do you all think about it?
  • International Conference on Communication and the Public: Social Media and Public Engagement

    Rosemary Clark
    26 Mar 2015 | 9:09 pm
    Call for Papers We are in an age of proverbial transformations in media and communication technologies. How these transformations may have changed the meaning of publics such as readers, audience, listeners, and viewers and how people use new media to confront new issues as citizens, consumers, community members, and volunteers are questions at the cutting edge of multiple academic disciplines, from communication, sociology, and anthropology to cultural studies and visual studies. Analyzing changes in the meaning and constitution of publics and public engagement is essential for understanding…
  • Matthew Murdock (Earth-616)

    26 Mar 2015 | 8:34 pm
    Undo revision 2954838 by MysteryScooby (talk) That issue most definetely takes place before DD's appearance in Superior Iron Man due to Alcatraz still being Alcatraz ←Older revision Revision as of 02:58, March 27, 2015 Line 4: Line 4:   | QuoteSource = Daredevil Vol 3 36   | QuoteSource = Daredevil Vol 3 36     | Image = Matthew Murdock (Earth-616) from Daredevil Vol 4 14 001.jpg | Image = Daredevil Vol 4 1 Marvel Comics 75th Anniversary Variant Textless.jpg   | ImageSize = 300   | ImageSize = 300   | RealName =…
  • Miguel O'Hara (Earth-928)

    26 Mar 2015 | 8:34 pm
    Undo revision 2954817 by JDDJS (talk) Can travel at speed of sound. ←Older revision Revision as of 02:51, March 27, 2015 Line 130: Line 130:   | Intelligence = 5   | Intelligence = 5   | Strength = 4   | Strength = 4 | Speed = 3 | Speed = 4   | Durability = 3   | Durability = 3   | Energy Projection = 2   | Energy Projection = 2 from Marvel Database – Recent changes [en] via IFTTT
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    On the Media

  • The Cancer Show: Part I

    WNYC, New York Public Radio
    26 Mar 2015 | 9:00 pm
    Over the last 2,500 years, cancer has shifted from a disease in the shadows to one at the center of scientific research and public discussion. In the first of two special episodes, On the Media dives deep into the way we talk about cancer: in the news, in the hospital, and in our private lives. This week’s On The Media is part of WNYC’s Living Cancer Series, a radio companion to “Ken Burns Presents Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies, coming to PBS March 30th. Support for Living Cancer is provided by the Susan and Peter Solomon Family Foundation. Additional funding for WNYC’s…
  • On House of Cards 3: You Have Just Been Served

    WNYC, New York Public Radio
    25 Mar 2015 | 8:09 am
    In the third episode of On House of Cards, Brooke Gladstone discusses the third episode of the season with Les Gelb, President Emeritus of the Council on Foreign Relations, and Fred Kaplan, War Stories columnist for Slate. Don't forget to subscribe to us on iTunes, or wherever you get your podcasts, and leave us a review while you're there - they really help! And you can follow On the Media on twitter. 
  • Confession and Suppression

    WNYC, New York Public Radio
    19 Mar 2015 | 9:00 pm
    Last week, suspected murderer Robert Durst was arrested the day before an HBO film aired his apparent confession. On the Media examines the line between making great documentary and staying on the right side of the law. Also, why you won't catch a Florida official using the term "climate change." Plus, Wikipedia takes on the NSA. 
  • Cashing in on Ferguson, That Letter to Iran, and Nihilism's Allure

    WNYC, New York Public Radio
    12 Mar 2015 | 9:00 pm
    This week, two police officers were shot in Ferguson, MO,bringing in yet another wave of reporters. We examine whether the constant media presence has turned the town of Ferguson into a symbol and a brand. Plus: Brooke charts the history of nihilism.
  • Episode 2: The Lady Parts

    WNYC, New York Public Radio
    12 Mar 2015 | 11:59 am
    In the second episode of On House of Cards, Brooke Gladstone dissects the second episode of the season with NPR's Cokie Roberts and Linda Wertheimer. Don't forget to subscribe to us on iTunes, or wherever you get your podcasts, and leave us a review while you're there! And you can follow On the Media on twitter. 
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    Free Multimedia Magazines and Downloads from

  • Which Image Format Delivers the Best User Experience for a Website?

    5 Mar 2015 | 12:00 am
    Images comprise more than half of a typical page's weight: among the top 1,000 websites, images comprise 58% of the average page's total weight.Optimizing images so that they render more quickly in the user's browser should be a priority for every site owner.There are a number of image optimization techniques – ranging from basic to advanced – that site owners can leverage, but selecting the best image-rendering format is the first step on the path toward fully optimized images.DOWNLOAD NOW TO LEARN:Which Image Format Delivers the Best User ExperienceBest Practices for Image…
  • 7 Key Influencer Marketing Strategies for Food Brands

    29 Jan 2015 | 3:50 pm
    The exploding industry is attracting millions of dollars from brands and agencies looking for solutions that help them scale the creation and distribution of consumer content. Food and beverage brands are uniquely poised to have better success with digital influencers than other verticals for several reasons. Read this eBook to find out how!Request Free!
  • 5 Keys for Creating Awesome Content

    13 Jan 2015 | 2:20 pm
    A key source of that consumer content comes from social influencers, those with loyal audiences on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, YouTube, and Vine. Find the influencers and social media personalities who fit your marketing objectives and help create stronger relationships with your customers.Request Free!
  • Conference Calls - Developing Your Meeting Skills

    27 Oct 2014 | 12:20 pm
    Conference calls are one of the most often cited dislikes of employees. Even though the technical problems associated with them are becoming less common, many employees find their motivation to participate and provide ideas are shut down by the impersonal and difficult to coordinate nature of these calls. Learn to overcome the problems associated with conference calls with this free eBook.You will learn:Why conference calls present problems that normal telephone calls do not.What advance planning you can undertake to get the most out of each call.Why published guidelines can dramatically…
  • 2014 Media Growth Study - An Excerpt

    20 Oct 2014 | 12:00 am
    Produced in partnership with JEGI, this report is built around a survey of over 339 executives (79% C-level) in addition to a number of interviews to provide context around the numbers. This 23-page report is primarily focused on the question of growth; how are media companies evolving, investing and acquiring to position themselves for growth over the next 12-24 months?Key areas of inquiry include;What are the top drivers of growth?Which systemic barriers are the greatest challenge to growth?What are the internal barriers?What kinds of company are they targeting?What value are…
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  • To Increase Downloads, Instill Trust First

    27 Mar 2015 | 12:00 am
    Learn how code signing mitigates the risks of transferring code over the Internet or wireless networks, as well as allows end users to take advantage of the ease and convenience of content distribution without worrying about security consequences.Request Free!
  • Virtual Network Computing is the Wrong Solution for SOC Design Teams

    26 Mar 2015 | 4:20 pm
    There are a lot of reasons why semi-conductor manufacturers have virtual design centers to manage distributed design teams.But virtual network computing isn’t always the best way to support those distributed teams. In fact, many SOC design teams complain about: Loss of fidelity due to frame-spoilingScreen tearing that renders images poorlyWeak encryption policiesIn this white paper you will get all the details on why Virtual Network Computing may not be right for your SOC design team, along with one possible solution.Request Free!
  • Rock Your Business Meetings with Video Conferencing Software

    26 Mar 2015 | 12:00 am
    In today's business environment, growing companies can quickly spread their operations across a nation or around the globe. But as the saying goes, the more things change, the more they remain the same. Despite all the changes, people still tend to work together better when face-to-face. And video conferencing is the ideal way to keep things personal when your business is on the move.Request Free!
  • La Gerencia de Rendimiento de la Red de Latinoamrica

    26 Mar 2015 | 12:00 am
    Con el dramático aumento en el uso de smartphones en toda la región de América Latina, los operadores inalámbricos cada vez tienen más dificultades para proporcionar la capacidad y calidad de servicio que demandan sus clientes. El mercado de telefonía fija también está luchando por mantenerse, dado que los clientes se encuentran en lugares cada vez más remotos e insisten en obtener unaconectividad extremadamente rápida.La Gerencia de Rendimiento de la Red de Latinoamérica lo ayudará a abordar sus…
  • Network Performance Management Latin America

    25 Mar 2015 | 4:50 pm
    With the dramatic rise in smartphone use across the Latin American region, it is becoming increasingly difficult for wireless operators to provide the capacity and QoS that their customers demand. The wire-line market is also struggling to keep up, as customers in increasingly remote locations insist on ever-faster connectivity.Network Performance Management Latin America will help you address your most pressing connectivity challenges, and maximize the performance of your fixed and mobile networks. Take advantage of 2 days of case studies and interactive sessions, to find out:Which KPIs…
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    Digital Tonto

  • 4 Innovation Lessons From The History Of Warfare

    25 Mar 2015 | 4:03 am
    Decisions made when life and death hang in the balance take on a certain clarity that others do not and, at least in that sense, warfare can be instructive. Related posts: The Potential and Peril of... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Why Big Organizations Are Broken

    22 Mar 2015 | 4:44 am
    Now that access to resources has become nearly universal, leadership is more important than authority. So we need to shift our mental models from getting people to do what we want, to inspiring them... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • The Big Marketing Shift

    18 Mar 2015 | 3:34 am
    We can no longer think in terms of rifles vs. shotguns or push vs. pull. It’s not nodes that we need to target, but the networks. We can no longer coerce customers to do what we want, but must... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Is Your Platform Burning?

    15 Mar 2015 | 4:33 am
    When your platform is burning, it makes no sense to try to rebuild it in a new form, you have to connect to new platforms that will help you harness the creativity of new ecosystems and allow you to... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • 3 Things That Can Stall Innovation (And How To Overcome Them)

    11 Mar 2015 | 4:20 am
    Creating real change takes more than happy talk. Mantras and buzzwords are no substitute for solving real problems. Related posts: 4 Ways To Beat Disruptive Innovation What is Disruptive... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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    PR Newswire: Entertainment & Media

  • U.S. Census Bureau Daily Feature for March 28

    27 Mar 2015 | 9:01 pm
    WASHINGTON, March 28, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Following is the daily "Profile America" feature from the U.S. Census Bureau: THREE MILE ISLAND Profile America — Saturday, March 28th. One of the most frightening industrial accidents in the U.S. occurred on this date in...
  • Rookie Birge Takes Lead at Walmart FLW Tour Event on Lewis Smith Lake Presented by Evinrude

    27 Mar 2015 | 6:01 pm
    JASPER, Ala., March 27, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Fishing in just his second event as a professional, FLW Tour rookie Zack Birge of Blanchard, Oklahoma, brought a five-bass limit to the scale Friday weighing 17 pounds, 14 ounces to take the lead at the Walmart FLW Tour at Lewis Smith Lake...
  • National Museum of American History Accepts Mad Men Artifacts Against Backdrop of Real Advertising History

    27 Mar 2015 | 5:44 pm
    WASHINGTON, March 27, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- In a special ceremony today, the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History accepted a donation of more than 50 artifacts from Mad Men including costumes, props, sketches and a script as well as Creator...
  • Production Of "South Beach" Kicks Off In Miami

    27 Mar 2015 | 4:30 pm
    MIAMI, March 27, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Dolphin Digital Media announced today that principal photography of the original series "South Beach" has commenced in Miami, Florida.  The series will be released exclusively on Hulu starting in 3Q 2015.  "South Beach" is set in...
  • 10 Boys Rescued from Slavery on Ghana's Lake Volta

    27 Mar 2015 | 2:20 pm
    ACCRA, Ghana, March 27, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- 10 boys are now free from a brutal life as slaves on fishing boats in Ghana's Lake Volta region.  On Friday, March 20, International Justice Mission (IJM) embarked on its first joint rescue operation with Ghanaian authorities on...
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  • UNICEF Uses Wearable Technology To Empower Kids And Save Lives

    Jennifer Graber
    28 Mar 8057 | 6:25 am
    Summary: Practically everyone these days utilizes a piece of wearable technology or knows someone who does. We track our steps. We count our miles. We calculate calories. You name it, we use wearable tech to do it. But does your wearable tech literally convert energy and activity into food? Well, it soon will. UNICEF is launching a special project that will put wearable tech to work in generating food donations for malnourished children. UNICEF is launching a special program called Kid Power.
  • Male Tinder Users Tricked

    Jessica Cherok
    28 Mar 6466 | 6:27 am
    Summary: A Tinder prank tricked men into flirting with other men, and according to experts has brought security lapses to light. A Tinder developer is accused of creating fake dating profiles for women, which tricked men using the app into flirting with them. The developer created a program that would match up men interested in the same dating profile, then allow them to flirt with one another. As if online dating needed to be any shadier, right? The developer said he only created the profiles to prove how easily it could be done...
  • Facebook Updates Community Rules

    Jessica Cherok
    28 Mar 4702 | 6:26 am
    Summary: If you wanted to show your private bits on Facebook, you’re now going to have a harder time. The social media giant has made some major updates to its Community Standards, including what is — and isn’t — tasteful nudity. The Community Standards page covers things like nudity, bullying, harassment, and hate speech. According to Facebook, “We want people to feel safe when using Facebook. For that reason, we've developed a set of Community Standards, outlined below. ..."
  • 30 and Over Paying More for Tinder

    Jessica Cherok
    28 Mar 3236 | 6:25 am
    Summary: Some things get better with age. Tinder, however, may not be one of them. The new premium version of Tinder is out, and if you’re over 30, you’ll have to pay more. You can now pay to use Tinder’s premium features, including the ability to go back...
  • Morris The Cat Reports From SXSW

    Jennifer Graber
    24 Mar 2015 | 6:07 am
    Summary: Every once in a while, you meet someone with an awesome job — one that you wish you could have. The job envy grows exponentially when you learn of the amazing opportunities it comes with. You might even find yourself asking why it cannot be you in that position. Well, prepare yourself to experience that plight once more. Only this time, you won’t be jealous of a powerful person — rather a precocious cat. Yes, a cat has a job that is better and much cooler than yours. Morris The Cat came from humble beginnings. He lived the life of a shelter cat that was…
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    ReelSEO Video Marketing

  • Autoplay is Now the Default on YouTube - and That's OK

    Andy Smith
    26 Mar 2015 | 7:39 am
    YouTube has made autoplay the default option for desktop users of the site, and of course it's a way of boosting views in the face of such overwhelming competition from Facebook, and now Twitter. You can disable the feature, but we think it's a good thing for YouTube, creators and viewers.
  • How-to Get the Most Out of YouTube Interactive Cards [#TubeTalk #65]

    Dane Golden
    25 Mar 2015 | 2:23 pm
    YouTube Interactive Cards enable creators and brands to add an extra layer of interactivity to their videos. We discuss how to get the most out of this new feature in this week's ReelSEO TubeTalk video marketing podcast.
  • NCAA #MarchMadness 2015 is a Slam Dunk for Instagram Video

    Carla Marshall
    25 Mar 2015 | 12:13 pm
    March Madness is one of the biggest sports events in the U.S, with millions of fans turning to online video to catch up with the latest news, highlights, and commentary. For 2015, it's Instagram Video that is generating the most engagement for #MarchMadness related video content.
  • The Vimeo Playbook: How to Optimize Content for Vimeo on Demand

    Andy Smith
    24 Mar 2015 | 8:34 am
    Vimeo on Demand offers filmmakers and creators to the opportunity to sell or rent their video content to viewers across the world. But how do you optimize to make the most of this platform? We take a look at the new Vimeo Playbook which offers some solid advice.
  • Snapchat: How Ephemeral Video Marketing is Engaging Viewers

    Greg Jarboe
    23 Mar 2015 | 7:37 am
    While brands once tied down to YouTube are slowly exploring Vine and Instagram video, there are other social platforms that have caught the attention of a certain demographic. One of those is Snapchat, a platform that is winning with ephemeral video marketing in terms of brand engagement.
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  • Hillary Clinton deleted everything on her email server

    Hunter Walker
    27 Mar 2015 | 6:50 pm
    There are no longer any copies of tens of thousands of emails from Hillary Clinton's time as secretary of state.  In a statement released on Friday, Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-South Carolina), the chairman of the House of Representatives committee dedicated to investigating the 2012 terrorist attack on the US diplomatic compound in Benghazi, claimed Clinton wiped the server that housed her emails "clean." "While it is not clear precisely when Secretary Clinton decided to permanently delete all emails from her server, it appears she made the decision after October 28, 2014, when the Department of…
  • Here's how Ellen Pao reacted to her loss

    Matt Rosoff
    27 Mar 2015 | 6:04 pm
    After losing her discrimination lawsuit against VC firm Kleiner Perkins, Ellen Pao first gave a prepared statement to the press, then took to Twitter to thank supporters and express hope that her suit wasn't all in vain. Here's what she said: 1. Thank you, world. — Ellen Pao (@ekp) March 28, 2015 2. I have been inspired by the thousands of people who have reached out to me over the past three years with support. — Ellen Pao (@ekp) March 28, 2015 3. I’ve heard from people in Kazakhstan, Bangladesh, Australia, Malaysia, France, Argentina, Norway, Tanzania, Finland, and beyond. — Ellen…
  • People on Twitter say #ThankYouEllenPao

    Madeline Stone and Matt Weinberger
    27 Mar 2015 | 5:36 pm
    The jury has ruled against Ellen Pao in all four counts in her gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, meaning she's entitled to no damages and Kleiner Perkins is off the hook. Twitter erupted shortly after the verdict was first announced, before we knew the jury would have to go back for further deliberations.  Pro-tip: discriminating in hiring is NOT a good alternative to discriminating in promotions. #ellenpao — Joelle Emerson (@joelle_emerson) March 27, 2015 Regardless of verdict huge kudos & respect for @ekp. She has opened…
  • Kleiner Perkins celebrates its victory while Ellen Pao thanks her supporters

    Matt Weinberger
    27 Mar 2015 | 5:07 pm
    Now that the dust has cleared and the final verdict is in, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers and Ellen Pao have issued their final statements on the gender discrimination lawsuit that's kept Silicon Valley on the edge of its seat for weeks now. “Today’s verdict reaffirms that Ellen Pao’s claims have no legal merit. We are grateful to the jury for its careful examination of the facts," said the partners of Kleiner Perkins in a prepared statement emailed to press. "There is no question gender diversity in the workplace is an important issue. KPCB remains committed to supporting women…
  • Beacons are moving out of the pilot phase and helping retailers and marketers revolutionize in-store shopping

    Cooper Smith
    27 Mar 2015 | 5:00 pm
    The beacon — a low-cost device that retailers can attach to store shelves or walls to communicate with customer smartphones — is coming into its own. Beacon programs are quickly moving out of beta phase and becoming an integral part of the retail industry. Beacons can be used to power indoor maps, payments services, and location-sensitive product catalogs. There are many different beacon hardware vendors and systems — including Apple's iBeacon system — but they all share some basic characteristics. Namely, they allow retailers and event organizers to efficiently communicate…
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    MediaStorm Blog

  • Deadlines for UnionDocs Summer Documentary Intensive and Collaborative Studio Approaching

    Cortney Cleveland
    24 Mar 2015 | 7:39 am
    UnionDocs’ call for their Summer Documentary Intensive will close this month. If you’re an emerging filmmaker looking for a short-term but immersive program to develop your next project, look no further. Final deadline is March 30th, 2015. Deadline for UnionDocs Collaborative Studio (CoLAB), a 10 month program for media artists, is April 3rd, 2015. Documentary Intensive The UnionDocs Summer Intensive is a 5-week program for a select group of emerging filmmakers from the US and abroad. Based in one of NYC’s most exciting neighborhoods, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, the program…
  • Kalish Workshop 2015 Dates Announced

    Cortney Cleveland
    19 Mar 2015 | 7:06 am
    The Kalish Workshop will be holding its next workshop June 12-17, 2015 in Rochester, New York. This five-day storytelling workshop is taught by Emmy and Pulitzer Prize winning editors. Application deadline is April 1st. The Kalish Workshop The Kalish Workshop is an inspirational and intense five-day experience in editing visual storytelling. It is designed to benefit anyone who touches photography with a narrative storyline for online and print. It is a hands-on, collaborative learning environment with daily in-depth discussions and exercises about the best practices to edit, produce and…
  • MediaStorm Guide to Quickly Scaling Images in Premiere Pro 2014

    Eric Maierson
    17 Mar 2015 | 5:46 am
    This article is part of a series of posts with tips and tricks from our producers’ experience working with Adobe Premiere Pro CC after years of working in Final Cut Pro. To read more about why we made the switch, check out this post. Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2014 offers two ways to quickly scale a large image to the size of your sequence. To begin, add your image to the timeline, then right-click it. You’ll see two options: Scale to Frame Size and Set to Frame Size. While both options will resize your image, each does so in a slightly different manner. Scale to Frame Size changes the…
  • Job Alert: Assistant Professor in Multiplatform Journalism at Montclair State University

    Cortney Cleveland
    12 Mar 2015 | 10:25 am
    The School of Communication and Media (SCM) at Montclair State University invites applications for the position of Assistant Professor in Multiplatform Journalism. The successful candidate will be capable of teaching students effectively in the school’s new digital multiplatform newsroom which is under development. This tenure track position requires the ability to teach students hands-on news gathering and production skills using all key mobile devices in the field as well as newsroom-based technology. For more information visit the job listing at Qualifications For this…
  • MediaStorm Wins World Press Photo Multimedia Contest Long Feature Category

    Cortney Cleveland
    11 Mar 2015 | 6:05 am
    World Press Photo announced today that the winning productions of its 2015 Multimedia Contest include two MediaStorm projects: The Long Night has been awarded 1st prize in the Long Feature category while the “Net Cafe Refugees” chapter of Japan’s Disposable Workers has been awarded 3rd prize in the same category. Created in collaboration with multimedia journalist Tim Matsui with the support of the Alexia Foundation and the organization’s Women Initiative grant, the The Long Night takes an unflinching look at the crisis of minors who are forced and coerced into the…
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  • 10TB SSDs Become a Reality

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:15 pm
    Tech giants, Intel and Toshiba, this week announced a new technology which will allow higher capacity solid state disk drives. The new “3D NAND” memory chips differ from current single plane memory chips by allowing stacked chips to pack in more data.
  • What if Apple Made a Drone?

    26 Mar 2015 | 2:29 pm
    These days it seems like everyone is getting in on the drone craze. From Amazon to GoPro, companies joining the fray are becoming larger and more mainstream all the time. So what if the biggest tech company of them all decided to build a drone?
  • SmallHD Unveils 502 Monitor

    25 Mar 2015 | 4:19 pm
    Makers of tiny field monitors, SmallHD, rolled back the curtain on the 502, a five-inch on-camera monitor capable of 1920 x 1080 Full HD monitoring. The diminuative device features a pixel density greater than an iPhone 6, which, according to SmallHD makes it the sharpest 5-inch camera-top monitor in the world.
  • Last Chance to Enter for a Glidecam HD-2000

    25 Mar 2015 | 3:27 pm
    Videomaker’s sweepstakes for a Glidecam HD-2000 is about to end. Passing up this chance is saying no to the possibility of a free camera stabilizer. We know you can get competitive, but please share this news! In the event that you don’t win, know that one of your fellow videographers might have needed it even more.
  • Pro Tools 12 Now Available for Subscription or Purchase

    24 Mar 2015 | 1:17 pm
    Avid’s industry-standard music production application, Pro Tools, is now available in its latest iteration, Pro Tools 12. For the first time, the application is available to purchase as a subscription or for a one-time fee.
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    Music library management blog

  • Release 20150316

    Dan Gravell
    23 Mar 2015 | 5:00 pm
    This is a new release with a number of stability improvements... The main area of work has been in improving the consistency of bliss's internal database, particularly after large scale file renaming. I had a few reports of issues in this area, and I've reworked some fundamental database code to try to avoid said consistency problems. Other improvements in this area are to take positive steps to disallow multiple instances of bliss running, and when a database corruption issue is discovered upon startup make sure bliss is shutdown completely (it sometimes runs in a "zombie" state which makes…
  • MP3 genres: one size does not fit all

    Dan Gravell
    16 Mar 2015 | 5:00 pm
    It's a common problem for owners of large MP3 collections: out of control genres. Too many genres or too few, some too specific, some too broad, some plain wrong. Genres soon become next to useless when browsing your music collection. What's the best way of cleaning up genres? One way of controlling your genres is to decide on a list of genres that you will allow in your collection, and then make sure all of your music complies with this list. By imposing this structure you are more likely to come up with something holistically consistent. But what list of genres should you choose? Well,…
  • Auditing your music collection

    Dan Gravell
    10 Mar 2015 | 5:00 pm
    "Auditing" is a word that conjures images of accountants, grey suits, briefcases and worst of all... NUMBERS! It's far and away from the kind of thing you want to think about when considering your music collection. Auditing may sound boring, but unless you want a disorganised, inconsistent or corrupted music collection you will have to check for and prevent creeping problems in your music. Computer music libraries grow organically, from 10s of records, to 100s and then 1000s and sometimes even more. As it gets easier and easier to acquire new music (you don't even need to leave the house…
  • bliss works on Raspberry Pi 2!

    Dan Gravell
    2 Mar 2015 | 4:00 pm
    This week, a guest post by bliss user, Raspberry Pi assembler and all-round 'maker' Luke Szy: Up until now I have been running bliss on a Windows desktop to correct my entire music collection first and then transfer all the music on to my music server (a Raspberry Pi based Logitech media server; see my blog for details): As I recently upgraded my music server to the new Raspberry Pi 2 quad core, I thought: "What if the Linux release of bliss worked on this Raspberry Pi?" To my amazement it runs!!! I followed the Linux installation instructions. Here's how I…
  • A bare-minimum-data file organisation scheme

    Dan Gravell
    23 Feb 2015 | 4:00 pm
    As the writer of the Music Library Management blog I get a lot of emails asking for advice. A lot of these emails concern the best ways of organizing file and folder paths. Should I use genre in my file organisation? Should I use groupings (e.g. A-D) to lower the number of child folders? When all is said and done, I find the best general advice is that, when it comes to music file organization, the bare minimum is the best way to go. In other words, all you really need is the album ( or more generically, release) and artist names as folders, and the track name and number used in the filename.
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    Smells Like Infinite Sadness

  • The Prodigy ‘The Day Is My Enemy’ Review

    26 Mar 2015 | 4:38 pm
    Smells Like Infinite Sadness Smells Like Infinite Sadness - A 40-something's musings on the current state of music, film and pop culture. Get off my lawn.The Prodigy ‘The Day Is My Enemy’ Review: veteran dance act brings the noise in grand fashion…but some variety would have been nice. The Prodigy have always been the punks of electronica. Aggressive, brattish and abrasive, they created a carefully tailored sonic assault that has won them millions of fans and made them one of the few techno […]The post The Prodigy ‘The Day Is My Enemy’…
  • Stream The Prodigy’s New Album ‘The Day Is My Enemy’

    24 Mar 2015 | 11:06 am
    Smells Like Infinite Sadness Smells Like Infinite Sadness - A 40-something's musings on the current state of music, film and pop culture. Get off my lawn.Stream The Prodigy’s New Album ‘The Day Is My Enemy': band is streaming aggressive new release on iTunes Radio. Techno titans The Prodigy will be releasing their new album The Day is My Enemy on March 30th. The band is giving fans a free preview of the material all this week via iTunes radio. Click here […]The post Stream The Prodigy’s New Album ‘The Day Is My Enemy’ appeared first on Smells Like…
  • SXSW Review and Analysis: Scott Weiland at the Parish, March 21, 2015

    23 Mar 2015 | 3:31 pm
    Smells Like Infinite Sadness Smells Like Infinite Sadness - A 40-something's musings on the current state of music, film and pop culture. Get off my lawn.SXSW Review and Analysis: Scott Weiland at the Parish, March 21, 2015.  Today marks a special milestone with SLIS: here’s our first full length post from a contributor other than myself, my good friend Dave Dierksen, who gives a refreshingly honest appraisal and commentary of Scott Weiland’s SXSW showcase. Enjoy! I have a SXSW playbook […]The post SXSW Review and Analysis: Scott Weiland at the Parish, March 21, 2015…
  • The Church SXSW 2015 at Emo’s Concert Review

    22 Mar 2015 | 3:31 am
    Smells Like Infinite Sadness Smells Like Infinite Sadness - A 40-something's musings on the current state of music, film and pop culture. Get off my lawn.The Church SXSW 2015 at Emo’s Concert Review: Australian alternative act’s euphoric set ends this year’s SXSW in grand fashion. SXSW 2015 closed out on a gloriously psychedelic note at Emo’s. Following sets by performance artist GABI, garage rockers Gateway Drugs and shoegazers Swervedriver, Aussie alt-rock stalwarts The Church gave a searing headlining set. Frontman Steve […]The post The Church SXSW 2015…
  • Failure SXSW 2015 Concert Review at Yahoo’s Brazos Hall

    21 Mar 2015 | 12:07 pm
    Smells Like Infinite Sadness Smells Like Infinite Sadness - A 40-something's musings on the current state of music, film and pop culture. Get off my lawn.Failure SXSW 2015 Concert Review at Yahoo’s Brazos Hall: reunited space rockers create sonic euphoria on a rainy Austin evening. Heading into the Yahoo SXSW Showcase at Brazos Hall, felt like going into a time machine. I went it in the year 2015, and emerged back in the mid-1990’s. This was fitting, given headlining space-rock kings […]The post Failure SXSW 2015 Concert Review at Yahoo’s Brazos Hall appeared…
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  • Radio’s Most Innovative: “Sexually Speaking” with Dr. Ruth Westheimer

    Fred Jacobs
    27 Mar 2015 | 3:10 am
    We’ve been showcasing innovators here in this space since last August, without a single sexual reference – until now. Sexually Speaking, featuring the most unlikely radio talent of all time – Dr. Ruth Westheimer – took on historic mores and standards in radio broadcasting – and turned them on their side. The story behind this innovative concept is an amazing example of risk-taking and being in-sync with a changing America. It was the dawn of the ‘80s – and a new era in American sexual freedom. And of course none of that was on the radio. In September of 1980, WYNY, an Adult…
  • It’s A Mood Thing

    Fred Jacobs
    26 Mar 2015 | 3:10 am
    Back in the early ‘80s when I was programming WRIF in Detroit, there were no computer scheduling systems. There were no computers!  That meant that the songs I okayed for air were typed on 5×7 cards, colorized by category, placed in a box with dividers, and played according to a music sequence that I devised. While the jocks weren’t choosing the actual songs on the station’s playlist, they had considerable control over the songs they played on their shows, able to dig into the card box to find the upcoming song that would sound good next to the last one they played.  As a…
  • Different Strokes

    Fred Jacobs
    25 Mar 2015 | 3:15 am
    A one-size-fits-all strategy in a media world of customized choices and expanded options just isn’t viable anymore.  And media captains and content creators are learning those lessons on the digital highway.  As the great philosopher Sly Stone once noted, “Different strokes for different folks.” Every generation is different. And that’s a fact that marketers continue to struggle with, especially when it comes to Millennials. This group has now surpassed Baby Boomers in sheer size – a fact that compels brands with an eye on Generation Y to better understand the…
  • For Whom The Benz Rolls

    Fred Jacobs
    24 Mar 2015 | 3:10 am
    The news was unmistakably good for Rock, Classic Rock, and Alternative stations last week. On the more mature side of the music spectrum, it turns out that even younger guys are gravitating to the music their parents grew up with. Luxury labels are getting more attuned to Rock as a gateway branding drug.  And as March Madness heats up, Classic Rock provides the soundtrack.   Here are three more reasons why it’s especially great to be working in Rock and Classic Rock radio in 2015. Exhibit A: The first big story last week concerns Mercedes-Benz and the announcement of their…
  • Changing Jobs

    Fred Jacobs
    23 Mar 2015 | 3:10 am
    Mercifully, Starbucks’ ill-fated “Race Together” message on their cups promotion ended yesterday, drawing a close to an intensely uncomfortable moment not just for the mega coffee company, but also many social media brands. In case you somehow missed it because you were ruminating over your losing brackets last week, Starbucks’ altruistic CEO, Howard Schultz, stretched the boundaries of caffeine to initiate a bold idea: starting conversations about racism at his highly successful coffee stores. The “Race Together” campaign is about striking up discussions about the racial…
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    The Future Of Luxury

  • TFOL Snapshot 27.03.15

    27 Mar 2015 | 9:52 am
    Amongst the headlines of this week’s TFOL Snapshot; the very definition of luxury is up for debate as London’s V&A museum counts down to the opening of its new exhibition ‘What is Luxury?‘, Instagram has become fashion’s best friend and luxury brands across the board have found a lucrative market selling knicknacks and smaller accessories. 1. Defining Luxury For A Modern Era “In recent times we’ve seen luxury brands go back to their heritage and craftsmanship as an antidote to the logo and as a way of distinguishing their brand,” he said. “But the…
  • TFOL Snapshot 13.03.15

    16 Mar 2015 | 6:47 am
    In this week’s TFOL Snapshot Wearable Tech is the talk of the town, not surprising given the recent launch of the Apple Watch, this time though, we’re going beyond the smartwatch to a future with wearable drones. Can shopping finally turn into a social media activity courtesy of a London start up Shopa? 1. It’s a Necklace, It’s an Umbrella, It’s a Drone “Picture a stylish, blade-shaped drone on your necklace. As rain starts to fall, the device can fan out and fly above your head, spinning fast enough to keep you dry. These futuristic concepts of wearable…
  • TFOL Snapshot 06.03.15

    6 Mar 2015 | 10:36 am
    1. The Rise of Mobile Fashion Is Making Everything Flatter ‘Elbaz is hardly the first designer to notice that the need to reproduce a lot of clothes, and to sell them over portable devices like tablets, has produced flat-looking fashion, with pricey embroidery often used to grab consumers’ attention — call it mobile fashion’ Read full article on: NYMAG.COM 2. Competition at the Digital Edge: ‘Hyperscale’ Business ‘Digitization is upending many core tenets of competition among industries by lowering the cost of entering markets and providing high-speed…
  • TFOL Snapshot 27.02.15

    27 Feb 2015 | 4:03 am
    This week’s news sees the Apple Watch face off with the Swiss luxury watch market. As the launch date gets closer for the Apple Watch Swiss watchmakers start to create smartwatches. McKinsey & Company look at the development of  the online luxury fashion market in Europe and the US and, further afield, we’re reminded of the significant role of the Chinese luxury market. 1. New Apple Watch Ads Give A Closer Look At The Luxury Wearable “Apple Inc.’s forthcoming smartwatch will appear on 12 pages of the March issue of Vogue, as the device’s April release date…
  • TFOL Snapshot 20.02.15

    20 Feb 2015 | 8:24 am
    This week as New York Fashion Week draws to a close and London Fashion Week kicks off the news turns to talk of future trends. Digital marketing is changing the way luxury brands engage with customers, the British luxury consumer is evolving and a look at how digital tech is enabling fans to shop the catwalk in real time at London Fashion Week. 1. What does the rise of digital marketing mean for luxury brands? “The rise of digital marketing is changing the way luxury brands engage with customers, and traditional companies must embrace what is now possible in today’s connected and…
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  • The Cornish Food Box Company choose Webtise

    Graham Withe
    23 Mar 2015 | 2:52 am
    We’ve been appointed to help the innovative Cornish food and drink brand, The Cornish Food Box Company to improve their overall web presence. The post The Cornish Food Box Company choose Webtise appeared first on Webtise.
  • New website for David Shuttle

    Graham Withe
    18 Mar 2015 | 3:38 am
    We are delighted to reveal the new David Shuttle Website. David Shuttle, a traditional boutique retailer has been working with us for over six months as part of our work we undertook the design and replatform of their existing website to Magento. The site has... The post New website for David Shuttle appeared first on Webtise.
  • Thornton Hall Hotel stays with Webtise

    Graham Withe
    16 Mar 2015 | 9:11 am
    We are delighted to announce that our loyal client has chosen Webtise, once again, to do a full redesign of their current website. Thornton Hall Hotel & Spa is a one of Wirral’s leading four-star hotels that we have had the pleasure of working with... The post Thornton Hall Hotel stays with Webtise appeared first on Webtise.
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  • What Meerkat’s success says about the future of live PPV?

    25 Mar 2015 | 1:30 am
    The Meerkat app took off at SWSX last week to prove that live video is the easiest and most direct way of engaging with audiences online. Although Meerkat has so far been used primarily for streaming free/personal events, it offers a peek into the future of live pay-per-view. The idea behind the app is dead simple – you stream your live video from an iPhone to the Internet via Twitter to reach thousands of people in on-the-spot real time with live emotions. Followers tune into the stream and can reply or re-tweet streams to get more people involved. According to data by the Washington…
  • 4 foolproof tactics for selling sports pay-per-view

    17 Mar 2015 | 6:25 am
    The sports industry is suddenly facing a tipping point. Gate sales are dropping and the fans are embracing sports content on-the-go. And if that’s not enough, the sport broadcasters are racing to catch up quickly with all of the leading-edge mobile ways that sports videos are being consumed. Take, for example, the Big Game. Cord cutters took a monstrous chunk out of the TV ratings. According to NBC, a peak of 1.3 million people streamed the broadcast concurrently. That set a record for any championship game….ever! Sports giants such as One Championship (the largest MMA organization in…
  • Brit Awards 2015: the music industry is ready for pay-per-view!

    12 Mar 2015 | 7:13 am
    Last month’s Brit Awards 2015 live stream to viewers on YouTube proves that live streaming shows fresh potential for the very same music industry that got a bit stuck in the subscription model. It’s an obvious sign that the biggest players in the music world – who are always searching for faster ways to gather bigger revenues – are finally ready to embrace live streaming. The music industry has been changing with near-lightning speed. Within just a few short years, we’ve been watching the format consumption shift from physical CDs to digital. Nowadays, it’s all about…
  • Why ONE Championship™ – Asia’s MMA giant – goes pay-per-view?

    11 Mar 2015 | 1:51 am
    Martial arts organizations all around the world could take a leaf of ONE Championship™, that is ambitiously progressing into digital space. Asia’s largest Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) organisation is embracing LIVE sports pay-per-view to further introduce best Asian fighters to the rest of the world. MMA fans can count on a seamless, extremely exciting TV-like viewing experience online during the upcoming championships. Thanks to a Brightcove’s integration with Cleeng ONE Championship™ leverages the pay-per-view potential to delight their audiences on a global level. I sat down with…
  • Why is NBC’s comedy SVOD service bound for success?

    4 Mar 2015 | 12:30 pm
    The hot news about the launch by NBC of a comedy on-demand channel doesn’t actually come as a surprise. With HBO and CBS at the forefront of the digital distribution of premium videosit appears that NBC is approaching the OTT market slightly differently: genre-focused. After releasing Radius a fitnessfocused subscription service, NBC are now heading at full speed into comedy. They’ve been testing other types of programming as well, such as horror, religion and family. According to The Wall Street Journal the broadcaster will monetize online two of its shows (and at the same time,…
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    The Digital Delusion - @doylebuehler

  • Australia Continues To Be A Lazy Laggard Within The Worldwide Digital Economy

    Doyle Buehler
    24 Mar 2015 | 8:13 pm
    We may be on a journey toward a digital planet — but we’re all traveling at different speeds, depending on what country you are from. According to the Digital Evolution Index and Harvard Business Review (, Australia is “Stalling Out”, indicating that the rate of digital transformation is regressing and in fact slowing down. Yes, Australia is a laggard in the digital economy. Stall Out countries have previously achieved a good level of evolution, but are losing momentum and risk falling dramatically and…
  • The 3 Insurmountable Lies of Online Business & 21st Century Snake Oil

    Doyle Buehler
    24 Mar 2015 | 6:51 pm
    Perhaps it was from an “expert” or better, an online “guru”, or even that teenager who is doing your social media for you. Take your business online and magic will happen. It might have even been a friend or colleague before you got into business. Build a website and the world will beat a path to your new mousetrap, as the saying goes. Just do this one thing, and your bank account will fill up in the morning. Buy this program and we guarantee you will be massively rich. There are snake-oil salesman even in the 21st Century. The fact is, a lot of businesses have gone into the online…
  • What Happens Online In 60 Seconds – Infographic For Digital Marketing

    Doyle Buehler
    13 Feb 2015 | 4:19 am
    Have you ever wondered what happens throughout an internet minute? 60 seconds of Lots. Millions of things, in fact. While you are reading this, everything changes. New Facebook Accounts, new WordPress pages, new podcasts downloaded. Based on some of the best research out there, we’ve taken a fresh approach to what his happening online, throughout the entire digital spectrum. If your business is based on creating your social media community, digital marketing, SEO, it is important to know where your audience is doing. This infographic helps fill in some of the big pieces as to where you…
  • The 7 Disciplines of Digital Leadership: What do you really need to know to become successful online?

    Doyle Buehler
    11 Feb 2015 | 7:48 pm
    After spending over 14 years in the digital era, it soon became clear what some businesses were doing online to be successful, while others were simply getting by, or worse yet – failing. Why does success online sometimes seem so far away? Why are some companies reaching significant levels of success, interaction, engagement and relevance that leave others spinning their wheels, and getting no traction whatsoever? Why are some businesses closing their doors? Principally, it all comes down to digital leadership. What each one of us does, to guide and develop our online ecosystem, by…
  • The Australian Brain Drain for Online Business Continues with Network 10 Reality TV Show “Shark Tank Australia”

    Doyle Buehler
    5 Feb 2015 | 2:24 pm
    Shark Tank Australia, where entrepreneurs pitch their ideas to business investors, set to air on Network 10 on Feb 8, is lacking key industry relevance. While great on concept, it lacks substance for the true epidemic in Australian business – a keen sense of direction and focus with online, digital businesses and expertise. The investors as part of the show, who judge the entrepreneurs pitch, and decide to either invest or not, consists of only one entrepreneur directly involved in the digital/online space. This entrepreneur format is great for television, as entrepreneurs are pitching…
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    Beats Music Now

  • 2014 Streaming Music Statistics

    24 Mar 2015 | 8:47 pm
    Music Industry revenue statistics have been released for 2014. Read the RIAA full report here. Streaming music continues to be an ever-growing piece of the music industry. Highlights include: ⬥ Paying subscribers to on-demand music services in the U.S. have tripled since 2011. ⬥ The difference between digital downloads and streaming revenues has narrowed – streaming is approaching $2 billion while downloads have decreased to $2.6 billion. ⬥ United States paying subscribers grew 26% to 7.7 million in 2014. The whole pie looks like this:
  • Beats Music Reported To Pay 1.8 Cents per Stream

    23 Mar 2015 | 2:02 pm
    David Harrell is a musician in the indie rock band the Layaways which has self-released four albums. He reports that Beats Music payed out an average of 1.801 cents per stream from his December 2014 CD Baby account. His graph below shows the difference between the current Beats Music payout and average Spotify payouts (0.428 cents) for the last few years. It is not surprising Beats Music is a higher rate. Spotify averages two tiers of users — paying subscribers (high rate) and free users (low rate paid by advertising). Spotify’s average payouts will naturally be lower than Beats…
  • Apple Launching Music Streaming Service Without Beats Music Branding

    6 Mar 2015 | 1:34 pm
    Apple will be launching their iTunes music streaming service in June at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). According to music industry sources, the Beats Music branding will disappear and the service will be “based on technology acquired from Beats Music, including curated playlists, cloud-based libraries…” The current price point is $7.99 which is $2 less than the current Beats Music subscription. iOS and Android will be supported on the mobile side while the service will be integrated into iTunes for Mac users. There has been no mention of web browser support.
  • Led Zeppelin On Beats Music

    24 Feb 2015 | 5:36 pm
    Led Zeppelin catalogue now available on many streaming services incl. @Spotify, @Rdio, @Deezer, @Rhapsody, @GooglePlay, @TIDALHiFi & more. — Led Zeppelin (@ledzeppelin) February 24, 2015 … and Beats Music. For those who care, Led Zeppelin now has most of their albums streaming on Beats Music. About a year ago, Spotify announced they were streaming the Led Zeppelin catalog. Spotify had an exclusive… up until now. With the release of the remastered 40th year anniversary version of Physical Graffiti, Led Zeppelin opted to allow most streaming services to carry their catalog…
  • Apple Hires DJ Zane Lowe

    18 Feb 2015 | 8:57 pm
    DJ Zane Lowe has announced his new employer will be Apple. He will be leaving the BBC Radio 1 after 12 years of nurturing his radio show to be a loud enthusiastic romp through new music discovery. His candid interviews of some of the biggest names in music are top-shelf also. Neither Apple nor Lowe have said what his position will be. The speculation that Apple is seeking big talent in the music-influencer category is an obvious one. As we’re waiting to see what Beats Music becomes, adding Lowe to their arsenal of curators is nothing short of a victory. Hiring Lowe may be an indication…
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  • What to Look for in Website News Technology

    Nurdin Budi M.
    9 Mar 2015 | 11:09 pm
    If you are a fan of technology news and have the web, then you have to search the web that provide information that is accurate and good. The following are some things to be aware of news websites, which are looking for that you think would be useful and help you someday.Website news is very necessary to always provide something new and searched many people, such as:1.Useful InformationThe best source to be possessed of web technology is the information that it contains a story about a company and the business that is being widely discussed and influence buying and selling in the market.
  • Wake up with the Brand Marketing on the Internet

    Nurdin Budi M.
    8 Mar 2015 | 8:52 pm
    Marketing on the internet is very important among the various strategic solutions to increase sales. If within a few years ago a lot of people who use the internet just to do something alone regularly, in contrast to today, many people are using the internet to get a lot of other opportunities are more advanced and better than ever.Today difficult to find someone who lives who never used the internet. Almost everyone knows about the Internet and its function, although some people have a different understanding of the Internet. However, the current Internet has become king of media and beyond…
  • How to Succeed In Internet Marketing Company Affiliate

    Nurdin Budi M.
    5 Mar 2015 | 11:29 pm
    Affiliate internet marketing is a program that is much-loved and worthy to serve as a way to earn a lot of money from the internet. By using your Affiliate may need to provide products and only need use any tactic to get customers.Basically, how is your affiliate marketing products and services from other companies and take advantage of the price of the price given by the company. You do not need to pay anything, you just market and offer it to others so that they are interested in and you get a commission from consumers that you can later on.Generally affiliate program is one-tier or…
  • How to Choose Software to Meet Your Needs

    Nurdin Budi M.
    1 Mar 2015 | 8:42 pm
    How to select the software to meet your needs - this time with the increasing demand and the amount of competition all are required to have a powerful tool and can be used as something that helps you in many ways.You can certainly find a variety of software available in the market. However, with the increasing number of software available in fact it may make you confused to select it.What should you do to find out the best and match you? Below are some tips for choosing the software to fit your needs at a price that is saving:1.FeaturesIn the market, there are several software available at…
  • Optimizing AdSense with The Large Size Picture

    Nurdin Budi M.
    28 Feb 2015 | 11:18 pm
    There are many ways to optimize revenue from Adsense. Some may use the quick way, but it certainly had a greater risk. If you do that, you should consider the impact that you will get it later.To get a good idea you need the user group, or link wheel. In addition, other matrix is also needed to support it. For example, how many times your page appear in some time and also how much of which is derived from the many visitors every time, it is to figure out whether you are using an effective manner or not.Once you have set up the user in a group, then make sure to convey this information…
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    Simon Staffans // Developing Media

  • The good and bad of failing

    Simon Staffans
    23 Mar 2015 | 1:27 pm
    Lately I’ve read a couple of articles on failing, which have echoed something I’ve felt for some time now. See, I’ve been preaching that failing is no disaster, that as long as we learn from our mistakes we shouldn’t be worried about not getting where we’re aiming to get. What I’m a bit worried about though – and what I’ve seen echoed elsewhere – is the growing notion that it’s become a sort of a badge of honor to fail, that failure can be a goal in itself. ”No biggie, I must’ve learnt something from this right?” There have also been a number of people I’ve talked…
  • Transmedia in 2015

    Simon Staffans
    5 Feb 2015 | 6:26 am
    I’ve been eagerly studying, creating, curating and producing in the transmedia vein for the past few years, ever since the cross-media me saw the light of transmedia storytelling in a conference room in Cardiff in the summer of 2010. I’ve taken part of all the different discussions on what transmedia really is and what it’s not, I had the privilege of attending the first Storyworld conference in San Fransisco (probably the best conference I’ve ever been at, in hindsight) and I’ve been blogging and interviewing about transmedia ever since. This, then, is a kind of a half-way check…
  • Laughter and lightness – an interview with Christy Dena

    Simon Staffans
    23 Jan 2015 | 7:59 am
    This interview with Christy Dena was done for the publication One Year In Now Media Vol IV. Here it is, complete with embedded presentations of the projects mentioned. AUTHENTIC IN ALL CAPS won a number of awards in 2014, so this was probably a pretty neat year for you? What were the highlights?   Yes, there were some wonderful surprises this year. Some project highlights include AUTHENTIC winning the Interactive Media category at the 2014 Australian Writers’ Guild Awards; winning the Digital Narrative category at the 2014 WA Premier’s Book Awards; and was Official Selection at the…
  • Exploring international interactive storytelling

    Simon Staffans
    19 Jan 2015 | 5:48 am
    An interview with Ingrid Kopp, the director of digital initiatives at Tribeca. (The following interview was for the publication One Year In Now Media Vol IV. Here it is republished in full, complete with the projects mentioned embedded ) You’ve been all over the world in 2014 – what things excited you the most? What were eye-openers for you? I was on a bit of a mission to explore interactive storytelling more globally in 2014. I wanted to get more of a sense of how this work is developing internationally, and how funding mechanisms work in different regions. I think one of the things…
  • Transmedia – global and personal

    Simon Staffans
    6 Jan 2015 | 9:26 pm
    A little less than a week ago I published the annual-wrap-up and looking-ahead-to-next-year publication “One Year In Now Media Vol IV“. From the start, four years ago, a central part of the publication has been the interviews with creative and intelligent people from different parts of the media field. This year was no exception, as people from all over the world, from Paris to the US, from Denmark to Singapore and Australia gave their look on the highlights of 2014 and the best to come in 2015. One interview this year went a bit deeper. Jeff Gomez of Starlightrunner Entertainment…
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    Bizarre Culture » Media

  • HBO premieres trailer for Kurt Cobain documentary Montage of Heck

    Bizarre Culture
    11 Mar 2015 | 6:59 pm
    HBO is set to release an in-depth documentary of the life of Nirvana frontman, Kurt Cobain. The film, executive produced by Cobain’s daughter, Frances Bean Cobain, will introduce never-before-seen footage of the artist as well as music that has never been released to the public, including a 12 minute acoustic song. The documentary is set to air May 4th. The post HBO premieres trailer for Kurt Cobain documentary Montage of Heck appeared first on Bizarre Culture.
  • House of Cards: 10 questions hanging over from the last season

    Jordan Dean
    26 Feb 2015 | 4:17 am
    Politics is often known to be scandalous, however I never thought a drama related to politics could be so intense that it would leave me binging for hours on end as soon as the new season is finally released onto Netflix. The Netflix original series, House of Cards, is the only series in the last few years that has managed to grip me as much as Games of Throne and Breaking Bad. One of the main reasons for the shows success is the superb central performance from Kevin Spacey (two Oscars, one BAFTA, one Golden Globe) who winds back the years with his brutal depiction of Frank Underwood, a…
  • 6 Google Chrome Extensions That Will Boost Your Productivity

    Bizarre Culture
    20 Jan 2015 | 1:15 pm
    Google’s Chrome browser is packed with thousands of extensions that add all sorts of functionality. Here are the 6 must have Google Chrome extensions for boosting your productivity: AdBlock Adblock is one of the most popular Google Chrome extensions, with over 15 million users. The extension removes the annoyance of banner advertisements from your web experience. If you don’t use Chrome, AdBlock also works with Safari, Opera and Firefox. Pocket Pocket, previously known as “Read It Later,” is used by over 12 million people to save articles, videos and any other goodies you…
  • Film Review: The Interview

    Bizarre Culture
    2 Jan 2015 | 3:54 pm
    This will be a short review, since The Interview has already taken more internet space than it deserves. James Franco and Seth Rogen team up again after creating two successful movies: last year’s This Is The End, and Pineapple Express (2008). It’s safe to say that The Interview is an unsubtle, painful and shallow attempt at satirical comedy – a collapsed self-parody.  James Franco plays a talk show host, Dave Skylark, who presents a celebrity gossip show priding itself on revealing the insipid secrets of the Hollywood elite, including revealing Nicki Minaj’s…
  • Top 10 Films of 2014

    Jordan Dean
    30 Dec 2014 | 4:51 am
    2014 has been a great year for film, rewarding cinephiles with more memorable cinematic experiences than they have been treated to in a good few years. This year has seen seasoned filmmakers like Wes Anderson and Jonathon Glazer produce some of their best work, while some of the years’ most impressive releases have come from exciting new directors such as Dan Gilroy and Jennifer Kent. We’ve also witnessed an exciting change from the high-budget end of the cinematic spectrum. As we’ve come to understand, blockbuster selections aren’t usually spectacular works or even original to boot.
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    Mangled Media

  • Savage Reviews – Clown

    26 Mar 2015 | 4:10 pm
    Presented by Eli Roth and directed by Jon Watts, Clown tells the story of a loving father who dresses as a clown for his sons birthday, only to find out that the suit is cursed and he is transformed into a killer. Well it took a long time for Clown to come out and it’s still waiting for a US release date. When a film about a child killing clown takes so long to be seen, it had me feeling it would go 1 of 2 ways, either, it was a pile of crap that nobody wanted to distribute or, it was so fucked up and graphic, that nobody wanted to take a chance with it. Well, Clown sort of falls into…
  • 11 More Christmas films

    24 Dec 2014 | 8:40 am
    Elves One of our favourite all time bad movies and filled with some great lines that will have you laughing all the way through. We have Nazis trying to selectively breed summoned elves with human girl to create a race of supermen and only a renegade Santa to save her. Black Christmas (1974) A film that influenced many slasher films that came after it, with its use of camera techniques being utilised later by Carpenter in Halloween. A stranger makes calls to a sorority house before killing the sisters. Gremlins Essential festive viewing, Joe Dantes classic film about paranoia with some truly…
  • Recoil Gaming Exploits – Alien Isolation Episode 5

    10 Dec 2014 | 12:13 pm
    Saskia attempts to succeed where Recoil failed and takes on the Xenomorph in Alien Isolation!
  • Tuesday Trailer – Dead Snow 2: Red vs Dead

    9 Dec 2014 | 6:12 am
    The follow up to the 2009 cult film Dead Snow is released on DVD today. It follows on from where our chainsaw wielding hero left us at the end of the first. Dead Snow 2 promises to be a fun, gore filled adventure through even more Nazi zombies, plenty of laughs and references to the genres past. Get ready for goretastic, splatter fun on DVD now.
  • Savage Reviews – The Babadook

    7 Dec 2014 | 8:48 am
    The Babadook is a psychological horror/drama film made on a small budget from first time feature director Jennifer Kent and is a technically very well made film. A single mother, plagued by the violent death of her husband, battles with her son’s fear of a monster lurking in the house, but soon discovers a sinister presence all around her. A beautifully shot film, where the colour and cinematography really create and accentuate the feel of the movie. The soundtrack mirrors the characters emotions as they progress through their development. Essie Davis (Amelia) would probably have an…
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  • Digital Marketing and Media Comic Strip : HAPPe HOUR : March 27, 2015

    Elliott Antal
    26 Mar 2015 | 6:18 pm
    HAPPe HOUR Digital Marketing Comic Strip March 27, 2015 “Even though you know “big data” is out there, you may not know the first step in what to do with it.” That’s according to Search Engine Watch. I’ve learned to not trust words that need to have quotes added around it, “big data” returns 16 million Google search results and has been mentioned over 250k times on Twitter over the past 30 days. It’s currently the king of buzzwords. The question shouldn’t be “what to do with it” it should be “do you understand the…
  • Digital Marketing and Media Comic Strip : HAPPe HOUR : March 20, 2015

    Elliott Antal
    19 Mar 2015 | 6:54 pm
    HAPPe HOUR Digital Marketing Comic Strip March 20, 2015 Wichita State or Indiana? Virginia or Belmont? Michigan State or Georgia? It must be mid-March if you find yourself contemplating these decisions. If you are thoroughly confused as to who to pick then turn to Bing for some guidance. Microsoft Bing is taking a leap into March Madness with a data partnership with the NCAA and according to them, “Bing will then turn those data points into actionable insights in order to help basketball fans build a winning bracket during the tournament.” I followed Bing’s advice and (as…
  • Digital Marketing and Media Comic Strip : HAPPe HOUR : March 6, 2015

    Elliott Antal
    5 Mar 2015 | 6:27 pm
    HAPPe HOUR Digital Marketing Comic Strip March 6, 2015 Lego my LEGO! iMedia Connection recently recognized LEGO as one of their “Brands with the Craziest Fans”. They recently achieved over 10 million page likes on Facebook, a feat that someone promised to tattoo Facebook on their forehead if they accomplished. There are more than 34 million pictures tagged with #LEGO on Instagram. With this type of hardcore following online it only made sense for us to feature them in a cartoon. From a brand that lost it’s way a few decades ago to a community manager’s dream…
  • Digital Marketing and Media Comic Strip : HAPPe HOUR : February 20, 2015

    Elliott Antal
    19 Feb 2015 | 7:04 pm
    HAPPe HOUR Digital Marketing Comic Strip February 20, 2015 “Step right up. You could get speedy broadband for $70 a month.” Sound too good to be true? Well the fine print says that you cannot opt out of web browsing tracking. Introducing GigaPower, the speedy broadband service from AT&T. You can get this service for $70, but if you opt out of being tracked then the price rises to $99 a month. According to AT&T the two pricing tiers “make it possible for customers to receive more relevant offers and advertising based on their browsing activity.” It follows the…
  • Digital Marketing and Media Comic Strip : HAPPe HOUR : February 06, 2015

    Elliott Antal
    5 Feb 2015 | 6:54 pm
    HAPPe HOUR Digital Marketing Comic Strip February 6, 2015 First we were told to shake it like a polaroid picture, then came the Shake Weight, and now the latest fad to incorporate shaking something is the Torque 2.0 app for Android phones. According to Search Engine Watch, “One of the most notable updates is the addition of a “shake and search” feature for Bing search – all the user needs to do is shake their phone and then say their inquiry.” I’m hoping Bing starts to provide wrist straps (think Wii) with every Android purchased, or at least until this…
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    Online Digital Magazine Publishing Software | Subscriptions for Magazines

  • The Story About iPad Magazine Publishing

    12 Mar 2015 | 5:21 am
    Keeping in view of the colossal market of the iPad, iPad Magazine Publishing meaning to say making their magazines available on iPads has become critically important. Let’s find out more. A great deal of corporations across the world has introduced iPad Magazine Publishing meaning to say making their digital magazines accessible through the iPad. And the users like the super cool features such as the video integration and other smart navigation techniques which is required by the fashion for iPad magazines. This is certainly a great move by the organizations as the number of iPad users are…
  • Digital Publishing And Digital Magazine App

    21 Feb 2015 | 4:09 am
    Digital Publishing And Digital Magazine AppDigital publishing has successfully turned out as a better alternative for traditional paper printed publishing. Now digital magazine apps are available to take the digital publishing industry to the next level. Technological enhancements transformed the landscape of a great deal of industries and the publishing industry is one of them. Digital or e-publishing has attained great eminence in a very short span of time and now it has digitized nearly every sector. Publishers and the business owners are greatly dependent on it to enhance their reach,…
  • Digital Magazines - Present Your Content in An Engaging Way

    18 Feb 2015 | 3:58 am
    Best Magazine Apps for iPadDigital magazines are become famous because of the rich features and advantages which they possess. Also, they get huge popularity in a short period of time because of the amazing page turning software. If you want to experience the web technological developments which have taken the world by storm then try digital magazines that have been budded over the years. Keeping in view of the fact that the digital magazines are a product of digital publications you can expect all the features in a digital magazine for which digital publications are famous for. They are in…
  • Today’s Trends iPhone Magazines

    17 Feb 2015 | 2:16 am
    Free Magazine Apps for iPhoneDigital magazines offer loads of advantages over the paper print magazines, so in this way you can say they are a cut above as compared to their paper counterparts. In this article we’ll find out the reasons behind virtual magazines success.Digital magazines are the best way to see the digital revolution. Further, like other digital publications such as the e-catalogs, e-newspapers, e-brochures, etc. digital magazines play a major role in presenting the content in a better and engaging way to the online visitors. Digital magazines provide greater interactivity…
  • Digital Magazines - A Future Investment

    16 Feb 2015 | 1:35 am
    Free Magazine Apps for iPadDigital magazines are slowly becoming a first choice for millions of people across the world. In this article we will discuss about them and find out the reasons why they are surpassing their paper counterparts.Digital media industry has been come out as a promising option of marketing and reading since the advent of it. It has been embraced by millions of people around the world for its ease, accessibility and benefits. Nowadays, the market of paper printed magazines are confronting serious decline since the world wide acceptance of digital media. Numerous major…
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    InPlayer » News/BlogInPlayer

  • How Subscriptions Can Drive Revenue For Your App Or Website

    Dimitar Serafimov
    26 Mar 2015 | 8:49 am
    Creating an exciting website or app that delivers something new and original to consumers is the first stage to success, but on its own it isn’t enough. The key to real success is how to monetize your website or app, so that views and visits becomes real revenue. Increasingly, one of the most effective, as well as one of the simplest, ways to do this is by offering your content on a subscription basis. The Modern Subscriber Model Whilst it may be true that everyone likes to get something for nothing, that doesn’t mean that people aren’t prepared to pay for what they really…
  • The Rise In Online Video Traffic

    Dimitar Serafimov
    25 Mar 2015 | 7:37 am
    We are living in the middle of a technological revolution: processors are getting faster, and technology is growing smaller, and the results are changing every aspect of our lives. Technological advances are bringing new opportunities, new challenges, but above all new freedoms. People have the freedom to watch what they want when they want, and this added convenience has seen a rapid rise in the online video traffic figures. Sports Are Driving Demand We’re a sport mad society, and whether you love football, baseball, athletics, soccer, or something completely different, online videos…
  • Live streaming technology at SXSW 2015: Round-up

    Dimitar Serafimov
    23 Mar 2015 | 6:04 am
    For people interested in innovative live streaming technology all roads lead to Austin, Texas in March. The annual South by Southwest Interactive Festival is a chance for companies to showcase the future of interactive technology, and the 2015 festival certainly didn’t disappoint. Let’s round up some of the most interesting features and news that came out of SXSW relating to the world of live streaming technology. Meerkat, The Streaming Miracle Meerkat has made a huge splash in a short space of time, and it was a main topic of conversation right across the Austin Convention…
  • How To Become An OTT Service Provider?

    Dimitar Serafimov
    20 Mar 2015 | 7:08 am
    As audiences clamour to watch video streaming content online so OTT (over the top) streaming seems to be a popular area of activity for many, including media giants such as Sky in the UK, and HBO in the US. Of course not everyone has the huge resources available to these companies but that doesn’t mean you can’t enter the OTT arena. What you do need is knowledge of what is needed to become an OTT provider. There’s a lot to consider, from content to technology. Content is key In a world where more and more people are watching content on an IP enabled device, in 2012 this figure was more…
  • Live Stream Broadcasting: Speed Requirements

    Dimitar Serafimov
    19 Mar 2015 | 7:33 am
    Technological advances have opened up doors for modern broadcasters. There’s no longer a requirement to broadcast on television, with all the restrictions and challenges that brings with it, as people increasingly watch their favorite programs via non static platforms, by using laptops, tablets and smart phones. Whilst live streaming content can bring a wealth of opportunities, it’s important to meet the speed requirements that your potential audience is looking for. Why Live Streaming Is The Way Forward The millennial generation is becoming very important in the worlds of…
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  • American travel to Cuba [infographic]

    27 Mar 2015 | 6:43 pm
    With a new phase dawning in the relationship between the United States and Cuba, more and more people are starting to look into trips to the formerly forbidden land. The post American travel to Cuba [infographic] appeared first on Holy Kaw!.
  • 10 surprising facts about women’s clothes [video]

    27 Mar 2015 | 6:00 pm
    The miniskirt was not meant to be sexy. High heels were meant for men. Corsets were diet aids. What is going on? The world isn't as it seems! Learn more crazy trivia about women's clothes below. The post 10 surprising facts about women’s clothes [video] appeared first on Holy Kaw!.
  • Groupon rises to occasion by responding to all Banana Bunker Facebook posts

    27 Mar 2015 | 5:39 pm
    The only thing better than the comments on an item like a Banana Bunker is when the company that posts it gets in on the action. The post Groupon rises to occasion by responding to all Banana Bunker Facebook posts appeared first on Holy Kaw!.
  • Epic basketball dunk turns into epic basketball fail [video]

    27 Mar 2015 | 5:00 pm
    The stage was set for the perfect dunk. People lined the player's path, there was a car for him to jump over, and the pyrotechnics were set to go off. The only problem was, the dunk failed, the car got in the way, and the pyrotechnics went off in celebration of nothing. The post Epic basketball dunk turns into epic basketball fail [video] appeared first on Holy Kaw!.
  • The ultimate checklist for productive meetings

    27 Mar 2015 | 4:08 pm
    Tired of wasting your working days in meetings that go nowhere? Dread being the person who plans them? No worries with this planning checklist from Harvard Business Review that will keep things on track and make sure all your bases are covered. Full story at Harvard Business Review via Lifehacker. Better business practices. Photo credit: … The post The ultimate checklist for productive meetings appeared first on Holy Kaw!.
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  • [M] Silicon Power Stream S06 4TB USB 3.0 HDD Review

    Stefan Mileschin
    28 Mar 2015 | 12:38 am
    The Stream S06 4TB variant from Silicon Power is incorporating drives from Seagate, and to be more exact the ST4000DM000 model, which is built to support the 6Gb/s SATA interface, with a spindle speed of 5900RPM. The drive is featuring four platters, 1TB each and comes with a power consumption of 7.5W in normal operation, IDLE of 5W, while the sleep mode would only require 0.75W. [url]http://ww
  • The best WiFi router (for most people)

    Stefan Mileschin
    27 Mar 2015 | 11:20 am
    This post was done in partnership with The Wirecutter, a list of the best technology to buy. Read the original full article below at If I wanted the cheapest good WiFi router I could get, I would buy the TP-Link TL-WDR3600. It's a ...
  • Google loses over privacy settings

    Stefan Mileschin
    27 Mar 2015 | 11:20 am
    The UK Court of Appeal has turned down an attempt by Google to overthrow a previous verdict that allowed people to sue it over privacy settings. The case, according to the BBC, centres around allegations that Google got round security settings on the Apple Safari browser and threw advertising cookies on people’s websites to advertise stuff. [url]
  • Wait, what? OnePlus serenely reveals upcoming ‘game changer’ is a drone

    Stefan Mileschin
    27 Mar 2015 | 11:19 am
    Not an Android-powered console, not a gaming controller and not a virtual reality head-mounted display. Well, we certainly did not see this coming. Sure, we emphasized off the bat everything was possible with regard to the mystery gadget OnePlus has on deck that’s not another phone, or a conventional tablet or smartwatch. But a drone?... [url]
  • Broadwell Xeon D lands on Mini-ITX boards

    Stefan Mileschin
    27 Mar 2015 | 11:19 am
    Intel introduced its Broadwell-based Xeon D server SoC earlier this month, and already, the chip has popped up in a couple of interesting Mini-ITX boards. Super Micro's X10SDV-TLN4F and X10SDV-F both feature the Xeon D-1540, which has eight cores, 16 threads, and a peak Turbo speed of 2.6GHz.
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    Rocks Digital

  • Randall Turner, Digital Marketing Expert, to Speak on Your Visibility Checkup

    Diana Wells
    27 Mar 2015 | 8:56 am
    Randall Turner, Digital Marketing Expert to speak at Rocks Digital Randall Turner is the Chief Operating Officer (COO) and Co-Founder of Advice Interactive Group which is a full service digital marketing agency that offers Smart Digital Strategy. Randall has experience with SEO – Local & National, PPC, Social Media Marketing, Web Design, Web Development, Inbound Content Marketing Campaigns, Local Search, Email Campaigns, and Video Marketing Campaigns, basically all things Digital Marketing.  Prior to co-founding Advice Interactive, Randall spent 4 years with Verizon, now known as…
  • 3 Ways Dr. Seuss Guides You How to Write From the Core of Your Being

    Debra Jason
    26 Mar 2015 | 3:22 pm
    In the last few years, I have seen a shift happening in the world of online marketing. I am guessing you’ve seen it too. It’s a shift from content that hypes a product (or makes claims that can’t be substantiated) to a heart-centered approach that resonates with people in a kinder, gentler way. “Marketing and writing with heart, not hype” has been my tag line because it is a philosophy I’ve valued for a long time. I even stepped down from a project once when my client asked me to make promises that his product was not going to deliver. An important tip to remember, is “Don’t…
  • Are You A Rockstar? Take The Sales Success IQ Test and Find Out

    John Carroll
    25 Mar 2015 | 2:00 am
    Most of us view ourselves as serious business people, committed to success and focused on those things that will ultimately lead to greater sales and profitability. However, are we really following a path that will lead to future success, and do our actions truly reflect the focus and commitment required to get us there? Are you a serious business owner or just playing office? A Kauffman Foundation study of 549 successful businesses showed that 93% of the business owners surveyed believed “not putting in the time and effort required” to be the second most common barrier to…
  • Learn WHY Citations Are Important and HOW To Take Your Data Back #eBook

    Bernadette Coleman
    24 Mar 2015 | 2:00 am
    Citations. Citations. Citations. Is this one of those words you keep hearing and are pretty sure you know what it means, but aren’t 100%. I can help you solve the mystery right now. A citation is any mention of your business on the Internet. Sometimes this can include your business, name, address, phone number and a link to your website. Why Citations Are Important For Your Business Helps search engines to find your website Serves your business information to potential customers when they search on mobile and desktop Gives your business an edge over your competition online in search…
  • Why You Need Digital Marketing Conferences 2015 #Infographic

    Lissa Duty
    23 Mar 2015 | 9:00 am
    Are you riding the digital marketing wave? This is the 21st century and the fact is as a business owner, brand manager or digital marketer you have to eat, sleep and drink digital marketing to stay-up-to-date on what is hot and relevant in the industry! Best Digital Marketing Conferences in 2015 How better to do that then to attend the best of the best in digital marketing conferences? With so many to choose from, Digital Third Coast did the research for you and the infographic below shares digital marketing conferences from around the United States for you to check out. No matter where you…
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    Vlog Nation

  • How to Promote Your YouTube Channel on Facebook

    Vlog Nation
    21 Mar 2015 | 9:35 am
    If you want to have a successful YouTube channel, you’re going to have to do some promoting and marketing. Fortunately, with the power of social media, getting the word out about your YouTube channel has never been easier, especially on Facebook. Facebook is the most widely used and popular social media network in the world. Over a billion people worldwide are using Facebook. That’s one-seventh of the population of the whole world! Still wondering why you should use Facebook for promoting your YouTube channel and vlogs? Probably not, right? So, with the “why” of the matter out of the…
  • Pinterest Marketing Tips for YouTube Video Bloggers

    Vlog Nation
    19 Mar 2015 | 1:20 pm
    Pinterest is one of the fastest-growing social media sites out there right now. Not only that, but it’s also one of the many great opportunities to promote your YouTube channel, too. With more people pinning than ever before, you don’t want to miss your chance to really increase your YouTube channel’s exposure for free and without spending much time either. What Is Pinterest? Let’s begin by taking a closer look at Pinterest. Like other social networks, Pinterest is a great place to share ideas, products, services, and much more. Unlike other networks, though, its content is almost…
  • How to Use Google+ to Promote Your YouTube Channel

    Vlog Nation
    16 Mar 2015 | 10:00 am
    Social media is a fun and engaging way to promote your YouTube channel. From announcing new video uploads on Facebook to tweeting at your followers on Twitter, you can reach a global audience from the convenience of your own home. The key to getting maximum results from your YouTube channel’s social media accounts is to choose the proper platforms that fit not only your audience, but will best benefit your vlog channel. One great choice for marketing your YouTube channel on social media is Google+. Let’s look at how you can use Google Plus to promote your YouTube channel and get more…
  • 3 Effective Tips for YouTube Success as a Vlogger

    Vlog Nation
    13 Mar 2015 | 4:24 pm
    Maintaining a successful YouTube vlogging channel over the long term is actually not as complex as it may seem. If you enjoy creating content related to your YouTube channel, collaborating with other vloggers on relevant topics, and getting involved with your vlogging community, you should see a growth in your audience and come across great results with your YouTube channel and your vlogs. Start a Companion Blog Start blogging about your vlogs! This keeps you on your viewers’ radar, even when you can’t upload new YouTube videos. Basically, let’s say your schedule allows you to put out…
  • 7 Helpful YouTube Tips for Your Vlogging Channel

    Vlog Nation
    9 Mar 2015 | 3:05 am
    So you’ve started vlogging on YouTube…now what? If you want to grow your audience, create brand recognition, and start really succeeding with your channel, you’ll need to do a few strategic things with marketing, and engagement. Fortunately, you don’t have to be a YouTube guru to understand how to get more views, subscribers, and interactions for your vlogs. You just have to give these seven effective strategies a try… Promote Your YouTube Channel with a Playlist of Popular Videos A lot of vloggers make the mistake of just linking to their YouTube channel’s homepage when…
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    ukjoncollins blog

  • How to run a second instance of Premiere Pro

    22 Mar 2015 | 2:55 pm
    One feature that frustrates old FCP7 users when they jump over to Premiere Pro, is the ability to run two projects side by side. This little tip will show you how to open multiple Premiere Pro projects on a Mac. Whilst Premiere Pro’s inbuilt media import feature is great for importing assets including sequences and titles, sometimes it’s handy to flick between projects. Using Terminal, we’re going to use the open command to tell the Mac to open Premiere Pro. Start by launching Terminal (either from Applications/Utilities/Terminal or hit ⌘ + Space and type in Terminal). Next up right…
  • Debunking Branded Content Video Terminology

    20 Feb 2015 | 10:57 am
    There are certain phrases that clients and co-workers ask me again and again for the meaning of. I thought I’d just pull up the most common ones I come across and list them here. Have I missed any? Are there any terms you have to keep explaining? Feel free to leave them in the comments section. A-Roll 1. Rushes containing the primary content, usually interviews. 2. A pre-packaged editorial edit that can be played out or uploaded directly to a website with out requiring any additional editing work. Includes graphics and titles. Depending on the content, this may or may not have music. B-Roll…
  • How to create a quick motion blur effect on titles in Premiere Pro

    2 Feb 2015 | 8:20 am
    One of my biggest gripes with creating graphics in Premiere Pro and animating them, is that there’s currently no way to add motion blur. Motion blur adds a subtle but professional feel to moving graphics, that don’t jar with the person watching them. Usually I’d whip over to After Effects, dynamically link a composition and let After Effects do the work. However, sometimes I’m just looking for a quick fix or co-working on a project with non-AE users. This trick only really works for reveals such as the bottom, solid layer of a lower-third title. Create a new title in the project and…
  • This is my first blog post...

    26 Jan 2015 | 12:26 pm
    I endeavour to update this periodically. Hopefully once or twice a month. I'll try and keep these posts concise and to the point. Topics I plan to cover include mixing live-action with motion graphics, efficiently creating titles, tips on how to key green-screen with DSLRs, tools that help me amongst other words of wisdom. Any questions or comments I can be reached @ukjoncollins or
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  • The Economic Observer 经济观察报

    26 Mar 2015 | 1:21 am
    The Economic Observer Weekly Newspaper Owned By: Unknown Editions : Beijing Language : Chinese Epaper URL : http:// Country : China Overview This newspaper (Chinese:经济观察报) is an independent weekly which has been publishing in China, since the year 2001. It is voted as the second most popular economic newspaper in the country. It seems to be highly inspired by the British Financial Times, but it has it’s own unique signature features. It’s intensity of wide coverage on economic news was the key to it’s success and popularity. It’s online…
  • Beijing Daily 北京日报

    26 Mar 2015 | 1:03 am
    Beijing Daily Newspaper Owned By: Beijing Daily Group Editions : Beijing Language : Chinese Epaper URL : http:// Country : China Summary This newspaper (北京日报) was founded on October 1st,1952,  as the official newspaper of CPC Beijing Municipal Committee. It was handover to the Beijing Daily Group in 2000, which contributed a lot to it’s success by making it one of the largest circulated newspapers in the city. It contains a total of 16 pages covering local, international, domestic, sports, culture and economy news at high standards. As a result, it has…
  • China Youth Daily 中国青年报

    26 Mar 2015 | 12:55 am
    China Youth Daily Newspaper Owned By: Communist Youth League of China Editions : Beijing Language : Chinese Epaper URL : http:// Country : China Overview This newspaper (Chinese:  中国青年报) is the first independent news media in the People’s Republic of China, which is organized by the central government. It is very popular due to it’s influential articles and is considered one of the china’s largest circulated newspapers with an average circulation of about 1 million, and with overseas distribution in more than 40 countries and regions. It publishes…
  • Legal Daily 法制日报

    26 Mar 2015 | 12:45 am
    Legal Daily Newspaper Owned By: People’s Republic of China Editions : All over China Language : Chinese Epaper URL : Country : China About the Newspaper It is a popular Chinese ( 法制日报) newspaper, focusing on legal affairs with a wide coverage and wide readership network. It is a state-owned newspaper owned by People’s republic of China, which is a strong alignment in China to fight against injustice and to do favor to people as per legal law and as per constitutional laws. Being a state-owned newspaper, it is the blue-print of…
  • Global Times 环球时报

    26 Mar 2015 | 12:40 am
    Global Times Daily Newspaper Owned By: People’s Daily Editions : Beijing Language : English and Chinese (环球时报) Epaper URL : Country : China About Newspaper It is a bilingual newspaper which is available in Chinese as well as English language, which is the first feature differentiating it from other Chinese newspapers . It is backed up by dedicated journalism which may sometimes accompany serious controversies. Of the two language editions, Chinese edition focuses on international events while the English edition focuses on China’s regional…
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    Kreata Global Blog

  • Why have my Facebook likes decreased?

    25 Mar 2015 | 5:17 am
    Read about why Facebook’s update on decreasing page likes is a blessing in disguise Facebook has always made sure its users are engaged with relevant content. Taking another step towards this, the social media giants recently announced a new update to remove ‘memorialized or deactivated accounts from Page Likes counts. This means that likes from [...]
  • How the acquisition of “The Find” will improve retargeting ads on Facebook

    Deepan Parameswar
    19 Mar 2015 | 4:27 am
    Do you feel bombarded by ads of products that you have once searched for and later purchased? You can now heave a sigh of relief as it is going to end soon, at least on Facebook. The social network acquired “The Find” last week, which is a discovery shopping search engine. Facebook will shut the [...]
  • Digital Marketing in Middle East: Five trends that matter in 2015

    Mohammed Shahid
    4 Mar 2015 | 2:06 am
    Change is the only constant. And if you are into digital media marketing, your only option is to move quickly and adapt to changes before others, who are also trying to target the same audience, do it. Middle East is not a single market; it consists of several markets with audiences from different nationalities, different [...]
  • Facebook Product Ads – Better opportunities for e-tailers and tough competition for Google

    Deepan Parameswar
    26 Feb 2015 | 3:15 am
    The recent launch of the new Facebook Product Ads has come as a solution for businesses that want to promote multiple products across all the devices their customers use. As per a press release by Facebook, businesses can showcase more products and people on Facebook can discover more relevant products with Product Ads. Product Ads [...]
  • We are embracing the New!

    Deepan Parameswar
    18 Feb 2015 | 2:58 am
    “Life doesn’t get better by chance; it gets better by change” - Jim Rohn Kreata Global is gearing up for some new exciting developments and we want you to know about it. We’re bringing a new change to our brand identity; a change for the best. This is our first major rebranding exercise since the [...]
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  • 5 ways to earn money and prizes doing everyday activities

    Kim Komando
    28 Mar 2015 | 12:00 am
    Need some extra cash? Get money for doing things you would do anyway for free. I'm not kidding.
  • One thing every cordless phone owner needs to do

    Kim Komando
    28 Mar 2015 | 12:00 am
    Do you have a cordless phone in your home? It might be a doorway for snoops and eavesdroppers. Make it secure.
  • 10 must-have productivity apps

    Kim Komando
    28 Mar 2015 | 12:00 am
    Your smartphone and tablet don't have to use up your time. In fact, with these apps they can give you time back.
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    Kim Komando
    28 Mar 2015 | 12:00 am
    This is the secret the cable companies don't want you to know The ultimate gadget for online anonymity, privacy and security Tired of misplacing your keys?
  • 3 ways to free up space on your smartphone or tablet

    Kim Komando
    28 Mar 2015 | 12:00 am
    You're in the park with your family and one of the kids does something unbelievably cute. You quickly grab your smartphone to take a video and ... "Not enough room." A full smartphone or tablet can't take pictures, download music, add new apps, or even install operating system updates that contain important security fixes. You...
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