Lost Remote Breaks Down MTV's Social TV Offering... →
via Lost Remote and Natan Edelsburg This year will features live voting via Twitter. MTV’s proprietary second screen offerings have always been ahead of the curve when it comes to their tent-pole events.
via KPCB Published May 2012 by Mary Meeker and Liang Wu This report talks about today’s Internet growth and provides an in-depth look for the following new trends: 1) review of Internet stats and notes that Internet growth remains robust and rapid mobile adoption is still in early stages; 2) run through a number of examples of business models that are being re-imagined and re-invented thanks to...
Miso CEO Asks: Please Don't Ruin The Second Screen →
via TechCrunch by Somrat Niyogi
Social Suites Grow Up: What Does it Mean? →
via Going Social Now by Shiv Singh If you’re able to put aside the noise around the Facebook IPO and what certain auto manufacturers may say, you’ll realize that social media marketing is here to stay on a mass scale. Every day it only gets bigger and bigger and CEOs of Fortune 100 companies are recognizing this. Both the Unilever and the P&G CEOs talked about social media during...
Before you finished getting out of bed, brushing your teeth with clean tap...– Jacqueline Novogratz - from commencement speech at Gettysburg College. via Brain Pickings
Today Show Partners with Viggle for Summer Concert... →
via Lost Remote by Natan Edelsburg
You Can Change the Channel, but Local News Is the... →
Agreements in which local TV stations share news operations are seen by the stations as a survival strategy, and by critics as a barrier to competition.
Is Modular Design the Key to Rapid Innovation? →
via Innovation Excellence by Nicholas Bry Great read.
An Analysis of Social TV and the Second Screen →
via Weber Shandwick Digital by Justin Tsang
There is No Such Thing as a "Second" Screen →
via Stradella Road Blog Co-Founder Amanda Gross-Tuft turned me on to this post about the phrase “Second Screen” in comparison to the data from a study on consumer behavior called “Media Multitasking Behavior: Concurrent Television and Computer Usage” (You know you are a Social TV nerd when…) In a delightfully specific study on this topic called “Media Multitasking...
Entrepreneurs are Idealists and Agencies are... →
via Darren Herman originally tweeted by Tom Thai Great post. Bonus points for Wayne Gretzky quotes every time.
Coming to Terms with Networked Anthropology →
via Tomorrow Culture By Samuel Gerald Collins and Matthew Slover Durington Samuel Collins and Matthew Durington are anthropology professors at Towson University and this is a part of their larger project “Anthropology by The Wire” (These guys are brilliant humans) Coming to Terms with Networked Anthropology “…To us, this looks more and more like the emergence of a...
Seinfeld's Productivity Secret →
via Lifehacker by Brad Isaac He told me to get a big wall calendar that has a whole year on one page and hang it on a prominent wall. The next step was to get a big red magic marker. He said for each day that I do my task of writing, I get to put a big red X over that day. “After a few days you’ll have a chain. Just keep at it and the chain will grow longer every day. You’ll...
The New Yorker Will Tweet 8,500 Word Story Over 10... →
via Gizmodo by Leslie Horn Interesting social experiment. Probably annoying, but maybe not. Bravo to the New Yorker for having some huevos to try something new at least while many of the old publishing stalwarts sit on the sideline and throw rocks. You can follow along at @NYerFiction
Facebook IPO Post Mortem – Killer – but not for... →
via Blog Maverick by Mark Cuban Great takeaway pointed out by @themediacamp “If you can’t buy an ad effectively on mobile and no one is using a PC to connect to the internet any more, then the only way to reach an audience is going to be via good old tv.”
TBS and FB Announce Distribution Partnership with... →
An Old Boss and Friend makes Fast Co. Top 100 Most... →
via Fast Co by Christine Champagne #46 Ross Martin “With the breakthrough work that’s being done today in our industry, everybody’s all up in everybody’s grill,” he says. “With all that confusion and chaos, it’s creating opportunities for us to bust out of those old boxes.” He adds, “If work ever feels really, really safe, we know...