There are many way to finance media. Today, most media is subsidized. How could that change?
What is the output of a media firm: is it entertainment or information?
the answer can help us classify media firms.
Three dimensions dominate today’s media landscape. Realizing what they are will help us save the media.
In this first piece in a series, I look at ownership vs. renting, the result of a number of observations throughout the last few months.
Continuing through a series of predictions for 2009, in this entry I examine the media space and present some of my thoughts about what might happen in the coming year.
How TV could change.
Since 1997, It’s been a long running game here at TNL.net central to make wild predictions about the upcoming year that have turned out to be only somewhat off (and, as always, I promise to revisit them around the end of next year to assess how far off base I was) so here goes this […]
AOL bought Weblogs inc., the two year old weblog network founded by Jason Calacanis and Brian Alvey, for a number that is rumored to be anywhere between $25 million and $40 million. In this process, Time Warner may be providing some ideas as to the valuation of blogs by traditional media. The power of the […]
I’m attending the WeMedia conference today and will be live-blogging in this entry. Watch the site for constant updates as I will keep adding to this entry. It seems there are two clear camps here: the new media adopters and the traditional crowd. They can easily be identified based on whether they have laptops in […]
Another year, another round of predictions. As is now becoming customary on TNL.net, it’s time to project out the future year. As always, I’ll revisit those predictions at the end of the year. Voice Over IP VoIP experienced tremendous growth in 2004 but it was just the beginning. This year, much more will happen in […]