Companies like Reuters, The Wall Street Journal, and SB Nation took part in YouTube's original programming project. But their viewership can't always hit the high levels of more entertainment-centric options.
Via Rodrigo Mesquita
Powerful computers are becoming small and cheap enough to cram into all sorts of everyday objects. Natan Linder, a student at MIT’s Media Lab, thinks that fitting one inside a light bulb socket, together with a camera and projector, could provide a revolutionary new kind of interface—by turning any table or desk into a simple touch screen.
Le problème avec les médias sociaux, c’est que les données les concernant changent en permanence. L’évolution des services est de plus en plus rapide, les nombres d’inscrits battent record sur record, même les usages changent régulièrement.
In short, we are in the midst of a tablet explosion that is once again reshaping media consumption. That shift is going to affect how people read their news and how they pay for it. It’s too easy to write off paid news subscriptions as a failed a model, and too naive to say they’re going to be the savior of publications everywhere. A
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For digital news publishers, nailing a prominent link in Google News has almost always been a good thing. It is a traffic boon. The automatic news aggregation service sends 4 billion clicks to news websites every month, according to Google. But some publishers – namely AP, AFP, and Rupert Murdoch – have long taken umbrage with Google, whom they have accused of leeching off of newspapers’ content. Cantankerous Murdoch has called Google “content kleptomaniacs.”
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