Lindsay Rothfeld: "In 2014, several big trends solidified themselves as potential game-changers for the entertainment and television industry: Among them participatory television, enhanced analytics, mobile engagement, new options for advertisers and increased digital streaming."
Liraz Margalit: "[Tinder's] runaway success cannot be attributed solely to singles looking for quick hook-ups. The counter-intuitive truth is that Tinder actually provides users with all the information they need to make an informed first impression about a potential long-term mate. And it does so by matching our human evolutionary mechanism."
Mark Strauss: "The Nielsen Company has created this handy infographic so that you can precisely determine how much of your life would be required to view every episode of every season of the top animated shows. That way, you can plan accordingly if a planet-destroying asteroid is just one week away from impact."
Sarah Juckes: "The word metadata sounds potentially confusing but is really very simple. Its direct translation is “data about data.” When we’re talking about books, it simply means all the information about your book that isn’t the story itself" ...
T.L. Stanley: "Since the mid-2000s, Doritos has been making a high-profile event out of doing just that during the biggest football game of the year, but industry veterans say the business of fan-generated marketing is thriving even in the off season."
Chris Osterndorf: "From films, to toys, to parks, Walt Disney's original vision has come to fruition so completely it’s hard to imagine even he knew what was possible. And one of the chief ways Disney has kept that original vision intact is by building a reputation for being very, very litigious."
Sarah Salovaara: "The crowdfunding boom has proved an altogether blessing for entrepreneurism, artists and consumers alike, with the role of sites like Kickstarter now extending beyond a helpful platform and into the campaign afterlife" ...
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