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October 20, 2010 9:26 PM

Looking Beyond The Banner Ad tagged “Mediaweek”

Banner advertising never had a chance. And that's not a cynic of advertising talking, but rather someone who spent the bulk of the early Internet days selling banner advertising and cutting deals. Even during the heyday (before the dot com... Read more

By Mitch Joel

November 21, 2009 1:58 PM

Video Games Are The Newest Cable Channels tagged “Mediaweek”

Trying to understand the real size and scope of the television viewing audience is near-impossible. Even with all of the new monitoring systems, it's hard to really figure out who is watching what (and how much attention they're paying to... Read more

By Mitch Joel

April 22, 2009 3:43 PM

The Present And Future Of Media – Big Trouble Or Huge Opportunity? tagged “Mediaweek”

Five very interesting, very different and very scary news items just crawled across the wire (or Google Reader - depending on how "with it" you are). Independently, they are worrying, when placed against one another, they create an even bigger... Read more

By Mitch Joel

December 23, 200811:40 PM

Breaking News On The Internet tagged “Mediaweek”

Media is changing much faster than you think. Today, Pew Research announced that the Internet has overtaken Newspapers as a news source for the mass population. Once again, this changes everything. "The internet, which emerged this year as a leading... Read more

By Mitch Joel

July 23, 200810:49 PM

When 46% Of The CBS TV Audience Watch Their Shows Online, You Know The World Is Changing tagged “Mediaweek”

I'm sort of a statistics geek. I love hearing crazy things like 46% of CBS' TV audience watch the network's shows online. That was the big headline from MediaWeek on Monday with their news item, CBS: 46% of TV Audience... Read more

By Mitch Joel

December 15, 200711:37 AM

No Slow Down For Online Social Networks - The Numbers Are "Staggering" tagged “Mediaweek”

When traditional Journalists use words like "staggering" to describe something, my ears always perk up. It's like when someone starts a sentence by saying, "it's incumbent on us..." I always feel like what comes next is something I should be... Read more

By Mitch Joel