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Montag, November 23, 2009

Twitter Feeds 21. /23. November 2009 by LoudTwitter

  • 19:05 @Bernd_Pitz Die Big Five beschreiben Persönlichkeitsstrukturen, Ehrlichkeit ist aber eher eine Kategorie der Wahrnehmung, oder? #
  • 16:23 @verlagsreport Wohl eher eine Implementierung unter Adobe Air, die dann AUCH a. d. iTablet schön aussehen würde, falls es das einmal gibt ;) #
  • 16:27 From a fairytales world: The Huffington Post has NOT seen the iTablet - TUAW the unofficial Apple Weblog ( bit.ly/65B1LQ ) #
  • 07:44 Reading Bruce McCall '50 Things to Do with a Book (Now That Reading is Dead)' at Fanityfair bit.ly/8hNmIe (via @ThadMcIlroy ) #
  • 07:55 contentSutra: MRU's IRS 2009 Round 2: Dailies Continue To Grow, Periodicals Decline (further) bit.ly/6svsEP (via @sruthijith ) #
  • 08:12 Ich glaube nicht, dass der Ansatz von Microsoft/Bing aufgeht, durch exklusive Content-Verträge massiv bei Suchmaschinennutzern zu punkten #
  • 08:17 FT.com: Microsoft and News Corp eye web pact" ( bit.ly/4Tkfnn ) #
  • 08:46 Verlegertugenden, Mathias Döpfner transponiert: Leser und Autoren (sind Divien und) sollten verwöhnt werden. Verleger müssen sich quälen ... #
  • 10:08 Trendwatching: 10 Crucial Consumer Trends for 2010 bit.ly/23Hhqk #
  • 10:13 Reading: Is B2B the Real Market for E-books? | Publishing Perspectives bit.ly/4GTcUd (via @ehrhardtheinold ) #
  • 10:24 RT @thestrategyweb: Studie zu Social Media Nutzung: Von den Top (Inc.) 500 US Firmen lernen... UMASS Dartmouth CRM bit.ly/8xb9FH #
  • 14:35 RT @thebookseller: Borders UK stops taking customer orders: Borders' website has stopped taking customer... bit.ly/5XeqiE #
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Donnerstag, November 12, 2009

Twitter Feeds 11. /12. November 2009 by LoudTwitter

  • 18:03 Meedia: Top 100 der deutschen Tageszeitungen (mit dem richtigen Link) bit.ly/4DzB18 #
  • 18:12 Robert Enke Andacht im ARD, erste Nachricht in der 17:00 Tagesschau - für mich als Gebührenzahler etwas zuviel soziales Entlastungsprogramm #
  • 19:01 Blogpost: Statt auf Paid Content & Services setzt Verlagsmanager auf eine Erholung des Online-Anzeigenmarktes ( bit.ly/kBMrt ) #
  • 22:41 Verstehe ich's richtig? Zur gedruckten W&V gibt's nen Tag früher die ePaper Ausgabe? Wozu beide Versionen? bit.ly/xkjUP via @KingNils #
  • 07:17 Das W&V Magazin jetzt auch auf Ihrem PC, Netbook, iPhone, Blackberry, Smart ..." ( bit.ly/4eTAz7 ) #
  • 08:12 RT @sascha_p: RT @GuyKawasaki: The history of music in a 5 minutes Video om.ly/bpwq #
  • 08:56 @vumax Faire Umsatzbeteiligung: gilt das auch für Displaywerbung, welche man den 20-60% Besuchern zeigt, die über Suchmaschinen eintreffen? #
  • 09:05 RT @klauseck: ein Abschied von der Werbung, welcome Markenerlebnis, Marken-Dialog #AdvertisingAge ow.ly/BurU #
  • 09:15 "Content" gewinnt dort an Wert wo Langeweile vor herrscht oder (sonst) massenweise weiße Seiten ausgeliefert werden müssten #
  • 09:23 Die Shoplifter-Industrie Nationen: USA führt in absoluten Werten (42 Mrd. USD), Indien in relativen Werten (3,2 %) bit.ly/4hg7jU #
  • 10:54 How to reach consumers effectively in a digital world, with David Moor CNBC Video @1cast bit.ly/3Kxmej #
  • 11:26 @leanderwattig Verlags-Sein- Verlag wird man, indem man sich Verlag nennt. Vor-legen tun wenige. Vorschlag umbenennen in Nachlage,Nachleger #
  • 11:29 RT @mauisurfer25 Google integriert Weltbank-API in Suchergebnisse. Super für Suche nach Daten bit.ly/3qTZcb via @basicthinking #
  • 12:07 @leanderwattig Ich wüsste auch im Digitalen wo und wie ich "Verleger" spielen und wo ich Services anbieten und verkaufen würde ... #
  • 12:12 @moeglichewelten Wahrscheinlich Strategie- u. Sinnfrage. Die Wertschöpfung innerhalb des Verlages kann mE man nicht als Marge kalkulieren #
  • 12:33 New Business Models for (local) News (Google Docs, Excel files) from yesterdays NewBizNews Conference at CUNY bit.ly/4fftFT #
  • 12:52 Heise Bericht: Holtzbrinck VZnet war mit "Erpresser" offenbar handelseinig, 80.000 Euro, Vertrag war bereits aufgesetzt bit.ly/30KTRh #
  • 13:59 RT @podpimp: Check this features on bit.ly/14aYtf #mmf09 #mmf #podnotes #
  • 14:09 RT tknuewer Breaking: Springer-Chef Döpfner kündigt Welt-Kompakt-Relaunch m Abdruck von Blogs, Twitter, Facebook an bit.ly/oiWsF #mmf #
  • 14:43 OC&C Studie: Digital Retarded - Klassische Medienmarken haben Nachholbedarf im Internet bit.ly/3JAfWq #
  • 14:50 GfK/Sinus Sociovision: Entwicklungen + Trends im 50plus Buchmarkt - Kaufverhalten, Motive u. Erwartungen - schön wär's bit.ly/3XiLnI #
  • 15:04 @jeffjarvis: I see on Twitter that @ariannahuff sells the link economy to Mathias Döpfner at #mmf. He beliefs linking + quoting = stealing #
  • 15:45 Blogpost: "Im-Besten-Alter: Des Buchhändlers liebstes Kind: Anspruchsvolle 50plus Buchkäufer" ( bit.ly/4sSl1G ) #
  • 16:05 M. Fabel, G. Vogelsang, A.v. Buchwaldt, K. Böhm, M. Kreher wissen Wie die Verlage ihre Geschäftsmodelle verändern müssen bit.ly/TKgjS #
  • 16:18 Reading: "MediaPost Publications Razorfish Study: Special Offers Drive Engagement In Social Media 11/09/2009" ( bit.ly/Hn5Nd ) #
  • 16:26 Michael Roesler-Graichen: eBooks - vor dem großen Sprung. Vortrag auf dem eBook-Tag an der Bayerischen Staatsbibliothek bit.ly/4y9F5N #
  • 16:44 Meedia: Doch kein Relaunch von "Welt Kompakt" - ? ( bit.ly/9wTbA ) #
  • 16:48 Paid Content: Ein tiefer Graben - zwischen Zeitungs-Managern und den Nutzern (API Study) von @AndreHellmann bit.ly/3u6Gvj #
  • 17:22 RT erichippeau Debate be tween Mathias Dopfner, CEO Axel Springer and Arianna available on You Tube Monaco Media Forum channel #mmf #
  • 17:30 YouTube Monaco Media Forum: "Making News" Mathias Döpfner, Arianna Huffington, Christine Ockrent ( bit.ly/Pq5zD ) #
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Monaco Media Forum: Making News

Mathias Döpfner.Chairman & CEO Axel Springer & Arianna Huffington/Co-Founder & Editor-In-Chief Huffington Post talk with Christine Ockrent/CEO France 24

Samstag, Oktober 24, 2009

Web 2.0 Summit 09: "Discussion: Whither Journalism?"

via O'Reilly Media



with
John Battelle (Federated Media Publishing)
Martin Nisenholtz (The New York Times Company)
Marissa Mayer (Google)
Eric Hippeau (The Huffington Post)
Robert Thomson (The Wall Street Journal)

Donnerstag, Juni 04, 2009

Twitter Feeds 3./4. Juni 2009 by LaudTwitter

  • 10:16 Reading: James Kynge: West miscasts Tiananmen protesters a fight for a western style democracy ( bit.ly/iNGAQ ) #
  • 10:27 Barack Obamas keynote 'My vision for a new US partnership with the Muslim world' live at 6:10 AM EST / 12:10 Berlin bit.ly/NLffX #
  • 10:32 Blogpost: 6% of Huffington Post’s frontpage stories contain original reporting-HP's contribution to journalism ( bit.ly/NkskO ) #
  • 10:39 @gwatzlawek Die war schon gestern (mehrmals!) beendet worden, aber noch immer in den Abendnachrichten, siehe auch bit.ly/iNGAQ #
  • 11:51 In 20 Min gibts den Livestream Barack Obamas keynote 'My vision for a new US partnership with the Muslim world' bit.ly/NLffX #
  • 12:07 RT @gwatzlawek: Obamas Rede in Kairo im Orginal (noch unter Embargo, nicht zur Veröffentlichung): tinyurl.com/od56az #cairospeech #
  • 13:30 Mein Computer Home-Office um 1982 (vor der Präge- und Technikkompetenz-Aneignungsphase der Stöcker'schen Generation C64) bit.ly/4IASP #
  • 14:29 Jeff Bezos: Kindle isn't making money for Amazon - He could make money with me by offering all books also as PDF-eBooks bit.ly/2pF8ZH #
  • 14:44 Any suggestion for a good Netbook eBook Reader Software (incl. b/w switch , rotate, bookmarking, notes) ? #netbook #ebook #
  • 15:04 Anyone at Computex in Taipei? Can you check the 3qi Netbook Screen from Pixel Qi and get an idea when it will be commercially available ... #
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Freitag, April 17, 2009

New Journalism Online eCommerce Venture: Helping Publisher to Get Paid for Online Content

Journalism Online, LLC is offering paid services to publishers, like

- a password-protected Web site where consumers can purchase content from multiple publishers
- market all-inclusive subscriptions to consumers who want to pay one fee to access all member publishers’ content
- negotiate wholesale licensing and royalty fees with intermediaries such as search engines

"Brill detailed some of his thoughts on how to accomplish this in a memo about how to save the New York Times that wound up on Romenesko this year and reads like a prospectus for Journalism Online, including:

—making the headline and the first paragraph of every story free to preserve search results.

—Micropayments of 10 cents to read a full article or an all-day pass for 40 cents.

—A monthly pass for $7.50

—An annual pass for $55 with print subscribers getting the first year of full online access free, but possibly moving to 50 percent of the online price.

—Charge people 5 cents to forward an article unless the recipient already has a subscription. (This option isn’t mentioned in the venture’s initial offerings.)"
via / more at paidContent.org

The Press release

Any chance that this offer will solve the news publishers dilemma? Not really, it will make some money from publisher who think, who hope so - that's it!

Addendum
Jack Shafer on Slate
Hello, Steve Brill, Get Me Rewrite

"What's to prevent such Web enterprises as the Huffington Post, Nick Denton's Gawker enterprise, or some startup (Shafer and Manjoo?) from purchasing the most expensive all-tiers pass from Journalism Online and rewriting or otherwise encapsulating the best and most noteworthy walled-in articles in real time—and then selling ads against it? This is essentially what Henry R. Luce and Britton Hadden started doing in 1923 as they rewrote newspapers on a weekly basis for Time magazine. It is what the Week continues to do today ..."

Donnerstag, April 09, 2009

Jeff Jarvis to Newspaper Execs: You Blew It!

at The Huffington Post (9-April-2009)

"You've had 20 years since the start of the web, 15 years since the creation of the commercial browser and craigslist, a decade since the birth of blogs and Google to understand the changes in the media economy and the new behaviors of the next generation of - as you call them, Mr. Murdoch - net natives. You've had all that time to reinvent your products, services, and organizations for this new world, to take advantage of new opportunities and efficiencies, to retrain not only your staff but your readers and advertisers, to use the power of your megaphones while you still had it to build what would come next. But ..."


You blew it.

Eric Schmidt's Lollypop Song for Newspaper Execs

Donnerstag, Juli 10, 2008

Media- und Werbe-Investoren tragen keine Kleider

Viele Finanz- und Investment-Entscheider die sich innerhalb und außerhalb von Medienunternehmen tummeln, begreifen (oder wollen nicht begreifen) dass das Fundament des Media-Business die anhaltende Wertstellung von Inhalten, Serviceleistungen und Beziehungen ist. Kurzfristige finanzielle Zielvorstellungen, die ungebührliche Belastung mit Kapitalkosten und das rücksichtslose Ausmelken von vorhandenen Kundenbeziehungen und Produkten zerstören sowohl die Grundlage des Mediageschäfts als auch eine auf mittel- und langfristige Markenwerte, Kundenbeziehung und Unternehmensleistung angelegte Verlagsstrategie.

Verlage überleben auf der Basis von Low-Cost, Low-Value - solange es dem Investor und den 'Buchhaltern' in den medienhäusern eben gefällt. Über finanzielle Ziele können sie sich heute prächtig mit Verlagen und ihren Beratern prächtig unterhalten, wenn es um Inhalte und anhaltende Leistungserbringung geht, öffnet sich eine erstaunliche Leere und/oder Desinteresse.

Auf diese Fehlentwicklung, die leider, gewollt oder ungewollt, zum Entzug der Lebensfähigkeit und/ oder systematischen Zerstörung von über Generationen aufgebauten Medienunternehmen und Medienleistungen geführt hat (und weiter führen) schreibt Jack Myers diese Woche auf The Huffington Post

In Media and Advertising, the Investor Is King and This Emperor Has No Clothes

(Leseempfehlung)

Freitag, Juni 20, 2008

Huffington Post starts with Local News in Chicago

Jemima Kiss writes on the guardian.co.uk:

"The Huffington Post is planning to expand into local news across the US, founder Arianna Huffington said last night, beginning with a site edited for the community of Chicago.

Huffington said the Chicago site would aggregate news, sports, crime, arts and business news from different local sources as well as contributions from bloggers in what will be the first of a series of projects in "dozens of US cities". The Chicago site will initially be curated by just one editor ..." more

Donnerstag, Mai 22, 2008

Nielsen-Online Top 10 Social Networking Sites & Blogs US (April '08)

LinkedIn is the winner (in USA) ...



WordPress has grown by 160 % and Huffington Post achieves remark plus 99 %



via / more at Marketing Charts

Mittwoch, April 23, 2008

Social Network Sites & Blogs US: Top 10

Im Vergleich März 2008 vs. März 2007



LinkedIn hat nach Nielsen Online in den Staaten bei den 'Unique Visitors' um 319 % zugelegt (und damit Windows Live Space überflügelt), Facebook wuchs um immerhin 98 % (USA), MySpace um "nur" 8 % liegt aber immer noch meilenweit vorn ...



TheHuffingtonPost wächst in diesem Zeitraum um 350 %, aber auch Engadget (plus 169%) und Gizmode (plus 88%) haben kräftig zugelegt. Bei den Blogservices hat WordPress ein Plus von 162 erreicht ...

via MarketingVox

Mittwoch, Juli 25, 2007

The Citizen Tube: Democratic Presidential Debate

I did not watch the debate ... but the format could be a glimpse into the future of social networked media - so it earned a note here.

From Ewen MacAskill at the Guardian:
" ... Presidential hopefuls, television companies and political websites yesterday judged the debate, organized by CNN as well as YouTube, as a success ..." critics "objected to CNN choosing the questions: 39 were selected from almost 3,000 clips sent in ..."

The YT debates Video



and

JD Lasica
Watching the CNN YouTube debate

The Huffington Post

Jack Muse: The Consensus On Last Night's Debate by Jack Muse

BuzzMachine
Jeff Jarvis: Their debate. I'm sorely disappointed ...

Earlier entry on this blog
The Citizen Tube

P.S.:
Media Channel Documentation
Citizen Media Goes Primetime

Montag, Mai 29, 2006

Guardian's 50.000 Reader Comments

(and 2 million page impressions a month) since March 2006 on 'comment is free' is not only an organizational and time consuming challenge, but also a solid proof that readers participation is a diamond in the news-service business and in the rejuvenate of newspaper (news-services) relation with their readers / users.

Robert Andrews reports on journalism.co.uk from the Guardian Hay Festival in Powys on a session with Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger.

More ...

Some quotes from Georgina Henry:

"Nine months in, they (US Writer Network Huffington Post , Link) we're up to about 500 bloggers after two months," she said. "We've put up about 1,400 pieces on the blog, another 1,200 pieces from the paper.

"When I started this, I did look on it as a newspaper journalist; these were things that we were putting up that you had to read. I didn't really get the measure of the conversation that goes on.

"Two months on, I'm kind of humbled by it. You have to think in a different way about what exactly does divide your professional columnists and the people that I recruited to blog from the readers, who are sometimes extremely erudite."


and from Alan Rusbridger:

"What we're doing, which no newspaper has ever done before, is to take your elite stable of columnists, who are paid, and pitch them into the same space as people who aren't paid" [...]

More ...


That bring me to the idea to suggest an 'Old Media Rejuvenate Session' at Reboot 8.0 later this week. If you are interested, please leave a comment.

Donnerstag, September 29, 2005

Update on How Arianna Huffington is doing

The Huffington Post started on May 9th, 2005 and according to Arianna Huffington,



Photograph: Rose M Prouser AFP,Getty

interviewed by Stephen Baker at BusinessWeek, after four month of work gathering a million visitor per month and making money on syndication and advertising.

Listen to (or download) the interview ...