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Dienstag, August 19, 2008

Gartner's Emerging Technologies Hype Cycle 2008

Last week Gartner published its (27) emerging technologies, highlights and predictions report. According to this report Green IT, Cloud computing, Social computing, Video telepresence, will reach, as you can see, the plateau of Hype within the next two to five years.

Here are the Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies, 2008

enlarge (via ReadWriteWeb)

Jackie Fenn discusses Gartner's Hype Cycles for 2008 with Gartner Research VP Jeff Comport this podcast.

more Gartner's Press release (11-August-2008)

Sonntag, Juli 13, 2008

Fine, Fiene & Welt adè - Da Capo

Daniel Fienes schreibt auf df zum vorläufigen Ende des Podcast 'Was mit Medien' bei Welt Online.

"Da sitze ich jetzt vor meinem Blog und während ich diese Zeilen tippe, lacht das eine Auge und das andere weint: Nach genau 1 1/2 Jahren endet die Partnerschaft von unserem Podcast “Was mit Medien” mit Welt Online. Am 01.08. verabschieden wir uns in eine Sommerpause ..."

"Das Ende der Kooperation ist das Ergebnis einer Entscheidung in einem großen Haus. Und wie das in einem großen Haus ist; wir sind auch nicht die einzigen, die es getroffen hat ...

Und jetzt? Das

via Jan Tißler

Mittwoch, August 29, 2007

Will Podcasting Survive?

Alex Iskold writes on his Technology Blog:

"We can identify a clear set of winners: online video and online photo are taking off, vertical search engines are making great progress, MySpace and Facebook are the new social phenomenon, etc. But not everything we recently invented is working out ..." will Podcasting?

Search: Podcast vs Blog

Search: Podcast vs Video


Sonntag, April 29, 2007

Blogs, Pods and Feed Deliver Advertising to Dedicated Users

via Center for Media Research 'Research Brief' (29-April-2007):

"PQ Media's Alternative Media Research Series, the Blog, Podcast and RSS Advertising Outlook, reports that advertising spending on user-generated online media - blogs, podcasts and RSS - did not begin until 2002, but this combined spending has grown to $20.4 million by the end or 2005, a 198.4% increase over the 2004 level. Spending on blog, podcast and RSS advertising is projected to climb another 144.9% in 2006 to $49.8 million ..."

Some more quotes:

- Blog advertising accounted for 81.4%, or $16.6 million, of total spending on user-generated online media in 2005, but blog ads will comprise only 39.7%, or $300.4 million, of overall spending in 2010

- Podcast advertising totaled only $3.1 million in 2005, but is projected to reach $327.0 million in 2010, when it will account for 43.2% of all user-generated media advertising

- Spending on RSS advertising totaled $650,000 in 2005 and will grow to $129.6 million in 2010

- Total spending on user-generated online media is forecast to grow at a compound annual rate of 106.1% from 2005 to 2010, reaching $757.0 million in 2010

Executive Summary (PDF, after registration)

Dienstag, August 29, 2006

Chinas Booming Podosphere - Video Exeed Audio Casts

Jack Gu (PodLook) released his newest stats on the development of Chinese audio and video podcast

Key findings (via China Web2.0 Review)

1. The number of China’s podcaster are now over 100,000, a 300% growth in just three months. The number of podcasts reached half a million, more than tripled than three months ago.

2. Podcasters who produced at least 5 episodes increased to about 30% from less than 15% in three months ago.

3. The number of video clips, mainly in flash format, exceeded that of audio files, almost two third of all podcasts are videos.

4. Some big internet companies are on their way to enter the Podosphere


The full report(PDF, only good for my Chinese speaking/reading friends)