Bits of adventures, mishaps and misgivings of Grace McDunnough wandering the maps of social architecture and winding virtual world trails.

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I'm a virtual minstrel ..

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Broadcast (and Cable) TV – “A Pivotal Moment In History”

The worlds largest TV broadcasting show, NAB, opened in Las Vegas this week with NAB’s EVP for Communications, Dennis Wharton, calling 2014 a “pivotal moment in broadcasting’s history”. …

Three factors converge to undermine today’s broadcast TV business:
The increasing challenge users face in finding content they actually want to watch
The emergence of “multiscreening” – simultaneous use of mobile (smartphones and tablets) while “watching” TV
The move of OTT players into content production

… and let’s not forget:
a dismally late start
complete lack of data and attendant skills
disdain for technology and how to make use of it.

Reblogged from barinek  2 notes

There was once a man who became unstuck in the world – he realized that he was not his car, he realized that he was not his job, he was not his phone, his desk or his shoes. Like a boat cut from its anchor, he’d begin to drift. By Castles in the Sky (via barinek)