There is a lot of press lately concerning the censorship and limit of access to the web in countries like China and Iran. If you are a corporate or government employee, you too may be subjected to the same censorship and denial of access to the web as the citizens of these repressive political regimes. […]Read more "Web censorship – not just in China or Iran"
The CRTC’s investigation into new media, internet and possible regulations is underway. Right now they are involved with public meetings to find out what the stakeholders are looking for. The stakeholders are content producers, large broadcasters, tele-comms, actors and us – the citizens of this country who will benefit from any and all regulations. Yes, […]Read more "CRTC and the internet – public meetings underway!"
It’s everywhere…what is? The numbers documenting the declining ‘free air’ radio audience in favour on Internet/web radio. Some latest numbers from Edison Media Research show the percentage of audience listening to web radio has grown from 12% to 20% in just one year! And yet there are new ‘free air’ radio stations starting up all around […]Read more "I (and lots of others) don’t listen to radio anymore (update)"
This isn’t brand new news (at least in the blogging world) but it is worth taking a real good look at for consideration in your marketing plan. eMarketer, a great resource for all things related to marketing on-line, published a report back at the beginning of February 2008 on the number of podcast listeners out in the […]Read more "New numbers on podcast listeners"
The statement “I don’t listen to radio anymore” was overheard while having a snack at the local mall food court. Two teenage boys were talking about the sound systems in their cars and my ears perked up when I heard one say this. I don’t normally listen in on other peoples conversations but his tone […]Read more "I don’t listen to radio anymore"