Monthly Archives: July 2017

Top 5 social media trends for 2012

 

English: Cloud Computing ImageSocial media will be the water cooler of the 21st century.
  1. Social media is the water cooler of the 21st century.
  2. The proliferation of “News Everywhere” will force people to actually “think” and make informed decisions
  3. Social TV will breed a new generation of “Active” television content consumers
  4. Video watermarking will assure content producer payments and make piracy irrelevant
  5. For the music business, TV and the internet may have become the new radio, but cloud based music streaming will become the new “big thing.” And illegal file sharing will continue to be “the” burning issue. To survive, it will have to co-opt the artists in ways that don’t include the actual music they make.

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The Brandon Tartikoff Awards at NATPE 2012

Donna Drake, host of the syndicated lifestyle program “Live It Up” reports on the program in Miami.

 

American Profile adds NBC television guide: The Peacock Monitor Staff Reports


CEDAR CREEK LAKE–The very popular American Profile found inside this issue of The Monitor features a brand new eight-page section covering entertainment news and television personalities.
The Peacock, a product of NBC News, will give a colorful and informative “insider’s” view of the television news programs you love to watch.
Publishing Group of America, through its alliance with the NBC network, is proud to bring added value and interest to your newspaper reading.
After this initial offering of The Peacock, you will find it in your American Profile on the first Sunday of every month.
The Monitor brings you American Profile every Sunday.

“The Peacock” was developed by NBC EVP Frank Radice

The 3 Surprises of How People Watched the London Olympic Games [video]

Olympics on NBC

Latest numbers regarding NBC‘s coverage of the now most recent Summer Olympics: The number of devices authenticated by NBC during the two-week event hit roughly 10 million. In addition, NBC says 13.6 million hours of video was live streamed by pay-TV subscribers. The numbers were first reported by AllThingsD.

Additionally, in news that probably isn’t too surprising, my old friend, Alan Wurtzel, President/Research and Media Development for NBCUniversal said late last week that the company’s decision to make the programming available on multiple devices led to a significant increase in viewership among kids and teens. “Among all demographic groups, it was kids and teens that showed double digit gains in their viewing over Beijing,” he said in the video announcement.

What about you? How did you watch the Olympics and what devices did you use?

 

 

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The Daily Katz – Vulcan Mind Meld: Courtesy, George Takei

ABC NEWS NIGHTLINE: THE CRISIS GAME: Thanks to the Paley Center for Media for preparing this summary

English: Ted Koppel at Invesco

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One in this series of nightly news programs. The second of four installments about the way an American president and his senior advisors act in a crisis situation. The roles of the president and his staff are played by the following people, all of whom have real-life experience in this field: Edmund Muskie, secretary of state under President Jimmy Carter; William Hyland, deputy national security advisor to President Gerald R. Ford; Winston Lord, currently president of the Council on Foreign Relations; James Schlesinger, secretary of defense and CIA director during the Nixon administration; Antonia Chayes, undersecretary of the Air Force during the Carter administration; General Edward Meyer, former chief of staff of the U.S. Army; Hodding Carter, assistant secretary of state during the Carter administration; Richard Pipes, senior National Security Council advisor on the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe during the Reagan administration; Richard Holbrooke, assistant secretary of state during the Carter administration; and Clark Clifford, secretary of defense during the Johnson administration and advisor to Presidents Harry Truman and John F. Kennedy. As the program begins, correspondent Rick Inderfurth reviews the events that occurred during the first twenty-four hours of the game, and explains that this crisis group meeting is taking place two weeks later.

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YOUR NAME IS YOUR BRAND: 5 STEPS TO PERSONAL BRANDING

So, you’ve been downsized or made redundant. But you’re certainly not ready to throw in the towel.

You’ve been paid lots of money over the years by some big company where you learned and refined the exact skills they needed you to have in order to make their business work.

Now it’s your turn to do it for yourself. But where do you start? You’ve always had the company to give you business cards, cell phones, laptops, desktops, probably an office or a cubicle, and maybe an assistant and an expense account.

Now it’s all gone!

But it’s really not if you know what to do.

The most important thing to remember is…Your Name is your Brand!

Your skills are still there and your experience has taught you how to hone them.

Here are 5 practical starting points to get your personal brand going.

What a way to start the new year!

NBC: An ‘Infront’ Offers Sell-Through Opportunities

Executive Quote and Information Service : EQUISMay 19, 2008

NBC gets an A for effort this year. The fourth-place network unveiled its 2008-2009 schedule to advertisers in early April, dubbing the event an “infront” and stressing “connection”–with viewers and advertisers.

Back then, advertisers welcomed NBC’s early sales pitch, and were specifically heartened by a renewed commitment to an 8 p.m. family hour and the network’s inherently collaborative approach.

The Daily Katz – With no interwebz, Frank had to poke his friends manually!

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