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Media Websites Battle Faltering Ad Revenue and Traffic
[lots more competition for people's attention] The trouble, the publishers say, is twofold. The web advertising business, always unpredictable, became more treacherous. And website traffic plateaued at many large sites, in some cases falling — a new and troubling experience after a decade of exuberant growth. Online publishers have faced numerous financial challenges in recent years, including automated advertising and ad-blocking tools. But now, there is a realization that something more profound has happened: The transition from an Internet of websites to an Internet of mobile apps and social platforms, and Facebook in particular, is no longer coming — it is here. [...] “How do I monetize [content]?” he asked. “Still not clear.” //&! bit.ly/1Sxbrdu - if buzzfeed is hurting, everyone else is screwed. //&! nyti.ms/1WzYfHE
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april 2016 by asterisk2a
Why Readers Don’t Get the True Story — The Information
The costs of off-the-record reporting are increasingly greater than the benefits, as the culture of talking without attribution gives companies too much control. // lots of companies use this practice / PR ... for what? have good relationships, tend the relationships with reporters/journalists? Give them a sense of being in THEIR circle? From outsiders view it looks like 'patting on the head like a child?' // Sarah Lacy once talks about it that there must be more stuff than Techopus. But the cheerleaders within the bubble of success, fame, notoriety and money ... WILL not look, dig, investigate ... because they are hired as cheerleaders (pageviews business model)
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september 2015 by asterisk2a
How AOL Fits Into Verizon's Business - YouTube
- w data we can serve "great great" consumer experience, serve more targeted content (relevant, context), serve more (relevant, contextual) branded content (advertising, relevant adversing)
AOL  Verizon  Programmatic  Content  Programmatic  Advertising  advertisement  targeting  advertisement  re-targeting  The  Content  Wars  Big  Data  Wireless  Carrier  perma-cookie  cookies  TechCrunch  Meta  Data  metadata  user  contextual  context  ISP  cable  provider  USA  utility  Net  Neutrality 
august 2015 by asterisk2a
NBCUniversal Buys Big Chunks of Vox Media and BuzzFeed | Re/code
[ independent outlets vanish from media landscape as the big ones invest or buy outright strategic (in their view) assets as they ponder the way forward into a future where they seem irrelevant (attributed at al by Facebook, Google, Twitter, dying newspaper, Appstore - the (smart)mobile phone, ... ] // Vox Media CEO Jim Bankoff — again, my boss — says that in addition to the NBCUniversal investment, the two companies now have a commercial partnership. That means, among other things, that they will collaborate on digital advertising, will work together on video advertising and video programming, and that you will likely see Vox Media employees more frequently on NBCU-owned networks like CNBC. (Re/code already had and continues to have a news partnership with CNBC). [...] Buzzfeed [apparently has] a revenue goal of $250 million in 2015. [...] NBCU more or less ignored digital for quiet some time. Still TV dwarfs digital publishing in real-terms $ ads spend, but TV is declining steadily.
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august 2015 by asterisk2a
Pando: 1500!
[P]aying for our journalism directly [...] less dependent on pageviews[.] Weve long understood that there were two types of article on Pando: The ones you absolutely couldnt find anywhere else, and the ones you possibly could. It’s the first kind that, for good or ill, have built Pando’s reputation. These are the articles in which, to quote John Gruber, we “Pando the hell out of a story.” Uber, Secret, the Techtopus -- regular readers know the hall of fame. Likewise our long-form profiles of inspiring entrepreneurs, PandoMonthly event series, and curve-ball regulars like The War Nerd and Brad Jonas’ brilliant illustrations. [...] By contrast, although we always try to avoid publishing linkbait and pure opinion, some of the posts which on the previous model might have been great for search traffic or guilty clicks have fallen off a cliff under the new model. Further proof that the high-traffic snackable content that’s good for advertisers isn’t necessarily valued by readers.
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july 2015 by asterisk2a
Kara Swisher has lost. | PandoDaily
As Fortune’s Dan Primack points out, as part of Vox, Re/Code now has investors in common with “Square, Uber, Dropbox, Spotify, Instacart, Jawbone, Lookout, Flipkart, etc.” We can argue — and I do, obviously — that having investors in common with companies you cover, or even having investors you cover, is a conflict that can be managed with fierce reporting and clear disclosures. The best example I can offer is that Pando has investors in common with both Uber and Secret. Swisher and Mossberg have made clear they see things differently: Journalism will always suffer when there are investors in common. // &! recode.net/2015/05/26/a-note-to-our-readers/ &! qz.com/412195/comcast-investor-in-vox-media-and-recode-could-end-up-buying-them-both/ &! pando.com/2015/05/27/with-buzzfeed-announcing-ipo-plans-and-comcast-interested-in-vox-let-the-dystopian-future-of-media-begin/
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may 2015 by asterisk2a
Can we all agree the justifications for this AOL/Verizon deal are batshit insane? | PandoDaily
PANDO - Sarah Lacy: "speaking to the truth of the power of tech [and Wall Street C-Suit spin & PR speak]" // A combined Verizon/AOL is nowhere close in terms of scale that actually matters in the ad business. [...] Verizon has just bought a technology platform [programmatic content and advertising]. That’s why HuffPo, much of the sales team, and nearly anything else can probably go. [...] AOL is hardly leading in anything ad related—it was growing revenues at less than 10% a year and ad sales are only one-third of AOL’s revenues. Verizon likewise hardly leads in “mobile video”—the stated reason they say they’re doing this deal is to augment their mobile streaming video service which launches next month. AOL mostly just gives them a platform to sell ads across it. Woo hoo! That’s why it was done at just 8.3 times next year’s expected earnings in an era of high priced deals. // &! bit.ly/1JujF2q
Programmatic  Advertising  Programmatic  Content  HuffPo  Huffington  Post  TechCrunch  Engadget  The  Content  Wars  Verizon  commodity  business  commoditization  AOL  Yahoo!  Y!  Yahoo  Tim  Armstrong  Google  Facebook  Wireless  Carrier  Wall  Street 
may 2015 by asterisk2a
Verizon Buys AOL for $4.4 Billion | Re/code
Verizon’s AOL Buy Is an Expensive Gambit at Trying to Be More Than a Dumb Pipe - on.recode.net/1E40Dcf &! AOL Has Been in Talks to Spin Off HuffPost as Part of Verizon Acquisition Deal - on.recode.net/1KZZHLL - In any case, Arianna Huffington is likely to support any deal in which she and her unit gets more money to grow globally. Since AOL bought her company she has talked to bankers about buying it back and has considered other strategies to split off from AOL. &! pando.com/2015/05/12/verizon-to-buy-aol-for-over-4bn-uh-cool/ >> TechCrunch & Engadget will need to be spun out !!! "[Verizon’s] last media property was a tech blog whose authors were forbidden from writing about subjects like digital surveillance or net neutrality." // Which also underrules HuffPo spin-off. Making AOL just about Media and Content to sell ads with, on mobile. Not journalism. // &! http://genius.com/6394012 &! youtu.be/Pqh84SNaK2Q - A Programmatic Powerhouse
AOL  Verizon  Huffington  Post  HuffPo  TechCrunch  Programmatic  Advertising  Programmatic  Content  The  Content  Wars  conflict  of  interest 
may 2015 by asterisk2a
In Big Content Push, Verizon Buys AOL For $4.4B [Internal Memo From AOL CEO Tim Armstrong] | TechCrunch
[T]he one [Verizon] investing the most in high quality mobile content – is acquiring AOL with the strategy of building the biggest media platform in the world. [T]he deal will game-change the size & scale of AOLs opportunity. [...] Verizon will propel AOL & comes to the table with over 100 million mobile consumers, content deals with the likes of the NFL & a meaningful strategy in mobile video. [...] going to pursue the joint vision of building the most significant media platform in the world. // &! bbc.in/1bMMwBo "Verizon said the acquisition would give impetus to its 4G wireless video and internet video ambitions, and also feed into its plans for capitalising on the so-called "internet of things"." << WTF, AOL + Verizon = IoT push!? IoT Start-ups doesnt mean broad consumer adoption any time soon. &! HuffPo spin-off on.recode.net/1KZZHLL [ indicates focus on 'Media & Content' to sell ads on, not journalism @AOL as subsidiary of Verizon. TechCrunch to be sold next? ]
AOL  Tim  Armstrong  TechCrunch  Verizon  New  Media  Media  mobile  first  mobile  homescreen  mobile  phone  IoT  Programmatic  Advertising  Programmatic  Content  Huffington  Post  HuffPo  The  Content  Wars  BuzzFeed  Yahoo!  Y!  Yahoo  Upworthy  pageviews  attention  span  Wall  Street 
may 2015 by asterisk2a
Facebook thinks you’re too dumb to realize its scientific papers are really just PR | PandoDaily
According to recent studies, almost half of all web-using adults — and 88 percent of Millennials — use Facebook to find news. [...] But this research paper is less a piece of objective scientific inquiry and more the work of corporate-commissioned data tricksters — a rancid pile of pro-Facebook propaganda that derives and frames its conclusions with the sole purpose of making Facebook look good. This isn’t science. It’s PR. [...] the fact that Facebook itself is the one absolving Facebook of damaging public discourse, demands greater scrutiny. And on closer examination, much of the data and assumptions that informed the researchers’ conclusions fail to qualify as sound scientific inquiry. [...] If politically polarized users want politically polarized content, Facebook won’t disappoint them. [...] [SV &its Cheerleader squads in form of bloggosphere] will give lousy corporate data research like a pass — is still exponentially more credible than a rewritten press release at Techcrunch.
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may 2015 by asterisk2a
- Startups - Sarah Lacy, Founder, Editor-in-Chief, and CEO of PandoMedia -TWiST #329 - YouTube
Digg had leadership vaccum and Kevin Rose tend's to doubt himself (fear of failure, breaking Digg, breaking the lucky streak/breakout hit what he/they've had) 12:30 - Silicon Valleys Unicorn's personal press core distorts other 'moderate' success, and those are looked down on them and feel worse than failure, for people and entrepreneurs, running sustainable cash flow businesses with 5-10% m/m growth rate. << Symptom of a self-serving universe/culture/bubble.
Silicon  Valley  Digg  Unicorn  distortion  Failure  TechCrunch  Mike  Arrington  public  image  public  interest  public  discourse  public  perception  Venture  Capital  Angel  Investor  bubble 
april 2015 by asterisk2a
Max Niederhoffer - European Venture Capital | Silicon Real - YouTube
Sunstone Capital - https://www.crunchbase.com/organization/sunstone-capital "European early stage venture capital firm" - http://www.sunstone.eu // was Vice President at Accel - Max Niederhoffer // at Accel he did source and done deals for the firm. At Sunstone he does his own deals, and they are all equal. And works in the interest for / of the company. // GERMAN WORK CULTURE (~8-5, do your work well and go home) IS NOT CONDUCIVE TO Start-up Struggle and about meeting a Start-ups need when and as they arise. // min 47 - EU lacks management talent (scaling, hiring, vetting, networking) and resources; scattered over too many me-too strappy, jenky, or even Seed Funded Start-ups. Further: We've reached a new media visibility high that attracts the wrong kinds of people (trust fund kids with safety net). AND TechCrunch and Co Reporting of just Funding Rounds and Product Updates are not a realistic portrayal nor reflective of Start-up struggle and hustle and sick-to-the-stomach issues.
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april 2015 by asterisk2a
Meerkat or Periscope? The Answer Is Obvious | Gary Vaynerchuk | LinkedIn
[ candyland press core, based on page views, no journalism, just op-ed even from so called tech journalists ... because it is soooo much easier, like blogging, ] Stop trying to predict things. [...] I would even argue that the biggest challenger is still on the sidelines: Snapchat. What if Snapchat offers live video tomorrow? Even bigger idea: what if it’s just really hard to produce live video sustainably, and nobody wins?
Silicon  Valley  TechCrunch  Pundits  Medienverdrossenehit  Lügenpresse 
april 2015 by asterisk2a
My first and last time at the Crunchies — TheLi.st @ Medium — Medium
At the Crunchies, comedian T.J. Miller, a star of the show “Silicon Valley” (which I watch and love), threw out a bunch of playful zingers in his opening act. But then at one point, he engaged with a woman (Gabi Holzwarth) a few rows in front of me by calling her a “bitch”. She responded increduously, “Did you just call me a bitch?” He then said, “Bitch, Asians aren’t supposed to be this entitled in the U.S. … Is this bitch from Palo Alto?” The audience laughed nervously. I was so uncomfortable I wanted to leave, but of course I couldn’t given that our award was coming up. [...] At Crunchies I saw a woman get called a "bitch" onstage, then I did AOL TV & the host mocked me for being pale and made fun of my purse. [...] [ << Show of insecurity by taking the cheap road. Carlin was the last intellectual(?). ] &! bit.ly/1LUTHpj &! &! >> bit.ly/1kegniL - Reclaiming Critical Analysis: The Social Harms of “Bitch”
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february 2015 by asterisk2a
Advice for newspaper editors: Pay attention to BuzzFeed | Poynter.
succeeding across platforms by shifting from the product business to the platform business. [...] “You do not have a ‘mobile audience’ or a ‘print audience.’” They aren’t distinct audiences, he said, because most Americans are cross-platform news consumers. A majority of them use four devices or technologies to access news per week. “Technology is a user behavior, not an audience,” he said. The web rewards specialization, Rosenstiel said, so the old “general store” model is outmoded for newspapers. He said editors should ask themselves what it is that makes them indispensable.
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september 2014 by asterisk2a
Want to understand the secret of Vice’s success? Wait and watch | PandoDaily
Most content startups have two things in common with my three year old: - They have an incredibly hard time apologizing when they’ve done something bad. (Ok, that’s all startups.) - They totally underestimate the value of patience. Crazy patience. Watching grass grow kind of patience. Mr. Miyagi killing flies with chopsticks kind of patience. To a three year old– or most startups– patience is like purgatory. Waiting five seconds for Animal Mechanicals to load on Netflix is the worst punishment Eli can imagine. Ditto, a content company forced to actually organically growing an audience through years of day-after-day production of differentiated work. Why do that when you can raise millions of dollars and employ every link-bait, social, listicle, SEO trick in the book to grow now?
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september 2014 by asterisk2a
Kara Swisher: Tech's Most Powerful Snoop -- NYMag
“These people were very accessible,” Swisher recalls of a younger Bezos and his cohort, “and you met them before they were who they are now. When people get rich, people lick them up and down all day, so some of them morph into thinking that being licked up and down all day is their reality and that everything that comes out of their mouths are golden nuggets. Everyone starts to rewrite history, but if you knew them, and have some historical knowledge …” [ the Ass Hole effect - As people get richer, they are more likely to feel entitled, to exploit others, and to cheat. http://www.reddit.com/r/TrueReddit/comments/2afgt4/the_ahole_effect_what_wealth_does_to_the_brain/ - http://www.alternet.org/culture/ahole-effect-what-wealth-does-brain ] / + http://valleywag.gawker.com/even-tech-bloggers-hate-themselves-1605371279 / "“She’s one of these CEOs who likes to be lauded,” “Personally, I think she’s remarkable. She’s really accomplished and smart, but she’s not perfect, [as is everyone]"
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july 2014 by asterisk2a
TechCrunch editor says she’s “a cheerleader” who would have totally caved to Obama over Snowden | PandoDaily
writing about the intersection of technology and power isn’t a fucking game any more… That’s not cute. It’s not “sweet.” It’s disgusting. With that quote Tsotsis told the world there will never be anything on TechCrunch that remotely risks upsetting powerful people and, if it does, they have her personal guarantee it’ll be removed promptly
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july 2014 by asterisk2a
Why AOL Should Not Have Bought Huffington Post And Patch - Forbes
AOL's media business not profitable ie Huffpost and Patch not profitable. ... Q can large scale internet only media units not be profitable? - Is that a law? like gravity? Why is gawker profitable, because it doesn't have the excess, overhead and perks AOL's media unit got. << lots of execs, vp's, directors, lots of reporting that isn't really work, vertical structure - hierarchy. || Gawker Media is a Cayman Islands-incorporated online media company and blog - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gawker_Media "In 2009, the corporation was estimated to be worth $300 million, with $60 million in advertising revenues and more than $30 million in operating profit.[3]" || >> Lesson - don't build overhead, stuff that is not doing actual work for the business to turn a operational profit. || http://bit.ly/1q1BQ4G + http://bit.ly/1i29pU0 + http://read.bi/1lqvmg9 + http://bit.ly/1pyGZ6j + http://bit.ly/1kWGL6i ||
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june 2014 by asterisk2a
I miss the old blogosphere — we’ve gained a lot, but we’ve also lost something — Tech News and Analysis
ie TC with Mike Arrington, love him, loathe him, or hate him - all that happedn and the rumormill and allegations and he said she said. in the early days Marrington was a voice in the industry.
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april 2014 by asterisk2a
Murdoch aims to tear up the online rule book - Telegraph
Beleaguered media executives have been toying with the idea of charging for content, but none has been so bold as to widely reintroduce the payment model most newspapers abandoned a decade ago. Mr Murdoch hopes charging for content will not only reverse News Corps fortunes – the company swung to a $3.4bn (£2bn) loss for the year to the end of June – but also revitalise the newspaper industry and ensure the future of quality journalism. "Quality journalism is not cheap, and an industry that gives away its content is simply cannibalising its ability to produce good reporting," Mr Murdoch said.

"The digital revolution has opened many new and inexpensive methods of distribution. But it has not made content free. Accordingly, we intend to charge for all our news websites. I believe that if we are successful, we will be followed by other media."
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Murdochs idea is rigth wing and Michael Arrington from TechCrunch is on the left wing of the future of journalism debate.
- Economics decide.
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august 2009 by asterisk2a

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