Posts Tagged ‘Media Industry’

Musik 2.0

Via Robert und Richard: Gerd Leonhard war schon ein paar Mal Thema, u.a. hier ein weiteres Video von der Le Web 3. Zur Musikwirtschaft und iTunes spare ich mir heute viele Worte, sondern verweise auf diesen und weitere Tags.

Better Than Free

Kevin Kelly, Senior Maverick at Wired (now that’s a cool job description) has written an intriguing essay called “Better Than Free“, where he probes the question of how thoughts, ideas and words that can be so easily copied can still have economic value: When copies are super abundant, they become worthless. When copies are super […]

Design your own cover

Via Eicolab (“Customer participation“), this nice idea by Penguin publishers: Penguin has a series of books with blank white covers. You can design your own covers. Express yourself. Turn one into a unique gift and so forth. Reminds me of personalized books, print on demand and more – leaving the cover blank is nothing but […]

Piracy as Innovation Strategy

Well, yes, here’s some more stuff on innovative business models in the media industry. I enjoyed Piracy, Morals and The Need for Change and The Generational Divide in Copyright Morality by David Pogue in the NYT. It’s all about Matt Masons new book, “The Pirate’s Dilemma: How Youth Culture is Reinventing Capitalism”, where Matt argues […]

The Future of Ideas, roadmap to the connected world

Via netzpolitik: Lawrence Lessigs “The Future of Ideas”, now released unter CC-licence. Well, yes, the ongoing copyright wars in this world haven’t ended yet, get the roadmap … Some notes from the book blurb: In The Future of Ideas, Lawrence Lessig explains how the Internet revolution has produced a counterrevolution of devastating power and effect. […]

Do I (really) respect Media Snackers?

Oh, I’ve been tagged, now I have to blog about a bunch of internet users “memified” media snackers – i.e. a new breed of young people, hyperconnected to a wide assortment of digital, on-demand media. They are consumers who are no longer bound to linear media; who “snack whenever, wherever and whatever they like Here’s […]

Umbrüche in der Medienindustrie

Matthias Schwenk berichtet von seinen Eindrücken von der Buchmesse. Interessant ist u.a. das hier: Ein Gefälle zeigte sich aber auch in anderer Hinsicht: Während die großen (namhaften) Verlage alle mehr oder weniger stark schon an Konzepten und Strategien arbeiten, die weit über die aktuellen Internetauftritte hinausreichen, fehlt es den kleinen Häusern an Wissen und mehr […]