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UPDATE: Bloomberg has made this video private so it is no longer available. Sorry

 

I was interviewed on Bloomberg TV this morning about internet trends. It’s about a five minute video. You will have to click through to Youtube

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Two years ago I posted about the three ways to grow an online media business to $50 million in revenue. In this article I focused on RPM (Revenue per thousand pageviews, = CPM x sell through rate x # of …

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Numerous reports last night that Jon Miller is going to be taking over as digital head at Newscorp:

Once he does sign, which seems likely, Miller will become News Corp.’s chief digital officer, reporting directly to the media giant’s

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Mary Meeker’s latest omnibus research report goes deep on the economy and it’s implications for the internet. Some interesting tidbits:

1. Only 5 of “top 20” US Advertisers spent more than the industry average of 8% of their ad budgets …

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More from James Mitchell’s presentation last week:

Checks with large online buyers confirm the obvious – that discretionary and some lending-oriented financial verticals remain weak. Also, we do not forecast a speedy recovery of the auto sector, though comments from

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James Mitchell, lead internet analyst for Goldman Sachs, presented to a group of around 100 internet and mobile media company CEOs that Lightspeed pulled together last week.

There is clearly near term gloom. Goldman is projecting internet advertising revenue to …

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For the last two years I’ve been making predictions about the consumer internet, and this year is no exception.

First let’s take a look at how I did on last years predictions:

1. Social Media advertising, Online Video advertising and

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Bill Morrison, the internet analyst for investment bank ThinkPanmure put out an interesting report today that is worth reading for people in the online media space. He concludes:

1Q08 was, in our opinion, one of the worst fundamental quarters for

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iPhone users browse the web on their phones far more than the users of other phones. According to the NY Times, over Christmas 2007, Google got more traffic from iPhones than from any other type of phone, despite the …

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The NY Times magazine this weekend notes that Flickr has developed its own ideas about beauty in photos, very different from the art-school aesthetic.

People don’t upload to the Web words and images they had fashioned apart from the Web;

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