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LinkedIn Eyes Being Next Bloomberg With Original Video Content

It shouldn’t surprise anyone that everyone is getting into video. More publications are transitioning (ahem, pivoting) to video, while Facebook and Twitter have long supported this media. LinkedIn became one of the last social networks and services to embrace video, but appears to be moving fast to integrate the technology.…

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HGTV’s “House Hunters” Should Have Social Tech Savvy Buyers In Episodes To Show Its Usefulness

A couple weeks ago, I stumbled upon a tweet from my friend Jim Long (@newmediajim), cameraman from NBC, who mentioned that he was watching the HGTV show House Hunters. I’ve been a fan of this show for a while – quite frankly, I love the idea of seeing people review…

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NBC Sports Scores A Touchdown With The Rights To Livestream The Super Bowl

In what may mark a significant breakthrough and “validation” of the Internet television age, NBC announced today that the National Football League (NFL), has granted them rights to broadcast the post-season games, all leading up to the granddaddy of them all, Super Bowl XLVI. Surely lots of football games are…

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Groupon’s $3 Million Super Mistake That People Won’t Save Money On

The Super Bowl is one of the biggest commercial spotlights in all of advertising’s history. In the past couple of posts, I’ve written about commercial faux pas and interesting success stories in dealing with brands. However, who would have thought that on the heels of designer Kenneth Cole’s infamous tweet…

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