Posts Tagged ‘ blogs ’

New Kindle Still Missing Out On 99% Of The Web

Feb 9th, 2009 | By | Category: General today introduced Amazon Kindle 2, the new reading device that offers, in their words, Kindle’s “revolutionary wireless delivery of content” in a slimmer, sleeker package. The book reader retails for $359 and is scheduled to ship beginning February 24. Amazon is taking pre-orders here. Amazon enthuses that the new Kindle model has a longer […]

The Suits Are All About New Media

Oct 30th, 2008 | By | Category: Making Money with Podcasts

New media isn’t just for the cutting edge hipsters anymore; the suits are officially moving in. Marketers are jumping into new media and moving their advertising budgets from traditional media to social networking sites, blogs, podcasts and mobile marketing.  According to a new survey by Epsilon,  nearly two-thirds (63%) of the marketing executives they surveyed […]

Blog Audience Hits 41 Percent

Oct 30th, 2008 | By | Category: Citizen Media

comScore today released a study of blog traffic in the U.K. that found that 41 percent of the total U.K. Internet audience visited a blog in August. “Blogs have become part of the essential fabric of the Internet today,” said Herve Le Jouan, Managing Director, comScore Europe. “They’re increasingly displacing traditional media usage and carving […]

Personal Life Media Debuts Podcast Widget

Aug 14th, 2008 | By | Category: Podcast Distribution, Podcasting

Lifestyle podcast and blog network Personal Life Media today unveiled a new audio player widget for distributing multiple podcast RSS feeds. The customizable widget, in turn, can be added to a user’s social network profile, blog or personal webpage. The player is free and can be customized to match any web page or blog as […]

Podcasting In China

Jun 30th, 2008 | By | Category: General

As mainstream media promotes itself to new heights (depths?) over the upcoming summer Olympic Games in Beijing, and with the International Olympic Committee raising hackles with its severe restrictions on blogging, podcasting and new media, it seemed like a good time to look at citizen media efforts coming from China itself. This week’s edition of […]