Copy & Paste vs Customization of Content – Old Rules vs New Rules For Media, Part 3

This is the third in a series of posts contrasting the ‘old’ rules of the media and the ‘new’ rules that are necessary for success in today’s rapidly changing digital landscape. Old Rule #3: The Web Is Just Another Distribution Channel For Traditional Media’s Content There are many traditonal media types who, believe it or […]

Lock It Up In A Walled Garden VS. Set Your Content Free! – Old Rules VS New Rules For Media Part 2

Posted by on May 6, 2009 in Future Of Media, Traditional Media | 12 Comments

This is the second in a series of posts contrasting the ‘old’ rules of the media and the ‘new’ rules that are necessary for success in today’s rapidly changing digital landscape. Old Rule #2: Viva La ‘Walled Garden’ – You Must Use The Content From Media Companies In The Way THEY Want You To Use […]

Old Rules vs. New Rules For Media – A New Blog Series About The Future Of Media

            With apologies to Bill Maher, I’ve tried to re-arrange the presentation I did at the Northern Voice conference in Vancouver and the Multimedia Meets Radio conference in Prague about ‘The Future of Radio’ into a series of coherent blog posts. Instead of creating a single, giant post, I’ve tried […]