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The bold rush to the Internet
Aug 2000 | Association Management pgs. 130-146 | by Carole Schweitzer,

START REFERRING TO ASSOCIATIONS AS "roadkill" (as Greg Dalton did in his February 7, 2000, article "Trade Groups: The Next Ro...
associations  online  business_models  partnerships 
september 2015 by jerryking
The Lease They Can Do: What the Fight Over 'Used' Music Reveals About Online Media
April 03, 2013 | Businessweek | By Paul Ford.

What is a song worth to Spotify or competitors such as Rdio? To them, a song is an entry in a very large database—and they solve the licensing problem by managing the licenses in bulk, then allowing listeners access to their libraries of music. At some level, Spotify is not a music service but a license clearinghouse that specializes in music....So far, the large music labels have been able to negotiate with streaming services, but as the streaming music players get bigger their power will increase; Spotify is apparently looking for price breaks from the major labels.

The big question now is not “whose album gets made?” but more “who gets to listen?” Not just who, but when—and who gets paid for the privilege? Oh, for the days when record stores featured bootlegs and cats. The clerks might have been snotty, but at least you didn’t have to have endless discussions about databases and doctrine. No one, anywhere, had to know how often you listened to Supertramp.

That’s another part of the puzzle. Streaming services generate a tremendous amount of data that has value of its own; sooner or later it will be used to make decisions about what gets produced....So this is not about technology. Nor is it really about music. This is about determining the optimal strategy for mass licensing of digital artifacts. Songs are the commodity but the licenses are currency....So this is the task: Figure out how to make money, reward artists enough that they continue to make new things, and pacify the labels and studios, while also creating something that doesn’t rip off, confuse, or upset the audience. If someone can do that, then why stick to movies, music, or perhaps books? New forms of media could be sold as well. Tumblr blogs, animated GIFs, casual games, and the like could all flow into such systems. Right now, when media objects are sold, it’s often as art (like the six-second Vine video called “Tits on Tits on Ikea” that artist Andrea Washko recently sold for $200). A massive marketplace in ridiculous pictures could emerge. Flickr (YHOO)could turn into a mall. Pinterest could become … Pintere$t.
clearinghouses  music  online  Rdio  Spotify  streaming  licensing  licensing_rights  downloads  musicians  music_industry  databases  digital_artifacts  artists  markets  data  music_labels  Flickr  Pinterest  music_catalogues 
april 2013 by jerryking
Google Plans Service to Store Users' Data - WSJ.com
November 27, 2007 | WSJ |By KEVIN J. DELANEY and VAUHINI VARA
digital_storage  online  Google 
january 2013 by jerryking
Rho Ventures Archived News - 2004
November 29, 2004 | Investment Dealers' Digest | by: Avital Louria Hahn
due_diligence  online  growth 
september 2012 by jerryking
Document Page: RAMP Now Powers 6 of the Top 10 Financial Media Companies Online
Business Wire
03-15-2011
RAMP, the industry's leading Content Optimization platform for major
online media publishers, today announced that it now powers 6 of the top
10 financial media companies on the web, including CNBC,
ThomsonReuters, FoxBusiness, theStreet, Morningstar, & Dow Jones
Factiva. Financial media has continued to be one of the fastest growing
online media segments, RAMP's Content Optimization solutions drive
content discovery and engagement across video, audio, text and image
content and deliver immediate results for major media companies across
the Web."RAMP's focus on premium publishers continues to deliver success
for our company and our customers," said Tom Wilde, CEO of RAMP. "Tier
one media companies require solutions that can deliver scale,
automation, and cost effectiveness. RAMP's core IP combined with
expertise delivering best in class user experiences has made us the go
to partner for financial media publishers."
online  platforms  digital_media  financial_communications  financial_journalism 
may 2011 by jerryking
Interview with Dmitry Shapiro, Akonix Systems|Online Community Report
We are seeing well-known publications such as Business2.0,
Business Week, Forbes, and Darwin Magazine publishing stories on
companies that are using community applications in new ways to tap into
their customer’s state-of-mind – for example, gathering business
intelligence or conducting online focus groups.
community  online  Igloo  trends 
february 2011 by jerryking
smSmallBiz.com | Making the Most of Online Matchmaking for Small Firms
August 6, 2007 | Wall Street Journal | By Simona Covel.
There are 99 companies looking for funding for every investor. The best
postings are short ads that are really to the point. Four sentences that
are well-composed will beat four paragraphs every time. It should say:
"This is the industry we're serving. This is the problem we're solving.
And this is how we make money doing it."

A bad posting doesn't give any indication to the investor why they would
want to invest in that company.
small_business  serial_entrepreneur  match-making  online  fundraising  investors  investing  Simona_Covel  angels 
october 2010 by jerryking
Some Newspapers Shift Coverage After Tracking Readers Online - NYTimes.com
September 5, 2010 | Wall Street Journal | By JEREMY W.
PETERS. In most businesses, not knowing how well a particular product
is performing would be almost unthinkable. Now, because of technology
newspapers can pinpoint what people online are viewing and commenting
on, how much time they spend with an article and even how much money an
article makes in advertising revenue, newspapers can make more
scientific decisions about allocating their ever scarcer resources.
...reader metrics as a tool to help him better determine how to use
online resources.

“We ask, ‘What can we do online to make it more attractive?” ’ Mr.
Narisetti said. “Can we do podcasts? Can we do a photo gallery? Can we
do any kind of user-generated content?”
newspapers  data_driven  online  ufsc  unthinkable  resource_allocation  user_generated  print_journalism  decision_making 
september 2010 by jerryking
MediaPost Publications The Bottom Line Of Local Search 06/09/2009
The Bottom Line Of Local Search
by Laurie Sullivan, Tuesday, June 9, 2009, 7:00 AM
local_advertising  search  advertising  local  online  Pat_Condon 
july 2010 by jerryking
Corner Office - Always Thank Your Star Players, Chegg’s C.E.O. Says - Interview - NYTimes.com
July 9, 2010 | NYT | This interview with Dan Rosensweig,
president and chief executive of Chegg, was conducted and condensed by
Adam Bryant. Chegg rents textbooks online and by mail.
leadership  CEOs  online  Chegg  textbooks  e-commerce  rentals  gratitude  talent_management 
july 2010 by jerryking
A Strong Net Game - WSJ.com
OCTOBER 25, 2004 | Wall Street Journal | by ANDREW BLACKMAN.
As a traditional, high-maintenance Manhattan store with high overhead,
J&R was viewed by Web theory circa 1997 as a dinosaur that would
soon be outsmarted by more nimble, low-cost start-ups. But it hasn't
turned out that way. Donna Hoffman, co-director of the Sloan Center for
Internet Retailing at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tenn.
online  e-commerce  branding 
february 2010 by jerryking
'Here I Am!' GPS Location Apps Have Limited Appeal
January 31, 2010, | BusinessWeek | By Aaron Ricadela. 'Here I
Am!' GPS Location Apps Have Limited Appeal
Online services that send updates on a person's location are all the
rage in Silicon Valley, but they have far to go before they'll be
adopted elsewhere
location_based_services  smartphones  online  SaaS  mobile_phones  mobile  Yemen  location  Foursquare 
february 2010 by jerryking
Sears Revs Up Online Sales Efforts - WSJ.com
JANUARY 15, 2010 | Wall Street Journal | by MIGUEL BUSTILLO And GEOFFREY A. FOWLER
Sears  online  Web_2.0  e-commerce 
january 2010 by jerryking
Online Tools Give Home-Based Firms Office-Style Services
SEPTEMBER 11, 2007 | Wall street Journal | Gwendolyn Bounds. Providers Like Google And Microsoft Tout Low Cost, Ease of Use
Gwendolyn_Bounds  online  tools  small_business  SaaS  Google  Microsoft 
may 2009 by jerryking
Web Stores Tap Product Reviews - WSJ.com
SEPTEMBER 11, 2007 | Wall Street Journal | by MYLENE MANGALINDAN
customer_service  online  e-commerce  product_reviews 
may 2009 by jerryking
Can a Click Replace a Glance?
March 24, 2009 | The American Prospect | Paul Waldman

Newspapers offered a serendipitous reading experience that online
formats haven't managed to replicate. "The real value of the open-stack
library, on the other hand, is not the book you were looking for, but
the book you happened across on your way to what you were looking for.
It's what you see and realize you're interested in, or what you might
never have thought you'd be interested in."
newspapers  reading  experience  online  serendipity 
march 2009 by jerryking
Niche Web Sites Buck Media Struggles - WSJ.com
MARCH 2, 2009, 10:09 A.M. ET WSJ article by JESSICA E. VASCELLARO and ELIZABETH HOLMES
digital_media  online  Web_2.0  publishing  business_models 
march 2009 by jerryking
The Economics of Giving It Away - WSJ.com
JANUARY 31, 2009 WSJ article by CHRIS ANDERSON. In a battered
economy, free goods and services online are more attractive than ever.
So how can the suppliers make a business model out of nothing?
Freshbooks  entrepreneurship  online  Web_2.0  free  start_ups  business_models  Chris_Anderson 
february 2009 by jerryking
Wholesalers Set Up Shop Online to Tap Consumers - WSJ.com
Sept. 18, 2008 article by Shelly Banjo on steps a wholesaler took to sell directly to consumers.
wholesalers  online  e-commerce  consumers  Shelly_Banjo 
january 2009 by jerryking

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