Archive for April, 2006

A survey of new media: author interview

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A discussion with Andreas Kluth, Technology Correspondent of The Economist: “In the participatory era, media will no longer be delivered one way from a media company to an audience… but by audience members to other audience members. The distinction between content creators and consuming audiences first gets blurry and then disappears completely… Instead of media being delivered as a sermon or lecture, it becomes a conversation among the people in the audience.”

From Gutenberg to Mcluhan to What’s Next

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This interview was hosted by Brendan Greeley, the blogger-in-chief for the US public radio program Open Source, and the author of The Economist’s survey on new media, Andreas Kluth.

Blogs as leading indicators

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This interview was hosted by Brendan Greeley, the blogger-in-chief for the US public radio program Open Source , and the author of The Economist’s survey on new media, Andreas Kluth.

The Long Tail: the demand for everything

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This interview was hosted by Brendan Greeley, the blogger-in-chief for the US public radio program Open Source, and the author of The Economist’s survey on new media, Andreas Kluth.

Wide world of wikis

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This interview was hosted by Brendan Greeley, the blogger-in-chief for the US public radio program Open Source, and the author of The Economist’s survey on new media, Andreas Kluth.