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A 2013 mobile news consumption survey indicated the most dramatic increase of mobile media users were over the age of 45.
Which future trends are likely to affect your newsroom? And what are consumer brands doing that newsrooms could learn from?
Mobile: The read Web 2.0. Insight from NAA's annual meeting.
Could mobile apps replace the evening newscast or even jeopardize the whole broadcast model? And is there opportunity in covering just one single topic?
What is your audience doing on their smartphones while watching news on TV? And are you capitalizing on all those mobile devices in their hands?
The trending topic at SXSW this year was …. trending. How to identify what’s trending and then to use that information to improve what you do. Social media meets analytics meets (hopefully) ROI.
Global Moxie's Josh Clark suggests the future may not be, or may not need, smart refrigerators, microwaves, etc. The future will use mobile devices to control more aspects of our lives, but they won’t necessarily be an all-in-one tool.
As the mobile industry continues to change and evolve at lightning speed, what can we expect to see in the future of the technology and infrastructure?
Researchers at RJI have developed an experimental research method, the pricing optimizer, and are testing the tool in a partnership with The Seattle Times.
Ideas. Experiments. Research. Solutions.
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