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TV from Cradle to the Grave - What We Can Learn at Its Birth

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Fan Culture and Public Service: Media versus Broadcasting

by: David Jennings

radiolabs - DJe.pngAll through last week the smart people at BBC Radio Labs published a series of research summaries under the heading "fan cultures in radio".

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Media Journeys Pt. 2 - Convergence

by: Gary Hayes

Another Milia-post break so I can add the next in the ‘Media Journeys’ episodes started a few weeks ago - epiposts? I had a seed sown (read: scribbled on the back of a programme!), during Milia, of a simple evolution of media and associated receiving devices.

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The Myth, Science and Craft of Music Discovery

by: David Jennings

Marc Cohen writes a challenging post on The Myth of Music Discovery. Citing a Digital Music News report of two venture capitalists agreeing that "the next big thing is going to be music discovery", Marc says this ought to be enough evidence that it won't be.

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Digital Doesn't Compete

by: Nancy Baym

Does the internet compete with “real life”? This has been one of the (most annoying and) most repeated concerns for about twenty years now, and the answer still seems to be “no.” Digital media are changing our patterns of behavior in important ways, but they are not leaving a decimated trail of old ways in their wake.

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Why Execs Are Stumbling in a New Media World

by: David Armano

Rob points us to this insightful article in the Globeandmail.  I especially like this excerpt:

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Public radio's Ira Glass on storytelling

by: John Caddell

Two of my favorite bloggers have posted on Ira Glass' (This American Life) videos on storytelling.

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Flashback: Bone Fone

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NPR's 'On Point'

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What Does On-Demand Media Really Mean?

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