Video might have killed the radio star, but the spoken word is alive and thrives. A (re) discovery path between technology and fresh ideas.
As the “passion economy” paradigm is challenging the “platform economy” (i.e. the domain of demand/offer orchestrators, global marketplaces, and social networks), so its extension to the world of learning is democratising the teaching and learning experience: it allows to offer much more than what MOOCs cover, both in terms of topics and of experience.
It is not new that some publishers, after having invested in developing their own editorial platforms and adTech…
What publishers can expect from the new Google News Showcase and why they should embrace it (but also develop a publisher-led aggregator alternative).
A record number of artists, musicians and creatives joined Patreon to compensate the revenues lost during the pandemic, asking their fans to subscribe to them and pay a monthly fee. After all, if you get Netflix and Amazon by subscription, why not your favourite band? A journey into Patreon and its business model.
Is there a future beyond the platform economy? Yes, and it has a name: welcome to the passion economy.
Patreon is the original champion of a new ecosystem that has been popularised in the late 2019 by Jin Li, a former investor at Andreessen Horowitz, and Adam Davidson, an American journalist working at the National Public Radio, under the charming name of “Passion Economy”.
In this ecosystem, passionate individuals and knowledge professionals can make money out of their talents and turn passions in a livelihood by developing a direct relationship with their audience and customers.
This is a list of nine things that your Intranet must be, can do, shall change to be the best companion of our new normality: my nine takes on making the most of this pandemic times and put the intranet back at the core of your organization, as an enabler, a destination point, a place to make you feel good and work best.
This list is shorter and focused on tools used extensively by newsrooms or suitable for individual creators that need visualize data within a narrative or a presentation. The selected solutions offer all of them a free edition or they are natively 100% free and open-source and are all compliant with the EU GDPR.
Let’s see the positive side of the death of third-party cookies: there is an opportunity to rebuild the ad-funded media. And a lot of work to be done. One thing is sure: we must rebuild the advertising-funded media with privacy-by-design principles at heart. In this world to be rebuilt, the first-party data will be the new currency.
Scroll is a subscription-based system that integrates with a network of news websites (300 at launch and growing) to allow its members to navigate those sites 100% ad-free and with cross-device, improved user experience.
Visual, immersive, interactive, mobile-friendly, mixed-media: it´s been years since publishers of any genre, newsmedia and brands started creating…