Vator Reports

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Vator Reports: The Changing Media Landscape

Innovation series by Bambi Francisco Roizen
September 30, 2007 | Comments (3)
Short URL: http://vator.tv/n/61


A Nielsen Company report released on September 20, 2007 shows that advertising spending on the Internet during the first half of 2007 has grown 23.2% over the first half of 2006. A number of innovative companies are offering new solutions for Internet users to consume content and for publishers to distribute and monetize their content. In this episode, Bambi and co-host and media industry veteran Tony Perkins talk about current trends, the role of big media players and media consolidation, and they highlight some of the innovators in this sector we found on Vator.tv, including: TasteTV, KickApps, Critical Mention, Vringo, Turn, AdKrakr.com, Vidavee, Eurekster, and Buzzlogic. To see our previous Vator Reports focusing on the media, click here. Enjoy the show and see you on Vator.tv! For an archive of Vator Reports, click here.

Comments

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Scott Dalferes, on October 3, 2007

Hairpiece?


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Dave Smith, on October 3, 2007

Who is interviewing who?
You would think that "Bambi" (is this a joke?) should know that when she interviews someone she should ask the question THEN shut up and let them answer the question.

Also why is she disagreeing with Perkins? Where is this gals common sense mind?

All that aside Vator is a cool site. It does seem to need some real direction and goals. If they do it really doesn't show......... Maybe a new ceo or a strategy person is needed?

Good luck und back to work


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Bambi Francisco Roizen, on October 3, 2007

Hi, Dave

Thanks for your observations. I'm glad you like the Vator site. As for the Vator Reports show, I'm not interviewing Tony. He is my co-host for the show. Thanks for the feedback.


Mark Evans
Mark Evans, on October 3, 2007

Vator Reports is doing something right, it's one of my must see .tv addresses. The content and the way it's presented is very useful and entertaining. Thank you and keep it coming.


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