Posts Tagged ‘ bloggers ’

Google CEO Trashes Bloggers

Apr 12th, 2010 | By | Category: Citizen Media

Google CEO Eric Schmidt trashed bloggers in a speech at the American Society of News Editors conference in Washington, DC today, saying: We’re not in the news business, and I’m not here to tell you how to run a newspaper. We are computer scientists. And trust me, if we were in charge of the news, […]

eMarketer: ‘Blogs Are Now Mainstream Media’

May 1st, 2009 | By | Category: Citizen Media, The New Media Update

Online marketing research firm eMarketer released its latest report Wednesday, a study that indicates a growing number of Americans Internet users are publishing their own blogs, for a growing blog-reading audience. The cloyingly named The Blogosphere: A-Twitter with Activity, report indicates that the number of American Internet users making their own blogs is growing: 27.9 […]

FairShare Tool Tracks How Your Work Propagates Through The Web

Feb 16th, 2009 | By | Category: General

Web-wide business content tracking and programming platform company Attributor has announced the private beta version of FairShare. The program is a free service intended to help help bloggers track their content’s usage throughout the Web – and whether that usage complies with your copyright and licensing requirements. Late last year, Attributor published a report about […]

Party Like It’s, Um, 2009: Gadget Blogger Fete at CES

Jan 6th, 2009 | By | Category: General, Podcasting Events

Parnassus Group (and a bunch of sponsors) will be hosting the third annual “It Won’t Stay In Vegas” party during CES, Friday, January 9, at the Atomic Testing Museum.  Promoters tout the attendance by and participation of Robert Scoble, as well as Gary Vaynerchuk, and Andru Edwards. Say the party organizers: “Gary Vaynerchuk has picked […]

BlogHer Inks Deal With NBC Universal

Jul 16th, 2008 | By | Category: General, New Media Organizations, Podcasting Events

BlogHer, the online community (and conference) for women bloggers, has entered a strategic partnership with iVillage, a subsidiary of NBC Universal and a popular website toward female viewers/readers. The agreement provides iVillage access to BlogHer’s network of 2200 member blogs, and shared promotional and advertising opportunities across BlogHer’s audience. As part of the arrangement, NBCU […]

Blogging, Podcasting Improves Your Social Life

Mar 4th, 2008 | By | Category: Citizen Media, Commentary, Internet TV

It starting to look like geeking out with new media may be good for your social life. First, Cosmo revealed that the Apple Store is a great place to meet people “for a fun fling or a long term relationship”: Most guys are natural gadget lovers, and with sales of iPods and MacBooks skyrocketing, more […]