Virtual reality (VR) still faces significant challenges before it becomes a mainstream entertainment offering, according to a panel of VR technology and content providers at this week’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Media relations has long been a PR core commodity.
Recent stats, reports and general consumer behavior however, suggest this might be changing.
If you wrote a stellar blog post a year ago on a subject that is currently trending again, you can—and should—revamp the article to attract new eyes. Your current readers may not have any idea that this old article applies to a current topic.
A new report estimates that despite intensifying competition and the possibility of subscriber saturation, Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) will have more than 175 million subscribers within four years — more than double its current worldwide subscribership of 75 million. And the vast majority of that growth will still be in the United States.
A business is not just a logo, a brand or a balance sheet; nor is it just a payoff line, or a piece of paper. It’s not just the building it’s housed in. It’s not just the staff and leadership. The business itself is just like a person, it has an identity, name, culture, history,…
Fitness for purpose and efficient provisioning are now a mantra for media businesses. Simen Frostad, Chairman of Bridge Technologies
The main advantage of content is that, when done effectively, people see it as an exchange of value rather than an interruption. It offers the resources and expertise of an enterprise to customers and partners in a way that holds their attention and builds an ongoing relationship. We desperately need to shift our emphasis from…