Daily Archive: March 18, 2011

Mar 18

Asia Media Summit 2011 Hanoi, Vietnam- AIBD

Tweet AIBD in collaboration with its partners and international organisations is organising the Asia Media Summit (AMS), 2011. The conference provides a unique opportunity for broadcasters in the region to share their thoughts on Broadcasting and Information. The Asia Media Summit 2011, will be held at Melia Hanoi Hotel, Hanoi, from 24 to 25 May …

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Mar 18

Environmental Communications Planning

Tweet Start Date: April 4 2011 End Date: May 16 2011 Location: Online/Durham, North Carolina – Duke Environmental Leadership Program, Duke University Event summary: How do you communicate your environmental initiatives? The Duke Environmental Leadership Program at the Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University, offers a six-week, interactive on-line “Environmental Communications Planning” course. …

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Mar 18

What Responsibility Do Social Media Users Have During a Crisis?

Tweet From the moment the first jolt was felt in Tokyo, there was no doubt — the earthquake, tsunami, and subsequent tragedy was going to play out first on the social web, and second on television. Within an hour of the 8.9 magnitude earthquake, which occurred on a bright afternoon in Japan, Twitter updates were …

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Mar 18

Cable Nets Riled Up by Time Warner App

Tweet Allows subs to stream video content to iPads, other tablet devices – Anthony Crupi During a demo of the iPad app, TWC vp of Web services, Jason Gaedtke, let slip that the operator may be looking to extend the range of the app beyond the front porch. “We’re enabling the direct experience between the …

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Mar 18

Booming IPTV market to total 130mn subs and $36bn revs by 2015

Tweet In a clear demonstration of the increasing power of IP networks, new research has predicted that the uptake of IPTV in emerging and developed markets looks set to drive a 23% rise in global subscriptions leading to a total of 131.6 million by the end of 2015. According to a new report by Pyramid …

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