Daily Archive: October 12, 2011

Oct 12

Expression of Interest – PACMAS Program Management Group (PMG)

Tweet The Pacific Media Assistance Scheme (PACMAS) is a media development program with the goal to support better governance in the Pacific.  PACMAS supports the development of diverse, independent and professional media that promotes informed and meaningful public discourse. Program Management Group (PMG) PACMAS is inviting expressions of interest from suitably qualified individuals to join …

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Oct 12

Call For Papers: International Communication Association, Division of Instructional and Developmental Communication

Tweet The Division of Instructional and Developmental Communication is now accepting submissions to considered for inclusion in the International Communication Association annual conference held in Phoenix, AZ on May 24-28, 2012. The Division of Instructional and Developmental Communication share interest in a variety of communication issues related to a) instructional communication and b) developmental processes. …

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Oct 12

Cords shaved if not cut as online video users reduce traditional TV viewing

Tweet New research from web series network blip.tv has found that its viewers are watching more online video and less television compared to six months ago. The top line finding of the survey, undertaken by Dynamic Logic on behalf of blip.tv, as that digital video viewing is on the rise, with TV viewership shrinking while online …

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Oct 12

Studios urged to accelerate premium VoD

Tweet Movie studios, which in the past have engaged in half-hearted tests of premium video-on-demand (PVOD), ought instead to embrace it as both a potential driver of profits and a hedge against piracy, according to BTIG media analyst Richard Greenfield. PVOD allows viewers to rent movies from pay TV operators at a premium price while …

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Oct 12

India-Put off implementation of channel norms: PCI chief

Tweet In a single speech to senior journalists and editors, newly-appointed chairman of the Press Council of India Markandey Katju has managed to both please and irk the media. On the one hand, he announced that the PCI sub-committee’s exhaustive report on “paid news” allegations had finally been posted on the PCI website. While the …

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