Says Emarketer: the average American watches 76 minutes of web video each day. In the wake of 33 presentations at the 2015 NewFronts (which ended today), even more reasons to watch web video are on the way. This SWMS analysis can help refine your storytelling and sense of audience.
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* Wired.com senior editor Dylan Tweney saw our recent piece on virtual trade shows and contributed his two cents. It was an unexpected comment coming from a Wired guy.
* Did you ever cut and paste text from a web site that knew you did, and admonished you for doing so? No? Then you've never been to AOL's DailyFinance.com.
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Blog: Tech Trader Daily - http://blogs.barrons.com/techtraderdaily/
Here’s yet another example of a traditional media journalist evolving past the usual rules and regulations of news reporting to keep up with the new media world order. Eric’s shoot-from-the-hip blogging style (no editor required) is on one hand surprising and brave, considering Barron’s mission to create market-moving content. On the other hand, Barron’s has little choice, since financial-blogger competitors have sprung up at AOL and several other prominent places – and then there are the former upstarts such as TheStreet.com and Marketwatch.