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Bob Garfield of NPR did a great 12-minute segment on the chaos scenario facing the media business, as new technologies like PVRs, BitTorrent and Podcasting take hold. He pulls together many bits of information and remixes them in a nice bite sized chunks. Hear comments from […]

Bob Garfield of NPR did a great 12-minute segment on the chaos scenario facing the media business, as new technologies like PVRs, BitTorrent and Podcasting take hold. He pulls together many bits of information and remixes them in a nice bite sized chunks. Hear comments from JD , Jeff Jarvis (briefly), and a couple of others. My comment were expectedly a little less enthusiastic, but then that’s me. ‘We cease to be demographics, we become individuals again,’ Garfield concludes. ‘Mass media will be overthrown by micromedia,’ adds Drazen Pantic of Unmediated, perhaps a bit too melodramatically. Listen to the stream!

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  1. Like It Matters Sunday, April 10, 2005

    Less Mass, More Filling

    More attention on how new technologies (Tivo, Web, Satellite Radio, Blogs, RSS Feeds, Podcasts, Email lists, etc.) are empowering consumers by 1) providing new means of access to information & 2) providing powerful filters to help us get the stuff…

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