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  1. Episode 001 – Welcome to Stratechery.FM | Stratechery

    Episode 001: “Welcome to Stratechery.FM”

    Hosts: Jon Nathanson, Ben Thompson

    Runtime: 1 hour 36 minutes

    0:00:00 Introduction

    00:03:00 The Future of Journalism

    Welcome to Stratechery 2.0

    FiveThirty Eight and the End of Average

    Newspapers Are Dead; Long Live Journalism

    00:28:00 The Superfan Economy (in Writing, TV, Music)

    This is Hardcore: How Superfans Drive the Entertainment Business

    00:35:00 Why Movies (and some TV) Are Different from Other Content Types

    Why Hollywood Resists Disruption: It doesn’t fight off invaders. It sits down and does business with them.

    The Cord-Cutting Fantasy

    Why TV Has Resisted Disruption

    The Jobs TV Does

    00:48:15 Google Fiber

    Google’s New Business Model

    – - On Google’s Future Part 1

    00:55:23 Dropbox

    The Heart of Dropbox

    The Dropbox Opportunity

    Battle fo the the Box

    01:22:07 What Wall Street Values in Tech Companies (And What it Expects)

    Apple the Black Swan

    You can leave comments on this episode at our website.

    Follow the show on Twitter @stratecheryfm.

    Host: Ben Thompson (@monkbent)

    Host and Producer: Jon Nathanson (@jonnathanson)

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    http://stratechery.fm/episode-001-welcome-to-stratechery-fm/

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  2. Stratechery | The official stratechery podcast, focused on the strategy and business of technology.

    Episode 001: “Welcome to Stratechery.FM”

    Hosts: Jon Nathanson, Ben Thompson

    Runtime: 1 hour 36 minutes

    0:00:00 Introduction

    00:03:00 The Future of Journalism

    Welcome to Stratechery 2.0

    FiveThirty Eight and the End of Average

    Newspapers Are Dead; Long Live Journalism

    00:28:00 The Superfan Economy (in Writing, TV, Music)

    This is Hardcore: How Superfans Drive the Entertainment Business

    00:35:00 Why Movies (and some TV) Are Different from Other Content Types

    Why Hollywood Resists Disruption: It doesn’t fight off invaders. It sits down and does business with them.

    The Cord-Cutting Fantasy

    Why TV Has Resisted Disruption

    The Jobs TV Does

    00:48:15 Google Fiber

    Google’s New Business Model

    – - On Google’s Future Part 1

    00:55:23 Dropbox

    The Heart of Dropbox

    The Dropbox Opportunity

    Battle fo the the Box

    01:22:07 What Wall Street Values in Tech Companies (And What it Expects)

    Apple the Black Swan

    You can leave comments on this episode at our website.

    Follow the show on Twitter @stratecheryfm.

    Host: Ben Thompson (@monkbent)

    Host and Producer: Jon Nathanson (@jonnathanson)

    Podcast: Play in new window

    | Download

    http://stratechery.fm/

    —Huffduffed by kevinpacheco 3 days ago

  3. Jay Rosen on our Media Malaise: Who Will Tell the People? | Radio Open Source with Christopher Lydon

    http://www.radioopensource.org/jay-rosen-on-our-media-malaise-who-will-tell-the-people/

    —Huffduffed by kevinpacheco 2 years ago

  4. WikiLeaks: news in the networked era

    This lecture will tell the story of WikiLeaks, the most controversial journalism organisation of the digital age. Led by the charismatic Julian Assange it has produced the biggest leak of secret information in modern times. It has grown from a ‘hactavist’ whistle-blowing website to one of the best-known media brands in the world, working with major newspapers like the New York Times and The Guardian. It has taken on the most powerful nation in the world and produced headlines around the globe.

    http://www2.lse.ac.uk/newsAndMedia/videoAndAudio/channels/publicLecturesAndEvents/player.aspx?id=1275

    —Huffduffed by kevinpacheco 2 years ago

  5. Rebooting The News #58

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  6. Rebooting The News #57

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  7. Rebooting the News #55

    Special guest is the developer of the Readability plug-in, Richard Ziade.

    —Huffduffed by kevinpacheco 3 years ago

  8. Rebooting the News #54

    Some pre-show notes:

    Dave gave a presentation at the New York Times. What did he say?

    Hacks and hackers comes to New York. Dave was there. Anything rebootish about it?

    Nate Silver joins the New York Times: what do we think?

    The sources go direct: an Internet Week event at NYU, followed by an open newsroom. What’s it all about?

    Apple has WWDC this week: reflections?

    We will be doing this show at ONA in DC is October, 2010.

    Jay decided to stop writing about Facebook and privacy. Why?

    The Block-by-block community news summit, an event in September that Jay is co-organizing. The research for it includes this list of local news start-ups. We’re going to bring those entrepreneurs together.

    Jay: two problems with the news system that I have been thinking and talking about a lot lately… 1.) Mixing up context-dependent and context-independent news; and 2.) Mixing up “level one” users and “level four” users.

    Finally, a question I hope we can visit sometime on RBTN: what is Yahoo? I have a hard time understanding their strategy or even their definition.

    —Huffduffed by kevinpacheco 3 years ago

  9. Rebooting the News #53

    Is Dave a Replacenik? Gwen Ifill. Death of the open web.

    —Huffduffed by kevinpacheco 3 years ago

  10. Rebooting the News #52

    From http://www.scripting.com/stories/2010/05/17/rebootingTheNews52.html

    Jay is traveling to Toronto for the fantastic Mesh10 conference, so Jeremy Zilar of the NY Times filled in as guest.

    We talked about blogging at the Times and blogging in NYC.

    http://mp3.morningcoffeenotes.com/reboot10May17.mp3

    A teeny bit of Angry Birds was thrown in for fun. :-)

    —Huffduffed by kevinpacheco 3 years ago

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