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Podcasting and the Future of Audio
"What is a quote podcast? Which seems obvious but isn't it? As a reminder please note that the content here is for informational purposes only should not be taken as legal business tax or investment advice or be used to evaluate any investment or security and is not directed at any investors or potential investors in any six NC fund. For more details please see a success dot com slash disclosures. So I mean the the interesting here is in the midst of a really interesting moment of change and there is internal conflict within the community about that question so historically it's been largely tethered to the notion the RSS feed it's It's basically an audio file or a a medium distribution that largely happens through You know the technology that was carried over from blogging and now with the entrance of of spotify and Span Pandora's stepping up And Google beginning to do whatever they're going to do on search inside apple already as an entrenched player as well yeah absolutely media and Luminary just announced their sort of big hundred billion fundraise and affected gonNA launch in July. A couple of days ago with a lot of exclusive content right so so how does like exclusive podcast fit in with the old definition especially with the luminary announcement that was like strong pushback from parts of the community has been around for a while and and generally folks who really believe in the open ecosystem and so we have a situation in? Which like you know. Technical definition is not the popular definition anymore. And if we go from the perspective of what the ordinary consumer things of Pie task that is it becomes a cultural question technical question which by the way I wanNA say parallels the history of the web because this to me reminds me very much of early blogging absolutely debates about what is a blog. What is an article? What is a website and there? Was this almost religious actors. Essential debate between the early kind of in fact some of the same people because Dave Winer one of the people also important to the development podcasting. He's exactly he he's I think he was technically the first person to do podcast in two thousand three years something or one of the early people and he's also specified the RSS feed which drives the pipes and plumbing an ecosystem of podcasting but today users don't even think of podcast that way it's like it's just recorded audio of people talking Gavin Times more. Call that a podcast. Yeah what am I? Very things on. The people always call our videos. Podcasts of early again still does that. There's a lot of people who still dual video audio. And so called podcast. I mean the way I see it is that the tension has always been between people who see podcasting blogging and people who see the Pakistanis the future radio and attention any many times. And I think we're in. We're in a place where that no longer matters because the ultimate consumer will lead us. Where do you WANNA
"media distribution" Discussed on The PR Playbook Podcast
"Journalists and the latest articles through the twitter feeds way muckraking works. Is it scans the BIOS of verify journalist on twitter and polls the most relevant articles information about that journalists. And then it also provides you know you could create less retained mccracken download. The lists rely different things you can do. They just announced and launched their podcast search. So you're able to search for podcast as well. Susan is the second tool a little bit more well-known among larger brands however it is often how PR people get access. You email phone other details about Reporters I'm going to be referring decision a few times within this on gas in addition similar something like mail. Chimp Sison allows you to listen an send back emails to elicit reporter. So if you had a press release you can actually distribute it to a a larger list of people through Sison Milk Platform. You may be able to that press releases or pitches. Anyway he wants. You can schedule them in advance so a lot of different really kind of cool functionality out Susan that you can leverage however like most industry databases. It's not always up to date so I would just be careful novel. Check that people that are generated from your search are really the relevant people for your list. In addition Sison is one of the more expensive tools that use annual subscription decision could range. You probably anywhere from like twelve thousand fifteen thousand dollars for the basic media distribution use men and there's a lot of Ashland's laud features decision that For an annual rate so a lot of people don't opt into this obviously the PR agency. We have to have access. So we have access decision left if you're strapped for cash and you really startup or or your distracts you might like to use the masthead so a massive is obviously about the media outlet basically what we typically do more looking for quality of currency is put down on top ten media targets and visit US websites and glean basically extract the email information of the editor from the about section. Which is technically the masthead so you can easily do that. Information for media is a lot more readily available in the east to be. Sometimes he founded on the mass side. You might be able to find it in their twitter profile so you can always check their twitter profile laughing. At least another media relations source is helpful reporter out or Haro and this is PR INDUSTRIES. Darling. Incision purchases a few years ago. The secrets a little bit out.
Stablecoins: The Big Picture with Circle CEO Jeremy Allaire
"Joined today by none other then the CO founder and CEO Circle. Jeremy Allaire Fun facts about Jeremy and his team. I believe one of the earliest applicants. The whole this was back in late. Two thousand thirteen at actually made through one of their board members and As fate would have a gentleman up name unders That I was considering starting a stable coin project with Way Back in two thousand thirteen hundred fourteen interviewed around the same time as I did and basically we came at around the same time and and I told him while they're gonNA make off wrong spot he said No. No no and sure enough. You guys made an offer unders left left and recently that he'll draw sorry recently he recently joined the sorry and you are now now focused on stable coins pretty much exclusively. So the the intersection there. over the course of the last six years of course there's there's been some uh some work in between between Baltimore with DC G. and some of the were yet while I was coined us It's been fascinating to watch circles evolution over time and data and I think the you're in a very good position right now on the US DC front triggered talk a bit about as it is emerging as as you know one of the leading contenders unders for what's going to be the dominant stable especially in the US dollar pegged a stable income to cover a lot of territory right now Or of course the next hour fled Germany. For for starters loved to get the quick background on you. I think some people industry no a little bit about your background Previous to to digital currency. But but let's talk about that just to to start and then the evolution of circle in your own is And then I'll maybe jumping with with a little bit of my thesis as as to where certainly goes from here and then we can talk about that around you can. You can tell me off. I am very often. It sounds fun but number you were you. Were a a a a very sharp early speculator about what we were going to be doing doing good when we were stealth back in twenty thirteen and early twenty fourteen. Yeah that's yeah yeah and You no I I think you even knew some of the internal code names. We had for different things which sort of talked aspirational about where we saw digital currency going and Yeah and we'll get to all that conversation insurance so kind of where things are today but yeah my yeah my background just for for people who aren't aware I've been working being in Internet platforms for a long time since the early nineteen nineties and I I had a background in kind of studying political economy global political economy And that's what actually drew me into the Internet in nineteen ninety and became kind of very very obsessed about what you could what you do with it and worked on multiple companies over the next. You know fifteen twenty years I think what animated those companies was excitement about the promise of open open platforms open networks permission lists access to open protocols what you could do with that information. Communication software software delivery media all these kinds of things. which were you know? I think critical kind of infrastructures built up on on the layers to the Internet from the early nineties through obviously still today And so I you know first. Business was really enabling programmers grammars to build software applications for web browsers which was quite novel in Nineteen Ninety Four nineteen ninety five Really empowering a new generation of developers to create software for new kind of model and to build kind of content applications as. We'd like to call them back Ben and that grew Into a public company and then eventually we merged with macro media one of the dominant Internet designing tools companies. And I was chief technology officer there and worked on FLASH PLATFORM BACK IN. This would have been in. You know. two thousand one two thousand two thousand three and at that time. Flash was the most ubiquitous piece of software on the Internet. Ninety eight percent computers had it. And you we could actually upgrade the runtime of the Internet in twelve of months because we could basically launch a new version of the player it was like a new almost like an operating system had a virtual machine. We were dancing programming language to do a lot more stuff than we had a set of ideas. He is that when you have broadband and Wi fi kind of lighting up which were just sort of happening end kind of user experience. The Internet could could be a lot more rich and we put underlying primitives into that platform for video and And that sort of sparked my my next like major ager passionate in which was in early two thousand and two sort of interested in you know how could you disrupt what is the television and and media distribution the newspapers coming online or magazines coming online but actually television on the Internet and started another company. Let's left macro media. Started another company called Bright Cove which is listed public company. Now J. Took public. I'm a little bit before starting circle and that was again a platform company so basically providing UH platforms for companies in developers. That wanted to you know use video do video distribution not just browsers mobile devices. TV sets all stuff. I'm and bypass the legacy system for media distribution kind of going over the top Which is the phrase that we used with a software in media communications and in a in those generations the Internet? Now you know I sort of think about things like stable coins is like we're doing an over the top Financial System by building it all on open open permission list network so it networks Protocols Deli platforms developers can build on And really trying to create a user experience money. That's really different different. But I'm the sort of a little bit of the thread that runs through it and I think in two thousand and twelve Had just taken breakoff public And like a lot of people around two thousand twelve became interested in and obsessed with cryptocurrency Not Not just you know bitcoin specifically but the broader kind of our that we could see back in early two thousand thirteen. Sean and I were batting around starting circle and Many many of the ideas that sort of animated the founding of the company on things that we imagined becoming possible are actually just just now becoming possible and so it's super exciting time in the industry. It's a super exciting time. I think also circle but it's a very exciting time for the industry where Yup many of the things that got us to found the company and belief systems about what could happen with the global financial system where you can actually start to awesome. That's emerging so that's a little background in a little bit on how I got to circle so we we glossed over Quite a bit of meet in the Middle Right in terms of Aware Circle started in where you've been last few years and when people see the focus today on Uscca the encircle pay is still integral to the wrecked it. Now so circle pay we We ended service on circle pay last year as a standalone service. So and I can talk to you the kind of which which which one of my thinking so so the the the the the current product suite includes USCC and Yes so right now we have the USD service which is available to individuals and institutions and businesses and then we have a whole new set of products that that were gearing up to launch guy. Soon
"media distribution" Discussed on Suiting Up with Paul Rabil
"It was like a way for my dad and I to get really close. We used to watch football nonstop every Sunday. And so that kind of got me in, we would sit down at like eleven catcher pre-game show and sit there till like nine or ten on Sundays. And that just always had like a really strong affinity towards just the community element of sports the way it brings people together the way it really it's the most impassioned fan base that converts over borders over religions, whatever the case is in that really sparked actor investment in religion sports, he's a venture capitalist partner courts adventures co-founder of NYPD sports. You also calls himself a disillusioned ravens fan side. Note, I recorded this podcast intro about twelve hours before the ravens played their first home game. So deep. Than hope it went well, his fun courts adventures is backed by Cleveland Cavs owner, Dan Gilbert, George pines, Bruins sports capital and WPP. They've invested in sports properties at the intersection of new tech and media. So essentially the funds thesis is hyper focused, but they've made some big bets on winners. And some of these include what I consider the fastest growing sports reporting platform in the world, the athletic drone race league twitches competitor called beam in live sports VR platform live like deepen was also just voted SP Jay's forty under forty. And on the podcast, we talk about the predictions courtside and deepen our making in sports media distribution and tack. We also identify trends in each of those sectors and during my favorite part of the pod, we talk about the key tenets of being a successful VC meaning what are the differentiator 's from venture to private equity to angels and other lines of credit or debt. Welcome to an all new episode of suiting up podcasts is a show where. Delvin stories of some in today's leading athletes, entrepreneurs entertainers in now investor..
Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson to play a winner-take-all, $9 million grudge match
"Brian it's official Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson it is, signed in ink it, is, good to go. Warner media Turner vision, has, secured worldwide media distribution it is. Called the, match head to head eighteen holes as I mentioned between tiger and fill the, showdown, between the two golfers. Combined nineteen. Majors I grew up with these guys this is exciting when is it going to be well it's going, to be a shadow, creek when it's going? To. Be thanksgiving. Weekend and the. Winner will be taking home nine million dollars it's going to be on pay per view HBO part of this Bleacher report. Is. A part of it TNT Turner international man this is exciting so it's official it's. Done it's pay per view HBO and TNT a big
"media distribution" Discussed on Business Scale Insights
"Business consulting company. Well, see, I was fearless right? Once you're on your own, you lose all that fear, right? So if you have, if you're coddled, you'll never do that. I agree, right? So I mean, literally, I jump off of a fifty foot cliff, you know, and to waterhole, right? So either way in New York City, it was great because I had a lot of relationships in Los Angeles, and I network those people to the context that I made in New York and fast forward. I met a guy who currently has a con- lady Gaga in New York City because I was working with some of the Atlanta artists who were flying from Atlanta to New York City. So he convinced me this is way before he had those artists to move to Atlanta and help him build his record label. So I decided to stay on my own, but I moved, we moved down there shared an apartment with him and I went on my own. What have you? And basically I started. Insulting independent labels, independent video game companies, independent movie, little small movie houses or what have you and did that for like thirteen years. So when you say consult, when when you say consult, give me a little bit of a taste of what you're talking about, and then we'll come back from the break into a deeper dive. And so basically I would assist them an increase in their credibility visibility platform to increase their profitability, like giving them all the tools and resources to help them to get their products, get more visibility and get more exposure for their products to get them into the store. So I would help them to create a demand for their supply and give them all the resources if you will to actually make that happen. All right. When we come back from the break, we're going to do a deeper dive in this kind of media company mentality. I'm going somewhere with this. I know it sounds crazy. Like, Kim, why are we talking about me. Media distribution folks. If you're a small business and you wanna scale, you have to think like a media company. We'll be right back..
"media distribution" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"Strangers about the show to get them on board if you'll keep doing your thing i will keep working my dick off to try to make the show as informative entertaining as possible we're having a good time the wave is growing divider strong and i'm fucking loving it so let's let's keep it rolling tien refu for man yeah i think you wish to happy blade birthday taylor hicks tanner hicks i think you said taylor oh i'm at tanner who is the the bad american idol winner with with white hair oh not that dude so shuts to tanner i mean if it was his birthday too happy birthday to him i guess but have you read that tanner hicks gets very confusing though these t names also that being said about the great success we've had lately it is time to take this shit to another level yet again the first thing that we need is video interns massive props to our boy richard strong the guy who has made many almost all of the videos you've seen as put out on social media and other people who have hit me up and somebody made our listen to this when you having a panic panic attack segment into a video that was awesome just random listener but we need to accumulate a bunch of video interns so that we can have more of our segments from the show turned into videos for social media distribution if you're interested in that email me ross at grand dex dot co not dot com ross at dot co if you would make the subject of your email video internship and outline why you think you'd be good for that internship like what skill set you bring to the table that would be very much appreciated if you're not a video person if you're not good with that shit hit me up anyway because there's a ton of different things we could have interns doing it would be nice if you experienced photoshop or graphic design or movie or some video editing shit or just a social media dominator but hit me up if you're interested in getting an internship on the show and helping out with what we've got going on let's get the first segment the staircase so there is a documentary on netflix right now it's.
"media distribution" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"A lot of the big animated films coming out of disney lately are coming from all disney animation studios not from pixar does not to say that you know they haven't had some big ones cocoa has been a big one so far for for pixar the incredible to could be a very big one i mean on the inflation adjusted the original incredible would be a four hundred million dollar film today so it's not outlandish at all to think the sequel gets a billion dollars worldwide so picks are still a big brand i just don't think john lasseter of the john last year of two thousand and the john lasseter of two thousand eighteen having very different influence so i think you're right chris bob eiger had a pretty easy decision net is a bigger company by market cap than disney does that does that give you pause at all a little bit but not alive and the reason is because when you think about it there's two ways to see net flicks you could see them as the streaming guys and the dominant streaming streaming provider in which case you would be like that's crazy that they're bigger than disney then there's the other way to look at them which is the only media company in the world that has customers and direct relationships with customers with one hundred ninety countries in the world and nobody else has that not even disney when you think about the dot way then it's a little bit of a of an outlandish premium but not a lot of an outlandish premium because their advantage is global i mean they they have literally changed how we think of doing media distribution and they've done it several times they started with dvd by mail then they helped create streaming business and then they said you know what we can go global at had directly we don't have to string together distributors local distributors in every country and had them translate our content do that what we'll do is we'll get customers every area of the world and then we'll fund creators in each of those countries to create localized content and we'll just own the whole thing that is a new model and it's a very powerful model and it's really just getting started so yeah it is a premium it's a little bit ridiculous for probably not as ridiculous as everybody thinks it is but do they need because despite all the things that.
"media distribution" Discussed on Mixergy
"So you could be any worse strong twenty five thirty fifty bucks a month per branch location depending upon volumes very costeffective for our clients an israeli meaningful for us for it all right so first customers are starting to come in what are the improvements that you're making tear product based on the feedback that you're getting as you said earlier you you set up following up with them source strategy is right now we simplify and distribution embassy simplify cells enable so we just acquired another technology company here minneapolis should coal valero in valero was leg if you're a trillo use earn in some of these collaborative gene tools will heroism is amazing technology that simplifies teamwork so we take content a indoor cloud that's been created by the company but how is that content created oval ero was tool that can assist in collaboration between agencies a marketing turbans to create the campaigns of the contempt it gets uploaded vision right so our longterm strategy is a platform play project management software yet project management team collaboration it measures a time in in ucits dragon rob while structures you can fully entertained a between teens it's real time it's cloud base it's very simple earns really cool actually a a pc magazine just gave it afford a fivestar civilian rating we acquired the company so that got bolden onto vision so we're gonna continue to expand our function aol the in our core product officiant platform but were also going to look for opportunities to vote in acquire a distributive a technologies social media distribution while analytics insult forthright uh so we're spending a lot of time on our api layers right now so that were easier plug and play.
"media distribution" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Is not entirely true they just said there was not enough evidence to go for with a criminal prosecution not that nothing didn't happen there is a distinct difference between those two and since the about it could find a police report they said okay fine but people heard these stories offer arrears how much of this now is because as you said claes been a bit of an instigator he's been a sort of a drama queen even in his own party he sort of needlessly picked fights as as you've described it how much of this is resurfacing now because he doesn't have a whole lot of allies um all basically three servicing because young man just decided to finally come forward because i hear he had an impromptu news conference at his church and oyvind three television stations of ironically i was not you're not allowed out of out of them are not on the media distribution less uh and said the bow that this was all the result of city council president maggie lewis she's been spread in a she is responsible chief but not all this information trends discredited me because she knows i run against for president that it i wondered pick upon as they know steve bible says you can go to hell for lyon as well as steel and maggie lewis had absolutely nothing to do with this i mean i've been working on this story like i said for the past six years most most intensly the last three months and an insult and say that maggie lewis and skin this no blood and by the way when it's all allegedly happened no the kid was about fourteen fifteen years also 8 even know anything about a city county council to begin with we have not heard the outcry from democrats for him to resign the way we have republicans with jeff miller course jim merited county gop party chair came out are all the city council members came out we ever really heard that from clay is that because there have been charges filed against him i think the fact you've got a couple things number one is just one allegation now there two or three or more allegation started popping up in here and telling me there they could be out there i it is i'm not saying they're out there i'm saying it has been my experience and.
"media distribution" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The obama administration past the 2015 internet order a net neutrality that the fcc voted to reverse last week just tell us what did the 2015 ordered do for you did help you and me to reach your target audience what what the twenty two teen ordered it for us and many other smaller digital startups is that it really just continued to solidify rules that had accumulative been in place that protected access to the internet for all companies and for all people i mean these regulations didn't just beginning in 2015 this actually has been something that his started ever since the dial it modem too would have grown as big an froth of the did in this new known that neutrality age absolutely not you know we were able to build out our of digital media company through the media distribution channels that were available for free to us this is why it is also so important because you know we we produce content that speaks to elect being on multicultural audience when you look at the media landscape how is that content going to be produced how are diverse content creators who don't have a million dollars laying around how are they going to entities marketplace's if they might not be able to afford the access fees lucie florida she's with me to that's m i to you a base content platform lizzy thanks very much for your point of view on us thanks for having me let's go back now to columbia university's virschow misra because in addition to having great analogy is you also knows a lot about net neutrality in his native india you see as the us moves to dismantle its net neutrality rules india is moving in the opposite direction india's telecommunications regulator has created a net neutrality framework that some say is the strongest in the world i asked misra what it feels like to be watching the op visit happening here in the us it either cameras because i was very involved in the in the process my research area of the active upon up it isn't at at economics and the definition that i gave gay opponent ragged tragedy of the pro net neutrality citizens movement in down dr than definition and the regular also actually ended up passing regulations on betty that are very consistent with on definition bittersweet for me that you know the indyk under of my audit in i was able to make a difference at they have.
"media distribution" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Wind to happen our whether or not this is going to essentially a charge us out of existence mutu was founded in two thousand twelve a few years before the obama administration pass the 2015 internet order a net neutrality that the fcc voted to reverse last week just tell us what did the 2015 order do for you did help you and me to reach your target audience well what the 2015 ordered for us on many other smaller digital start apps is that it really chest continued to solidify rules that had a cumulative been in place that protected access to the internet for all companies and for all people i mean these regulations didn't just begin in 2015 this actually has been something that has started ever since the dial it modem with the did you think me too would have grown as big an faceted in this new no net neutrality age absolutely not you know we were able to build out our digital media company through the media distribution channels that were available for free to us this is why it's also so important because you know we we produce content that speaks to elect the normal to cultural audience when you look at the media landscape how is that content going to be produced how are diverse content creators who don't have a million dollars laying around how are they going to entities marketplace's if they might not be able to afford the access fees lucie florida she's with me to that's m i to you a whip is content platform lizzy thanks very much report of view on us thanks for having me with go back now to columbia university's virschow misra because in addition to having great analogies he also knows a lot about net neutrality in his native india you see as the us moves to dismantle its net neutrality rules india is moving in the opposite direction india's telecommunications regulator has created a net neutrality framework but some say is the straw.
"media distribution" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
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"media distribution" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC
"media distribution" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC
"Wall andy were moving from a relatively small opportunity running a single video use gays and and a single out with a currency that works only within that out to a cryptocurrency that is liquid and has value in the real world and powers a platform and an ecosystem that enables endless use gains and so that is an opportunity larger by order of magnitude its and by providing the contributors to the growth of our network creators developers and other contributors we give them a personal stake an incentive to grow the network alongside us were a small team before do people how do we better harness industrial people everywhere to work alongside us by having this equitable liquid and transparent reward are all business model changes from taxing transactions of our users to be completely aligned with their users a growing the size of the network all right a k i'm sold without perspective but as you know is centralised digital natwest's value largely accrues to found is an early investors like me and here you'll looking to disperse this enterprise vanni with the community that full potentially reducing my windfall so tell me how to ease sell that to me and the investor base in frame not line evolved human what ultimately we have a fiduciary responsibility to provide as much cash on cash by two by two are l as possible well sir enterprise balliol of our ecosystem stands to increase significantly if we're able to incentivize masses of users developers creators and and all people who contribute to the network in the ecosystem so the portion of the token that we are company holes becomes the asset that you know it's not that us alone are eager to see it appreciate but a community of millions is now incentivized to appreciate our acid and i call that is the metro warfare no i absolutely love that an eu she coined the term asymmetric wolf that but you've thoroughly satisfied my question is that i'd love to move into a quickfire i'm with you now say as you know i say short statement and you give me your immediate thoughts are you ready ready so you'll favor book ken wiwa also on the next flight for me.
"media distribution" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC
"And today we tax are transactions we take a forty percent commission on our transactions and we're changing that where launching into centralized tokenism economy later this year's where creators whether they're independent like you or mtv or america's town both of which are on our service today will be rewarded with token it's more equitable it's based on their mathematical contribution to the growth of the network and it provides these participants with a personal stake in the platform it incentivizes them to grow the network that appreciates with their value contribution and makes them not coinoperated in the in the months but really a part of the network and the rebel grows with the network can i ask do you think this tokenism also allows for inherent innovation you marketplace still stops in his ability to boy seed the dimond on the supply side and so that face chicken neck problem this so inherent and often within marketplace models yes so that's a really really exciting some feature of this ecosystem which i call the token network fact and we wrote about it in our white paper and you can jumpstart the economy by allocating a proportion of the tokens to a reward who'll that logarithmic lee an algorithm ugly every day over a period of years rewards all the contributors to network big and small and incentivize them to join you in the effort to grow network because that benefits themselves before we move into the create far around i'm going to do something a little strange here i want you to play along with it so i want you to pretend that i'm on device minute us v and i'm sitting on the board now and i've got some questions fee so at eat with this incredible thriving virtual economy on our platform why does it need to be crypt say.
"media distribution" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC
"Yeah i mean gradual decentralisation is a practical approach whereby you leverage your existing centralized assets like users revenue proven product market fit and you achieve and ultimately the central eyes network overtime for example today we don't yet have decentralised solutions for streaming video but does that mean that we should not benefit from the ability to centralise the economy than we can replace centralized thurbers with the decentralised protocols as soon as they become available and soon as they provide better quality of course and lower costs absolutely can i also on the theme of existing services becoming decentralized i have to austere the everthing is better decentralised or do you think there are certain characteristics that make one asset may be more appropriate for decentralised structure than another you know i tend to think of twosided markets as being crawled to a having great value decentralisation and i'm lucky to be working within that space and can can benefit from these amazing opportunities to allow others to participate in this ecosystem but i'm not sure that every business is prone for decentralisation or can benefit from it okay so we set the scene now and i do want to hear a little more about how he's actually yuri exacting this vision with props and rise as you hinted at sir how are you thinking about this fuss let's start with that yes so thank you for asking about what it is specifically that were doing so crops is an ecosystem for decentralised video applications and rise is the first application on it and we are changing our business today we have millions of users and thousands of creators like youtube and instagram influencers.
"media distribution" Discussed on AppleInsider Podcast
"So there are companies that are working on these foldable physical devices a samsung has one supposedly coming next year that they've already teased they that actually the day the iphone 10 was announced to try to take away some apples thunder and lenovo has shown some tablets to do the same thing that or like a book and kind of full and a half i think that it's more than a gimmick if you can make it work but there are going to be sacrifices to get it to work and you have to weigh though sacrifice and decide whether it's worth it much like apple had to weigh the sacrifice of putting the notch on the iphone ten and decide whether or not that was worth it for them right now you are a big consumer of movies i am we've talked about this before it's no great secret you you like to watch i do i love movies and when you purchase them you make sure that you have codes so that you can watch my to swipe residual copies with my blueberries as yet or else yeah and we've also talked separately about disney and their approach to streaming services and what they're doing with their their path for media distribution so it looks as if there is a movies anywhere service that i'm completely infantry with because i haven't really bothered with trying to to figure out how to watch purchased content like this like you'd have struggled so movies anywhere is is a thing that disney's launched and it's an all in one movie viewing service that lets users watch purchased content from five major hollywood studios on a bunch of different platforms including i tunes and kugeln way.
"media distribution" Discussed on Forbes Sports Money
"The video over an internet protocol you're going to be able to start tailoring the advertising uh to goes people so instead of a company you know just any company pepsi fine 30second spots in in a cbs broadcast or a fox broadcast companies who might not advertise in the nfl today because uh a massmarket cpm rape than a massmarket audiences and targeted enough for them you might now be able to uh get a product uh you know call it making it up something like cartier watches who could go to an amazon or whoever might uh provide screaming of our games in the future and to say i'd like to have uh a million impressions this weekend within all of the nfl games based on the following demographics you know a certain amount of income sort geographies who have done certain things in the last number of days and now the at rates for those people because it's so targeted we'll be multiple multiples up the match markets cpm rate that were selling the advertising in our games for today at hopefully that'll work well for the consumer because they're seeing relevant advertising it'll work well for our partners because built be able to provide advertisers with uh a higher value audience and ultimately the economic benefit comes back to the clubs and our players uh with the higher revenues so it should be a win win win for everybody uh you know we've seen media distribution evolved to where he just had the networks on the weekends and and then you know you had the monday night football in the nap was built incidents thursday night football and then you had the the streaming with the sprint deal on on the smartphones and so forth and i'm wondering is weak as as that relates to now what's happening with licensing.
"media distribution" Discussed on Forbes Sports Money
"The video over an internet protocol you're going to be able to start tailoring the advertising uh to goes people so instead of a company you know just any company pepsi fine 30second spots in in a cbs broadcast or a fox broadcast companies who might not advertise in the nfl today because uh a massmarket cpm rape than a massmarket audiences and targeted enough for them you might now be able to uh get a product uh you know call it making it up something like cartier watches who could go to an amazon or whoever might uh provide screaming of our games in the future and to say i'd like to have uh a million impressions this weekend within all the nfl games based on the following demographics you know a certain amount of income in sort geographies who have done certain things in the last number of days and now the at rates for those people because it's so targeted we'll be multiple multiples up the match markets cpm rate that were selling the advertising in our games for today at hopefully that'll work well for the consumer because they're seeing relevant advertising it'll work well for our partners because built be able to provide advertisers with uh a higher value audience and ultimately the economic benefit comes back to the clubs and our players uh with the higher revenues so it should be a win win win for everybody uh you know we've seen media distribution evolved to where he just had the networks on the weekends and and then you know you had the monday night football in the nap was built incidents thursday night football and then you had the the streaming with the sprint deal on on the smartphones and so forth and i'm wondering is weak as as that relates to now what's happening with licensing.