Online video: the cause of, and solution to, all of US TV's problems?

Since I’ve been writing this blog I’ve noticed a recurring theme: while almost everyone in the media and entertainment sectors…

Britain's shrinking army of bloggers

In today’s Guardian, Bobbie Johnson salutes ‘Britain’s community of bloggers’, which has ‘grown to an army of nearly four million’,…

Women not techie enough for online media, says Times Online chief

Here’s an extraordinary thing: the head of the Times of London’s online arm, Times Online, is a woman. No, that…

Hiatus

Right, I’m putting this blog on hiatus for a couple of weeks while I move to Cornwall and get myself…

And finally…

I’m sad to say that today is my last day in the office here at Prompt. Yes, in the manner…

Professional journalists at loggerheads over social media

At the B2B Marketing Awards last night, my colleague Lance and I were explaining Prompt’s (award-winning!) social media monitoring service…

European governments move to control Web 2.0

For a long time, the blogs, virtual worlds and social media sites of the Web 2.0 world have been legislative…

And the prize for shortest awards ceremony goes to…

…The Flackenhacks, which by my reckoning took about 15 minutes from start to finish. Some of this was thanks to…

Best consumer tech publication goes to…

…Stuff, who, like most of tonight’s winners, couldn’t be here in person, but sent a text message of gratitude. Oh,…

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