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Richard Titus
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Serial entrepreneur with a passion for the Internet, technology, media and occasionally, video games, music, motorcycles and extreme sports.
Interests: entrepreneurs, green tech, sustainability, music, film, television, new media, intellectual property, community, entrepreneur, wireless, gadgets, mobile, user experience, video games, business development, producer, musician, broadband, international business, console gaming, user interface, environmentalist, start-up ceo, entertainment media, set-top, futurist, mergers and acquisitions, strategic partnerships, distressed business turn-arounds, interactive television, new platforms, devices
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Music is dying? Artists today make more money at earlier points in their career than ever before. Soundcloud, Spotify and even rdio are growing exponentially, I'd suggest that actually it's iTunes, the victim of underinvestment, slow innovation and a terrible architecture that is dying a slow painful death.... The question is; can Ian, Dre & Jimmy save it? http://www.hypebot.com/hypebot/2014/05/beats-new-apple-boss-says-music-is-dying-.html
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I was going to favourite this - but given tomorrows my 1st day of employment at the Daily Mail General Trust, thought the better of it. But it is VERY Funny.
Toggle Commented Jun 25, 2009 on End of times at quid.pro
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I've always said you can only make money three ways with digital content: 1 - Transactions 2 - Subscriptions 3 - Sponsorship (advertising, branded entertainment, et all) - i.e. indirect transactions (attention rather than direct cash) The most facinating thing to me is that the temporary downturn in the online advertising business due to the economic crisis causing everyone to pretend it will never come back. Has everyone forgotten that Madison avenue was MADE in the years after the great depression? Every big brand owner I speak with intends to double their online advertising budgets next year, while cutting their print/TV spends. ciao
Toggle Commented Jun 25, 2009 on Not making money through advertising at quid.pro
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