Archive for November, 2007
I’m loving the fact that the President of Iran, the easily-roll-off-the-tongue-able Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has got his own blog. He’s followed a similar technique to me with his URL: www.ahmadinejad.ir. I guess, he probably doesn’t have too much trouble getting the domain he wants from the Iranian network registrar… What’s brilliant about his blog is that […]
It’s interesting times for digital platforms at the moment. Both DAB Digital Radio and DTT (Freeview) have enjoyed much success with lots of boxes out there and lots of happy viewers and listeners. However, both systems don’t have a lot of expansion left in them. They’re filling up. This means its difficult to introduce new […]
I have a new way to procrastinate before getting out of bed on a cold morning. First it started with reading my emails. Not on my computer, that would be crazy. Obviously the phone’s the place to do that at 7am. And anyway my computer’s away from bed so I’d have to get up to […]
A brilliant clip from CNN’s Larry King Live show, where King asks Seinfeld if his show was cancelled. Jerry’s response? Priceless.
I stumbled across a great blog this morning – United Hollywood. It’s been created to promote the reasoning behind the Writer’s Guild of America’s strike. If you didn’t know, the WGA, are campaigning to be paid for non-traditional viewing of their work, ie internet. It’s clever, and explains things clearly through a sort of celebrity […]
This is funny.
Here at NAB Europe I was talking to some of the guys from Google’s Adsense for Audio. For those of you that don’t know, this is their system that will sell and traffic radio stations from Google’s bank of advertisers (and stemmed from their purchase of dMarc a couple of years ago). They’ve mainly been […]
Me and Greg, and a big chunk of the radio industry have all disappeared off to Barceona for the NAB Europe conference. We arrived here a few days early for some meetings and a bit of sightseeing. I’ve never been to Barcelona before, but it’s a great City and best of all, it’s still warm! […]