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“Video is only to become more important”, says Mark Zuckerberg

People are creating and sharing more video, and we think it’s pretty clear that video is only going to become more important. So that’s why we’re prioritizing putting video first across our family of apps and taking steps to make it even easier for people to express themselves in richer ways.

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What is Branded Content?

This year I was asked many times the question “What is branded content”? And today I thought – why not telling the story of my team at Shell. Many would call us PR guys or marketing people. The truth is, we are all former TV journalists just by incident now sitting in a company and

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Branded content strategy

I have been interviewed by “The Channel”, the international media magazine of the Association for International Broadcasting (AIB) on the visual content strategy of Shell.  

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CP Wissen – Unternehmen, die Fernsehanbieter von morgen?

Wie sieht die Fernsehlandschaft in fuenf Jahren aus? Die rasante Entwicklung der Technik wird nicht nur den Fernseh- sondern den gesamten Medienmarkt völlig verändern.

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Lead Digital/ W&V: Corporate film goes TV documentation

I was interviewed by German media some weeks ago on the strategy of my creative team at Shell. I also talked about the future of TV. Read the full interview Lead Digital/ Erklaervideo (both articles German only)

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My new visual team and first film examples

Many of you might have seen the job profiles last year, and that we were looking for TV journalists across Europe, the Americas, Asia, China and Australia. It took me almost one year to get this new team together. But since April everyone is in place and producing –  time for me to provide an

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SAP TV 2.0, The Future of Video is Now!

We just re-launched the corporate video platform of SAP. When we planned this exciting new offering two months ago, we had one thing in mind — to create a simpler, clearer platform that provides the same friendly usability of favorite video sharing sites. And, for the first time, all content will be readily available for

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Crazy Korea: I-Phone app with video messages for lonely singles

Some months ago I was writing about a new hobby of Japanese men, using their iPhones and Nintendo DS consoles to to build virtual relationships with women. Now a new service opened in South Korea, where an inventor offers men virtual love on the iPhone. “Honey it’s me!” is warming lonely hearts with the voice

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Newspapers to die in the US in seven years

An Australian-based futurist, Ross Dawson, statet in his blog, that newspapers will cease to exist in the US within seven years. They will die in Britain and Iceland in 2019, in Canada and Norway in 2020 and in Australia in 2022.

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NewMedia-Boss Leaves

The German private TV network ProSiebenSat1 just announced that Dan Marks will leave the company due to personal reasons. Marks was member of the board since May, 1 2010. 

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RIM showed new so-called Playbook/ Answer to IPad

Blackberry tonight unveiled its tablet which aims at businesses. The product was highly anticipated as an answer to the IPad which was showcased by Apple earlier.

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Gesture recognition: Japanese men and their virtual girl friends…

When I was writing my post about gesture recognition I was not expecting, that this new technology could be used for such crazy things I read about on my trip to China two weeks ago.

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New York Times Will Go Out of “Print” Sometime in the Future

When you read my recent posts and perhaps attended one of the last conferences I was attending as a speaker you know that I am always very critical with the future of print publications. Many people call me being totally wrong saying that print might be dead in about five years and that TV and

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Hulu to extend services globally – danger for TV cable networks

After Hulu just announced its new pricing and subscription model for the US end of June and journalists were discussing the danger for Netflix , the company owned by News Corp, Disney and General Electric’s NBC Universal seems to have plans, to extend their services globally.

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News about Apple TV – 99 Cent Streaming TV Rentals

Apple is working on a new version of its product Apple TV as sources told blogger Ryan Lawler.

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News anchor will become new spokesperson of German chancellor Merkel

Steffen Seibert a very prominent German news anchor will become responsible for German chancllor Merkel’s communication activities. He will also be her spokesperson. Seibert takes over this job from Ulrich Wilhelm and will start his new job August 11.

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Germany’s largest private TV network sells news channel N24

After long time discussions about the future of N24, one of the two private news channels in Germany, ProSieben today announced to sell the channel to a consortium of managers of N24 and Stefan Aust (former chief editor of the famous German news magazin “Der Spiegel”).

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News about Google TV

Some blogs are reporting some news about the TV plans of Google

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TV 3.0 – article on CP Wissen (German only)

CP Wissen just published my commentary about TV 3.0 and how the new market developments affect the broadcast industry and companies. Read also, why global players like Google and Apple will be the TV networks of tomorrow.

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Steve Jobs – no new version of Apple TV

Everyone who followed Steve’s Keynote today, might have been very excited about the announcements about the new I-Phone. However, no word about Apple TV.

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June 8, 2010 1:11 am
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Welcome

Hi there, I just started this blog today and wanted to write a short welcome message. Stay tuned, there will come a lot more content about the life of a very busy  TV professional (TVjunkie.. ) See you soon again on The Daily Herold 🙂 Sven

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