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December 14 2014

c3o
23:07
In einer Postdemokratie richtet sich die Politik nach der Berichterstattung. Um Politik zu gestalten kann man also zuerst Nachrichten machen. Das politische System reagiert dann darauf.
Michel Reimon
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October 26 2013

c3o
03:08
[The event] was highly publicized, including a BBC article and a post on his Instagram.
— Just another crazy YouTube comment – or an insightful point on the shifting balance of power on the internet?

January 19 2013

c3o
11:26
Wir leben mit einer Medienöffentlichkeit, der Sachfragen zu 80 Prozent schnurzegal sind (ja, in der Politk detto!) und die primär daran interessiert ist, ob es irgendwo einen Fauxpas, einen Kelch, einen Skandal oder sonst irgendeine negativ konnotierte News auszugraben gibt, über die man sich trefflich empören kann. ... Erst wenn man sich selbst bei einem Thema zufällig auskennt, erkennt man wie substanzlos viele Artikel sind und wie wenig sie sich von den Plattitüden der Politiker/innen unterscheiden.
Journalismus ist „Part of the Game“ | blog.sektionacht.at 
Yep! Dass es bei(m meisten) Journalismus um irgendeine Form von Wahrheitsfindung oder Aufklärung gehen könnte, diese Illusion hab ich auch ablegen müssen – es geht um die mitreißende Story, und was nicht passt, wird passend gemacht. (Will ja sonst eh auch keine/r lesen.)
Tags: wonder media
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July 20 2011

c3o
02:39
Ein Verleger hat einem Politiker von uns eine Seite seines Magazins mit einer Negativgeschichte über unsere Partei gezeigt. Dazu hat er gesagt: „Hier könnte aber auch ein Inserat von euch stehen.“
Falter.at: Anonyme Zeugen schildern, wie es zwischen Politik und Medien in Österreich so läuft
Reposted bymondkroeteantifuchsfinkreghEcholichtcliffordphilippeisisbrightbyteastridMadMaidyouampaketlitf4m8tladesignz

May 01 2011

c3o
20:11
CNN Leaves It There – The Daily Show
Oldie, but still brilliant: A scathing indictment of CNN/24-hour news networks in general.
Reposted byMerariluismboworm23clifford

October 29 2010

c3o
08:53
Concerned Germans protesting Google Street View. By posing in front of their house. For the newspaper. Which has an online version. While giving their full names. Oh my... 
Of course the media is at fault here two times over, not these poor saps who don't know their DNS from their TRALAFITTI – first for whipping up a panic, and then for not telling these folks what they're about to do to them is worse.
Reposted fromnestflucht nestflucht

September 25 2010

c3o
05:39
[Media gives you] the power to reach beyond yourself, outward in space and forward in time. The power to have conversations—really rich, meaningful conversations—with more people than you could ever break bread with.
Kanye West, media cyborg « Snarkmarket
Tags: wonder media

July 08 2010

c3o
11:02
Die Jungen [haben] beschlossen, an uns [gemeint wahrscheinlich: am ORF oder dem Fernsehen allgemein] gar nicht mehr teilzunehmen, sondern lieber täglich ins Internet zu kotzen, und das noch anonym, weil da kann relativ wenig passieren und man fühlt sich aber richtig gut, weil man's dem Internet gesagt hat.
Wolfgang Lorenz, Programmdirektor Fernsehen, ORF
Ich kann gar nicht so viel tippen, wie ich kotzen möcht.
Reposted byphilippeEcholichtelpollodiablomondkroeteduonlumoantifuchskrannixfaselRekrut-Ksofiasfinmistress

June 21 2010

c3o
08:28

Retten wir die Futurezone

Ziel dieser Petition ist die Übergabe der ORF Futurezone an die Community ihrer User und Stakeholder.
Tags: austria media
Reposted bymihi mihi

April 25 2010

c3o
00:03
as pixelized sediment.
the past collects ever downward,
The future drops in from above;
forms a 'now' horizon.
the 'top' of your window
In this new text world,

screen-based writing.
direction of time-flow in
now to shift the expected
Twitter -- they all work
News websites, blogs, friend feeds,
Up In The Future
Reposted fromnewnews newnews

April 19 2010

c3o
13:45
Na eins von beiden wird's schon gewesen sein. Bestimmt ist die Welt nicht komplexer als das. (via Kobuk)
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April 13 2010

c3o
18:00
Play fullscreen
Alice for the iPad – and that's just scratching the surface of what media of all kinds can do with this device. I love it.
Reposted bylakimdefaultIntebernhardnewnewsBoySopranoavinmactuxgossecitizen428

January 11 2010

c3o
13:28
Heute enthüllt
Reposted fromtomkalkus tomkalkus viamactux mactux

November 22 2009

c3o
09:23

The future of media? Bet on events « Snarkmarket

I recently had a similar thought: I'll admit to pirating most of the media I consume. I try to give back to recording artists by going to shows and buying merch, but I haven't found a way of doing that for films I love. The logical next thought: Why don't indie movies go on tour? Grab the director, an actor or two, a band from the soundtrack and stuff them in a van for a tour of screenings and parties (and merch sales) beyond just traditional film festivals. No idea whether that scales well enough to work as a business model, but I would love it :)
Reposted bysmangeantifuchs
c3o
08:18
To find out what terms users are searching for, [Demand Media's algorithm] parses bulk data purchased from search engines, ISPs, and Internet marketing firms. Then the algorithm crunches keyword rates to calculate how much advertisers will pay to appear on pages that include those terms. Third, the formula checks to see how many Web pages already include those terms. Finally, the algorithm, like a drunken prophet, starts spitting out phrase after phrase: “butterfly cake,” “shin splints,” “Harley-Davidson belt buckles.” ... At the end of the process, the company has a topic and a dollar amount — the term’s “lifetime value,” — that Demand expects to generate from any resulting content.

[The value] of every story [is] very, very small. Most media companies are trying hard to increase those numbers, to boost the value of their online content until it matches the amount of money it costs to produce. But [Demand Media] thinks they have it exactly backward. Instead of trying to raise the market value of online content to match the cost of producing it — perhaps an impossible proposition — the secret is to cut costs until they match the market value.

"You can take something that is thought of as a creative process and turn it into a manufacturing process."
The Answer Factory: Demand Media and the Fast, Disposable, and Profitable as Hell Media Model (Wired)
That's totally fascinating and a little unsettling.
Reposted byBrnLngjaphy

November 08 2009

c3o
20:00
I want to know everybody’s opinion. I want everybody to try and think for themselves and take their own photos and report everything they possibly can, no matter how amateur, no matter how mistaken. ... I want professional journalists to get stuck in the flood of everyday people so that they’re forced to be brilliant just to stand out.
Rory Marinich's journal: In Defense of Idiot Masses
Reposted bynewnewsantifuchselpollodiablosushimako

November 02 2009

c3o
11:04
Die Krone manipuliert mal wieder: Aus einer Person, die mit Atemschutz ein Protestschild gestaltet, wird "vermummte Demonstrierer sprayen Parolen an die Wände". (via Facebook)
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March 04 2009

c3o
17:01
The Quick Brown regularly checks Fox News headlines and marks all changes over time. This is brilliant.
Tags: wonder media
Reposted fromEcholicht Echolicht

February 05 2009

c3o
15:26
Most meta-level reporting of trends show a world that is getting better. We live longer, in cleaner environments, are healthier, and have access to goods and experiences that kings of old could never have dreamed of. If that doesn't make us happier, we really have no one to blame except ourselves. Oh, and the media lackeys who continue to feed us the litany of woes that we subconsciously crave.
Chris Anderson
Reposted byqueitschphin

April 26 2008

c3o
21:40
There is a huge economic incentive to grab your attention, and there is no economic incentive at all to give you something worth reading [/watching/listening to/...].
Giles Bowkett: Jerry Springer For Programmers
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