TaTaTu jumps into streaming: Users also get a cut

Consider all the content streaming sites on the Web. As users, we get to view videos, hear music, and read articles mostly for free. We may comment, or pass the content link along to our friends and followers. Beyond that, users get nothing, although without the users, sites like Facebook and Twitter would have little to ‘sell.’ TaTaTu has a new take for streaming—everyone gets a cut.  Continue reading “TaTaTu jumps into streaming: Users also get a cut”

Zuckerberg’s Facebook clampdown could be an opportunity

News that Facebook will clamp down on media, with plans to “rank” outlets by “trustworthiness” has many armchair and pro pundits in a meltdown. The move towards “suppression” or “promotion” has caused alarm among those of us who are passionate about free expression. While the government cannot legally control your speech, social media sites certainly can. That is their right.  Continue reading “Zuckerberg’s Facebook clampdown could be an opportunity”

March deadline looms for iHeartMedia

Chances are if you listen to radio online, or in your car,  you’ve done it via iHeartMedia. The company owns more than 800 radio stations. Things aren’t looking so sunny for the nation’s biggest radio conglomerate, though.  Continue reading “March deadline looms for iHeartMedia”