The Weekly Review

Hello! Happy Thursday! Here’s how technology impacted the media and entertainment industry this week. Mistakes are mine: ———- 1) from Brandon W. Clark, the Chair of the Copyright, Entertainment and Media Law Practice Group at McKee, Voorhees and Sease PLC (his headline says it all. In summary? If you’re live streaming, you need to take… Read More

Sit back. Grab a coffee. Or protein shake. Your weekend starts now (it’s your week in review on how technology impact on the media and entertainment world)

Happy Thursday! I hope you had a productive week! Your time is valuable. And I respect it. I could post a billion news articles and analyze them one by one, but to be honest with you, everyone else is doing it. I’d rather focus on one article and give you my short analysis on it… Read More

Is it summer or fall yet? Welcome to the weekly media and tech roundup

Happy Thursday! I hope you’re having an amazing start to summer (if you live in the northern hemisphere) or fall (if you live in the southern hemisphere). Here’s the one article that impressed me this week when it comes to technology’s impact on the media and entertainment world (it’s written by Ana Nicolaci Da Costa… Read More

It’s Thursday! Your Weekend? It Starts Now.

Happy Thursday! I analyze how technology impacts the media and entertainment industry. Here are the three articles you need to read so you can stay ahead of your competitors. Or you’ll end getting left behind: 1) from Kyle Wiggers: https://venturebeat.com/2019/05/14/ibms-ai-achieves-state-of-the-art-broadcast-news-captioning/ Let’s be honest. Everyone says artificial intelligence will become your next news captioner/reporter etc. But… Read More

Media/Tech Roundup

It’s Thursday! Welcome to the start of your weekend! Here are the two ways (in my mind) on how technology has impacted the media and entertainment sector this week: A) from Joe Lemire at “Sporttechie” -> artificial intelligence is getting better at reporting high school sports stories. I’d keep on eye on this. Why? Because… Read More