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King of Popular Media: Michael Jackson’s Death

The death of Michael Jackson signified the first fatality of an international megastar in the social media era. Recent statistics into the online ‘buzz’ in the aftermath of Jackson’s passing make interesting reading. New Media Knowledge crunched the numbers and had a look how buzz monitoring could be useful for business.


Real-Time Internet: what is it and does it matter?

There is more and more buzz these days about real time Internet, but what is it? How is it used and mostly importantly does it actually matter? Joe Hughes of Yomego explains the latest trend.


Search Party: Just How Can Marketers Keep Up With the Search Revolution?

It has been a busy couple of months in the search engine arena. With the main sites all adding upgrades and new players arriving on the scene. New Media Knowledge canvassed the market for advice on how digital marketers could possibly keep up.


MWC 2009: New Media Services Well Placed in Recession, Delegates Agree

The great and the good of the mobile industry met this week at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. In the depths of a global recession the industry is witnessing mixed fortunes. New Media Knowledge caught up with some exhibitors and visitors to gauge their thoughts on the show.


Business Briefing: Where Next for Venture Capitalists?

Despite the economic downturn venture capitalists are still looking at investment opportunities in digital media. New Media Knowledge spoke to one to get the low down on what VCs want.


Record Visits for UK Blog Sites

Nearly half of the UK’s online population visited at least one blog during August, according to a survey. Yet one recent report said blogging’s day has passed, so what’s the true reflection? New Media Knowledge spoke to three prominent bloggers for their take.


Mobile Shopping Finally Here?

According to figures from Juniper Research's Mobile Web 2.0: Leveraging Location, IM, Social Web & Search report, mobile 2.0 applications currently generate $5.5 billion. With the sum expected to rise to $22.4 billion by 2013, businesses are unsurprisingly looking to target this lucrative market.


Ups and Downs in Music

Research compiled by eMarketer from recent surveys shows that the total market for music is much larger than it has been historically, but that nonetheless total expenditure on music is considerably lower.


UK Internet Trends

The OxIS Internet Trends 2007 report is packed with information about the latest trends and statistics in online behaviour, and is required reading for anyone working in digital.


Music on the Move

The 2007 Digital Music Survey from Entertainment Media Research shows that both traditional and not-so-traditional models for selling music face considerable challenges. However, there are also some surprising opportunities for new revenues.


US Viewing Trends Analysed

US web metrics outfit Compete has released details of how the US spent its time during December 2006. The results are a classic 'long tail' in many respects. Ian Delaney digs through the figures.


Mobile Youth Get More Sophisticated

Enpocket and Harris have jointly produced the Mobile Media Monitor UK, revealing new levels of sophistication amongst mobile consumers with the majority of the 18-34 age group now using picture messaging and the mobile internet...


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