Tag Archives: broadcast

#NBCFAIL shows how broadcast TV has changed forever

#NBCFAIL may not mean to you a lot if you are not a social media fan, but it has been the talk of the weekend. NBC is the American broadcaster with the rights to broadcast the London Olympic games. On … Continue reading

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Social Media at the London Olympics

Much has been written about London 2012 being the first ever Olympic games where social media will be a significant source of information about the events taking place on and off the track. At Beijing in 2008 there may have … Continue reading

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Why do I use Twitter?

My colleagues often ask why I use Twitter so often. There is a belief amongst those who do not really use it that everyone is just broadcasting the details of their breakfast, or which train they are waiting for. This … Continue reading

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100 days until London 2012

Today marks the milestone that it is now 100 days to the Olympic games in London. These milestones are a little artificial as the 100-days-to-go mark really means nothing other than it’s getting close now, but as the people of … Continue reading

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Final Service… can live streaming help customer service?

I was interested to see that a crematorium in Stafford has started offering online funerals. The funeral takes place as normal, but they have a live streaming service so people who cannot attend can watch live on the Internet. It … Continue reading

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