Nikhil has spurred up an interesting conversation @ contentsutra about big media and individual content creators.Read the entire post and don't miss out the comments section as it has pretty important thoughts.I have been following this debate in many places and now it's spilled over to this side of the globe. As much as I want … Continue reading Big Media vs Individual – Indian Media
One of the few things that I had seriously missed writing about in my blog absence was about slideshare. I liked the service the very instant I looked at it and resolved that I MUST write about it the first chance I get to down to do any writing on my blog. Back then when it was … Continue reading gushing about slideshare
I will be camping at Blogcamp in Chennai and listen to tales of the very early stage of media 2.0 in India. Hope to learn a lot and also have fun. blogcamp
I would be most likely attending Blogcamp in Chennai. It aims to be the biggest blogger meet in the country so far. As I much as I dislike everybody suffixing a 2.0 to everything that they can I am very much guilty myself propogating 2.0 memes. Blogcamp though loosely defines the topic/ theme … Continue reading Blogcamp – About Media 2.0 and India
If there is one big corporation that understand the deep changes that are taking place in the mediascape and also embracing those changes and preparing itself for the new world order then it has to be the BBC. (Fox comes second and is way behind even with Myspace in its kitty) Launching of … Continue reading Rebundling Media by BBC
Just came across this news Myspace to expand to 11 countries and that includes India. My previous post Media 2.0 & India seems to be appropriately timed.
I had been chewing this thought for a few weeks now in my head, there is so much discussion about the rise of the new media all over the developed parts of the world but is this new baby been given birth to in India. A question that is been nagging me … Continue reading Is India ready for Media 2.0 ?