A month of speaking at conferences–with a one-week break when I came down with a gentle and brief case of Covid–wraps up this week with my short trip to Toronto to lead two panels at Collision.
6/13/2022: Comcast advertising report: Live TV lives on, FierceVideo
I did some fill-in writing at my trade-pub client, starting with this Comcast report on streaming-video advertising.
6/13/2022: FuboTV adds FAST channels from Trusted Media Brands, FierceVideo
My second post at Fierce allowed to mention cat videos in the lede.
6/13/2022: Apple TV+ makes first season of ‘For All Mankind’ free for all, FierceVideo
This day’s work ended with a quick post about one of my favorite Apple TV+ shows.
6/15/2022: Setting up autopay for your broadband or wireless can require careful aim, USA Today
Broadband providers’ inability to document the finer points of their pricing once again served up a story idea for me.
6/15/2022: Apple to Exclusively Stream All Major League Soccer Matches in 2023, PCMag
The story I did for FierceVideo in December of 2019 about D.C. United’s first attempt to go streaming-only looks a little more prescient now that MLS has agreed to have Apple offer live coverage of every match.
6/15/2022: FIRESIDE: Being on speed dial: how founders can best partner with their investors for maximum impact, Dublin Tech Summit
I interviewed Jonathan Heiliger, general partner with Vertex Ventures, about his lessons learned as a founder of tech startups and an investor in tech startups.
6/15/2022: PANEL: Tales of Digital Transformation, Dublin Tech Summit
My second DTS panel had me quizzing Sally-Ann O’Callaghan, a regional director with the billing-services firm Maxio, and Mark Jordan, chief strategy officer with the tech-training organization Skillnet Ireland.
6/16/2022: Disinformation Experts Warn About US ‘Playbook’ Being Exploited Globally, PCMag
Day two of DTS featured this enlightening discussion between moderator Eric Schurenberg, Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy research director Joan Donovan, Kinzen co-founder Áine Kerr, and Logically CEO Lyric Jain
about the challenges of combating disinformation campaigns.
6/17/2022: Senate Bill Would Bar Data Brokers From Profiting Off Location, Health Data, PCMag
I wrote this post around 3 in the morning after realizing that jet lag wouldn’t have me falling back asleep any time soon–a decision that paid off several hours later when a slow security line and the inefficiency of U.S. customs preclearance at Dublin Airport left me with less free time than I’d expected before my flight back to the States.
Updated 6/26/2022 to add the FierceVideo posts I’d forgotten before, an omission I’m going to blame on jet lag.
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