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Light Foresight Part II

Being very busy lately on the writing of the book (the drafted structure is fixed, so I need to fill it) and other minor things, I am less able to do an active foresight. That’s why I’ll post interesting links … Continue reading

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Light Foresight Part I

Being very busy lately on the writing of the book (the drafted structure is fixed, so I need to fill it) and other minor things, I am less able to do an active foresight. That’s why I’ll post interesting links … Continue reading

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Enhanced TV vs Traditional Advertisers

Key points: “Advanced television functionality has been around for years, but it has always been fragmented and inconsistent,” said Michael Bologna, director-emerging communications at WPP’s Group M. “That has been a problem for advertisers. Advertisers want to reach mass audiences.” … Continue reading

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