Tag: house of cards

by Julie Keck

1. Along with companies and armies, governments are becoming media entities (PaidContent.com) 2. Apple / Macs hit by hackers targeting Facebook (Reuters) 3. How I got a six-figure following – and why it doesn’t matter (JaneFriedman.com) 4. Does ‘House of Cards’ all-you-can-eat buffet spoil social viewing? (NYT) 5. Twitter is reducing some tweets to 117 […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Blogonomics: Honesty is the best policy when soliciting donations on the web (Reuters) 2. ‘House of Cards’ and the joys of addiction viewing (The Verge) 3. Instagram asks court to throw out class action lawsuit over policy changes (memeburn) 4. Harvard professor: Digital may have disrupted media first, but education is next (GigaOm) 5. […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Financial Times editor outlines a digital revolution (Guardian) 2. Are Netflix and House of Cards turning viewers into ‘puppets’? Felix Salmon says no (Reuters) 3. News organizations searching for (and finding) new revenue streams (Poynter) 4. Advice for keeping social media fresh: audit, pivot, commit and review (memeburn) 5. Who reigned over the Grammys […] more »

by Mark Glaser

We are back with the Mediatwits podcast, revamped in a roundtable format with “regulars” and occasional special guests. Plus, we are now video and audio, and you can watch the podcast live as a Google Hangout on Air — both right here on this post on MediaShift, on our YouTube channel or on our Google+ […] more »

by Eric Elia

Binge viewing may transform more than our personal grooming habits, as Fred and Carrie discovered in a “Portlandia” episode when they plowed through a few seasons of “Battlestar Galactica” without leaving the house. More than anything, the debut — all 13 episodes — of Netflix’s “House of Cards” raises questions about what the binge viewing […] more »