Author Archives: Mike Butcher

At TV Unfestival

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Share this post I’m in Edinburgh today for the TV Unfestival, an unconference about TV, as an adjunct to the Media Guardian TV Festival.

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Edinburgh TV Un-Festival 2007

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Share this post Coverage of this year’s Edinburgh TV Un-Festival 2007 and the Media Guardian International TV Festival will appear across both tbites.com and – where the topic is on digital media – mediabites.com. Stay tuned…

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Edinburgh TV Un-Festival 2007

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Share this post Coverage of this year’s Edinburgh TV Un-Festival 2007 and the Media Guardian International TV Festival will appear across both tbites.com and – where the topic is on digital media – mediabites.com. Stay tuned…

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iPhone hacked

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Share this post Now for all networks it seems…

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Brunch Bites 1.5 networking event

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Share this post Event by: Sponsored by: NEXT EVENT: Brunch Bites 1.5 (BETA) Date: Wednesday, August 29, 2007 Time: 10:30am – 12:00pm Location: The Dana Centre Cafe The Dana Centre 165 Queen’s Gate South Kensington London SW7 5HD The nearest … Continue reading

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MashupCamp Dublin

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Share this post Are you a developer with a strong interest in taking something like Yahoo Maps and mashing it together with your Salesforce.com data to come up with some cool new innovative Web-based application? Or, are you thinking of … Continue reading

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Virtual worlds open for marketing

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Share this post Brands buying advertising space inside virtual worlds are free to do so in the UK, since the Advertising Standards Authority state that only ads in the 'public realm' – for example, those placed on a virtual billboard … Continue reading

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Will closed social networking kill off User Generated Content?

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Share this post I just need to blog this while it’s still in my head. I’m sure others have come to the same conclusion in a more erudite manner, and posted longer pieces. But I’m starting to wonder if the … Continue reading

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Facebook still running ads on racist groups

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Share this post Adverts continue to appear beside far-right and racist groups on Facebook despite major advertisers pulling their campaigns following revelations that their brands were appearing alongside such groups. First Direct, Vodafone, Virgin Media, Halifax, AA, and Prudential have … Continue reading

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Facebook still running ads on racist groups

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Share this post Adverts continue to appear beside far-right and racist groups on Facebook despite major advertisers pulling their campaigns following revelations that their brands were appearing alongside such groups. First Direct, Vodafone, Virgin Media, Halifax, AA, and Prudential have … Continue reading

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