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The future of media and news monitoring (Futurist Speaker Gerd Leonhard at FIBEP Krakow 2012 conference)

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This is an edited version of my presentation at http://www.fibep.info/fibep/en/2012CongressProfessionalProgramme.php on the future of media, news, data, social media - and media monitoring …

This is an edited version of my presentation at http://www.fibep.info/fibep/en/2012CongressProfessionalProgramme.php on the future of media, news, data, social media - and media monitoring technologies and business models

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    Futurists and speakers Ross Dawson and Gerd Leonhard talk about about the future of newspapers. Recorded in Sydney July 1st, 2011. More details on Ross's blog at http://gerd.fm/oim0e4 Here are a few notes from our conversation:

    * When I released my Newspaper Extinction Timeline, chronicling when newspapers would become irrelevant in each country around the world, it received a heated response.
    * Are we interested in news, or in paper?
    * We are now able to get rid of the printing and physical distribution, which can be up to 80% of the costs of creating newspapers and magazines, with significant environmental benefitsl
    * The newspaper industry may not die but it certainly won't grow, but the news business can and probably will grow.
    * The future of 'news-on-paper' is not nearly as interesting as the future of news -- this is a far richer subject in terms of distribution, the role of journalists, the filtering of news and so on.
    * A key issue is how similar or individual to others is the news we get.
    * The far broader participation in content creation and resulting flood of content means we need professional editing and filtering.
    * Print has been largely paid for by third-parties -- advertisers -- and that ecosystem has not fully developed in the online world.
    * The long tail makes the overall market larger by accessing new markets that were not feasible before.
    * Scaling costs commensurate with revenues in smaller markets brings out the potential for publishers to create multi-niche strategies.
    * People need to see value before paying -- for example in curation in specific sectors such as finance.
    * Aggregators such as Flipboard could become a sector as big as cable TV.
    * Murdoch's iPad venture The Daily brings out the issue of whether people truly want a single editorial/ curation perspective, or rather multiple perspectives.
    * Aggregation is a dirty word in the media industry, yet it is where much of the value resides to the consumer.
    * The future is in ecosystems rather than 'egosystems' that are focused on an individual news system. There will still be egosystems, but far fewer than before.
    * The transition to a new and undefined ecosystem is painful and challenging, but people want news and often are prepared to pay for it in various forms.

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  • 1. Gerd Leonhard Futurist, Author, CEO The FuturesAgency Basel, SwitzerlandThe Future of Media, News, Data and the monitoring business
  • 2. Welcome toThe future is already here!The Networked Society
  • 3. ☞ Networked news & Media
  • 4. Networked SocietyThe future is already here! Networked Media Networked business
  • 5. “Change the instruments, and youThe future is already here! will change the entire Social Theory that goes with them” Bruno Latour 2009
  • 6. Media, News. Information. Data.Social-Local-Mobile (SoLoMo)
  • 7. The future is already here! ‘SoLomo’ everywhere
  • 8. Social Networks are the new broadcasters
  • 9. The future is already here! Media ‘Business as usual’ is fading quickly
  • 10. The future is already here! *hat Tip to Neil perkin Toxic Assumptions - what was yesterday may just be... History
  • 11. Build value around the Core
  • 12. The future is already here! Don’t be Like the music Business :)
  • 13. Access not ownership
  • 14. The future is already here! Explosion of disruptive habits
  • 15. The future is already here! The users are the content, too ‘Participation culture’
  • 16. The future is already here! Disrupt or be disrupted
  • 17. The future is already here! “It’s become very, very clear to me that digital trumps printand that pure digital, without any legacy costs... massively trumps print” — David Bradley Theatlantic
  • 18. The future is already here! Soon, Print is just another screen
  • 19. The future is already here! Media is rapidly becoming disembodied Gazeta Wyborcza Gazeciarz digital newspaper delivery Via Youtube
  • 20. New InterfacesThe future is already here! Dr. Michio Kaku via Youtube
  • 21. Print & Digital is amalgamating The future is already here!
  • 22. The future is already here! From Paper Culture toScreen Culture
  • 23. The future is already here! 2 parallel models required... Media Mon1toring 1.0 Media Monitoring X.0
  • 24. The future is already here! The total convergence of Internet and Television
  • 25. The future is already here! A huge opportunity (imho)
  • 26. The future is already here! MarketMaker
  • 27. The future is already here!Digital media knows no silos TV Internet “Social” Radio Mobile Print
  • 28. The future is already here!
  • 29. The future is already here! Pay-will not Pay-wall:)
  • 30. The future is already here!
  • 31. The future is already here! Relevance not Noise
  • 32. The future is already here! Data-Driven Business Models :)
  • 33. The future is already here! New technologies. New Data. New Models
  • 34. The future is already here!
  • 35. Trust & Reputation monitoring *Hat-tip to Rachel Botsman ‘collaborative consumption’
  • 36. Freemium The future is already here!can be a very powerful model
  • 37. If one of your missions is to make data tangible...
  • 38. The future is already here! Helping your clients to really understand things
  • 39. “make sense ofInformation”
  • 40. The future is already here! Going way beyond the obvious will be crucial
  • 41. The future is already here! Monitoring Data & Information Management Business
  • 42. RealTime
  • 43. Cross-platform
  • 44. newly & truly Intelligent
  • 45. newly & truly Intelligent
  • 46. The future is already here! Technology is forcing us to create new Ecosystems
  • 47. APIs are an expression of inevitableThe future is already here! interdependence
  • 48. “Creativity is the residue of time wasted” *Albert Einstein
  • 49. Summary - Things to remember :)
  • 50. The future is already here! Thanks for your time! mediafuturist.com thefuturesagency.com gerdtube.com (video) slideshare.net/gleonhard Download:G N : D E S I Futurist App

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