What is the future of media?
How can America Online (AOL) come back from the dead to take more of the market share?
America Online is now owned by Verizon which means more smart phones, internet connection (which is where AOL initially made its intro into this space). However, Facebook and Google ow roughly 85 percent of the advertising dollars. So, how can AOL and other media companies compete?
Today, at the Collision Conference in New Orleans, Jimmy Maymann of AOL and Steven Bertoni of Forbes discussed these issues.
We recorded this via Facebook Live and unfortunately the quality is not the best, but, the information is terrific and very important for anyone in the media, marketing, advertising and tech industries.
LABI's Waguespack pokes Edwards tax delay, promotes Louisiana Legislative outlook
Louisiana ranked 25th in medical doctors, hospitals
Quin Hillyer: Freedom Caucus,hardliners "just Screwed the American people"
Trumpcare loss a mere distraction from RussiaGate
In the age of rapid response, social media, President and CEO of the Louisiana Association of Business and Industry took to twitter to apparently poke the Democrat Governor and to promote his own tour of his own legislative package, or legislative outlook tour, beginning today.
Today, Stephen Waguespack of LABI tweeted in response to The Advocate’s Tyler Bridges article that John Bel Edwards would be delaying his release of his tax overhaul package that was scheduled for today.
The GOP will likely claim that the bogus “ Assisted suicide counseling” will still be covered since Obamacare remains the law of the land. That’s good news for GOP legislators who planned on voting “yes” on its repeal. The rich, also, should be happy the old law remains because they have wounds that need tending after the mega tax breaks for them that were inserted in Trumpcare went the way of leeching. The failure to repeal, of course, is the Democrats fault. Trump said so, but he has reason to be happy, too. The health care debacle managed, if just for an hour, or two, to deflect attention away from Russia.