One of the many things I help out my boss at PBS MediaShift with is his work for the Online Publishers Association, a media research organization founded and financed by some of the biggest names in news after the dotcom crash. He has written a weekly intelligence report for them for over a decade. The past couple bi-weekly studies were primarily written and researched by me, but this is the first one onto which I requested my byline be added. I will continue to post these on Hiar Learning every couple weeks (with less of an explanation next time).
You can follow the links below to read an individual story or click here to access the full report.
OPA Intelligence Report — 7/19/10
By Mark Glaser and Corbin Hiar
|Apple iPhone 4 woes lead to free bumpers — but no recall|
|Mobile Roundup: iAds blast off; Meredith buys Hyperfactory|
|Twitter does deal-a-day with @Earlybird feed|
|Time.com limits magazine stories online|
|Search ads grow, tempered by economy, social nets|
|Gigya: Facebook dominates log-ins, except on news sites|