Source: Gigaom Research Television ad spending crossed $75 billion in 2013. The core business model is in flux. As audience ratings shrink and viewers become fragmented across second and third screens television’s core deficiency of being inefficient is called to attention.
Financial services — from online payments to transferring money — are broken. And where a problem exists, so entrepreneurs step in to create efficiencies. Here we meet a new breed of startups taking on the incumbents by rewriting the rules of money on their own terms: http://www.wired.co.uk/magazine/archive/2013/09/features/the-new-financiers
According to Amish Patel in a Techvibes article this week, video bloggers with 60,000 subscribers pull in $40,000 per year from Google. Here’s an excerpt: [Amish] says that you can find the top 2,000 projected earning video channels on Statsheep—and Patel hopes with his Toronto-based D Films background, which has seasoned distribution executives, he can […]