Author Archives: Kevin Selle
I made this (poor) graphic last year to describe what I saw as the “next thing”. At the dawn of the public internet the broadcasting industry generally shrugged and watched from the sidelines. Slowly (first red triangle) the industry began … Continue reading
I’ve seen the future the last couple of days. On Friday I was very lucky to be invited to the Grand Opening of the Geek House. The new facility owned by the tech legends Cali Lewis and John P. at … Continue reading
Back in the day business professors would ask students, “What does Kodak sell?” “Duh, film!” would be the first answer. “Cameras!” would be the next. The actual answer was “memories”, and the concepts of “emotions” or “feelings” were implied as … Continue reading
How much content does Facebook produce? How about Twitter? The answer, of course, is none. YouTube. YouTube makes a ton of content, right? Nope, user generated. There are two guaranteed winners these days. Platforms and aggregators. Platforms enable, aggregators filter. … Continue reading
I just finished a really interesting book called The Power of Habit. It doesn’t mention broadcasting or weather anywhere but, as we’ve discussed before, if you insert the word weather here and there, some powerful ideas jump out. You might … Continue reading
Sitting down? Long time sufferers of this blog will likely be surprised to hear me come out in defense of Facebook. There has been a fair amount of shock and complaining lately about declining Facebook reach, and outrage that the … Continue reading
To all my winter weary weather brothers and sisters. I’m reminded of the words of the legendary Dan Satterfield who years and years and years ago taught me how to answer unhappy viewers. Hang in there!