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What is Xfinity and Why Should I Care?

Comcast

Cable giant Comcast rebranded their TV, internet, phone and home control services two years ago under the name Xfinity to coincide with the digitisation and widespread improvement of their services, including improved internet speeds, HD services and diversified content viewing options. Comcast are the biggest home internet provider and cable operator in the United States, with stakes in many cable networks including NBCUniversal and an operating revenue of over 55 billion as of last year. They are extremely well established and have the biggest share of the media operator market, with over 18 million customers to date. Comcast’s Xfinity covers many services that the company are already well known for providing, which begs the question “why Xfinity?”.  While they have stated that the changes in their services are big enough to justify their re-branding, should we really care? Comcast Confusion A major re-branding effort by any company usually happens when big changes are made to the products and services offered, but in the case of Comcast there has evidently been some confusion. The Xfinity brand was established in 2010 – two years after the project was first introduced under the name “Project Infinity”- and despite roughly $640 million in advertising…

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Ann Carlsen – Carlsen Resources

Ann Carlsen is founder & CEO of Carlsen Resources Inc. (CRI), an executive search and workforce planning firm which operates within the global media telecommunications industries. CRI is a leading executive search firm which uses strategic thinking and innovation to attract the best executives and high level management for some of the most well-known media and telecommunications companies, including Rainbow Media, NBC, Discovery Networks, ABC, Time Warner and Google. After getting a degree in journalism and business from the University of Colorado, Carlsen’s professional career began as a door to door sales person with the communications consulting services firm United Cable Company. Using her experience with that company she got a sales and marketing job with Cardiff Publishing’s Cable Television Business magazine. In 1984 Ann was employed with the venture capital firm Business Venture Investments, and it was while she was employed at this company that she developed her business and entrepreneurial skills. Her subsequent role as Vice President at Winston Management Group made her realise how much she loved executive search, and she used this passion to establish her own executive search company Future Sense, Inc., which changed to Carlsen Resources Inc. Carlsen is a very highly regarded leader…

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News International to Launch Online Classified Site for Luxury Cars

News International

News International is seeking to bolster its profits with falling print sales by entering the lucrative online classified car ads sector, as was revealed earlier this year. The publisher of The Sun, The Times and The Sunday Times aims to create a car classified website (currently unnamed) that focusses on the high end of the automotive spectrum, mixing together motoring content and editorial with classified car advertising to generate revenue. We all know of AutoTrader, a long-running print and digital motor classified company who have enjoyed market dominance and heady profits, advertising hundreds of thousands of cars and earning profits of over £100m in 2010. This move will be a direct challenge on a market currently dominated by AutoTrader, and is no doubt a signifier of increasing competition within the used motor market. The Rise of Online Classifieds The competition is certainly heating up for the online classifieds market, and this is mainly due to the fall of local newspapers and other print that franchised and independent car dealership groups formerly used to advertise their used cars. With this traditional way of getting used motors across to the public disappearing, the internet has been the clear place to turn, and…

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Tony Filson – Filcro Media Staffing

Tony Filson is President & CEO at Filcro Media Staffing, a recruitment company established in 1985 which deals with the highly specialized staffing concerns of companies within the public and private media broadcasting industries. Recruiting from manager to C level positions, the company has worked with a long list of clients, including FedEx, Innovative Communications Corporation, Discovery Communications, Studio 360, The Walt Disney Company, Sony Music, Univision, HBO, Viacom, ABC, Comcast, ChaCha, Bet Networks, The Home Shopping Network, WNYC, AT&T, Prudential, MetLife, Comedy Central and Time Warner. Long term alliances with Filcro Media Staffing include the employment liability company Mercer Consulting, the classified, display and digital advertising company P&H advertising and the government systems and information resources firm White Knight Inc. Filcro Media Staffing helps to identify and recruit media executives within a diverse range of national and international markets in the technical, business and creative sectors, with the firm functioning across the US, Europe, South America, The Middle East, Africa and Asia. The firm’s recruitment operations span TV, cable and satellite networks, advertising agencies, broadband providers, OEM’s, government bodies, public broadcasters, digital content providers, telecommunications companies, publishers and film studios. When positions arise in companies within these markets, Tony…

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