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Is Bittorrent Going to be Your New Cable Company?

Is Bittorrent Going to be Your New Cable Company?

When you’re considering companies to apply with for jobs in media, specifically jobs in online video or streaming music, you might have companies like Spotify, Netflix, or even YoutTube on that list. Most of you, we’re going to bet, don’t have Jobs at Bittorrent on the list, even towards the bottom. Maybe you should reconsider that. You don’t want to work for a pirating company, you say. That makes sense, considering your employment there could be in much more tenuous than at other, more legitimate companies. But what if Bittorrent was completely on the up and up? What if there was no pirated content at all? What if – although it sounds more than strange – there weren’t even any torrents involved? How over the top would that be? Bittorrent is making a bid to move into the streaming video and streaming music space and compete with the best of them. Well, sort of. The catalog available through the company’s newest venture, known as Bittorrent Now, will be mostly artists you’ve never heard of. However, they will all be legit and the content will be what’s been uploaded by the artists themselves. What a strange twist. To untwist it slightly, the old familiar…

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Techcrunch Interviews: Laugh.ly The Digital Comedy Play

Media Jobs Laugh.ly The Digital Comedy Play

Dave Scott got the idea for Laugh.ly after spending a year doing stand up comedy.  He realized how much everyone loves a good laugh and he thought he could be the first one to laugh all the way to the bank for the right reasons.  Scott says that 50 million tickets were sold to comedy clubs in 2015 and believes that is an indicator of the potential for his business. With a similar business model to Spotify, a freemium option with commercials and a $7.99 per month option sans commercials, Laugh.ly will be both an app and a website. But comedy is all about context and Dave explains how he will catalog, archive and present his humor in a way that will keep you laughing.  Listen in as Roy Weissman of Media Jobs interviews Dave.     Roy: This is Roy Weissman from Mediajobs.com. We’re talking with Dave Scott, the CEO of Laugh.ly. Dave: The reason I started Laugh.ly was because I actually did stand-up comedy for a year. After I sold my last company, I did open mics and then worked my way up to big headliners and I realized how much people love comedy. In fact, of the 160…

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2016 Media Jobs in Fintech – Companies to Watch

2016 Media Jobs in Fintech - Companies to Watch

Once upon a time there were banks, and there were only banks. This was the extent of the financial industry for the most part, and then came fund management and other extensions of the banking and finance industry. But they were, for the most part, just that – extensions of the existing structure. Then the Internet became ubiquitous, and out of the primordial online ooze crawled PayPal. Suddenly things were different. Since then we’ve been introduced to a new version of the financial industry, known as fintech. A merging of the financial industry and the digital revolution, fintech crawled slowly after PayPal become the major player, and to some the only player, in the emerging fintech world. But as all disruptive industries do, fintech progressed from crawling to walking, and today it is running in full stride and gaining speed. Now we have mobile payments everywhere, online banking, and even cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin that threaten to crush the old banking system and pave the way for a new financial world altogether. It’s no wonder that VCs are carefully considering new fintech startups and throwing significant investments at some. If you’re considering jobs in fintech, it would be great to know…

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Techcrunch Interviews: Piqed – Optimizing Beauty Products for Consumers

Techcrunch Interviews: Piqed - Optimizing Beauty Products for Consumers

Can data lead to a more beautiful you?  Helen and Annie from Piqued (pronounced like picked) think so.  They have created a product designed to help you find the best beauty products for your skin and look.  Using a data driven model and information from your past experiences Piqed will help you choose the beauty products that will work best for you. The global cosmetics market was $460 billion in 2014 and, according to Hahn, their focus is on the premium segment of the business which she estimates at $50 billion. Available now as an IOS app the service is expected to have a more formal launch in the fall. I spoke with Helen Hahn and Annie Peng from Piqed and learned why they started this business,  the problems they are solving and about the business opportunity. Roy: This is Roy Weissman from MediaJobs.com. Today we’re talking with Helen Hahn and Annie Peng from Piqed.   Helen: We tried to solve a problem that a lot of women face when choosing skincare products. You walk into a store and maybe from hearsay or a friend’s recommendation, you pick up a product. You try it and then you realize that it doesn’t…

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Techcrunch Interviews: Timelooper takes You Back in Time

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If you’re looking for a virtual reality media job and you are a history buff then Timelooper could be the place for you. Travel back 750 years of more using this new mobile app from Timelooper.  Timelooper is a location based virtual reality mobile application created to provide more dimensions to your travel.  In the UK experience the German bombers from World War 2 or witness the great fire of London. Virtual Reality technology seems to be developing faster than the programming for it.  Timelooper makes deals with locations and venues to bring their stories to life.    The monetization is obvious.  You’ve got to pay to play but the possibilities are endless. While the Timelooper folks are looking forward to putting together partnerships with the great historic landmarks from around the world, I see the opportunity to be much larger.  Imaging going to a location in New York, Los Angeles or anywhere and being able to experience the the great fire of London or the colonists landing at Battery Park in New York. Currently available at some locations in London, Timelooper is expected to open in New York in 2016. I was able to talk with Alper Ozyurtlu, the Chief…

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