Earlier today I attended the 13th annual New York Magazine Day. Here are my live Twitter updates—essentially a “liveblog” or running notes, in reverse chronological order—from the event.Ann Moore: “I’m absolutely sure each of the Time Inc. brands I work on will be standing long after we’re all gone.” #nymagday about 9 hours ago from mobile web Moore: “Winters, like recessions, do end.” #nymagday about 9 hours ago from mobile web Moore: Ex-TW CEO Dick Parsons is “one cool cat.” #nymagday about 9 hours ago from mobile web Moore: Time Inc. restructuring has been a “home run.” Changed a corp. culture that had been “getting in the way.” #nymagday about 9 hours ago from mobile web Moore on user-generated content: “Every opinion is not created equal.” #nymagday about 9 hours ago from mobile web And now, the headliner: Time Inc. CEO Ann Moore. #nymagday about 9 hours ago from mobile web Domeniconi: “We’ve all got a front row seat to ‘The History of Media.’” #nymagday about 9 hours ago from mobile web Ex-Time Inc. exec. Robin Domeniconi: “Going ‘online only’ has become a euphemism for ‘folding.’” #nymagday about 9 hours ago from mobile web Panelist on the new media reality: “There’s probably someone in this room Twittering what we’re saying right now.” #nymagday about 10 hours ago from mobile web Not quite noon at NY Magazine Day, yet beer and wine carts are rolling in. #nymagday about 10 hours ago from mobile web Hearst Magazines SVP: “I’m deeply concerned (ad buyers) are devaluing media at a time when innovation is actually increasing.” #nymagday about 10 hours ago from mobile web AEGIS CEO on helping develop events for SI: “They (now) have to be cash positive” out of the gate. #nymagday about 10 hours ago from mobile web NY Magazine Day 2009 theme: “INDUSTRY IN MOTION” — presented in italicized font to create, one would assume, the “motion” effect. #nymagday about 10 hours ago from mobile web Hearst Magazines SVP: “We’re spending an enormous amount of money to reduce (ad) closing times” of our magazines. #nymagday about 10 hours ago from mobile web AEGIS CEO: “We look at media as the kindling that starts the fire.” #nymagday about 11 hours ago from mobile web AEGIS CEO: Consumer has much more brand credibility than marketer. #nymagday about 11 hours ago from mobile web Million dollar question goes unanswered: “Are we measuring magazine accountability correctly?” #nymagday about 12 hours ago from mobile web Just over 300 attendees, mostly women, from ad agencies; roughly half as many attendees as last year. #nymagday about 12 hours ago from mobile web Jamison: “We’ve got to stop the print bashing”; more applause. #nymagday about 12 hours ago from mobile web Jamison: “Girls aren’t going on Myspace to talk about their weight, their acne, their period–they come to us for that.” #nymagday about 12 hours ago from mobile web Jamison, Seventeen: “Our magazine is kind of like ‘a friend with benefits’” #nymagday about 12 hours ago from mobile web Jayne Jamison, VP, Seventeen: “I love magazines”; applause. #nymagday about 12 hours ago from mobile web MSLO CEO: “Simply put, advertising cannot support all the media that is out there.” #nymagday about 12 hours ago from mobile web MSLO CEO: “’The Rise of the Bloggers’ [would’ve] sounded like a horror movie.” #nymagday about 12 hours ago from mobile web MSLO CEO: “We didn’t anticipate the consumer creating content to the degree they have.” #nymagday about 12 hours ago from mobile web MSLO CEO: 15 years ago we knew consumer was in control, “but we didn’t take it far enough.” about 12 hours ago from mobile web
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In the past day the crew prepared a 6 inch snap-tie form that is now ready to be poured.The crew mixes the concrete on site and pours it into form.Erik is showing a workshop participant, Christian, how to use the concrete vibrator. The concrete vibration is a building code requirement. The reason is that the air-bubbles normally present in the concrete when it is poured, can weaken it. The vibrations will eliminate these air bubbles.The form is filled up.They are now ready for the finishing step.They finish by screeding the concrete and edge it. July 26, 2017The construction of a new fence to upgrade the visitor parking continues. Another day of pouring for the workshop and the construction crew. It is important to start early because hot weather is not ideal for working with concrete and can contribute to weakening it, as well as difficulty with the finish work.(text and photos lvb)
Numericable’s LaBox offeringFrance’s competition authority is to set out its analysis of cable operator Numericable’s acquisition of larger rival SFR and hear the views of competitors on October 8, ahead of its deadline of ruling on the deal by the end of the month. The regulator is expected to set out remedies relating to a number of areas before giving a green light to the deal. It is expected to demand that Numericable sell off its French overseas territories operation, Outremer Telecom to prevent the pair from holding an overwhelmingly dominant position in the Mayotte and Réunion markets.A question mark hangs over whether the authority will require SFR and Numericable to open up their fixed network to competitors. The combined company will have a leading position in the ultra high-speed internet market and the regulator may rule that it should give access to competitors in certains parts of the country ahead of rivals building out their own fibre nets.The competition authority is also expected to study the role of Vivendi, which will hold a 20% stake in the combined group. The authority is likely to seek ways of limiting Vivendi’s influence given the dominance of the pair together in the pay TV market.The acquisition of SFR by Numericable’s owner Altice, the investment vehicle of Patrick Drahi, will create the number two telecom operator in France, with revenues of around €11.5 billion, 18 million mobile subscribers and 6.7 million fixed customers.
MTV mobile, the mobile offering of Swiss service provider Sunrise, has launched a YouTube channel aimed at young people in Switzerland.The Youniverse channel will report on student issues, cover festivals and events and cover topics that are “of genuine interest to young people,” according to Sunrise.MTV mobile held a casting call for new talent in the spring, and has selected a team of eight students from Switzerland to work on the channel – six video journalists and two producers.“Eight students from throughout Switzerland will now be publishing videos regularly with news, background articles and entertaining reports for their age group on the Youniverse Channel,” said Sunrise.“The editorial team is responsible for the first Swiss YouTube channel which functions under the slogan “by students for students.”