Tag Archives: regulation

Looking back reaching the destination. Connecting the dots.

I am currently wrapping up this DICoDE project that kept me active for a while now. You can say I’ve been working on it for 18 months, with the focus on writing a book… Or for 2 to 3 years … Continue reading

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Media & Fruits Part I: Orange in Daily Motion

Orange bought 49% of Dailymotion. This information is creating some buzz lately, especially related to the backstage discussions: VC’s, french government, Viacom… There are a few interesting strategic implications in this deal: Dailymotion was already profitable, which means they succeeded … Continue reading

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Don’t say DiCoDE anymore, say DICoDE

I know, it is subtle… but important! Working through the methodology I am putting in place using both DiCoDE (strategies) and DIRT (business models) and testing it on the Digital Music ecosystems, I realized my model is not just about … Continue reading

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What Alcohol’s Socialization History teaches me…

Just saw a very interesting documentary (with great intro and outro music by Fluke and Moby;o) on TV5Monde. The intro is about alcohol socialization process. During industrialization period, triggered by industrial production of alcohol, upper class had to establish rules towards … Continue reading

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Business Models in TIME: How to make the jump to 2020

I’ve seen this very interesting White Paper twitted by my ex-manager at Sanoma (@caroberry) issued together by Atos Consulting and Ericsson. They treat TIME (Telecom, IT, Media & Entertainment) industry and picture 4 scenarios (with associated Business Models, based on Alexander Osterwalder … Continue reading

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Thoughts about user currencies

Considering DiCoDE as a Value Chain, we need to see, in the end, which currencies user uses to pay for the digital content he receives. I plan to tackle this topic in the book and am even considering inviting a … Continue reading

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Regulation: The Empire Strikes Back

Recent announcement from European Competition Commissioner Joaquín Almunia about Antitrust preliminary investigation towards Apple is quite interesting. It shows reinforcement of regulation in New Media. This is a trend I highlight in UnCoDE (DiCoDE present): after having allowed New Media innovators … Continue reading

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