Che fine ha fatto la Tv italiana? Pratica lo sport nazionale di non mettere il sedere davanti ai calciPubblicato: 26 gennaio 2016 in La materia dei segni
Che fine ha fatto la Tv italiana? L’industria televisiva innova ben poco.
Nelle analisi internazionali su tendenze e innovazione, l’Italia è assente. Secondo un recente report di “Nota – New ON The Air”, il servizio di monitoraggio del sistema televisivo di “Eurodata Tv Worldwide”, nel 2015 sono stati inventati più 8500 programmi nuovi. Nei 44 Paesi monitorati da “Nota”, più della metà dei nuovi programmi sono creazioni originali locali. Le serie tv rappresentano il 40%, i factual e documentari il 37% e i programmi di intrattenimento il 23%. Il confronto con le produzioni del 2015 nel nostro Paese è imbarazzante. Si pensa alle nomine. Si discute del canone. Sono temi che appartengono alla preistoria della tv. La sfida delle Telco. Leggi il seguito di questo post »
It’s never been easier to ignore advertising.
Between the growing number of television cord-cutters, the rise of ad blockers and the ongoing struggle to effectively connect with people on their mobile devices, there’s no longer a guarantee that anyone will look at the things advertisers make. Leggi il seguito di questo post »
Tim Berners-Lee’s first World Wide Web page flickered to life at CERN on December 20th, 1990.
If the web were a person, it wouldn’t have trouble renting a car from now on: the world’s first website, Tim Berners-Lee’s World Wide Web, went online 25 years ago today. The inaugural page wasn’t truly public when it went live at CERN on December 20th, 1990 (that wouldn’t happen until August 1991), and it wasn’t much more than an explanation of how thehypertext-based project worked. However, it’s safe to say that this plain page laid the groundwork for much of the internet as you know it — even now, you probably know one or two people who still think the web is the internet.
People outside of Disney have finally seen Star Wars: The Force Awakens; if you’re not holed up in a bunker keeping out all news and plot details until Friday, you can check out our compilation of initial reviews here. At a time like this, it’s also fascinating to go back and see what critics said about the original Star Wars when it was released in 1977. Leggi il seguito di questo post »
Reviews agree: ‘Force’ is a return to form.
Star Wars fans everywhere breathed a sigh of relief Wednesday morning when the first reviews of The Force Awakens were revealed.
Spoiler alert: it’s good. Leggi il seguito di questo post »
A cohort of Hollywood heavyweights including DreamWorks Studios, Participant Media, Reliance Entertainment and Entertainment One have formed a next-gen media company, Amblin Partners
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Star Wars may have started as a crazy idea from George Lucas, but it quickly became a pop culture juggernaut, on a level that might be hard to understand for anyone who didn’t watch it happen.
Take that, dinosaurs.
That’s no moon . . . that’s the biggest opening weekend box office in history, staring right at us. Leggi il seguito di questo post »
Wander around WIRED’s San Francisco headquarters on any given day and you’re likely to encounter quite a zoo: hoverboard-riding video shooters dodging begoggled editors who are testing beta VR hardware; one of our favorite TV makers coming in for a meeting; security writers debating the latest cyberwar skirmish around the corner from a conference call with the founder of the Valley’s latest unicorn company; and dogs (10 of them, by my count).
But this time of year, the always lively view from my desk takes on an especially electric feel as we train our focus on a new horizon. So to give you a sense of what we’re gearing up to cover in 2016, I tapped the hive mind of writers and editors and pulled together a list of the big developments we expect to be following as the year unfolds. There’s a lot to look forward to. Leggi il seguito di questo post »