Author Archives: Teddy Mitrosilis

The New York Times innovation report in three takeaways

The New York Times innovation report has been described as one of the most important documents ever for the digital media business. Given where we are in digital media – a place that has seen media transform greatly in the … Continue reading

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John Oliver crushes net neutrality on HBO

Net neutrality is an admittedly chewy topic. In the simplest of definitions, it’s the belief that the flow of Internet traffic from content creators to Internet Service Providers (ISPs) should be equal. Huge broadband or wireless companies (Time Warner, Comcast, … Continue reading

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Now Reading: Mad Men, college grads, Silicon Valley, GoPro, cancer doc

Quickly cleaning out some open tabs on the MacBook Pro … Matthew Weiner talks about writing and Mad Men If you like screenwriting, writing of any kind, storytelling, Mad Men, television in general or really anything else in the creative … Continue reading

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Now Reading: El Chapo, TV writing, Mad Men’s Pete Campbell, pageviews, David Cohen, whiskey tip

Clearing out some open tabs on my MacBook Pro … The hunt for the world’s most notorious drug lord This piece from Patrick Radden Keefe in The New Yorker is incredible. “The hunt for El Chapo” is the story of … Continue reading

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Here’s a great lesson on reporting from The New Yorker’s Jeffrey Toobin

Recently, Jeffrey Toobin wrote a compelling piece in The New Yorker about the Baltimore City Detention Center, and today he had a post on the Internet about how he found some of his sources for the piece. Toobin’s editor wanted … Continue reading

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NFL Media and a future of bottomless content

For the purposes of this blog, I rarely ever post mainstream sports media content (which I deal with daily in a professional capacity), but there was a great Q&A today that I thought crossed over into our world here and … Continue reading

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Nick Bilton’s ‘Hatching Twitter,’ part I

We’ve got two new books in the mix currently, and let’s start with the one I’m most excited about (and thoroughly enjoying): Nick Bilton’s ‘Hatching Twitter: A true story of money, power, friendship and betrayal.’ Bilton, a tech reporter and … Continue reading

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