Tag Archives: YouTube
Posted on27. Aug, 2012 by Richard Spencer.
Social Media has fundamentally changed the manner in which we consume and share media and one of the biggest shifts is towards the consumption of video online. Internet video now accounts for 40% of consumer internet traffic and is predicted to rise to 62% by 2015 (Source; Reproductions). YouTube now serves 4 billion global online [...]
Posted on26. Jun, 2012 by Shane Brien.
Despite social media existing before the 2008 Beijing Games, it was not as well established and the impacts of the growth across social networks has seen the 2012 London Games being slated as “the first social media Olympics” Not forgetting the millions around the globe, London is expecting close to 11 million visitors between July [...]
Posted on30. Mar, 2012 by Stuart Hipwell.
Everyone loves a good cartoon. They pop up everywhere from magazines to ad campaigns, even tweeted around the world. But have you ever considered the work that goes into creating one? Check out this video of Anton Emdin (2011 Australian Cartoonist of the Year) scribbling at the Stanley Awards and you’ll see the talent and [...]
Posted on01. Nov, 2010 by Lachlan Hibbert-Wells.
Social media and the creativity of user generated content has forever changed the way we watch movies – take Inception, for example. Christopher Nolan’s latest is a hit with the internet, which has latched on to stills, quotes and even the theme music to make some truly hilarious content. You had better stop reading if [...]
Posted on02. Jun, 2010 by Lachlan Hibbert-Wells.
Not a football fan? The creative ideas coming out of the huuuuge sponsorship dollars behind the FIFA World Cup should grab your interest, even if only for 30 seconds (despite the fact that none of the ads seem to be the standard 30 seconds!). I’ve got my eye on two at the moment – the [...]