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Re: Barry Diller Jumps on the Bandwagon

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  • Gena
    Ah, let s stroll down memory lane, shall we... Barry Diller October 2005 http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/videoblogging/message/23746 People with talent and
    Message 1 of 2 , Oct 31, 2006
      Ah, let's stroll down memory lane, shall we...

      Barry Diller October 2005

      "People with talent and expertise at making entertainment products
      are not going to be displaced by 1,800 people coming up with their
      videos that they think are going to have an appeal."

      here the links to the quotes:

      It is not so much of a jump as a lunge for the turning wheels that
      almost got away from him. I don't expect much from his projects. I
      could be wrong. I often am. I'm not in the target demographic groups
      they plan to market to. I never am.

      Hey Barry, if you and your people are still cruising the forum we
      encourage to spend that money right here at home base. There are folks
      producing videos who are talented enough get you started on the right

      Not me. I think I just shot myself in mine. But that little voice
      inside of me that is laughing. It is that female memory thing. On the
      cellular level, we just don't forget.

      Thanks. It is good to be reminded that this is one of many future
      paths. A small group of people can change the world. May it always be so.

      It is a beautiful day in the neighborhood.



      --- In videoblogging@yahoogroups.com, "Jan / The Faux Press"
      <jannie.jan@...> wrote:
      > *http://tinyurl.com/y99x3q
      > Humor is the thing, they say, for Internet success in entertainment.
      > Diller jumps on the bandwagon.
      > *
      > >
      > > "Instead, a glimpse at Mr. Jackson's early efforts in online
      > > are now coming into view: he is thinking big by going small,
      investing in
      > > and starting targeted content sites built around humor, news and
      > > culture that remind him of the early efforts in cable television
      > > programming.
      > >
      > > "In an interview, Mr. Diller said he expected Mr. Jackson to carry out
      > > perhaps dozens of such ventures during the next few years. "The
      amount of
      > > capital we'll put in this over time will be hundreds of millions of
      > > dollars," he said. "This is a wonderful area right now to invest in.""
      > >
      > *
      > XO,
      > Jan
      > *
      > --
      > The Faux Press - better than real
      > http://fauxpress.blogspot.com
      > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
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