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Category Archives: TV

KPCB Internet Trends: Ad Dollars Shifting from Print to Online

Tl;dr Ad dollars aren’t evaporating, they are just following eyeballs from off-line to on-line. Mary Meeker’s 2012 “Internet Trends” presentation also serves as the basis for this post — there may be a few more to come. It really is a great presentation, and worth going through. Anyhoo… I’ve talked in some recent posts comparing […]

Better Math on Online v. TV / Forgive Me, for I am Mortal

In an earlier post, I did a very rough comparison of the economics of television v. online users. I committed a pretty big mathematical blunder, and, also, found some better data. So let me correct myself. Apparently, Pinterest users spend about 15 hours a year using the service, which would give a per-hour valuation of […]

Value: Television Ratings v. Online Users

I’m a huge fan of the Nerdist Podcast. I only found it a couple months ago, but I’ve listened to multiple dozens since then. Great interviews, great banter, great stuff. However, a warning: it often runs very, very blue, so, if you go and listen and are offended, don’t say I didn’t tell you. Anyways. […]