Charlotte Henry joins host Kelly Guimont to discuss her interview with the CTO of Jamf, and the latest media moves by the New York Times.
Charlotte Henry and John Martellaro join host Kelly Guimont to discuss the fate of Apple TV+ trials, and Taika Waititi’s keyboard review.
A new report on Apple News+ shows that while some publishers don’t make a lot of money from Apple’s service, they plan to stick around.
Apple News is the poster child of the Pareto principle, which states that roughly 80% of effects come from 20% of the causes.
Joe Pompeo provides some insider info about Apple’s private cocktail party for the media. Eddy Cue and other Apple execs schmoozed their way around the room.
Eddy Cue and other Apple executives worked the room, among editors and business-side people from participating publications like New York, GQ, Time, Esquire, The Atlantic, and others—a casual cocktail reception to welcome Apple’s new publishing partners. But as the guests munched on mini empanadas and potato bites, some of them couldn’t help but wonder if there was a Trojan horse in their midst. As one attendee later joked, “Are we at a party, or a wake?”
Tech giants should have a “news quality obligation” on content they host which is enforced by a regulator, according to a new UK report.
If Apple execs really want to alleviate their firm’s dependence on iPhone sales, they should grow their media offering.
Media centre app Plex has partnered with music streaming service TIDAL as part of its aim to become an all-in-one solution for users.
Bryan Chaffin and John Martellaro join Jeff Gamet to look at why Apple bought Texture, plus they discuss Google’s rise in education at Apple’s expense.