Category Archives: internet

Radio Again Marginalized By New Technology

Two things happened last week that made me realize again that the advantages local radio stations traditionally had in serving their communities are being marginalized by technology. Listeners can get the critical news and information they once could only get from their hometown radio station in a multitude of places and platforms and they’re using… Read More »

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The 2015 Internet Trends Report Is Out! The 2015 Internet Trends Report Is Out!

For someone who studies the Internet, today is the day we borrow the infamous line from Steve Martin in “The Jerk“. It excites me every year with Mary Meeker from Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers releases her yearly Internet Trends Report. It may be the very best look at the state of the Internet, and how it… Read More »

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A New Adventure Begins With CÜR Music

Yes, I’m guilty. Guilty as charged for not updating this blog for over a year. I could give you a million excuses from “I had a nasty paper cut on my pinky and couldn’t type” to “The dog ate it”, but I won’t. I’ve been working hard and trying to spend time with the family,… Read More »

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Radio Continues To Have A “Missing Link” To Listeners

I spend a lot of time listening to the radio. All kinds of radio, from AM and FM stations to Pandora, Stitcher, Beats Audio, and a plethora of other streaming services.  And to be clear, if it’s sound coming our of a speaker, it’s radio.  Period. After having spent more than three decades programming radio stations,… Read More »

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The New Website Is Here! The New Website Is Here!

With all due respect, copyright acknowledgement, and thanks to Steve Martin from “The Jerk“, this is kind of how I feel today.  The All New Mark Edwards Worldwide Website is here!  Not right HERE, but HERE at http://markedwardsworldwide.com. After helping get clients’ websites and online presence all set up, I decided to design a new website from the ground up.  You’ll find… Read More »

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The Internet Never Closes, Why Does Your "Customer Service"?

I had another one of those “slap myself in the forehead” moments this morning, and it reminded me how important customer service is in the age of the always running, worldwide, time zone agnostic Internet. All weekend long, I tried to upload songs to my (now I guess I call it) Google play music library… Read More »

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