Posts Tagged ‘Tomi T. Ahonen’

I’ve written a lot about my views on mobile opportunities for news organizations. Today I want to share some other people’s thoughts on the topic.

Google CEO Eric Schmidt declared in February that “mobile first” would be the new mantra of his company (I wrote in November that news organizations should pursue a mobile-first strategy). Schmidt repeated that point in April as the keynote speaker at the American Society of News Editors convention:


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I haven’t had time to read this full piece myself yet (it’s long; I hope to finish it tonight), and I certainly won’t have time for a few days for a thorough blog post. But I want to call your attention to the most detailed, thoughtful piece I have read on the global mobile communication revolution (and the resulting opportunities for communication companies).

A tweet by Neil Perkin this morning brought my attention to Everything you wanted to know about mobile but were afraid to ask by Tomi T. Ahonen (whom I had not heard of before, but will be following and learning more about).

If you’ve read my posts on mobile-first strategy, I highly encourage reading this. Ahonen’s view is more global than mine and not focused on the news business. His broad view provides excellent context for my narrower view and his understanding is significantly deeper. (more…)

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