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Entries from Digital Intelligence tagged with "thought leader"

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Christopher Wagner

CEO 24/7 RealMedia

March 2006

Christopher Wagner, CEO of 24/7 Real Media Europe, talks about the keys
industry needs to use to unlock the next wave of client investment. Since
taking the helm of their European operations in 2001, he has been pushing
hard to help clients discover what these new technologies can deliver for
their business, and also to ensure industry can deliver on its promise of
targeting.

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20/03/2006

Dominic Lyle

Director General of the European Association of Communications Agencies (EACA)

January 2006

Dominic Lyle has a unique view of the European landscape. The European Association of Communications Agencies represents agency associations across the continent, and in every market the role of the web is rising dramatically. In a time of such rapid change, Lyle argues that the industry needs to look to the long term to maintain the right framework for growth.

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20/01/2006

Craig Newmark

Founder CraigsList.org

December 2005


Craig Newmark set up his list of local web listings in San Francisco in 1995. Run from the his garage on shoestring budgets, CraigsList is the story of a dotcom success that has spawned offshoots in 175 cities across 35 countries, and audience traffic that matches Amazon. It's left regional newspaper executives reeling, and forced many analysts to question the future of local press.

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20/12/2005

Jerry Yang

CEO and Chief Yahoo!

March 2001

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Founder of Yahoo! Jerry Yang is explosively upbeat from the moment you meet him. The enthusiasm that started on a tiny scale at Stamford still shines through, and though Yahoo! is morphing into a new animal, broader than search and mail, it’s transition to a media brand is one that he has been a champion of. “We’re approaching 500m people on the internet now and the future that we use to talk about is here. What’s strange is that its happened so quietly,” he muses, no doubt nursing the wounds of investor confidence collapse in the previous few years.

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