NBC Using Olympics at a billion dollar test bed

Gotta give them some credit for actually admitting they don’t have a clue.

>NBC, in a surprisingly candid statement, admits that it doesn’t know how people want to use the Internet, mobile phones, podcasting and other technologies to follow the Olympics. Instead, the company is trying to measure everything it can and try to react in real time to what it learns.

Interesting. Should be anyway.


Published by Don

Cyclist, beer drinker, podcaster, learning specialist.

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