Recent IOM Posts

The Opaqueness of Transparency

It isn’t just perception.  Partisan politics in the U.S. really is worse than ever, if we’re to take the word of those who’ve been on […]

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Interview with Filmmaker Amy French on Branded Entertainment (Podcast)

There are a lot theories and a lot of experimentation with regard to independent filmmaking, the digital age, and the prospects for redefining the ways […]

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Pandora Isn’t Exactly Struggling

Yesterday, on Capitol Hill, the House Judiciary Committee held a hearing to discuss the Internet Radio Fairness Act, a bill largely backed by Pandora Media, […]

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Are digital-age tools creating more advertising-immune consumers?

I heard this statement on NPR last night about millenials and brands in context to food products, but it seems to be the prevailing wisdom […]

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Uncrumpling Policy Papers – The Khanna Memo

Are conservatives fixing to adopt a position that copyright is a “government handout?”   Maybe.  Here’s what happened over the weekend: The Republican Study Committee, which for […]

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