The Resource Megamedia shakeout : the inside story of the leaders and the losers in the exploding communications industry, Kevin Maney

Megamedia shakeout : the inside story of the leaders and the losers in the exploding communications industry, Kevin Maney

Label
Megamedia shakeout : the inside story of the leaders and the losers in the exploding communications industry
Title
Megamedia shakeout
Title remainder
the inside story of the leaders and the losers in the exploding communications industry
Statement of responsibility
Kevin Maney
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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1960-
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Maney, Kevin
Dewey number
338.4/730223/0973
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
P96.E252
LC item number
U66 1995
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Mass media
  • Mass media
  • Corporations, American
Label
Megamedia shakeout : the inside story of the leaders and the losers in the exploding communications industry, Kevin Maney
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Instantiates
Publication
Contents
  • The TV -- The personal computer -- The telephone -- Leaders to watch: Ray Smith and Bell Atlantic -- US West: cowboy culture goes big-time -- Pacific Telesis: fortress California -- Ameritech: most likely to neither succeed nor fail -- NYNEX: a ticking time bomb -- BellSouth: a huge, rich, well-run question mark -- SBC Communications: could be great ... but running out of steam -- GTE and Rochester Telephone: two players to watch -- Leaders to watch: John Malone and Tele-Communications Inc. -- Time Warner: shooting for the moon -- Comcast: father, son, and company -- Cox: a family dynasty jumps into megamedia -- Le Groupe Vidéotron Ltée: c'est interactive -- Cablevision and Jones: two possible survivors in a consolidating industry -- Leaders to watch: Frank Biondi, Sumner Redstone, and Viacom -- Capital Cities/ABC: evolution of a dinosaur -- The Walt Disney Company: the power house -- Knight-Ridder: dark horse of the superhighway -- Rupert Murdoch's News Corp.: worshipping the sun god -- Barry Diller
  • and Ted Turner -- Leaders to watch: Robert Allen and AT&T -- MCI: a company of bungee jumpers -- Sprint: gone with the wind? -- British Telecom et al.: the global factor -- Leaders to watch: Bill Gates, Nathan Myhrvold, and Microsoft -- Silicon Graphics: you have to see it to believe it -- Oracle: smart, lucky, or both? -- General Magic: on a clear day you can see the future -- Et Cetera -- Leaders to watch: Lew Platt and Hewlett-Packard -- Intel: competitively paranoid -- Compaq: workaholic, inc. -- IBM: can Big Blue pull another IBM? -- Apple, DEC, and the Japanese: trying to survive in an insane industry -- Nextel: definitely not faint-of-heart -- Motorola: doubling revenue every five years-for eternity -- DirecTv: in a make-or-break situation -- AirTouch: strange journey -- Teledesic: where does the line form? -- America Online: "I want my AOL" -- General Instrument: survival of the fittest? -- Discovery Communications: a refuge from cacophony -- Sony: too far from its core -- Sega: this ain't no game
  • -- Mike Milken's EEN Communications: a million miles from Wall Street -- Winners -- Losers -- Five companies to work for in megamedia -- To be continued: predictions and trends to watch
Extent
1 online resource (ix, 358 pages
Form of item
online
Other physical details
illustrations)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1036697584
System details
Mode of access: Internet
Label
Megamedia shakeout : the inside story of the leaders and the losers in the exploding communications industry, Kevin Maney
Link
Publication
Contents
  • The TV -- The personal computer -- The telephone -- Leaders to watch: Ray Smith and Bell Atlantic -- US West: cowboy culture goes big-time -- Pacific Telesis: fortress California -- Ameritech: most likely to neither succeed nor fail -- NYNEX: a ticking time bomb -- BellSouth: a huge, rich, well-run question mark -- SBC Communications: could be great ... but running out of steam -- GTE and Rochester Telephone: two players to watch -- Leaders to watch: John Malone and Tele-Communications Inc. -- Time Warner: shooting for the moon -- Comcast: father, son, and company -- Cox: a family dynasty jumps into megamedia -- Le Groupe Vidéotron Ltée: c'est interactive -- Cablevision and Jones: two possible survivors in a consolidating industry -- Leaders to watch: Frank Biondi, Sumner Redstone, and Viacom -- Capital Cities/ABC: evolution of a dinosaur -- The Walt Disney Company: the power house -- Knight-Ridder: dark horse of the superhighway -- Rupert Murdoch's News Corp.: worshipping the sun god -- Barry Diller
  • and Ted Turner -- Leaders to watch: Robert Allen and AT&T -- MCI: a company of bungee jumpers -- Sprint: gone with the wind? -- British Telecom et al.: the global factor -- Leaders to watch: Bill Gates, Nathan Myhrvold, and Microsoft -- Silicon Graphics: you have to see it to believe it -- Oracle: smart, lucky, or both? -- General Magic: on a clear day you can see the future -- Et Cetera -- Leaders to watch: Lew Platt and Hewlett-Packard -- Intel: competitively paranoid -- Compaq: workaholic, inc. -- IBM: can Big Blue pull another IBM? -- Apple, DEC, and the Japanese: trying to survive in an insane industry -- Nextel: definitely not faint-of-heart -- Motorola: doubling revenue every five years-for eternity -- DirecTv: in a make-or-break situation -- AirTouch: strange journey -- Teledesic: where does the line form? -- America Online: "I want my AOL" -- General Instrument: survival of the fittest? -- Discovery Communications: a refuge from cacophony -- Sony: too far from its core -- Sega: this ain't no game
  • -- Mike Milken's EEN Communications: a million miles from Wall Street -- Winners -- Losers -- Five companies to work for in megamedia -- To be continued: predictions and trends to watch
Extent
1 online resource (ix, 358 pages
Form of item
online
Other physical details
illustrations)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1036697584
System details
Mode of access: Internet

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