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Financial Round-up: Burton Cutbacks; Volcom Results; Nike Down but”Others” Up; Zumiez Plans; H&M Launch in Moscow
It’s a roller coaster our there with diverse global youth culture company reports and strategies indicating a wild ride for 2009.
The Microblogging Wars: Facebook Adds Twitter-Like Feature; Google CEO Gives a Negative Shout-out; Twitter Correspondents on the Rise
MTV Takes a Hit with Massive Lay-offs; Rhapsody Closes NY Office in Viacom Job Slash Strategy; Tribune Declares Bankruptcy
Media company re-orgs take it’s toll with hundreds laid off in a week. What this means for the entertainment industry.
DNR Fold-Men’s Fashion Trade Magazine Calls It Quits
Yet another print publication bites the dust, and this one doesn’t even try to attempt “moving online” as an excuse.
%u201CWhich of the following affects you most in your daily life?” -Label Networks’ Humanitarian Youth Culture Profile Report Reveals Top Concerns Including Gas, Education, Domestic Violence, Economy, More
Label Networks has asked a very important question to North American youth culture markets: “Which of the following affects you most in your daily life?” Results are part of our new Humanitarian Youth Culture Profile Report (also known as the Green Marketing Report by subscribers) that looks at humanitarian, environmental, and lifestyle issues effecting young people mostly.
China’s Blogging Culture: Label Networks’ New Data Reveals Significance of Blogs among 15-25-year-olds in Shanghai, Beijing, and Guangzhou
Blogging has impacted North American and European youth culture tremendously in the past 5 years, but where it’s really making a new impact is among the millions of young people in Asia -especially in Tokyo, Seoul, Singapore, and China’s most vibrant cities of Shanghai, Beijing, and Guangzhou. In this story, Part 2 of online patterns across China