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To the stratosphere and back in 3D: Q&A with Josh Kline

Digital media veteran Josh Kline launched a weather balloon and rig equipped with 3D cameras, resulting in what's quite possibly the first-ever 3D video shot in the stratosphere this way. Here he relates the adventure.

Bricault: "passionate about trying to shine a spotlight on L.A."

Paul Bricault, who among many other things is managing director of accelerator Amplify.la, gives his perspective a member of the Los Angeles Mayor’s Council on Innovation and Industry.

Marvel's Phillips: the goal of digital is maximum audience choice

Peter Phillips, senior vice president and general manager of Marvel Entertainment’s Digital Media Group, explains his strategy for connecting audiences with Marvel's characters on every platform.

Mobovivo's Doerksen: iPad Mini announcement will be much bigger

Trevor Doerksen, founder & CEO of Mobovivo, contributed a guest post about his belief that Apple's October 12 announcement will be much bigger than an iPad Mini.

Guest post: Changes in Facebook's news feed mean changes for reach...

Guest post: Facebook’s news feeds now favor posts that get the most engagement. Metia’s Corey Christiansen analyzed the effect this change has on messaging reach, and suggests what marketers can do about it.

'Netflixed': Competing with Blockbuster was one thing, but then the Amazon...

In this exclusive excerpt from 'Netflixed,' author Gina Keating details the immediate response from Netflix – and its investors – when the rumors of Amazon entering the movie rental business came true.

Guest post: Can we trust social media publishers to protect our...

Can we trust social media publishers to protect our privacy? Barry Murphy, co-founder and principal analyst of EDJ Group, cautions that this question has legal ramifications every business needs to understand.

Bhargava: digital cameras rise to the social media challenge

Influential Marketing Group founder Rohit Bhargava was inspired by the Instagram controversy and the use of mobile handsets for capturing life's images to look at the current landscape of social photos.

Bhargava: NBC's 'Revolution' plugs into a very human fear

Influential Marketing Group founder Rohit Bhargava is convinced that 'Revolution,' NBC's post-catastrophe drama from J.J. Abrams and Eric Kripke, is set for a successful run because of the usually unspoken fear it plugs into.

Bhargava: Launch lessons from Amazon's Kindle Fire HD

Influential Marketing Group founder Rohit Bhargava identified five lessons the launch of Amazon's Kindle Fire HD demonstrated for anyone seeking a successful entry into the marketplace.