This blog is about the intersection of tech-enabled emerging media audiences

    Technology is pulling together personal networks of people for more persistent connectedness and giving them tools for creating and sharing content.
    Meanwhile, most media companies are grappling with how to capture and keep enough mind- and time-share to make a profit from target audiences.
    What is the connection between these trends?
    Journalism schools are teaching the convergence of media, but what will their audiences look like in five years, or 10?
    If you take the simple view that an individual has only so much time in a day to read and listen to other "voices", from a social network, media companies, marketers and others, how will that time be allocated?