From the Editor's Desk This article doing the rounds on social media at the moment talks about how curators will play a more and more important role in media. The entire media industry is being turned upside down because content creation and distribution is so easy now (anybody can write, sing, act and create content with the potential to attract a large audience on social media). However, consumer attention is still limited, so trusted curators will play an important role in helping users discover good content. That's sort of the core principle of TradeBriefs, where human editors pick the most important stories of the day for you. With our new offering, taggit, we will soon expand this opportunity where you can pick and share what's important to you. Are you the next celebrity curator? - Comment
A year later, Airtel still does not see VoIP cannibalization Answering a query from analysts, Airtel managing director CEO for India and South Asia, Gopal Vittal said that company still does not see any evidence of VoIP eating into voice revenues. "We have not seen any evidence of that in any city as yet. There is some cannibalization, but it is n
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