AList is an award-winning media platform providing over 1.3 million members of the media and marketing community with insights, trends, data and analysis via our site, events and newsletter, facilitating an active community for our readership across platforms to connect and share insights. We are proud to count the world’s leading marketers and media executives in our core readership.
America Digital News reaches 80,000 subscribers, the profile of its audience are C-Level (CEOs, CTOs, CIOs, CMOs, CDOs, CISOs) and leaders of the digital transformation from Telcos, Banks, Retail, Industries, Companies and Governments around the Americas that access through our TV Channel and online media to news, trends, articles, events, whitepapers and interviews with experts talking about Digital Transformation, Telecom, ICT, Big Data, Cloud, Fintech, Digital Banking, Venture Capital, IOT, e-Governments, Smart Cities, Cybersecurity, e-Commerce, Digital Marketing applied to their organizations to improve productivity, management processes, marketing, sales and how to provide innovative solutions to the major problems that our society face; Health, Government, Transportation, Housing, Productivity, Services, Energy, Sustainability and Education.
Diversity In STEAM Magazine (DISM) is the premier resource magazine dedicated to the advancement of all minorities, women & K-12 students within STEM. DISM provides and informs cutting edge concepts and is the link between the qualified students, career & business candidates, educational institutions, corporate America, and the federal government.
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iHeartMedia reaches 276M broadcast listeners across 850+ live broadcast stations in over 160 markets nationwide,160M registered users, 431M podcast downloads, 273M social media fans, and across more than 250 platforms and thousands of connected devices each month. iHeartMedia has the audiences and targeting capability to reach business decision-makers at scale.
The Era of Uncertainty
In our report, “The Era of Uncertainty,” Insider Intelligence analysts address the questions both clients and the media are asking about the rapidly changing landscape for digital advertising, retail and ecommerce, and financial services due to mounting inflation, the threat of a recession, and continued supply chain challenges.
Inside Towers is a leading media outlet for the wireless infrastructure industry. Our veteran editorial staff delivers breaking, relevant and actionable news and content via multiple channels, including a daily e-blast, quarterly market report, and podcast. Thousands of professionals rely on Inside Towers to stay ahead of the curve in our fast-paced industry. From drones to 5G, we cover and provide insights around today’s most prominent topics.
IoT Now Magazine Q3 2022: Why cellular IoT is entering a new era of sustainability, security and mass scale
IoT Now (https://www.iot-now.com/) was launched in 2010 and today is read by more than 190,000 Internet of Things (IoT) professionals in over 100 countries worldwide. It has become the leading global publication explaining, developing and refining IoT-enabled business. Global news, interviews, videos and feature articles are published online every day. IoT Now also produces a quarterly digital magazine, and a monthly email newsletter -- both available free of charge. Our editors regularly post on social media, we host Live webinars with our industry partners. Expert Panellists from IoT Now contribute to the monthly Trending Tech Podcast, analysing business opportunities and overcoming technical challenges in a uniquely entertaining, provocative and amusing format.
At its simplest, the Internet of Things (IoT) involves devices sharing data in a wired or wireless network. Yet, the IoT has also become the largest and most complex information network that humans have ever created. The IoT was once made up of one-to-one connections, recording simple remote events such as temperature changes or stock levels. Today, however, enterprises are using artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning to cut operating costs, roll out innovative customer services and generate new revenues in all industrial and social sectors; from monitoring vehicle, driver and load conditions to controlling smart cities, utilities and waste management, from remote healthcare and smart homes, to connected agriculture and manufacturing.
New services need flexible business models, and partner ecosystems are evolving. Today there is strong competition for fixed line and licensed cellular networks from low cost, low power-consumption, long range, proprietary networks. They can all deliver long-term services, and a rapid Return on Investment in sectors as diverse as domestic energy metering and remote monitoring of industrial machines. And as satellite connection costs fall and capabilities grow, next gen IoT services are now in reach.
Microwave Journal® is the only peer reviewed, scientific indexed trade journal within the RF/microwave industry. For more than 60 years, Microwave Journal has been THE resource for the engineers who are developing the latest technologies for the high frequency electronics sector. Microwave Journal® provides leading-edge technical content for RF, microwave and wireless engineers worldwide. Content includes practical design application articles for working engineers, the latest product features, news and analysis. www.microwavejournal.com
Simplifying the IoT Edge: Smart Spaces Best Practices
This whitepaper by Parks Associates addresses the demand and growth of IoT edge solutions in smart buildings and smart spaces. It investigates top verticals and use cases such as smart apartments and MDUs, retail and warehousing, and hospitality and building management. It looks at common challenges and best practices in deploying solutions into these environments, examining new open solutions compatible with many different networking technologies.
The Unified Fight for Broadcasters
The Fall 2022 Radio + Television Business Report digital magazine, an extension of daily news and insight appearing at RBR.com, puts its lens on Washington, D.C., by examining how FCC leaders and Congressional lawmakers are actively impacting the business growth of both radio and television stations across the U.S. A one-on-one interview with NAB President/CEO Curtis Legeyt opens the Fall 2022 report, with a call for broadcasting diversity and an understanding that the playing field for radio and TV isn’t the same as it was in the past. “The notion that broadcasters only compete against other broadcasters for eyeballs and ears, let alone advertising dollars, is antiquated,” Legeyt shares. RBR+TVBR also spoke with respected Washington, D.C., attorney David Oxenford and media broker Larry Patrick on a variety of subjects of importance to readers. Among them: “ZoneCasting” and hyperlocal radio services, how regulatory policy changes could spur media transactions, and if marijuana advertising could become legal in the coming months.
This edition is also the exclusive home of the annual Top Local TV Leaders list. There are lots of changes from 2021, with retirements, promotions and departures seen over the last year. Who’s on top of the 2022 honor roll saluting the individuals charged with leading broadcast TV stations across the U.S.? You’ll find the answer only in this print edition. Readers will also find a preview of the topics and discussion points for the 2022 TVB Forward Conference, held September 22 as a virtual event and as an in-person limited capacity event. “We think this could be one of the more successful conferences,” TVB President/CEO Steve Lanzano predicts, with new and returning sponsors in the mix. “Whether you’re there or are watching virtually, everybody sees the same content — and the full content. That was one of the directives we made when we put this together. You will feel like you are at a conference, even if you are sitting at your desk.”
Issue 5, 2022, EXPLAINS WHY CSPs’ CLOUD NATIVE TRANSFORMATIONS RELY ON TRUSTED PARTNERS
VanillaPlus.com is the world leading resource covering digital transformation for the communications industry.
Now in its 23rd year of publication, VanillaPlus reaches more than 36,000 readers worldwide socially, digitally and online. With an enviable list of partners, VanillaPlus explains the latest business plans and technologies for the world’s fixed and mobile network operators, internet & digital service providers.
VanillaPlus carries the latest international communications news, offering Free Article downloads, and an unrivalled Contract Hot List of newly-signed Telecoms IT deals. Not only are these Insights delivered to you free of charge, they are not available elsewhere. We bring you a global Event Diary, Expert panels in our international Webinars, plus Special Reports written exclusively for VanillaPlus by leading Analysts on topics such as LTE, Security, Data Management, Better Billing, and Mobile Video. Each month, VanillaPlus also contributes to reports and podcasts for Trending Tech (https://trendingtech.io/), with internationally-recognised experts sharing their insights in areas such as 5G, Cloud, Edge, Fraud & Zero Trust, OpenRAN, Sustainable Communications, and Software Defined Networks (SDN).
Launched in 1999, VanillaPlus (www.vanillaplus.com) is one of the world’s best-known and longest serving media brands in Telecoms IT. Named after the jargon used by Telecom Engineers who described Voice-only services as Vanilla-only, VanillaPlus has always stood out in a world of me-too communications titles for its laser focus on customer satisfaction underpinning profitable comms services. Network operators and service providers have changed out of all recognition since 1999, but the essentials of ‘good customer service making good business’ have not!
VanillaPlus is therefore proud to work with the best industry analysts, executives, commentators and writers, to unpack complex technologies and processes in a clear, informed, readable style.
New Zealand’s Quest for a Sustainable Space Industry
For over 35 years, Via Satellite has provided essential news and expert business analysis on the global commercial communications satellite industry, including current and evolving applications, infrastructure issues, technology, and business and regulatory developments around the world. Top satellite executives from 160 countries read Via Satellite to fully understand the industry and maximize their companies’ profits.
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