Friday, October 21, 2011

Esperanto Moderno?

Tuning in

“For the first time in history, mankind is developing a universal language: video. People now communicate with video on two billion computers and more than one and a half billion television sets, and by 2013 you can add another one billion video-capable people regularly accessing the web from their cell phones. The most popular spoken and written language is English, with 1.8 billion users. Looks like video already wins.”

—Dave Marash, “Fade to Black:
As a video revolution sweeps the world, US television news caps its lens,
Columbia Journalism Review, September/October 2011

Image: Egyptians gather to watch Hosni Mubarak on TV during Arab Spring. Ahikam Seri photo.

• Editorial Comment: Nothing like TV time with the family.

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