"Once upon a time, it took a professional advertiser to make an advertisement. Now that we have computers and the internet, that's no longer true."
"Local TV stations are missing a revolutionary opportunity by not buying into the consumer-created video-content craze, media analyst Tom Wolzien told last week's Television Bureau of Advertising conference."
"Over the next 12 to 18 months, more brands will be doing that," said panelist Mark Stoever, senior VP-consumer business, Monster. "When done right, it is a powerful vehicle. We're considering doing it, too. But you have to be careful."
"Should the Internet be divided into fast and slow lanes? That's the question at the heart of the debate over "network neutrality."
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