Jon Lund is a contributing analyst and commentator at Danish daily Politiken, is chairman of the board at Danish Online News Association and has held honorary positions as member of the board of IAB Europe, member of the Danish Ministry of Cultures advertising forum, member of the board of directors of the Forum of the Danish Media, member of ICC Denmark’s marketing committee. He holds a masters degree in Political Science from University of Aarhus and has worked with internet since starting his own agency in 1995.
Breaking news: Political participation surges with increased internet usage – education and income outweighted
Thought education was the most crucial factor when it came to explaining who is most likely to engage in political discussions, writing letters to the editors or joining a political party? Or perhaps you thought… Læs mere »Breaking news: Political participation surges with increased internet usage – education and income outweighted
Nikolaj La Cour leaves his position as market manager at Krak by November 1. in order to become partner at Alpha-solutions. Prior to Krak Nikolaj was head of projects at FDIM. When he left I… Læs mere »Nikolaj La Cour joins Alpha-solutions as partner
Tomorrow’s officially the day when I go live with this, my New Media Trends-weblog. More precisely at 07.00 in the morning, danish time. (At least that’s what the FDIM press release says) Se you there:-)
-I heard that malicious rumor to, and I’m freaking out. It isn’t true. That was the reaction of Advertising.com CEO Scott Ferber, when he was asked to yesterdays newsstories about Microsoft possibly buying a stake… Læs mere »Scott Ferber “freaks out”: AOL Microsoft deal is fiction
The internet is by far the fasting growing media when the talk is on advertising. In the first 6 month of 2005 revenues grew by 27 pct. compared to the same period last year –… Læs mere »Danish adspend: Internet beats newspapers by 27-7. Internet by far the fastest growing media group.