Keeping track of the growing MediaSnackers Meme.
(WORLD) We probably weren't the first to apply the 'snacking' metaphor to media, although there seems to be a growing adoption in terms of describing the new media landscape—we thought it would be good to keep an eye on the growing MediaSnacking meme:
Over time, we will find we're no longer a nation that eats media meals. Rather, we’re all-day content snackers—which means we become more source agnostic too.
Steve Rubel talking about the age of the stream
So what's a PR professional to do? For me, the answer is often a social media ‘snack break’.
A fresh look on PR agencies role.
Jason Falls; “People don’t like to read long posts. We are ‘media snackers.'”#blogindiana
Tweeted by robbyslaughter
And the focus mkters do have from mom is summed up as going ‘from mealtime to snacktime’ — media snacking time only post baby #adtechchi
Tweeted by krzimmer
@Szczepanik Hmm. Another media snack. Fattening and unsatisfying. You should blog. Give ’em hell!
Tweeted by BillSledzik
@TaylorBarr how do you feel about social media…snacking? RT @Sean_Flynn: http://bit.ly/QmtCv
Tweeted by paigiamo7
@susan_neonlily Regarding multi-tasking, here is interesting read on HD-ready consumers and our desire for media snacking. http://ow.ly/rQ4K
Tweeted by anngelica
Moms are media snackers. Consume all day along. After becoming a mom Internet use up, TV down #adtechny
Tweeted by JulieDiazAsper
@BenFordham u ought to crash#media140. The baying new media hounds need to be fed legacy media snacks.
Tweeted by thomasrdotorg
OK, I give up on Tweetie for Mac – no filters/columns and no RT – are you kidding?!? iPhone version is just for media snacking.
Tweeted by billshander
@maydbs it’s eaten everyday and a new one made :) micro art/art snacking compare to media snacking = twitter food
Tweeted by martinwezowski