Find the best quotes by Barry Diller.
What’s happened to broadcasting is that broadcasting really used to be… it used to have a very clear public service quotient. And it’s more or…
Who ever knows what will happen with the economy, and will it affect the Internet? There’s so much pouring into the Internet; I would doubt…
What we need to do is replace the entire tax code. I do not think it makes sense to say, ‘Let’s just grab money from,…
Urbanspoon is a nice, little application and it’s perfect, of course, for CitySearch because of the reviews it contains and the ability for CitySearch to…
There’s no way you can predict what is going to happen in six months or two years in most businesses, and certainly not for businesses…
Twenty years ago, there were dozens and dozens of independent television producers. There are a couple now, at the most. Mark Burnett, Endemol. It’s gone.…
The directories businesses still make nothing but money. They’re overleveraged, they’re bankrupt entities, but they still are the largest. This is all going to move…
Sometimes it seems like there’s more footnotes than text. This isn’t something we’re proud of, and over time we’d like to see our footnotes steadily…
If you’re going to sell stock and somebody wants to buy it at a price and that price is not a price you dictate, but…
I’m sure there are some commercial applications for Twitter, but they don’t really interest me. I mean, 140 characters? I am really not interested in…
I’m just saying if you want to reach large audiences, then rely on professionals, meaning people who are in the industry and are trained for…
I don’t have answers for anybody else. What I know is that internal complexity makes for superficiality. There’s never essentially a pure story unless there’s…
Companies like GE and Procter & Gamble have been in business for a long time. Over decades or a century you’re bound to figure out…
Broadcasting began, essentially, in the hands of very, very few players – actually two – and when television came along, there were two networks, then…
The business model for content is to be paid for it. You can be paid for it either though advertising or subscriptions or some new…
We want to be able to sell you anything, anywhere, any time you want it.
We need an unambiguous rule – a law – that nobody will step between the publisher and the consumer, full stop.
Ticketmaster does not set prices. Live Nation does not set ticket prices. Artists set ticket prices.
The only way anyone’s going to succeed is to build the product.
The ability for consumers to receive broadcast over the air signal is their right.
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