You really want to get a headache? Try to understand Internet advertising.
I've not conducted my life in the service of smallness.
The American public tunes in every night hoping to see two people screwing. Obviously, we can't give them that but let's always keep it in mind.
We're in a world now where it's not enough to be smart. You have to be curious.
I absolutely believe the Internet is passing from its free days into a paid system. Inevitably, I promise you, it will be paid.
Hollywood is a community that's so inbred, it's a wonder the children have any teeth.
Facebook's the real deal. Nobody can buy Facebook now. Everybody has taken an angle at it. But Facebook may be the place that organizes everybody's personal information. It's got a very good chance of being that.
Put one dumb foot in front of the other and course-correct as you go.
The only way anyone's going to succeed is to build the product.
I'm never absolutely sure of anything, and I don't want to be. You're either right and you'll pull through, or you're not. We're never going to be right about everything, and we've certainly been wrong.
Now along comes the potential creative destruction brought by a different distribution methodology, the Internet.
People have paid for content. They always have.
Since I was in my early twenties, at ABC, I was always only interested in things that were not already being done.
The entertainment business hasn't had a new idea in years.
If you have too many epiphanies, you're on some kind of drug.
All forms of commerce are adversarial.
Well, the Internet is this miracle. It is an absolutely extraordinary idea that you can press a send button, and you are publishing to the world.
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.
No one can solve an issue where there is no economic model yet.
My opinion, young people go to the Internet. To the Internet distribution system right now, you put it up there and it's accessed by the world.
What I've learned over the years is that focus and singular purpose is the best approach for businesses.
We want to be able to sell you anything, anywhere, any time you want it.
This is a world in which reasons are made up because reality is too painful.
The world is changing. Networks without a specific branding strategy will be killed. I envision a world of highly niched services and tightly run companies without room for all the overhead the established networks carry.
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