"Chris Dixon" is an United States/American internet entrepreneur and investor. He is the co-founder, and former CEO, of the website Hunch (website)/Hunch. He earned his BA and MA from Columbia University, majoring in philosophy, and has an MBA from Harvard Business School.

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It's great news for these media companies who know how to get marketing dollars.

There were no problems to solve.

Those worried about 2002 earnings aren't paying attention. The issue is what's going to happen going forward.

The network is coming under pressure as we move into a highly fractionalized market -- they are continuing to take market share.

Those companies that don't have really well thought out business models and are driven by a need to spend money to capture customers and maybe make it some time in the future are toast.

The future of the music industry is really the ability to recognize that the 14- or 15-year-old today, who is that target audience, is more comfortable today operating off of a computer platform than most of the people who walk into record stores.

The numbers were terrific.

What's happening right now is that as the industry matures, we're testing business models. For those companies that have business models where you are driven by a diverse source of revenue stream and where revenues are higher than expenses, you are going to do fine.

There's no question that Michael Ovitz is an extraordinarily talented person in Hollywood.