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  • She may not boast the "omnimedia" Stewart pull, but that hasn't stopped BBB from luring analysts: After all, Pier 1 reported a fifth quarterly loss on Thursday, while Temares' firm last reported profit of 67 cents per diluted share for the fiscal fourth quarter of 2005 ended Feb. 25, 2006--up 13.6% from the 59 cents per diluted share for the year-ago period.

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  • I think this fits into new definitions of journalism, which can now be collaborative, which is becoming more a process than a product, which is omnimedia.

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  • STEWART: My employees and I are hard at work at making our company the best omnimedia company in the world, Jane.

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  • But Wall Street is also looking at the future of her company, Martha Stewart Living omnimedia.

    CNN Transcript Feb 27, 2005

  • And be sure when she meets with her employees, omnimedia cameras will be there passing along the video to us and to other media outlets.

    CNN Transcript Mar 7, 2005

  • Now there is Trump the unstoppable omnimedia star.

    CNN Transcript Mar 18, 2004

  • Director of Imagine OmniMedia (www. imagine-omnimedia.com), a Singapore based media ventures company focused on reality television in Asia.

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  • Be it with toy-shelf ventures, video game releases or the wildly ambitious online tie-ins, Cameron and company have approached "Avatar" as a candidate to join "Star Wars" and "Star Trek" as omnimedia franchises that inspire pop-cultural tribal followings across decades.

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  • If she wants omnimedia to continue she needs to find a younger replacement for her show and run it from the background with cameos from time to time.

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  • One way that I frame it … I call it the omnimedia revolution.

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