Jun 2, 2009

Video chats about advertising, twitter, blogging and media issues

At the beginning of May, I was invited to discuss media challenges with a group of German journalists and political people. They were in the US participating in the International Visitor Leadership Program, organized by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.

The TV journalist Richard Gutjahr filmed a small part of the conversation and posted two videos on YouTube that I just discovered (not YouTube, the videos ;). So here they are.

Today, I spent a few interesting hours with Michel Levy-Provençal (head of multimedia at the French 24 hour TV news channel, France 24), Karine Broyer (editor of France 24' website) and Vincent Roux (editor of the international French radio channel website: RFI). Here is another video (in French).

Disclosure: We consult for France 24 and RFI.


  1. Jeff,
    I would like to interview you for YouTube and hear your perception of individuals becoming a voice via youtube and other online resources. People want real and authentic voices now. It seems that the media has always an 'interest' in mind, from their sponsors, etc. Is the media going to survive? Isn't the current model will have to be completely reinvented?

    I am French based in London. Would be great to set up a Skype video interview when you have some and do a 4-5 minute video.
    Lilou Mace

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