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Crush It! Why Now is the Time to Cash In On Your Passion (58 minutes)
Posted Oct 29, 2010
  Finding the Creative Spark (1 hour, 25 minutes)
Posted Mar 31, 2010
Do you need a splash of cold water in the face? Gary Vaynerchuk of Wine Library TV will provide all the inspiration you need to get your new career or project going.  more details

Marketing, TV, Film & Video, New Media, Blogging, Online Video, Recorded Event, Entrepreneurship
  In this panel discussion, experts from design, ad, and interactive agencies discuss how to create an environment for innovation, processes for idea development, and how individuals can reignite their creative spark.  more details

Creativity, Recorded Event, Innovation, Panel Discussion
Promoting Books in a Digital Age: The New Economics of Publishing (1 hour)
Posted Jan 12, 2010
  Panel: Social Media and the Customer: Focus on Community Management (1 hour, 30 minutes)
Posted Jan 7, 2010
In this eBook Summit discussion, our experts work through the challenges of the current economics of publishing. You'll gain insight into how writers and publishers can promote their work and businesses in the current environment.  more details

Marketing, Recorded Event, Ebook Summit
  Community management can drive great customer service and transform your business. Our panel will show you how.  more details

Social Media, Recorded Event, Community Management, Panel Discussion
Writer, Agent, Publisher: New Roles for the eBook Era (1 hour)
Posted Jan 4, 2010
  Media, Society, and Change with Douglas Rushkoff (35 minutes)
Posted Dec 22, 2009
In this panel discussion at Mediabistro's eBook conference, Jason Boog leads a conversation about how the new landscape of publishing, digital content, and print on demand affect the fragile relationships in the publishing process.  more details

New Media, Recorded Event, Ebook Summit, Electronic Publishing
  In this address at Mediabistro's eBook Summit, author Douglas Rushkoff kept the audience rapt with his hyper-relevant take on the future of media and society. This talk will excite and incite you; make the time to watch and understand it.  more details

Editorial/Journalism, New Media, Recorded Event, Ebook Summit, Electronic Publishing, Next-Generation Journalist
Katty Kay: A Journalist and Author Speaks About eBooks (25:19)
Posted Dec 22, 2009
  Behind the Reporter's Notebook: The Power of the Crowd with Jeff Howe (1 hour)
Posted Nov 30, 2009
In this conversation with Manoush Zomorodi at Mediabistro's eBook Summit, Katty Kay talks about being a journalist and first-time author in the current publishing climate. Along the way, you'll learn about women in the workplace, branding yourself, monetizing your work as a writer, and much more.  more details

Editorial/Journalism, TV, Film & Video, New Media, Recorded Event, Ebook Summit, Electronic Publishing, Next-Generation Journalist
  Jeff Howe is the expert on crowdsourcing. Check out his focused lecture to learn more about how to make mind-share work for you.  more details

Editorial/Journalism, Crowdsourcing, Recorded Event, Ugcx, Next-Generation Journalist
The Business of Microstock Photography (1 hour, 15 minutes)
Posted Nov 23, 2009
  Marketing: It's a Two-Way Conversation (58 minutes)
Posted Nov 17, 2009
During this Mediabistro panel discussion, microstock agencies, successful microstockers and traditional stock photographers discuss current trends and opportunities in the microstock market.  more details

TV, Film & Video, Photography, New Media, Recorded Event, Microstock
  Learn how marketing campaigns that engage customers can drive powerful results, reposition brands, and provide valuable customer insight data. Our panel from Mediabistro's UGCX conference shares examples on how social media and viral campaigns are being used to market everything from convenience foods to teen-focused Broadway shows to Ford Mustangs.  more details

New Media, Social Media, User-Generated Content, Recorded Event, Ugcx
Building a Media Business Through User Content and Engagement (44 minutes)
Posted Nov 12, 2009
  Get Hyper-Local: Building Community City by City (54 minutes)
Posted Nov 10, 2009
Kate Thorpe of Real Girls Media Network explains the new relationship between content and advertising online in her lively talk at Mediabistro's UGCX conference.  more details

User-Generated Content, Recorded Event, Entrepreneurship, Community Management, Ugcx
  In this panel from Mediabistro's UGCX conference, leaders in local explain the exciting changes in the journalistic landscape that affect both content and advertising  more details

Marketing, Citizen Journalism, Hyper-Local, Recorded Event, Ugcx, Next-Generation Journalist
HARO's Peter Shankman: The Power of Social Media 
Posted Nov 5, 2009
  The New Newsroom: Journalism From Hyper-Local to Global (50 minutes)
Posted Nov 2, 2009
From karma experiment to million-dollar business, Peter's HARO project has taken off, big time. Learn his social media secrets by watching his appearance at Mediabistro's UGCX conference.  more details

Editorial/Journalism, Marketing, Public Relations, Reporting, Crowdsourcing, Recorded Event, Ugcx
  Breaking news stories make their way to the public through social media sites, user generated news sites, mobile, and more. It's a new kind of newsroom, and in this UGCX session, you'll hear from some of the business leaders who are changing the way we get our news and information.  more details

TV, Film & Video, News, Tv, Broadcast, Citizen Journalism, Recorded Event, Next-Generation Journalist
Finding Your Audience with Ben Huh (32 minutes)
Posted Oct 30, 2009
  NPR President and CEO Vivian Schiller: A New Strategy for a Media Powerhouse (53 minutes)
Posted Oct 27, 2009
In this presentation, Ben Huh, CEO of I Can Has Cheezburger, shares the innovative ways he has turned users into customers through social media, and ended up with over one million Twitter followers. If you want to see wacky cat pictures, though, you'll have to visit his sites.  more details

Marketing, Business, New Media, Social Media, User-Generated Content, Recorded Event, Entrepreneurship, Community Management, Ugcx
  Building a hyperlocal presence, forging key partnerships, and overseeing funding for a non profit media company in the current economy: these are just some of the challenges Vivian Schiller faced when she became President and CEO of NPR in 2008. In this keynote, you'll hear about the initiatives she's leading to bring this traditional media powerhouse into the new media world.  more details

TV, Film & Video, Npr, Radio, User-Generated Content, Recorded Event, Ugcx, Next-Generation Journalist
ThinkMobile Conference: Cool Hunting--It's All About Discovery (1 hour)
Posted Oct 23, 2009
  ThinkMobile Conference: Keynote: State of the Industry (37 minutes)
Posted Oct 6, 2009
How can your customers find out about your products and services on a mobile phone? We'll dig down into the key points you need to consider when developing a mobile marketing strategy from start to finish, such as: advertising, SEO, building services around location, data consumption, and more.  more details

Marketing, Advertising, Marketing, Mobile, Thinkmobile, Recorded Event
  The whole world's gone mobile: learn about trends in global apps and content from Marco Argenti, VP of Media at Nokia.  more details

Mobile, Thinkmobile, Recorded Event
Producing Online Entertainment Content (1 hour, 22 minutes)
Posted Sep 14, 2009
  Creative Storytelling: Innovative Design in Advertising & Branding (1 hour, 23 minutes)
Posted May 5, 2009
Video on the web is red-hot right now. Our panel tackles the big questions: How do you make great online video? Then how do you make money from your work?  more details

Marketing, New Media, Online Video, Online Ads, Recorded Event
  Some of the most exciting innovators in digital interactive design share their success stories and case studies, and discuss the magic behind the campaigns.  more details

Marketing, Interactive, Online Ads, Recorded Event
Social Media Essentials for PR (1 hour, 43 minutes)
Posted Apr 7, 2009
  The Secrets Behind Book Publishing (1 hour, 43 minutes)
Posted Oct 2, 2007
Leaders in the world of public relations discuss recent social media efforts, and talk through some of the challenges and successes that surround community engagement.  more details

Twitter, New Media, Social Media, Recorded Event, Communications
  Editors from Knopf, HarperCollins, Random House, and The New York Times Book Review join agents Henry Dunow and Gail Hochman to discuss the secrets behind books publishing. Moderated by author Susan Shapiro.  more details

Publishing, Pitching, Editing, Recorded Event
Writing about Technology for Consumers (36 minutes)
Posted Sep 17, 2007
  The Future of Design (1 hour, 24 minutes)
Posted Sep 5, 2007
How can publishers offer information about technology in a way that engages new readers but doesn't put off their core audiences? And how can writers and editors get a leg up in the consumer marketplace? Our panel of technology writers tackles these topics and more in a discussion moderated by the vice president of content and programming at Yahoo! Lifestyles.  more details

Editorial/Journalism, Marketing, Writing & Publishing, New Media, Mobile, Recorded Event
  Designers discuss challenges and opportunities in an expanding market.  more details

New Media, Recorded Event
The Future of Photojournalism in a Digital World (1 hour, 15 minutes)
Posted Aug 27, 2007
  Breaking into Sports Journalism (1 hour, 35 minutes)
Posted Apr 24, 2007
Photojournalists from Getty, The Washington Post, and the freelance world join directors of photography from AP and Sipa Press to discuss trends affecting newsroom photography today, especially the rise of multimedia journalism.  more details

Editorial/Journalism, News, Photography, New Media, Photojournalism, Online Video, Recorded Event
  Editors and writers from ESPN The Magazine, The New York Times,, and The Wall Street Journal discuss how to maneuver the sports beat and write great stories without ever using the phrase "110 percent."  more details

Editorial/Journalism, TV, Film & Video, Sports, Pitching, Blogging, Recorded Event
Advertising: The New Creative Agency (1 hour, 4 minutes)
Posted Mar 26, 2007
  Editors on Truth Serum (57 minutes)
Posted Jan 29, 2007
A panel discussion with experts on interactive advertising.  more details

TV, Film & Video, Branding, Online Ads, Recorded Event
  Editors from Jane, Men's Journal, Redbook, CosmoGIRL!, and Departures discuss the nuts and bolts of their profession.  more details

Editorial/Journalism, Magazines, Editing, Recorded Event
From Blogger to Author: How Bloggers Get Book Deals, and What This Means for Publishing (1 hour, 18 minutes)
Posted Dec 1, 2006
  War Reporting in Iraq (1 hour, 20 minutes)
Posted Oct 25, 2006
Authors Julie Powell, Maxwell Gillingham-Ryan, Michael Malice, and Robert Rummel-Hudson join literary agent Kate Lee and editor Laura Mazer to discuss how blogs can turn into lucrative book deals.  more details

Marketing, Promotion, Blogging, Recorded Event, For Authors
  American journalists from the Washington Post, CNN, MTV, and the Columbia Journalism Review discuss the challenges of reporting from Iraq.  more details

TV, Film & Video, News, Recorded Event
The Secrets of First Person Writing (1 hour, 41 minutes)
  ThinkMobile Conference: Monetization with Mobile Social Media (36 minutes)
The editors of The New York Times "Lives" and "Modern Love" sections join book agent Elizabeth Kaplan, Villard editorial director Bruce Tracy, Jane editor Esther Haynes, and authors Gael Greene and Susan Shapiro to discuss the secrets behind publishing first-person writing.  more details

Editorial/Journalism, Writing & Publishing, Memoir, Pitching, Essay Writing, Recorded Event
  Where's the money in mobile social media? And what's the currency of communication? Our panel discusses the challenges and obstacles inherent in this topic, and also shares some success stories.  more details

Public Relations, Social Media, Mobile, Thinkmobile, Recorded Event
ThinkMobile Conference: Cross-Media Online to Mobile Advertising (41 minutes)
  ThinkMobile Conference: The News Goes Mobile (23 minutes)
What do the online majors have to say about mobile and the future of cross-media interactivity?  more details

Mobile, Thinkmobile, Online Ads, Recorded Event
  How has mobile impacted the news market, and what does the future hold?  more details

Editorial/Journalism, News, Blogging, Mobile, Thinkmobile, Citizen Journalism, Recorded Event
TVNewser Summit: The Morning Joe Team (61 minutes)
  ThinkMobile Conference: Successful App Stories: How to Make Money in Mobile (55 minutes)
Joe and Mika make morning political discussion fun and fractious. BusinessWeek's Jon Fine interviews the pair on technology, news, and politics.  more details

News, Social Media, Recorded Event
  We talk to the people behind the current killer apps for mobile about their successes in development and marketing.  more details

Marketing, New Media, Mobile, Thinkmobile, Recorded Event
When Life Throws You A Curve: When Industry Changes Affect Your Career (43 minutes)
  Mediabistro Circus: The Future of Social Media with Chris Anderson (55 minutes)
A panel discussion about your place in the evolution of the media.  more details

Editorial/Journalism, Writing & Publishing, New Media, Job Search, Social Media, Recorded Event
  The editor of Wired explains how to create a social network that works.  more details

Editorial/Journalism, Writing & Publishing, Social Media, Recorded Event, Community Management
Mediabistro Circus: Taking The New York Times Digital with Jim Roberts (1 hour, 14 minutes)
  Mediabistro Circus: Online Video: Power To The People (1 hour, 11 minutes)
Jim Roberts (editor of digital news) and Aron Pilhofer (editor of interactive news technology).  more details

Newspapers, News, New Media, Blogging, Recorded Event
  Robert Scoble, Jim Louderback, and Dina Kaplan tell you how to make and distribute video the smart way.  more details

Online Video, Recorded Event
Mediabistro Circus: Making Sense of Social Media (1 hour, 27 minutes)
  Mediabistro Circus: What's Next in Mobile Media? (1 hour, 13 minutes)
Learn what's beyond the buzzwords like community, user generated content, and social networking to find strategies that work for your business.  more details

Blogging, Social Media, Crowdsourcing, Recorded Event
  While publishers scramble to build online sites, blogs, and social networks, a parallel new media universe is unfolding with mobile devices.  more details

New Media, Mobile, Recorded Event
Mediabistro Circus: What's Behind Online Design? (1 hour, 32 minutes)
  Land Your First Editorial Job (1 hour, 30 minutes)
Do you know how people perceive, understand, and use your product? Google does, and they are the gold standard of user experience design. They've mastered the process of measuring and improving your interaction with their site.  more details

Marketing, Design, New Media, Online Video, Recorded Event, Seo
  Editors from top magazines discuss how they started, and how you can land your first edit job. They also dish about what you need to know to be a successful freelancer.  more details

Editorial/Journalism, Writing & Publishing, Magazines, Freelancing, Job Search, Recorded Event, Internships
Food and Travel Magazines: How to Handle Multimedia Content (1 hour, 52 minutes)
  TVNewser Summit: The Digital Network (60 minutes)
Editors from Travel + Leisure, Martha Stewart Living, Food & Wine,, Saveur, and National Geographic Adventure talk about how magazines are utilizing the web to compete with the increasing number of consumer review sites and blogs.  more details

Editorial/Journalism, Magazines, Online Media, Travel Writing, Food Writing, Online Video, Recorded Event
  How do traditional TV news and new media interact? Our panel of television executives discusses how their networks are integrating traditional news with complementary digital products.  more details

News, New Media, Online Video, Recorded Event
Web 3.0 Conference: Monetizing Content in Today's Web Environment (41 minutes)
  Web 3.0 Conference: Evolution: It's a Process (1 hour, 12 minutes)
In this keynote session, Tom explains how companies can differentiate and better monetize their properties by solving business problems and winning over users.  more details

Recorded Event, Web 3.0, Semantic Web
  Keynote speaker Christine Connors outlines the past, present and future of the semantic web.  more details

Recorded Event, Web 3.0, Semantic Web
Mediabistro Circus: Interactive Newsroom, The New York Times (58 minutes)
  Mediabistro Circus: Creating a Global Phenomenon with Tim Ferriss 
On this panel, you'll meet the team behind the multimedia and interactive features that deliver the Gray Lady in living color  more details

Writing & Publishing, Magazines, Newspapers, New Media, Citizen Journalism, Online Video, Recorded Event
  Tim shares his secrets of using analytics, social media, and other tools to create a best-selling book and global movement.  more details

Writing & Publishing, Blogging, Social Media, Recorded Event, Entrepreneurship, Seo