The Huffington Post has asked its readers to help pick the top 100 “game changers”: people who are “using new media to reshape their fields and change the world.” But as the site has revealed two new lists each week, we were surprised not to see founder Arianna Huffington on any of the them, especially this week’s list, Media Game Changers. We thought that HuffPost not putting its founder on the list rings just a little bit of false modesty. Come on, if Arianna isn’t at least one of the top ten game changers in media, who is?
Read on to find out
Well lets see: We have Katie Couric, Jason Kilar of Hulu, Henry Louis Gates Jr. of TheRoot.com, James Bennett & Bob Cohn of The Atlantic, Tina Brown of The Daily Beast (ooh, nice nod to the competition!), Alberto Ibargüen of The Knight Foundation, Charlie Tillinghast (publisher of MSNBC.Com), Sue Gardner (Executive Director of the Wikimedia Foundation), Andrew Donahue of nonprofit local news blog VoiceofSanDiego.org, and Tim Westergren of music site Pandora.
So who (besides Arianna) would you vote for biggest media game changer? Who didn’t make the list?
HuffPost’s Game Changers: Who Is The Ultimate Game Changer in Media? –Huffington Post
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