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Posts Tagged ‘Heather Gold’

Photos From Mediabistro’s Producing Online Content Panel

onlinepanel.jpgIf you missed last week’s Mediabistro panel discussion on creating and distributing online entertainment content online, here are some photos of the event for you to enjoy.

The panel, moderated by Reuters business and technology reporter Manoush Zomorodi, featured panelists IFC executive producer Colin Moore, “The Heather Gold Show” host Heather Gold, Bright Red Pixels founding partner Adam Elend, For Your Imagination CEO and co-founder Paul Kontonis, Next New Networks vice president of business development Diane de Cordova and blip.tv co-founder Dina Kaplan.

Mediaite.com‘s Panel Nerds also have a pretty entertaining recap if you (like us) missed the show. We like blip.tv’s Kaplan’s insight for making money with online content the best: “Advertisers are a lot less interested in content than they are in your audience.” But good content creates an engaged audience, right?

More photos after the jump

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SXSWi ’08: Julia Allison on Facebook Keynote Debacle: ‘They Were Just Mismatched Communicators’

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‘Gossip’ panelists, from left: TMZ’s Alan Citron, Valleywag’s Owen Thomas, moderator Heather Gold, Star editor-at-large Julia Allison, Shaila Dewan of The New York Times, and Twitter’s Evan Williams.

In a SXSWi panel in Austin dubbed, fittingly, ‘Gossip,’ blogger/online schadenfreude supplier Julia Allison leapt to defend journalist Sarah Lacy just after the former BusinessWeeker’s trainwreck interview with keynote speaker-cum-Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg that was the talk of SXSWi on Sunday.

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