Beyond Broadcast

I leave tomorrow for the Beyond Broadcast: Reinventing Public Media in a Participatory Culture conference at Harvard where I’ll hook up with lots of old friends and some new ones. The conference looks interesting, and I’m on the first panel of the day — What the Broadcasters are doing — with David Liroff, Vice President and Chief Technology Officer of WGBH-TV in Boston (I’ve heard him speak — very bright guy and in touch with tomorrow), and Bill Buzenberg, Senior Vice President of News, American Public Media/ Minnesota Public Radio. Chris Lydon of NPR’s “Open Source” is the moderator. Chris and I were on a panel at the Integrated Media Association conference in Seattle earlier this year. His take on the future? All blogs, all the time. Cool.

I will be talking about WKRN-TV and especially Nashville is Talking.

Next weekend, I’ll be in Orlando for two presentations to public broadcasting general managers and marketers. I’ll be on a panel with the inimitable Bob X. Cringley, and I’m really looking forward to that.

I’m keeping busy, and that’s a good thing.

Comments

  1. Hey Terry,
    I’ll be at the conference as well and look forward to meeting you there.

    I’m going to be attending Rebecca’s Birds of a Feather dinner with you about saving journalism.

    I wanted to give a heads up to this 5-minute video that I just published that gives an overview of my collaborative documentary project. Looking foward to talking more at the conference.

  2. i’ll see you there as well, terry. looking forward to meeting you in person (you too, kent!)

  3. hi Terry…will be seeing you at Harvard, too!

    (I already know Sean and look forward to meeting Kent also)

    should be a *very* interesting time for sure…

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