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GOOD Magazine: Guest Edit Introduction
 
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http://good.is/ GOOD Magazine introduces itself as YouTube's first company guest editor.
Views: 33977 GOOD Magazine
Fast Company Editor: Why Austin Selected as Fast City
 
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TateAustin invited Fast Company Magazine Senior Editor Keith Hammonds to the The Human Capital for a special event to welcome Thomas Properties Group to the city. Thomas Properties and its partners are investing $1.15 billion in Austin with the acquisition of ten Class A office properties totaling approximately 3.5 million square feet. Hammonds talked with community and business leaders about why the magazine selected Austin as one of its "Fast Cities 2007." The magazine scoured the globe in search of the perfect place to transplant a business. Fast Company selected 30 urban centers that are shaping the future. Watch the video to hear Hammonds discuss why the world wants to know Austin's secret to continuously attracting creative and productive people. For information contact: Russ Rhea TateAustin Public Relations [email protected] http://www.tateaustin.com
Views: 225 russrhea
Alex Steffen, Editor of the online magazine WorldChanging.com
 
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If business is the only force to change the world, then consumers have the real power! Alex Steffen, journalist, sustainability guru, TED speaker in 2005 and executive editor of the online magazine WorldChanging.com has a very clear ideas about how to save the world with a green business revolution. Green business brings sustainable growth for companies and and can leads to a "guilt-free wealth" for everybody. In this interview he gives a sharp analyses on why being a "bad" company does not pay off and how consumers can start pressuring the corporate world to think and act more responsible. More at: www.infonomia.tv
Views: 1358 Infonomia
Republic Magazine in Times Square
 
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www.RepublicMagazines.com - The Republic Magazine crew takes to the streets of NYC to gauge reaction to the new publication. Produced by Gary Franchi and Samuel Anthony Ettaro - Edited by Samuel Anthony Ettaro, Gary Franchi Associate Editor - Music and Graphics by Samuel Anthony Ettaro
Views: 5255 Gary Franchi
"All Marketers are Liars" - Seth Godin speaks at Google
 
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Seth Godin is the author of six bestsellers, including Permission Marketing, an Amazon Top 100 bestseller for a year and a Fortune Best Business Book. His newest book, All Marketers are Liars , has already made the Amazon Top 100 and has inspired its own blog. Seth is also a renowned speaker, and was recently chosen as one of "21 Speakers for the Next Century" by Successful Meetings Magazine and is consistently rated among the best speakers by the audiences he addresses. Seth was founder and CEO of Yoyodyne, an interactive direct marketing company, which Yahoo! acquired in late 1998. He holds an MBA from Stanford, is a contributing editor to Fast Company magazine, and was called "the Ultimate...
Views: 232434 Google
Temptu invades FANGORIA RADIO!
 
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Temptu invades Fangoria Radio :: When Fangoria Radio asked TEMPTU marketing to come and give Fangoria Magazine editor in-chief Tony Timpone a makeover we jumped to the call. We gave tony a sick FANGO tattoo! Check it out...
Views: 750 TemptuNYC
Xavier Serbia Ex-Integrante de Menudo en Viva Voz
 
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Xavier Serbia (born July, 24th 1968) in Santurce, Puerto Rico. Xavier is a former member of Menudo. He joined Menudo in 1980 and stayed with Menudo through most of Menudo's glory days. He left the group in early 1983 and was replaced by Ray Reyes. As a member of Menudo, he dueted with Miguel Cancel on the song titled "Rock en la TV" on Menudo's 8th Spanish album, Quiero Ser. Xavier sang the song titled "Formula" on Menudo's ninth Spanish album, Por Amor (1982). Currently, Xavier Serbia works as an editor and columnist in some of the most important Spanish publications in the country. He is Contributing Editor for the "Money Matters" section of "Siempre Mujer"magazine. This magazine has a circulation of 350,000 and an audience of 1.3 million readers. The magazine is published by Meredith Corporation (NYSE: MDP), one of the most important publishing company in United States. Serbia is the featured writer on Yahoo! Finance in Spanish in his very popular weekly "Conexión Dinero". Yahoo Telemundo is the #1 Hispanic website in the USA with more than 11.5 million unique visitors every month. Also, he writes his popular weekly column "El Menudo Cuenta" in the Sunday Business Magazine of "El Nuevo Día", the most important newspaper in Puerto Rico with 1.1 million daily readers. His columns are published in "El Nuevo Día Orlando", "El Diario la Prensa in Nueva York and "La Opinión" in Los Angeles, California. The Superstar Thalia invite Xavier regularly to her very popular radio show "Conexión Thalia" to give financial tips in his popular segment "Conexión Finanzas". Xavier launched XavierSerbia.com, a Spanish language financial site where he informs the Hispanic community in the US. The site include Q&A financial section "PAX", blog "La Esquina X", discussion forum "Foros", and in-depth financial opinions. In 2003, he was elected by NBC-Telemundo and Ford, to host the business series El Camino Al Triunfo where he performed as writer, advisor and host. He was subject of articles in Hispanic newspapers such as La Opinión, Reforma, El Nuevo Dia, Sun-Sentinel, Prensa y Hola Hoy, and La Raza among others. He also appeared as a commentator on such Telemundo Network shows as "Noticiero Nacional Telemundo', "Esta Mañana" and "América en Vivo", among others. Xavier completed his High School at the CUSC (Colegio Universitario del Sagrado Corazón) in Santurce, Puerto Rico, In 2006 he finished his second master degree in Financial Economics at "Trinity College". He also performs public presentations and TV interviews where he shares his knowledge and experience in the area of entrepreneurship, personal finance, and education. Para la entrevista completa al Ex-integrante de Menudo Xavier Serbia visita www.VmeTv.com
Views: 234091 Vme TV
Xavier Serbia Ex-Integrante de Menudo en Viva Voz - Parte 2
 
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Xavier Serbia (born July, 24th 1968) in Santurce, Puerto Rico. Xavier is a former member of Menudo. He joined Menudo in 1980 and stayed with Menudo through most of Menudo's glory days. He left the group in early 1983 and was replaced by Ray Reyes. As a member of Menudo, he dueted with Miguel Cancel on the song titled "Rock en la TV" on Menudo's 8th Spanish album, Quiero Ser. Xavier sang the song titled "Formula" on Menudo's ninth Spanish album, Por Amor (1982). Currently, Xavier Serbia works as an editor and columnist in some of the most important Spanish publications in the country. He is Contributing Editor for the "Money Matters" section of "Siempre Mujer"magazine. This magazine has a circulation of 350,000 and an audience of 1.3 million readers. The magazine is published by Meredith Corporation (NYSE: MDP), one of the most important publishing company in United States. Serbia is the featured writer on Yahoo! Finance in Spanish in his very popular weekly "Conexión Dinero". Yahoo Telemundo is the #1 Hispanic website in the USA with more than 11.5 million unique visitors every month. Also, he writes his popular weekly column "El Menudo Cuenta" in the Sunday Business Magazine of "El Nuevo Día", the most important newspaper in Puerto Rico with 1.1 million daily readers. His columns are published in "El Nuevo Día Orlando", "El Diario la Prensa in Nueva York and "La Opinión" in Los Angeles, California. The Superstar Thalia invite Xavier regularly to her very popular radio show "Conexión Thalia" to give financial tips in his popular segment "Conexión Finanzas". Xavier launched XavierSerbia.com, a Spanish language financial site where he informs the Hispanic community in the US. The site include Q&A financial section "PAX", blog "La Esquina X", discussion forum "Foros", and in-depth financial opinions. In 2003, he was elected by NBC-Telemundo and Ford, to host the business series El Camino Al Triunfo where he performed as writer, advisor and host. He was subject of articles in Hispanic newspapers such as La Opinión, Reforma, El Nuevo Dia, Sun-Sentinel, Prensa y Hola Hoy, and La Raza among others. He also appeared as a commentator on such Telemundo Network shows as "Noticiero Nacional Telemundo', "Esta Mañana" and "América en Vivo", among others. Xavier completed his High School at the CUSC (Colegio Universitario del Sagrado Corazón) in Santurce, Puerto Rico, In 2006 he finished his second master degree in Financial Economics at "Trinity College". He also performs public presentations and TV interviews where he shares his knowledge and experience in the area of entrepreneurship, personal finance, and education. Para la entrevista completa a Xavier Serbia en Viva Voz visita: www.VmeTv.com
Views: 123399 Vme TV
Stir it Up in Toronto on 4/20 with Medicinal Michelle
 
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Michelle visits Kindred Cafe, interviews Treating Yourself magazine editor Marco Renda and finishes her tour at Dominic Kramer's Toronto Hemp Company on 4-20-2007.
Views: 14760 MichelleRainey
My Life on the Wireless Frontier
 
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[Recorded May 25, 2005] Dr. Irwin Jacobs helped found QUALCOMM in 1985 and under his leadership it became a Fortune 500 company, listed in the Standard & Poor's 500 Index and traded on the NASDAQ. This former professor of electrical engineering at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and of computer science and engineering at the University of California-San Diego led the commercialization of Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) technology, regarded as the world's most advanced voice and data wireless communications technology. CDMA technology--which converts speech into digital information that is transmitted over a wireless network and reconverted to speech on the other end--was first demonstrated in 1989. Elizabeth Corcoran is a senior editor at Forbes Magazine and has been covering the technology sector for years from the publication's Silicon Valley bureau. Jacobs will share with Corcoran his journey from hallowed halls of academia to the vanguard of telecommunications and also comment on the next wave of new technologies driving the wireless world.
Outdoor Retailer Live: Guyot Designs
 
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Gear editor Kristin Hostetter interviews Joshua Guyot, who 3 years ago invented the splash guard for wide-mouthed Nalgene bottles. He describes several new small and innovative products his company, Guyot Designs, is promoting at the Outdoor Retailer 2007 Winter Market, held January 27-30 in Salt Lake City. Check out all the videos from the show floor at www.backpacker.com/video
Views: 1796 Backpacker Magazine
Mavericks at Work Co-Author Polly LaBarre
 
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Polly LaBarre's Bio and Speech Topics: http://www.thelavinagency.com/speaker-polly-labarre.html The Lavin Agency presents Polly LaBarre, the co-author of the New York Times bestseller Mavericks at Work and a former senior editor at Fast Company, who has spent her career covering the new breed of innovative and successful organizations that are re-writing the rules of business competition. For speaking engagements, Polly LaBarre is exclusively represented by The Lavin Agency. The Lavin Agency | Speakers Bureau Making the World a Smarter Place. http://www.TheLavinAgency.com [email protected] Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/TheLavinAgency 800.265.4870
Some Companies Offer Mom-Friendly Environment
 
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Suzanne Riss, editor-in-chief of Working Mother magazine, and Lesli Marasco, who represents a health-care company that is known to offer a mom-friendly working environment, discuss the challenges mothers face.
Views: 710 KCRA News
Concept  Magazine ' interior design, architecture, design'
 
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The Art DNA 11 creates unique, personalized art from DNA. Using a simple method of collection, as easy as wiping the inside of your mouth with a swab, the company harvests a sample of your DNA to capture the genetic fingerprint and transform it into an artistic representation of a person's life code. A DNA Portrait is the ultimate conversation piece in any home, office or gallery.
Views: 444 conceptmagazine
redhotcurry.com's Lopa Patel - Inspiring Entrepreneur
 
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Taken from 'Hot off the Press'. An 'Inspiring Entrepreneurs' event hosted by the British Library's Business & IP Centre. http://www.bl.uk/bipc Starting up a media business in the UK can be highly lucrative and pay huge dividends for those with the right formula, but competition is fierce and the pitfalls plentiful. We hear from four highly successful media entrepreneurs, including Steve Auckland, managing director of Metro; James Brown, founding editor of men's magazine Loaded; Lopa Patel is the founder of redhotcurry.com, the leading lifestyle portal for British Asians and William Ong, the founder of Chinatown magazine; all of whom have lots of fantastic advice for budding media moguls.
Views: 2214 trubesbl
Paul Krugman - Income Inequality and the Middle Class
 
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Complete video at: http://fora.tv/2007/10/30/Paul_Krugman_Future_of_the_Middle_Class Nobel Prize-winning economist and New York Times Op-Ed columnist Paul Krugman discusses the history of the American "middle class," and argues that growing income inequality may threaten its existence. ----- Paul Krugman discusses "Losing Our Way in the New Century: The Future of the Middle Class?" Krugman brings a sharp political, social and economic analysis of what happened to the middle class of the 20th century and where America's social policy is headed in the future. Krugman is the most widely read economist of our time and was named Columnist of the Year by Editor and Publisher magazine. - The Commonwealth Club Paul Krugman joined The New York Times in 1999 as a columnist on the Op-Ed Page and continues as professor of Economics and International Affairs at Princeton University. Mr. Krugman received his B.A. from Yale University in 1974 and his Ph.D. from MIT in 1977. He has taught at Yale, MIT and Stanford. At MIT he became the Ford International Professor of Economics. Mr. Krugman is the author or editor of 20 books and more than 200 papers in professional journals and edited volumes. His professional reputation rests largely on work in international trade and finance; he is one of the founders of the "new trade theory," a major rethinking of the theory of international trade. Mr. Krugman's current academic research is focused on economic and currency crises. At the same time, Mr. Krugman has written extensively for a broader public audience. Some of his recent articles on economic issues, originally published in Foreign Affairs, Harvard Business Review, Scientific American and other journals, are reprinted in Pop Internationalism and The Accidental Theorist.
Views: 141034 FORA.tv
Washington Post to Grow Online Business - Jeff Jarvis
 
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Washington Post Set to Grow Online Business with "Hyperlocal" Publishing, Community Generated Content and through Acquisitions -- 21 State Attorneys General Foaming over Over Bud.TV, Ad Age Reports Here is the second part of our interview with award-winning magazine editor Mark Whitaker. He had been editor in chief of Newsweek for eight years before recently being named to an executive position at the Washington/Newsweek Interactive division, the unit that runs online operations for the Post, Newsweek and Slate. His new job involves growing the company's online assets internally and building through acquisitions. Interviewing Mark is our very special "guest" correspondent Jeff Jarvis, author of the influential media blog Buzzmachine. Mark sees opportunities for the Post and other big publishers who need to embrace new business models. He sees opportunities in niche/special interest publishing and highly localized or "hyperlocal" publishing. He says that consumer generated content will become increasingly important. Mainstream media has to innovate -- and several of the big players are. Last week, Beet.TV visited The Wall Street Journal newsroom and will visit The New York Times in a few days. There is great deal of innovation to report. So, please check back with us as we explore this evolving story. And, your comments are always welcome. See this video on Beet.TV: http://www.beet.tv/2007/02/washington_post_1.html
Views: 567 BeetTV
Bay Area Business Magazine's Shalie & Bevv on Media Talk
 
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Bevv Beirl and Shalie Aikman, the editor and president of advertising and branding, respectively, for the new magazine Bay Area Business, is educating and supporting small to mid-size business owners by sharing best business practices, written by industry experts. Tampa Bay's Media Talk hosts: Janet Sherer & Rob Tiisler.
Views: 223 MediaTalk
Reena Combo is nominated as Outstanding Woman in Business
 
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Reena Combo, editor of Ikonz magazine, is nominated by the Institute of Asian Business (IAB), a division of the Birmingham Chamber of Commerce, as Outstanding Woman in Business 2007. The short film features words from herself, her colleagues and media interest in the build-up to the awards. The Asian Business Awards took place on Saturday 3rd November 2007. Includes: Reena Combo, Adam Yosef, Jaspreet Matharu, Zak Khan, Ruby, Nazia, ITV Central News team and others. www.ikonzmag.com www.myspace.com/ikonzmag Ikonz theme track: 'Hey Hey' by Swami - Used under license.
Views: 1346 IkonzMag
Editor's Choice 2007 -- Big Sky SummitShelters
 
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Of the 70-plus tents we snoozed in last year, Big Sky's shelters offered the best space to weight ratio for freestanding one- and two-person tents. Even better: You can customize your own shelter on the company's website. Editor-in-chief, Jon Dorn, and Map Editor, Kris Wagner, give us a testing report from the Pacific Crest Trail in Oregon.
Views: 8644 Backpacker Magazine
Extreme How To - Original Swanson Speed Square
 
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Matt Weber, Editor of Extremehowto.com reviews the Orginal Swanson Speed Square. For more info, go to extremehowto.com
Views: 456554 Extreme How-To Magazine
'Living History'
 
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This five and a half minute magazine piece about a unique couple that love to portray the Edwardian (1900-18) and 1920 era's unlike anything you have ever seen! The Archer's like to call themselves "Period Authenticians," meaning: every item that you see from their clothing, to the "things you don't see," are either an authentic antique (100 years old + plus) piece, or a vintage (25-99 years old) period piece; not one thing is a reproduction. So, it doesn't get much better than this in trying to capture or recreate, "the way it truly was!" Ed and Karen really enjoy doing the research of era's that they portray and it clearly shows. The Archer's used to find and occasionally sell period clothing to a wonderful store that was called Vintage Silhouettes owned by Art and Jeanen Fawcett that was located in the small city of Rodeo, California. They used to supply costumes for such period films as Titanic and Seabiscuit; the store sadly closed four years ago when the Fawcett's decided to retire. The Archer's are nationally known, and have been honored by the Ford Motor Company three years in a row; 2005-2008. The first year they were honored they drove their yellow #4 1915 Ford Speedster (one of the most complete original Ford race cars left of that era, seen in the opening and closing segments), all the way to Lincoln, Nebraska to receive their award; the race car has no seat-belts, wind-shield or headlights (will do 120 mph); let alone room to store luggage. They were in Life Magazine's year end annual for 1976 (mentioned in the video), and in the early 1980s they were on the television show 'Real People' that reporter Sarah Purcell came to interview them and rode along with the Lehto Mob. The Lehto Mob are comprised of the Archer's and their "like-minded" friends, they are a famous 1920s group that was formed in the early 1970s, and they used to perform songs on the radio and dance the "Charleston" at Turk Murphy's Earthquake McGoons in San Francisco (one of the last premiere authentic Jazz clubs in the world at the William Tell Hotel on Clay St. that moved to Pier 39; a move that deemed it's closing), and do public staged kidnappings and bank robberies; before the SLA ruined it all with really kidnapping Patrica Hearst, and those staged crowd pleasing pranks were no longer requested. This particular video won a 2007 AEGIS Award and the best documentary at SFSU. Director/Producer/Assistant Editor/Voice Over: Jeffrey Jenkins Assistant Director/Assistant Editor: Rachel Galbraith Camera/Editor: Justin Rosequites Audio/Sound Sweetener: Fey Adelstein, Chris Carter, Derek Detangel, and Patrick Van Wye. Unfortunately, a lot of the visual quality is lost in being compressed to 320x240 for this medium, but it was filmed in 1080i and can accommodate a full movie screen. The audio is fantastic so feel free to turn it up! All but two songs are performed by Ed Archer, along with "Over There," by Billy Murray (1917), and "Charleston" by Paul Whiteman Orchestra (1923), this piece carries great accurate songs from both the Edwardian and 1920's eras. If you would like more information about the Archers or the video please contact Mr. Jeffrey Jenkins at [email protected] I have four and a half hours of footage, but the project called for only five minutes. I hope to one day add to this video for we have a lot more detailed footage about the cars and the Lehto Mob. All the filming was captured in three days of eight to ten hour increments; except for the Gatsby Picnic, that was captured three months earlier. It was done with around twenty thousand dollars worth of equipment that was loaned to me (when I was a student), by the SFSU Broadcasting Dept; to which I received my degree. I'm good friends with the Archers, so I was extremely lucky and grateful to them for allowing us the opportunity to film them.
Views: 21834 Jeffrey Jenkins
Editor's Choice Green Award -- 2007
 
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A sleeping pad alone won't save us from climate change. But when a small company pioneers green-manufacturing techniques, uses sustainable materials in a unique way, and offers consumers a feel-good choice, it's a big step in the right direction, one that we hope other manufacturers follow. Not to mention, this is one damn comfortable pad.
Views: 8126 Backpacker Magazine
The Photo Shoot
 
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From POYKPAC: Life in the fashion district. (If you like it, subscribe. You'll be the first to know when we upload new videos) CREDITS Director/Writer - Ryan Hunter Editor - Ryan Hunter CAST Maggie Ross Ryan Hall Paul Whitty Taige Jensen Will Connell David Powell Ryan Hunter
Views: 8588 POYKPAC Comedy
A Day in the life of Sugar Publishing interns
 
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I am an intern at Sugar Publishing. Here is a day in my life at said company.
Views: 356 polyakk
Hipster Olympics
 
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Buy our world-renowned adult coloring book, "Coloring for Grown-Ups" on Amazon for a mere $8-ish http://www.amazon.com/Coloring-Grown-Ups-Adult-Activity-Book/dp/0452298253/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1338443318&sr=8-4 http://coloringforgrownups.com/ From POYKPAC: A battle of apathetic grandeur. *Hipster Olympics is a shameless tribute to Monty Python's "The Upperclass Twit of the Year." Let the lawsuits commence! (If you like it, subscribe. You'll be the first to know when we upload new videos) CREDITS Writers - Ryan Hunter, Taige Jensen & Maggie Ross Producers - Ryan Hunter & Jenn Lyon Cinematographer - Eric Sherertz B Camera - Jesse Patch Steadicam Operators - Morgan Jenkins & Ashley Carpenter Editor - Ryan Hunter Graphics - Ryan Hunter & Taige Jensen Voiceover - Ryan Hunter & Taige Jensen CAST Announcer Greg Berman - Taige Jensen (voice) Announcer Neil Tafoya - Ryan Hunter (voice) Reporter Conica Friesbee - Jenn Lyon Hipster #1, Sasha Pinrod III - Taige Jensen Hipster #2, Larken Trebek - Maggie Ross Hipster #3, Nolan Shelby - Ryan Hunter Hipster #4, Zac Zuro - Ryan Hall Hipster #5, Gideon Zidoushe - Dave Powell Referee Wally Masters - Will Connell Square Sean Ericsson - Eric Sherertz DISCLAIMER: POYKPAC™ and POYKPAC Sports™ have no affiliation with Pabst Brewing Company™, American Apparel™, Myspace.com™, Cocaine™, Pitchfork Media™, The Elephant 6 Recording Company™, Domino Recording Company Ltd™, EMI™, MoTown Records™, or Vice Magazine Publishing Inc.™ All products and companies portrayed were done so satirically. Also check out this deleted scene, The Ironic Moustache Grow-off, located here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yIAZJEWaW_k See also: Being a Dickhead's Cool http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lVmmYMwFj1I
Views: 3774188 POYKPAC Comedy
The Pursuit of Function
 
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Available at http://www.247motoring.com/shop/shop_showbook.php?id=pof0001&client=247Motoring A look into the subculture of true Honda Enthusiasts. These tuners are a part of a culture, which steered away from body kits, large rims, and other cosmetic accessories and focused more on clean Japanese styling and serious performance. They give us a look inside their passion and the many areas of the Honda tuning scene, their project cars, JDM style, the internet's influence on the scene, road racing and the growing problem of automotive theft. Featuring many well-known tuners including members of the infamous Southern California group FFSquad and the editors of both c16 Magazine (Former Editor Rodney Wills) and Super Street Magazine (Jonathan Wong). A real look at people who took lived and experienced a culture which made its way from the underground to the mainstream.
Views: 63008 livesockets
Xavier Serbia Ex-Integrante de Menudo en Viva Voz - Parte 3
 
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Xavier Serbia (born July, 24th 1968) in Santurce, Puerto Rico. Xavier is a former member of Menudo. He joined Menudo in 1980 and stayed with Menudo through most of Menudo's glory days. He left the group in early 1983 and was replaced by Ray Reyes. As a member of Menudo, he dueted with Miguel Cancel on the song titled "Rock en la TV" on Menudo's 8th Spanish album, Quiero Ser. Xavier sang the song titled "Formula" on Menudo's ninth Spanish album, Por Amor (1982). Currently, Xavier Serbia works as an editor and columnist in some of the most important Spanish publications in the country. He is Contributing Editor for the "Money Matters" section of "Siempre Mujer"magazine. This magazine has a circulation of 350,000 and an audience of 1.3 million readers. The magazine is published by Meredith Corporation (NYSE: MDP), one of the most important publishing company in United States. Serbia is the featured writer on Yahoo! Finance in Spanish in his very popular weekly "Conexión Dinero". Yahoo Telemundo is the #1 Hispanic website in the USA with more than 11.5 million unique visitors every month. Also, he writes his popular weekly column "El Menudo Cuenta" in the Sunday Business Magazine of "El Nuevo Día", the most important newspaper in Puerto Rico with 1.1 million daily readers. His columns are published in "El Nuevo Día Orlando", "El Diario la Prensa in Nueva York and "La Opinión" in Los Angeles, California. The Superstar Thalia invite Xavier regularly to her very popular radio show "Conexión Thalia" to give financial tips in his popular segment "Conexión Finanzas". Xavier launched XavierSerbia.com, a Spanish language financial site where he informs the Hispanic community in the US. The site include Q&A financial section "PAX", blog "La Esquina X", discussion forum "Foros", and in-depth financial opinions. In 2003, he was elected by NBC-Telemundo and Ford, to host the business series El Camino Al Triunfo where he performed as writer, advisor and host. He was subject of articles in Hispanic newspapers such as La Opinión, Reforma, El Nuevo Dia, Sun-Sentinel, Prensa y Hola Hoy, and La Raza among others. He also appeared as a commentator on such Telemundo Network shows as "Noticiero Nacional Telemundo', "Esta Mañana" and "América en Vivo", among others. Xavier completed his High School at the CUSC (Colegio Universitario del Sagrado Corazón) in Santurce, Puerto Rico, In 2006 he finished his second master degree in Financial Economics at "Trinity College". He also performs public presentations and TV interviews where he shares his knowledge and experience in the area of entrepreneurship, personal finance, and education. Para la entrevista completa al Ex-integrante de Menudo Xavier Serbia visita www.VmeTv.com
Views: 290063 Vme TV
Website Magazine - Interview with Peter Prestipino
 
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Today we look at an interview we did with Peter Prestipino, the Editor In Chief of Website Magazine - Free Web Site Trade Publication Internet Merchant Magazine - Website Industry News, Services, and Articles - http://www.websitemagazine.com/ I'm a subscriber and fan of this magazine. If you haven't checked it out yet, check out this interview and consider becoming a subscriber. It's free and a good read.
Views: 267 Sage Lewis
Advertising Age Editor Jonah Bloom on Tampa Bay's Media Talk
 
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Jonah Bloom, executive editor of Advertising Age magazine and AdAge.com, is not one of the hundreds of pundits who expect Apple's iPhone to flop, despite some of the bad press the new-fangled phone has gotten since it was available June 29. He believes that Apple is one of the few companies that can still create passion beyond logic for its products, reminding us that marketing is more than computer science. Tampa Bay's Media Talk hosts: Janet Sherer & Rob Tiisler.
Views: 402 MediaTalk
Davos Annual Meeting 2007 - The Impact of Web 2.0
 
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http://www.weforum.org/ 27.01.2007 The Impact of Web 2.0 and Emerging Social Network Models The rapid rise of online social networks is both a social and business phenomenon, the impact of which is only beginning to be understood. The consumer-powered Web 2.0 creates innovative ways for businesses to operate and people to communicate. 1) What is driving the emergence of virtual communities? Is the rapid rise in their valuations justified? 2) How are companies beginning to use social networking strategies for product and market development, as well as for communication? Caterina Fake, Founder, Flickr, USA William H. Gates III, Chairman, Microsoft Corporation, USA Chad Hurley, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, YouTube, USA Mark G. Parker, President and Chief Executive Officer, Nike, USA Viviane Reding, Commissioner, Information Society and Media, European Commission, Brussels Challenger Dennis Kneale, Managing Editor, Forbes Magazine, USA Moderated by Peter Schwartz, Chairman, Global Business Network, USA
Views: 25950 World Economic Forum
American Express: Wes Anderson
 
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Group Creative Director: Terry Finley, Chris Mitton Music Supervisor: Randall Poster Executive Producer: Robert Fernandez, Lizzie Schwartz, Dan Levinson Editor: Vincent Marchand Agency Music Producer: Sara Matarazzo Agency Producer: Rachel Watson Executive Agency Producer: Alice Mintzer Creative: David Lloyd, Dan Kroeger Executive Creative Director: David Apicella Writer: Wes Anderson Director: Wes Anderson Editorial Company: Lost Planet Editorial, Premi Production Company: Moxie Pictures Music Supervision: Search Party Client: American Express Agency: Ogilvy & Mather, New York
Views: 35520 Justonespot
One-on-One With Inc. columnist Norm Brodsky Part 5
 
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On June 19, 2007, NY REPORT editor Rob Levin went one-on-one with legendary entrepreneur, Inc. magazine columnist and small business guru Norm Brodsky. In front of a captivated audience of 150, Norm shared his wisdom regarding critical issues that entrepreneurs face and his secrets to growing a successful business.
Views: 586 jlinney
Chris Anderson (Wired): Technology's Long Tail
 
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http://www.ted.com Chris Anderson, the editor of WIRED, explores the four key stages of any viable technology: setting the right price, gaining market share, displacing an established technology and, finally, becoming ubiquitous. TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers are invited to give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes -- including speakers such as Jill Bolte Taylor, Sir Ken Robinson, Hans Rosling, Al Gore and Arthur Benjamin. TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, and Design, and TEDTalks cover these topics as well as science, business, politics and the arts. Watch the Top 10 TEDTalks on TED.com, at http://www.ted.com/index.php/talks/top10
Views: 28424 TED
Jim O'Quinn in Conversation at Towson University Part 1/6
 
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Part 1 of 6. Editor of American Theatre Magazine talks to graduate student attending the MFA in Theatre Atrs at Towson University, MD.
Views: 641 TUMFATHEATRE
One-on-One With Inc. columnist Norm Brodsky Part 4
 
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On June 19, 2007, NY REPORT editor Rob Levin went one-on-one with legendary entrepreneur, Inc. magazine columnist and small business guru Norm Brodsky. In front of a captivated audience of 150, Norm shared his wisdom regarding critical issues that entrepreneurs face and his secrets to growing a successful business.
Views: 441 jlinney
James Wade - 2008/2009 Portfolio Reel
 
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James Wade video reel (Song: "Way of LIfe" by stic.man of dead prez) Bio: James Wade, b. March 1st 1982, Elk City Oklahoma. A Director, Editor, Cinematographer ,Multi-Media Producer & Emcee, his work has impacted a large audience in a short time. After a few years of collaberation with LAFCO ( L.A Filmmakers Co-Op) , which came through Chris Cronin & Cody Lucich, a vibrant film career followed soon thereafter. Connecting his Watts family with the film, James Wade along w/ Savage Beast and The Truth Ent. , brought the world a weekly dvd / online magazine called "REEL TALK" which was based around the people, art and reality of life in the Jordan Downs Projects, Watts CA. ( myspace.com/reeltalkmagazine) Now fresh off a N. American tour with LAFCO,the 25 year old filmmaker has been creating videos with the likes of dead preaz, 2pac's Outlawz, Dungeon Family, Goodie Mob, Talib Kweli,Pastor Troy,Yung Joc, David Banner,Young Jeezy,JT The Bigga Figga,Freeway,J. Wells, Slick Rick, Fishbone, Thw Watts Prophets,Organized Noize, Oliver Stone, Don Cannon,Saul Williams, Russell Simmons and many more... Currently James Wade resides in Atlanta GA, CEO of his new company UP DA GAME Ent. with co-ceo / Producer Luca Brazi. James Wade's new focus is to "keep it international" and go global with the video productions, providing meaningful, "ahead of it's time" work, right now. extra tags: up da game ent talib kweli stic.man m1 umi raye sheen atlanta los angeles divine forces radio cashville,Big Vision, Malachi,ATL.A,Metamorphosis,50 cent,snap,goodie mob,
Views: 7923 JamesWade
Meteor TV-commercial Science Illustrated Wetenschap in Beeld
 
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TV-commercial for Science Illustrated Magazine. VoiceOver: 'With Science Illustrated nothing will surpise you anymore.' 'Because where else you'll read all about meteorites, design-doping and the secrets of the Pyramid of the Sun. Buy it now!' Creatives: Ingo Mettes, Geert Ploeger, Jeroen van Zwam, Marcel Hartog Agency: Publicis Amsterdam Production Company: 25FPS Director: Tim Oliehoek Special FX: PlanetX - Dennis Kleyn Editor: Chiel Muller Length: 25" Language: Dutch Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Views: 6849 Ingo Mettes
INQUIRER.net Video: VMV CEO on using Web to expand business
 
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MANILA, Philippines--Laura Verallo de Bertotto, CEO of VMV Hypoallergenics, shares how the Web enabled her company to expand its business and address the needs of customers worldwide at the Philippine Internet Commerce Society's 5th National E-Commerce Congress and Exhibit on March 15, 2007. Video taken by INQUIRER.net gaming and multimedia editor Joey Alarilla.
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Comic Book News and Reviews:Pulp Secret Report 05/15/07
 
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We get the scoop on the groundbreaking new comic, A.D: After the Deluge, from author/artist Josh Neufeld and Smith Magazine editor Larry Smith. Lots of cool graphic novels out this week, including Mouse Guard, Batman Black and White: Volume Three, and The Plain Janes. For insight on the latter, we spoke to creators Cecil Castellucci and Jim Rugg.
Views: 5493 PulpSecret
Bud.TV's Monday Launch and Advertising Online
 
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Bud.TV's Monday Launch is Emblematic of Big Advertising Switch Online, Declares AdAge Editor-in-Chief Scott Donaton -- New York Times Magazine Features "BrewTube" this Sunday.... Scott Donaton has been at AdvertisingAge for nearly 20 years -- starting out as the magazine beat reporter and now editor in chief. He's seen the gradual migration of advertising from traditional media to online and anticipates a big acceleration this year. Scott told me that the Bud.TV online channel, a promotional platform for Budweiser, is an indication of big brands making substantial, longterm investments in online brand building and advertising sales. (Update on Scott -- he's just been named publisher of Ad Age. Congrats!) Lorne Manly of The New York Times has very positive piece in this coming Sunday's New York Times Magazine about the site, which is not at all beer-focused. The video on the site go live on Monday. ClickZ has some additional information from Zachary Rodgers about the channel and its $30 million budget. Check it out. See this video on Beet.TV: http://www.beet.tv/2007/02/budtvs_monday_l.html
Views: 960 BeetTV
Whitney's Flare internship video
 
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Whitney makes a pitch for being the ultimate Flare intern!
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Distant
 
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Anime: Byousoku (5cm Per Second) Music: Far Away by Nickelback Programs Used: Magix Movie Edit Pro 12, Particle Illusion Editor: Turdle (Me) Please rate, comment and subscribe. If you have any questions feel free to message me. =) Disclaimer: This video is in no way associated with the anime company or music artist in any way whatsoever.
Views: 2402 turdle
Levi's 'Dangerous Liaison'
 
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Agency: BBH, London Creative Director: Caroline Pay Agency Producer: Davud Karbassioun Art Director: Steve Wakelam (art direction), Dean Wei (typography) Production Company: Rattling Stick Director: Ringan Ledwidge Producer: Sally Humphries DP: Alwin Kuchler Post Production: The Mill, London Audio Post: Aaron Reynolds @ Wave Offline Editor: Richard Orrick @ Work Music: "Strange Love", Little Annie www.rattlingstick.com
Views: 719275 Rattling Stick
Mainstream Media Must go Multimedia or Perish
 
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Mainstream Media Must go Multimedia or Perish, says Tony Perkins of AlwaysOn -- "Startup.com," Documentary about the Dotcom Boom is On Google Video Tony Perkins is a pioneering publisher from Silicon Valley who launched Upside, then Red Herring magazine. I met Tony in 1999 when my firm handled PR for Red Herring. We also handled his 1999 book about the looming dot-com collapse, "The Internet Bubble." You should read Tony's column about the dangers of hype in the current boom. About four years ago, he launched one of the first business-focused social networking sites called AlwaysOn. Last year, he introduced the AlwaysOn magazine. In addition, his company organizes high level conferences in Palo Alto, Hollywood and recently threw its first in New York -- which was a big success. I caught up with Tony at the New York conference late lastTony Perkins is a pioneering publisher from Silicon Valley who launched Upside, then Red Herring magazine. I met Tony in 1999 when my firm handled PR for Red Herring. We also handled his 1999 book about the looming dot-com collapse, "The Internet Bubble." You should read Tony's column about the dangers of hype in the current boom. About four years ago, he launched one of the first business-focused social networking sites called AlwaysOn. Last year, he introduced the AlwaysOn magazine. In addition, his company organizes high level conferences in Palo Alto, Hollywood and recently threw its first in New York -- which was a big success. I caught up with Tony at the New York conference late last month. In our talk, he urges mainstream media to become fully multimedia and to embrace content by readers and viewers. Tony explains that AlwaysOn has undergone a complete redesign which provides several community channels. He also introduces the new host of AlwaysOn videos, Adrianna Gascoigne. As you may know, Beet.TV provides clips to AlwaysOn on a daily basis. There is no business arrangement between us. It has been a great way to build visibility for Beet.TV among Tony's hugely influential audience. We are delighted to be associated with Tony and his growing brand. See this video on Beet.TV: http://www.beet.tv/2007/02/mainstream_medi.html
Views: 1046 BeetTV
Weltwirtschaftsforum 2007 - The Impact of Web 2.0
 
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http://www.weforum.org/ The Impact of Web 2.0 and Emerging Social Network Models The rapid rise of online social networks is both a social and business phenomenon, the impact of which is only beginning to be understood. The consumer-powered Web 2.0 creates innovative ways for businesses to operate and people to communicate. 1) What is driving the emergence of virtual communities? Is the rapid rise in their valuations justified? 2) How are companies beginning to use social networking strategies for product and market development, as well as for communication? Caterina Fake, Founder, Flickr, USA William H. Gates III, Chairman, Microsoft Corporation, USA Chad Hurley, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, YouTube, USA Mark G. Parker, President and Chief Executive Officer, Nike, USA Viviane Reding, Commissioner, Information Society and Media, European Commission, Brussels Challenger Dennis Kneale, Managing Editor, Forbes Magazine, USA Moderated by Peter Schwartz, Chairman, Global Business Network, USA
Views: 1652 World Economic Forum
David Finn- Air date: 10-06-05
 
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David Finn. Mr. Finn has had an outstanding career spanning more than fifty years as a key executive in the field of public relations and as a widely published author. As co-founder and CEO of Ruder Finn, Inc., one of the largest independent public relations firms in the world, he has been a leader in exploring the ethical and philosophical dimensions of public relations as well as in creating innovative approaches that have enhanced its effectiveness and broadened its contributions. He is also an accomplished photographer of sculpture, a painter and a writer on art, with over 70 books to his credit. Clients of Ruder Finn have included many Fortune 500 corporations as well as privately-held companies, trade associations, foreign governments and agencies, colleges and universities and not-for-profit organizations. Mr. Finn has played a major role in the work the firm has done for international clients in France, Greece, Japan, Israel, Italy, New Zealand, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and other countries. He has been an advisor to the World Bank, and in the United States has been involved in programs for the White House, the United Nations and various government agencies including the Federal Reserve Board. He has written a periodic column for Roll Call, the newspaper of the Congress, and articles by him have been published in Forbes, Fortune, Harper's, the Saturday Review, the Harvard Business Review, the California Business Review, Across the Board, Management Review, and Reader's Digest. He produced a series of public service ads on "The Art of Leadership" for Forbes magazine. His book, Public Relations and Management, published by Reinhold, has been translated into several languages including Japanese, Spanish and Arabic. The Corporate Oligarch, published by Simon & Schuster, has also been translated into Japanese. An advisor to clients on major public issues, he has counseled senior executives and government officials on matters involving the environment, education, the arts, public health, nutrition, minorities and the economy. He has lectured and presented papers on public relations and communications at the American Assembly; the Conference of Science, Philosophy and Religion; Columbia University Graduate School of Business; Drexel University; International Association of Business Communicators; American Library Association; the Atomic Industrial Forum. For many years he was adjunct professor of public relations at New York University, and he taught a course, "The CEO as a Whole Man," at the New School for Social Research. Books on art that Mr. Finn has written include How to Visit a Museum, How to Look at Sculpture, How to Look at Photographs and How to Look at Everything (all published by Harry N. Abrams, Inc.). His photographic books have been devoted to different periods of history, including ancient Egypt, classical Greece, and western art from the 12th-20th centuries. Mr. Finn's photographs and paintings have been shown in several one-man exhibitions at the Yale Center for British Art in New Haven, the Musee de Cluny and l'Orangerie in Paris, the American Cultural Center in Madrid, the Art Gallery of Toronto, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, and in galleries in Chicago, Los Angeles, London, Paris and New York. Mr. Finn was formerly Chairman of the Board of Cedar Crest College, and a member of the board of directors of the Institute for the Future. He is on the board of the Academy of American Poets; The American Forum for Global Education; The New Hope Foundation; MUSE Film and Television; and is Treasurer of the Business Committee for the Arts. He is a former editor-in-chief of Sculpture Review magazine. Mr. Finn is a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and was appointed by President Clinton as a member of the Advisory Council for the National Endowment for the Humanities. A graduate of The College of the City of New York, Mr. Finn and his wife live in New Rochelle, New York, and have four children and ten grandchildren.
Views: 2531 Harold Channer
Backpacker Magazine SkillsCast: Build A Tent Footprint
 
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Backpacker magazine shows you how to build a plastic footprint for your tent--a skill taken from the Jan/Feb 2007 issue. Associate editor Jason Stevenson explains the nine steps to create a footprint, including how to cut webbing and punch grommets. Learn more Skills at www.backpacker.com.
Views: 149708 Backpacker Magazine

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