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Vogue: A day in the life
 
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Vogue: A day in the life As London Fashion Week kicks off, follow market editor at British Vogue, Emma Elwick-Bates as she prepares for a photo shoot and represents Vogue at Fashion's Night Out Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=theguardian
Views: 575551 The Guardian
Company Magazine Style - Episode 10 - Britain and Ireland's Next Top Model Cycle 7
 
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Styling conversation with the editor and fashion editor of Company Magazine.
Views: 442 xTheTopModelsx
TEDxCarthage - Aboubakr Jamaï - Folie 2.0, Folie de croire en nous-même
 
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Aboubakr Jamaï is the founder and editor of the Moroccan weekly magazine Le Journal Hebdomadaire. Jamaï began his career in finance, co-founding Morocco's first independent investment bank in 1993. After two years advising international emerging market funds with holdings in North Africa, the company, Upline Securities, became the first Moroccan-based bank ever selected to manage a privatization project in Morocco. In 1996, M. Jamaï joined the Executive Secretariat of the Middle East and North Africa Economic Summit as a financial and economic adviser. This organization was set up by the sponsors of the Middle East peace process to foster economic cooperation in the region. He co-founded Le Journal and Assahifa in 1997 and 1998. Since 2008, he is visiting Scholar at the University of San Diego where he teaches courses on Political Islam and Politics in The Middle East. His articles were published in The New York Times, Time Magazine, El Pais, Le Monde, Le Monde Diplomatique. Aboubakr Jamaï won the Committee To Protect Journalists' International Press Freedom Award in 2003. In January 2008, he won the first Newhouse School of communication at Syracuse University's "Tully Center Free Speech Award". In December 2010, he won the Gebran Tueni Award, the annual prize of the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA). Jamaï has been selected by the World Economic Forum as a Young Global Leader for 2005. He was a Yale World Fellow in 2004 at Yale University. He was a Nieman Fellow in 2007 at the Nieman Foundation for Journalism and a Mason Fellow in 2008 at Harvard University. M. Jamaï holds a Master of Business Administration from Oxford University's Saïd Business School and a Master of Public Administration from Harvard Kennedy School.
Views: 14317 TEDx Talks
Elisabeth Meinecke & Katie Pavlich on NRANews Cam & Company
 
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Townhall Magazine Deputy Managing Editor Elisabeth Meinecke and Townhall.com News Editor Katie Pavlich recently appeared on NRANews Cam & Company to discuss the news of the week and the special 9/11 issue of Townhall Magazine.
Views: 2954 Townhall Media
Behind the Scenes of Anuvahood shoot for Flavour Magazine
 
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Spotlight UK filmed exclusive behind the scenes footage of Flavour Magazine's photoshoot of the cast of the upcoming Urban Comedy - Anuvahood. Members of the cast including Adam Deacon were all interviewed by Flavour Magazine editor Annika Allen and Neetu Sahota the winner of Miss Flavour 2010. Production Company: Spotligh UK (Shujat Miah, Ben Mintram and Jonathan George) Produced by Munsur Ali Directed and Edited by Ben Peters
Views: 5555 SpotlightUKTV
The world's 200 largest construction companies
 
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Chris Sleight, editor of International Construction magazine, looks at the World's 200 largest construction companies. This year's ranking of the world's 200 largest construction companies has seen China's largest contractors solidify their position at the top of the table, taking four of the top five places. Further down the ranking there have also been significant gains for smaller Chinese contractors.
Views: 16554 KHL Group
DIY Manufacturing: Run Your Own Factory from the Comfort of Your Living Room
 
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Complete Premium video at: http://fora.tv/conference/wired_business_conference_2011 WIRED editor-in-chief Chris Anderson and Autodesk CEO Carl Bass discuss the future of 3D printing, and how amateur designers may soon be able to build resource-intensive products like furniture using remote but cost-effective tools. ----- The New Industrial Revolution: How Web Innovation Models Are Transforming Manufacturing. Featuring Carl Bass, President & CEO, Autodesk, in conversation with Chris Anderson. Carl Bass is president and chief executive officer of Autodesk, the world's leading maker of design software for the architecture, engineering, and entertainment industries. The company's products range from its flagship AutoCAD program to digital modeling and prototyping tools for industry. Autodesk's CG apps have been used on every movie that's won the Academy Award for Visual Effects in the past 15 years, from Titanic to Avatar. Under Bass' leadership the California-based firm has been repeatedly honored by Fast Company as one of the world's most innovative companies. Chris Anderson is editor in chief of WIRED magazine, a position he's held since 2001. During his tenure, the magazine has received eight National Magazine Awards and seven additional nominations. It won the prestigious top prize for general excellence in 2005, 2007, and 2009. In 2009, Adweek honored WIRED as its Magazine of the Decade.
Views: 15778 FORA.tv
Introducing Sara Schneider, Wine Editor for Sunset Magazine
 
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Sara Schneider is the Wine Editor of Sunset Magazine and selects the wines for the monthly shipments for Sunset Wine Club. Here she introduces herself and explains how she landed this wonderful job. http://bit.ly/SunsetWineClub
Views: 441 VintageWineEstates
Powering the People -- Bill Taylor
 
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In this keynote address, William C. Taylor, Founding Editor of Fast Company Magazine and author of such books as Practically Radical: Not-So-Crazy ways to Transform Your Company, Shake Up Your Industry, and Challenge Yourself, describes the business environment facing utilities today, an era he refers to as "the age of disruption." To succeed in an era of transformative technologies, rising costs, and accelerating competition, Mr. Taylor contends that utility leaders must not be content with incremental improvements in established business practices, but must embrace change and transform their companies into organizations that represent deeply held customer values.
Views: 2791 EEITV
Interview with Ellen McGrit of Fast Company and Bonin Bough of Pepsico at SXSW
 
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Fast Company Magazine's Senior Innovation Editor Ellen McGrit and Pepsi's Social Media and Digital Director Bonin Bough interviewed by Katja Presnal of SkimbacoLifestyle.com at 2011 SXSW conference in Austin, TX. Their view of the largest trends at SXSW and how passion fuels the conference and how companies can use social media for social good.
Views: 183 skimbaco
Electronica Day 3 [yt]
 
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In this Content Mint created corporate trade show booth video, an magazine editor interviews the company CEO about the company's acquisitions. This is a a bit more than a basic interview format Trade Show Booth Video because of the specially shot introduction featuring locations around Munich.
Views: 72 Content Mint
Hipcricket CEO Ivan Braiker
 
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Hipcricket CEO Ivan Braiker is interviewed by Radio Ink magazine editor Ed Ryan about the company surpassing the 130,000 campaign mark.
Views: 608 Radio Ink
EYES IN Interviews Egon von Greyerz of GoldSwitzerland
 
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EYES IN Magazine Editor-in-Chief Vivian van Dijk interviews Mr. Egon von Greyerz from GoldSwitzerland (http://goldswitzerland.com). Read more about the company and their practices, and another extensive interview with Mr. Von Greyerz when issue 10 hits the Apple Newsstand soon. EYES IN offers readers a look into the world's innovative creators and their masterpieces. As both a magazine and art collector's buying guide, EYES IN spotlights fields of art, books, design, architecture, film, fashion, music, photography, culture, culinary arts, real estate, and travel. EYES IN delves into the respective insights, disciplines, pieces, and peoples of each field in easy-access formats, such as digital issues and mobile publishing solutions. We aim to provide both accessibility and exclusivity to creators, collectors, gallery owners, art institutions, corporate sponsors, fashion houses, publishing houses, film production companies, and education facilities. EYES IN offers readers the latest trend updates and innovations in each field. Visit http://eyesin.com for more information. Connect with us! http://facebook.com/eyesinmagazine http://twitter.com/eyesinmagazine http://flickr.com//eyesinmagazine
Views: 567 eyesinmag
Schools Design Programme 2011
 
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The IPC Media Schools' Design Programme aims to open up the world of magazine design to young people. Students complete 20 hours of magazine design training and take part in a work simulation. The programme culminates in a one-week placement at IPC, where students work alongside an art editor on one of the company's magazines.
Views: 47 ipcmedia
Dime Mag
 
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For our Age of Content project, Michael John and Ellen spoke with Dime Magazine West Coast writer and editor Jack Jensen about how the print media company has transitioned to the world of new media.
Views: 15 John Wilkinson
Limelight Magazine Website Launch
 
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Limelight Magazine Editor, Francis Merson, discusses the launch of www.limelightmagazine.com.au
Views: 753 LimelightMagazineAU
Company Casting Call With River Island 2011
 
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We want YOU to star in Company Magazine! Visit http://www.styleinsider.riverisland.com to apply for your chance to appear in the May issue of Company Magazine. Be sure to watch this video first though as the editor of Company, Victoria White, will be giving you a few tips for success in the competition. You can also find River Island at: http://www.facebook.com/RiverIsland http://www.twitter.com/River_Island
Views: 1954 River Island
SRB Solutions at AMC 2011
 
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Karen Menehan, editor in chief of MASSAGE Magazine, talks to Stephanie Beck, consultant extraordinaire, about her new company, SRB Solutions. For more information, visit http://www.srbsolutions.net.
Views: 68 MASSAGE Magazine
Yamaha Jet Boat Maneuverability
 
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Boating Magazine Editor Randy Vance looks at the benefits of Yamaha Jet Boats for maneuvering at slow speeds and in various docking configurations. Vance provides tips and pointers to help you drive like a pro and take advantage of Yamaha's internal propulsion drivetrain. Welcome to Yamaha's Official Watercraft YouTube Channel! Click here to subscribe! https://goo.gl/ErdikY Let’s Connect! Yamaha Boats → http://www.yamahaboats.com Yamaha WaveRunners → http://www.yamahawaverunners.com WaveRunner Facebook → https://www.facebook.com/yamaha.waverunner Boat Facebook→ https://www.facebook.com/yamaha.boat Instagram → http://www.instagram.com/yamahaboating Twitter → https://twitter.com/yamahaboating
Views: 748278 yamahawatercraftusa
HIMSS11 Recap: Mark Hagland, Editor in Chief, Healthcare Informatics
 
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Mark Hagland, Editor in Chief of Healthcare Informatics, talks with Billian's HealthDATA/Porter Research about the magazine's upcoming edition of its annual list of 100 Healthcare IT Companies. (http://www.PorterResearch.com)
Views: 116 billianpub
The Business of Design - Designer Panel Discussion
 
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Join WSI Designer Marketplace and The Editor at Large as we listen to established design professionals Celerie Kemble, Brad Ford, Keith Granet and Michelle Adams of Lonny magazine share their expertise on how to develop and grow your interior design business. Panel discussion led by renown design publicist Elizabeth Blitzer. For more information: http://www.wsidesignermarketplace.com/content/designer/design_pulse/design_blog/editortv_business_of_design.html
Marketing on the Sunshine Coast with Business Matters Magazine!
 
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http://www.businessmattersmagazine.com.au Business Matters Magazine managing editor/owner Vickie Magic has done it again, as well as recently winning the Sunshine Coast Business Women's Network, University of Sunshine Coast, "Mirco Business Woman of the Year", we are very excited to share that she has now won the Caloundra Chamber Industry Awards, "Outstanding Business Person of the Year" - We are very proud and excited to share this news.
Views: 44 Dave Massingham
Air Pollution Control Magazine - Message from the Editor!
 
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Pollution, Education, Air, EPA, Engineers, Managers, Coordinators, plant engineers, design engineers, EPA Compliance Officers, Regulator Affairs Managers, Batteries / Carbon, Chemicals, Coating Services, Engineering Firms, Food, Hazardous Waste, Manufacturing, Plastic, Petroleum, Paper, Rubber, Sawmills, Steel Mills,
Views: 188 cscpublishing
Bill Gates on Energy Innovation
 
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The Fukushima nuclear disaster notwithstanding, technology entrepreneur Bill Gates would still bet on nuclear power as the energy source of the near future. In a timely and interesting conversation from the 2011 WIRED Business Conference Wired, Gates points out that the nuclear plants of the future are not even remotely similar to the obsolete Fukushima design. There will be entirely new ways of ensuring plant safety. It is now possible to simulate on a supercomputer all the possible scenarios: earthquakes, tsunamis and other disasters in order to design and construct flawless systems. The problem is that these "perfect" technologies -- some of them funded by Gates himself -- are not quite available for deployment. Not today, and not for many years to come. So, what do we do in the meantime? Bill Gates is speaking here with WIRED Magazine editor Chris Anderson. Bill Gates is chairman of the computer software giant, Microsoft Corporation. Since 2008, Gates no longer has a day-to-day role in the company, spending more time on his global health and education work at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Chris Anderson is editor in chief of WIRED magazine, a position he's held since 2001. He is the author of two New York Times bestsellers, "The Long Tail" and "Free: The Future of a Radical Price". He is also one of the founders of Booktour.com, a free online service that connects authors on tour with potential audiences. In 2007, he was named in Time Magazine's annual Top 100 list of the most influential people in the world. Before joining WIRED, Anderson served as US business editor, Asia business editor, and technology editor at The Economist. He began his media career as an editor at the two premier science journals, "Nature" and "Science". From the ABC's Big Ideas program. A free MP4 is available here: http://www.abc.net.au/tv/bigideas/stories/2011/10/04/3331828.htm My blog: http://ianmcpherson.com/blog/
Views: 40852 Ian McPherson
Jade Company Magazine Shoot
 
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Behind the scenes of Jade's Company Mag shoot.
Views: 828 xTheTopModelsx
Fortune magazine editor gives tips on how to approach sources
 
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Nina Easton, Washington editor for Fortune magazine, provides communications students at Elon University tips on how to approach sources.
Rencontre à l'Auberge avec Patricia Gajo
 
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L'Auberge Saint-Gabriel welcomes Patricia Gajo, who wears many hats, from blogger for the Montreal Buzz to Montreal editor of Fashion magazine to running her own corporate content company for a lunch prepared by chef Eric Gonzalez.
Views: 507 AubergeSaintGabriel
Inside Kung Fu Magazine is Dead. RIP 01/11/2011
 
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On Jan 11, 2011 Beckett Media the parent company of Inside Kung Fu Magazine cancelled the publication. That day I was on the phone with Editor Dave Cater to compile photos for a story due in the May issue when he said, "Bob, I don't know how to tell you; they killed Inside Kung Fu, they killed the magazine!" IKF has been around since the 1970s. I grew up with this magazine. I even grew up writing for this magazine over the last 27 years. I will miss IKF very much. Farewell.
Views: 3452 Robert Dreeben
Dime Mag 6
 
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For our Age of Content project, Michael John and Ellen spoke with Dime Magazine West Coast writer and editor Jack Jensen about how the print media company has transitioned to the world of new media. In this clip Jack talks about the way that Dime uses Twitter and Facebook as a "soundboard" for pushing content that their readers are interested and interacting with their fans.
Views: 25 John Wilkinson
PVW - Iron Man Modelling School
 
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Take a sneak peak 'behind the scenes' of Rob Goodwin's big turbo Audi A4 photo shoot, coming to a PVW near you... Find PVW on Facebook - facebook.com/​PerformanceVWMagazine Client Company: Performance VW Magazine Production Company: CGFilm Director: Marcus Sweeney-Bird Editor: Marcus Sweeney-Bird Thanks: Elliott Roberts for PVW Magazine Photography by Si Gray Wheels by Rotiform Bags by AirLift Trim by MJ Interiors Stance by G Werks Audio by Studio InCar Audio: Kid Koala, Left Side Handsome Boy Modeling School, Modeling Sucks Handsome Boy Modeling School, Look At This Face
Views: 6711 Performance VW
Video Editing Company in Scottsdale, Arizona: Sample Commercial, Phoenix, AZ Video Editor
 
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Video by http://www.develop4u.com. Video presentation produced and edited by Creative Developments. Client: C-PEC Coin & Professional Equipment Company. This commercial video presentation was developed for a YouTube presentation. Produced utilizing provided materials: client produced digital video, V.O. Script, edit log. Edited in Adobe Premiere. Creative Developments is a video editing company located in Scottsdale, AZ, servicing Tempe, the entire Phoenix area, the East Valley in Arizona and beyond.
Mark Keefe - Editor-in-Chief of American Rifleman Magazine
 
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Cam Edwards talks to Mark Keefe who takes questions from our listeners and viewers about guns, gear, ammo, etc - NRA News - February 3, 2011 - http://www.NRANews.com
Views: 613 NRA
EYES IN Magazine Interviews Innovative Creator Ed Potokar
 
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EYES IN Magazine Editor-in-Chief Vivian van Dijk interviews innovative creator and musician Ed Potokar. Don't be fulled by the beginning of the video! The music included is unique and inventive. EYES IN offers readers a look into the world's innovative creators and their masterpieces. As both a magazine and art collector's buying guide, EYES IN spotlights fields of art, books, design, architecture, film, fashion, music, photography, culture, culinary arts, real estate, and travel. EYES IN delves into the respective insights, disciplines, pieces, and peoples of each field in easy-access formats, such as digital issues and mobile publishing solutions. We aim to provide both accessibility and exclusivity to creators, collectors, gallery owners, art institutions, corporate sponsors, fashion houses, publishing houses, film production companies, and education facilities. EYES IN offers readers the latest trend updates and innovations in each field. Visit http://eyesin.com for more information. Connect with us! http://facebook.com/eyesinmagazine http://twitter.com/eyesinmagazine http://flickr.com//eyesinmagazine
Views: 389 eyesinmag
Tannaci Wheelbase NYC Episode 3: "The Broadway Bomb"
 
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Riviera Enthusiast Dave Tannaci hits up the streets of NYC with Wheelbase Magazine editor at large, Marcus Bandy. They hook up with many friends along the way and roll in The Broadway Bomb with style. . . make sure to check out the 2 previous episodes at www.skateriviera.com and www.wheelbasemag.com Filmed by: Marcus Bandy Edited by: Andrew Parker ENJOY THE RIDE!
Views: 4989 wheelbasemag
Meet Brian Farnham, Editor-In-Chief at Patch - Best Job Ever with Veronica Belmont
 
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How to develop in the hyperlocal content web. Best Job Ever with Veronica Belmont. Patch.com's Editor-In-Chief, Brian Farnham,and VP Product Management, Tony Brancato, discuss how their engineering team tackles hyperlocal content management, the shift of journalism in our changing tech landscape, and how paying attention to things at the local level can help you get the Best Job Ever.
Views: 12179 Dice
Eyes In Magazine Interviews Artist Jan Christensen
 
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Eyes In Magazine Editor-in-Chief Vivian van Dijk reviews work by innovative artist Jan Christensen at Art Basel. Eyes In offers readers a look into the world's innovative creators and their masterpieces. As both a magazine and art collector's buying guide, Eyes in spotlights fields of art, books, design, architecture, film, fashion, music, photography, culture, culinary arts, real estate, and travel. Eyes in delves into the respective insights, disciplines, pieces, and peoples of each field in easy-access formats, such as digital issues and mobile publishing solutions. We aim to provide both accessibility and exclusivity to creators, collectors, gallery owners, art institutions, corporate sponsors, fashion houses, publishing houses, film production companies, and education facilities. Eyes in offers readers the latest trend updates and innovations in each field. Vsit http://eyesin.com for more information. Connect with us! http://facebook.com/eyesinmagazine http://twitter.com/eyesinmagazine http://flickr.com/photos/eyesinmagazine
Views: 278 eyesinmag
Eyes In Magazine Reviews Artist Clare Woods
 
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Eyes In Magazine Editor-in-Chief Vivian van Dijk and Madeleine Bessborough (New Art Centre in Salisbury, England) review work by innovative artist Clare Woods. Eyes In offers readers a look into the world's innovative creators and their masterpieces. As both a magazine and art collector's buying guide, Eyes in spotlights fields of art, books, design, architecture, film, fashion, music, photography, culture, culinary arts, real estate, and travel. Eyes in delves into the respective insights, disciplines, pieces, and peoples of each field in easy-access formats, such as digital issues and mobile publishing solutions. We aim to provide both accessibility and exclusivity to creators, collectors, gallery owners, art institutions, corporate sponsors, fashion houses, publishing houses, film production companies, and education facilities. Eyes in offers readers the latest trend updates and innovations in each field. Vsit http://eyesin.com for more information. Connect with us! http://facebook.com/eyesinmagazine http://twitter.com/eyesinmagazine http://flickr.com/photos/eyesinmagazine
Views: 866 eyesinmag
Dime Mag 3
 
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For our Age of Content project, Michael John and Ellen spoke with Dime Magazine West Coast writer and editor Jack Jensen about how the print media company has transitioned to the world of new media. In this clip Jack talks about how Dime has formed close relationships with young up and coming stars through their content and how it helps them.
Views: 21 John Wilkinson
Susan L. Taylor Shares Characteristics of Successful People | What's The 411
 
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http://www.whatsthe411.com - Susan L. Taylor, Essence Magazine, Executive Editor spoke with What’s The 411’s co-host Amelia Moore about how to continue to elevate ourselves for greatness, as well as, characteristics needed for entrepreneurship. Some of the keys that Ms. Taylor pointed to include the importance of having faith in ourselves, knowing our history, strengths, and know that the spirit within us is human and divine. Circa 1995 This interview is one of a series of interviews produced by What's The 411? Networks, a digital media, marketing, and entertainment company, based in Brooklyn, NY. A creator of original video content, What's The 411 Networks' television show features interviews with numerous celebrated personalities. Subscribe to our YouTube channel, WhatsThe411TV
Views: 620 WhatsThe411TV
Caterham Supersport - evo Magazine
 
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Nick Trott, EVO's editor takes the Caterham SS for a spin around the local roads near EVO Towers.
Views: 23995 EVO
designer LEE BROOM in conversation with Domingo Robledo, editor (inside) magazine - PART 3
 
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At 17 Brit product & interior design star Lee Broom won a fashion design competition & asked judge Vivienne Westwood for her autograph - instead she wrote her phone number. From a career start in Westwood's studio, to studying fashion at Central St Martins London - Lee Broom shares a very entertaining story of how his career segued from theatre, to fashion to his current role as a leading proponent of the British Interior design scene. full interview & images here - http://thesnapassembly.com/design/interview-lee-broom-designer
Rural Official's Letter to John Deere: Editor's Blog 12-13-11
 
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Executive editor of Farm Equipment magazine, Dave Kanicki, takes a look at a letter that a group of rural officials sent to John Deere, urging the company to drop their campaign against LightSquared. He gives his thoughts on the matter and what he thinks the implications of this could be to the industry as a whole. http://www.farm-equipment.com/pages/Industry-News---Rural-Officials-Urge-John-Deere-to-Drop-Campaign-Against-LightSquared.php
Views: 176 Farm Equipment
MITEF VLab Pitch Don't Spin- How to Create Buzz Around Your Start-up  10 13 2011
 
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Thu, 10/13/2011 - 5:30pm - 8:00pm One Union Square Boardroom 600 University Street Seattle, WA See map: Google Maps Meet Seattle's tech media and learn the tricks of the news trade Sponsored by: So your start-up has been in stealth mode for a while, and you're ready for prime time. Now what? Creating the right buzz in the marketplace around your new venture is essential to attract additional investment, customers, partners, and talent. And it doesn't have to break the bank either. Come meet Seattle's tech media, and learn the tricks of the news trade during an insightful moderated panel discussion featuring: John Cook, Co-founder, GeekWire. John Cook writes about startups, entrepreneurs, mobile technologies, social networking, online commerce, geek culture and many other topics for GeekWire. He has been covering the technology beat in the region for more than a decade, working for the Eastside Journal and the Seattle Post-Intelligencer before co-founding TechFlash.com, the Puget Sound Business Journal's technology news site, where he worked as executive editor. A native of Wooster, Ohio, he got his start in journalism in high school, with a part-time job compiling obituary and election information for the Akron Beacon Journal, where his mom was a reporter. He graduated from Gettysburg College with a degree in history, earning Phi Beta Kappa recognition and Academic All-American honors in soccer. John's interests include backpacking, bicycling, running and watching English Premier League soccer. He lives in Seattle with his wife Holly, son Jack and dog Henry. Mike Davidson, Vice President, Social News, msnbc.com and CEO, Newsvine. Mike Davidson is founder and CEO of Seattle-based Newsvine, now a wholly-owned subsidiary of msnbc.com. Mike is responsible for both the day-to-day operations of Newsvine.com as well as community integration efforts between Newsvine and MSNBC. Before co-founding Newsvine, Mike worked as Art Director and Manager of Media Product Development at both ESPN and the Walt Disney Internet Group and studied business at the University of Washington and Oxford University in England. Brier Dudley, Technology Columnist, Seattle Times. Brier Dudley offers a critical look at technology and business issues affecting the Northwest in a weekly Seattle Times column published on Mondays and a blog appearing throughout the week at www.seattletimes.com. Brier previously covered Microsoft for five years. A third-generation Seattleite, he received a BA in English from Whitman College and studied film production in Italy before starting a career in newspapers. He has won numerous journalism awards and several oyster-eating competitions. Leslie Helm, Editor, Seattle Business Magazine. Helm is a twenty-year veteran of business journalism. He spent seven years with Business Week, first as Tokyo correspondent and later as Boston bureau chief. He worked briefly for the Seattle Post Intelligencer before joining The Los Angeles Times, reporting at various times out of Japan, South Korea, India and the Pacific Northwest. In 2006, he was appointed editor of Washington CEO. He became editor of Seattle Business magazine in 2009 when the publication acquired Washington CEO. Helm has a BA in Political Science and an MA in Asian Studies from the University of California, Berkeley and an MS in Journalism from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. Curt Woodward, Senior Editor, Xconomy. Curt Woodward is the senior editor in Seattle for Xconomy, an online news source covering the business of innovation in high technology, life sciences, and clean energy through a six-city network of sites across the country.Curt previously worked for The Associated Press for eight years, covering business, government, and politics as a beat reporter — with some sports, agriculture, natural disasters and crime thrown in for good measure. His longest posting with AP was in Olympia, Wash., covering the statehouse, the governor, statewide political campaigns and public policy. As former president of the state's Capitol Correspondents Association, Curt also played a central role in rewriting the state's rules to give reporters for online-only news sources full accreditation to cover the state Legislature for the first time. Curt has a bachelor's degree in journalism from Western Washington University in Bellingham. Attendees will learn: What makes a newsworthy story: How can your start-up stand out from the pack? Who to pitch and developing relationships with reporters The latest trends and resources in tech news reporting
Dime Mag 4
 
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For our Age of Content project, Michael John and Ellen spoke with Dime Magazine West Coast writer and editor Jack Jensen about how the print media company has transitioned to the world of new media. Here Jack talks bout the ways that Dime has grown in the field of new media.
Views: 16 John Wilkinson
Practical Classics Magazine: Restoration Project - the Austin 7 Ruby dilemna
 
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Practical classics magazine, May 2011. Editor Danny Hopkins and Chief Mechanic John Simpson look at the (lack) of progress the team have made with PC's Austin 7 Ruby restoration project and debate whether the car should be restored as new or retain its 1960s student style. What would you do? Filmed, produced and edited by http://hamishscadding.co.uk
Views: 10551 Scadderbrain1
Fairways + Greens: Pebble Beach Interview
 
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Fairways + Greens Magazine Executive Editor Vic Williams interviews R.J. Harper, senior vice president of golf at the Pebble Beach Company, about the resort's events and many activities, from golf to dining options — plus a memorable story about the late Payne Stewart. For more of the best in golf travel news, visit http://www.fairwaysandgreens.com
Views: 564 FairwaysGreens
Eyes In Magazine Interviews Director Evan Glodell
 
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Eyes In Magazine Editor-in-Chief Vivian van Dijk interviews innovative Director, Scriptwriter, and Actor Evan Glodell about his new movie "Belleflower." Eyes In offers readers a look into the world's innovative creators and their masterpieces. As both a magazine and art collector's buying guide, Eyes in spotlights fields of art, books, design, architecture, film, fashion, music, photography, culture, culinary arts, real estate, and travel. Eyes in delves into the respective insights, disciplines, pieces, and peoples of each field in easy-access formats, such as digital issues and mobile publishing solutions. We aim to provide both accessibility and exclusivity to creators, collectors, gallery owners, art institutions, corporate sponsors, fashion houses, publishing houses, film production companies, and education facilities. Eyes in offers readers the latest trend updates and innovations in each field. Vsit http://eyesin.com for more information. Connect with us! http://facebook.com/eyesinmagazine http://twitter.com/eyesinmagazine http://flickr.com/photos/eyesinmagazine
Views: 1633 eyesinmag
TEDxFoCo - Amy Cosper - Treponomics
 
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In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations) Amy is the Vice President/Editor-in-Chief at Entrepreneur Media Inc., and knows what it means to drive a business idea forward with passion, creativity, savvy, and yes, even a little moxie. Having been in the entrepreneurial trenches with her media consulting business, Cosper has an in-depth understanding of what entrepreneurs want and need. She knows that without the right information, tools and resources, small businesses stay small. For Cosper, the media addiction started with a fervor for technology and love at first dial-up. But it was at WiesnerMedia that she delved into the essence of what it means to be an entrepreneur. As the company's entrepreneur in residence, Cosper solicited and evaluated new business plans, ventures and partnerships for a slew of media properties targeting the insurance and financial markets. Transform innovative ideas into full-fledged realities by raising capital from the VC community? No problem for this business development pro. Cosper's journalism roots began in the tech world, where she cut her teeth as a reporter on assignment in Israel, Norway, Brazil, Luxembourg, Paris and London covering broadband, broadcasting and satellites. Eventually she became publisher/editor-in-chief for Satellite Broadband magazine at Wiesner Media, and later she redesigned and directed five ASBPE award-winning financial magazines. New media versus traditional media? To Cosper, when it comes to content, it doesn't matter. She's a media evangelizer covering topics at conferences all over the world—from free economics, web 2.0 and social media optimization, broadcasting, the Internet, VC strategies, media, online profiling and user behaviors, and content strategies. At Entrepreneur Media, Cosper's breadth of experience and tech savvy infuses cutting-edge ideas into the company with a 34-year legacy for serving the small business market. Her mission? Keep entrepreneurs alert to the network of tools fundamental to launching and growing their businesses—whether they're people, technologies, funding sources, or best practices. For her, "It's all about what you do with what you've got." According to Cosper, that's a whole lot more than most people fathom.
Views: 1031 TEDx Talks
Les High -- Building New Newspaper Business Models
 
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Interview with Whiteville News Reporter editor Les High on accepting change in the newsroom. This was part of a McCormick Foundation funded project on building new business models for the newspaper industry. The project is directed by Knight Chair in Journalism and Digital Media Economics Penelope Muse Abernathy.
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