Future of Media Summit 2006

Future of Media Podcast Series

July 7 – Jerry Michalski, Sociate.com

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  • The driving trends of amnesia, crumbling of barriers, and openness
  • How the lowering cost of entry to media changes business models
  • Why he told The Economist that Barry Diller is an ignoramus
  • How new media is tapping people’s talent as they create rather than consume

July 6 – Chris Warren, Federal Secretary of the Media, Entertainment & Arts Alliance

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  • How the globalisation of media and entertainment industries is a challenge for creative communities outside the US
  • New opportunities for content creation and media professionalism
  • Whether newspapers will disappear and the fragmentation of free-to-air TV

July 5 – Interview with Hugh Martin, Editor, News.com.au

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  • Moving beyond the chokepoint of limited internet connectivity
  • How participatory media makes publishers facilitators and partners in conversations
  • Finding new business models to support quality online media production
  • How news organisations have to live with people’s desire to mix and mash up content

June 19 – Interview with Nicholas Scibetta, Global Director, Communication and Media Strategy Network, Ketchum PR

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  • The shift from the 24/7 news cycle to the hourly news cycle
  • Creating conversations with the audience and the future of blogs
  • The shift away from “top down” media strategy to “bottom up”, including social networking and citizen journalism
  • The role of PR into the future

May 30 – Interview with Art Kleiner, editor-in-chief, Strategy & Business

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  • The evolution of media formats and conventions
  • Giving voice to many participants in a coherent way
  • Globalization and localization of media