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How To Make Money In New Media - Financing, Content Management - the viewers journey. Excerpts from the second panel of the 2015 New Media Film Festival covered Bridging Commerce and Engagement for Entertainment and was moderated by Sanjiv Goyal, CEO & Pres. of Droisys. Panelists included: Steven G. Kaplan of The Rainstorm Family of Companies, Kenny Rudolph of Gigging & Grubbing and Keith Thompson, Exec. VP of Martin Outdoor Media www.NewMediaFilmFestival.com View the full panel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C9GKsnwWYN4
Current University students were born between 1992 and 1995. They belong to the Generation Y, also known as Digital Natives or Millennials. In this video I describe what I believe is the right approach to teach these generations and the generations that are about to start studying. I describe how I started from a simple web site and ended up creating an e-book with more than 30 hours of recorded video lectures, 350 pages of text together with interactive exercises, all spiced up with a touch of social media as a feature.
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Mainstream media is struggling to stay afloat and the way they report the news will have to change to stay current with peoples attention spans. As more people turn to social media like Twitter or Facebook to get their news, the media and the way people absorb it has changed forever.
Artificial intelligence can be used to create information and to counter fake news. But what are the challenges and opportunities within that? That question was at the heart of the annual science lecture of the Parliament’s scientific body (Science and Technlogy Options Assessment – STOA). Comment on: Google + http://tinyurl.com/orh99s6 Facebook http://www.facebook.com/europeanparliament Twitter https://twitter.com/Europarl_EN
Financial industry experts discuss traditional and emerging sources and strategies for funding broadcast, cable and technology businesses, and emerging digital media properties. Issues discussed include overcoming access to capital barriers, the availability of funding strategies such as crowd-sourcing, microenterprise financing, peer-to-peer lending, and the use of innovative tactics to gain access to capital for small, minority, and women entrepreneurs seeking entry or advancement in the communications industry. Presiding: Erwin Krasnow, Partner, Garvey Shubert Barer; Vice-Chair, MMTC Board of Directors Speakers: Anna-Maria Kovacs, Founder, Strategic Choices; Visiting Senior Scholar, Georgetown University Center for Business and Public Policy David Meier, Managing Director, The Gladst...
Jason Karaian, senior Europe correspondent for Quartz, sat down with CSFI director Andrew Hilton following the Centre’s March 26 round-table on financial new media. The conversation considered the role of ‘additive’ news outlets, compared with the ‘papers of record’, and the shift from news consumption as ‘appointment viewing’ to a situation where readers expect the news to find them (often through social media). This video was made possible by the generous support of StockWell Group. http://www.stockwellgroup.com
2013 Annual Conference Opening Session Video Vince Vance & The Valiant "I Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans" from I Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans appears courtesy of Waldoxy Records [2:25]. "I Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans" written by Andy Stone. Published by Peertunes, Ltd. o/b/o itself and Good Ole Delta Boy (SESAC) Video produced by MFM/BCCA and WFLA-TV (Media General).
One of the most fundamental transformations of our modern time is taking place in the field of communication. Although it might feel like we're far into this change, we're really not. It's only just begun One of the most important effects of this change is that very small businesses--like financial advisors--can effectively market to the broader market at a very low cost. My guest today is an expert in this field. Bill Winterberg is the founder of FPPad.com. Bill founded FPPad in 2008 to be a leading source of news, insight, and thought leadership in financial planning technology. Bill has successfully leveraged his experience in the financial industry and his applied knowledge in medial creation to build a neat consulting and speaking business for himself. Pay special attention to th...
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John Dunbar, Project Manager for the Center for Public Integrity, discusses the results and implications of the recently released "Networks of Influence: The Political Power of the Communications Industry," which examines the political influence of the communications industry on Congress. Series: "Carsey-Wolf Center for Film, Television and New Media at UCSB" [4/2006] [Public Affairs] [Humanities] [Show ID: 11650]
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Producing a movie takes more than drive, ambition, and vision—it takes money. For the savvy producer / entrepreneur, today’s financing landscape offers numerous possibilities for raising the capital you require. Film incentive programs can be found in virtually every corner of the world, and new SEC rulings on Regulation A have exploded the opportunities for crowdfunding your motion picture. Join top professionals as they explore the new horizon of film financing in a globally competitive marketplace. Speakers Janet Brown CEO FilmBuff G. Mac Brown The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, St. Vincent Craig Engler Kickstarter, Entertainment Lead Scott Greenberg CEO & Founder, Bento Box Entertainment; Bob’s Burgers, The Awesomes, Legends of Chamberlain Heights Ron Miller CEO, StarEngine Crowdfu...
Political Candidates and campaign activists raise money through Facebook and other internet Web sites and seek to turn online enthusiasm into offline action. The speakers are Andrew Rasiej, founder of www.techpresident.com; David D. Burstein, founder of 18 in '08; Trevor Lyman, Ron Paul volunteer; Ben Relles, creator of the Obama Girl video; Illinois Senator Barack Obama, Democratic presidential candidate; Robert Thompson, professor of TV and pop culture at Syracuse University; and former U.S. President Richard Nixon as a presidential candidate. The video was produced in January 2008 by America.gov
BondIt: Media Financing Made Simple. BondIt provides flexible access to union deposit loans for feature film, television and new media projects needing to access capital in a quick, seamless and friendly manner against their SAG-AFTRA, DGA, IATSE and international union deposits.