Live from Tuesday’s CIL 2007 Keynote – Convergence of Old and New Media

Andy Carvin, NPR is discussing the convergence of New and Old media.

This presentation was a great day starter especially the piece about larger media such as NPR (National Public Radio), CNN (Cable News Network) and USA Today, embracing the WeWeb/Web 2.0 culture by intergrating those norms of socializing, news gathering and delivery into their websites.

  • NPR.org features web exclusive shows, podcasts, and mobile content.
  • USA Today.com has been relaunched along the model of a social networking/personal tag site.
  • CNN uses YouTube video norms for their I-Exchange.

His presentation is on his website www.andycarvin.comHis slides are here www.andycarvin.com/complibraries.ppt

Blog entry dressed up on May 4th, 2007.

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