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NPR Roadshow cont'd

As follow up from my post back in November there are a number of events upcoming to hear and meet with folks from NPR Digital Media first hand.

Feb. 19-21 - IMA Public Media 09

For those in Public Broadcasting family we hope to see you next week at IMA Public Media 09 . It is scheduled to be: five idea filled days with 55 sessions on everything from coding widgets and measuring impact to mastering the subtle techniques of building online communities.

As part of the the WebTech Summit on Wednesday 2/19 I will be appearing in a panel to discuss Mobile site development. The Mobile Site Development session will be a panel that includes myself, - Ann Breckbill and Melinda Driscoll, American Public Media; Keith Hopper, NPR/Public Interactive; Matt MacDonald, PRX; and the inimitable Doc Searls.

  • Later on Wednesday I will be discussing the development and use of Widgets and APIs. John Tynan and I will join Andrew Kuklewicz on such topics as how do you develop widgets and how and when should you pull data from other site's APIs or place widgets on your own sites.
  • Also on Wednesday 2/19 Dick Meyer Editorial Director of NPR Digital Media will be discussing the sustainability of commercial sites as part for the Executive Education & management Training program.
    • On Friday 2/20 you will have a chance to meet our new boss here at NPR. CEO Vivian Schiller will be addressing the Conference at 2pm. Also on Friday Andy will be on a panel discussing "Social Media: What's Worked and Lessons Learned."

    Upcoming:

    On Wednesday 2/26 I will be presenting NPR's revolutionary work in digital media as part of the We Media game changers conference.

    On March 15th Dan Jacobson will be part of the discussion at SXSW Interactive festival discussing APIs and the changing face of news online.

    Finally on April 3rd I will be at the O'Reilly Web 2.0 Expo and joining Robin Sloan the VP of strategy at Current, a media company co-founded by Al Gore and Joel Hyatt. We'll be discussing the future of content distribution from both TV and Radio perspectives.

    We hope to see you soon!

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