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CHUCK ON NPR

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I'm on Morning Edition commenting very briefly (along with Josh Wolf and Michael Rosenblum) on Current.tv.

Chuck sez: We were gonna join the team and help them figure out what this was gonna be. And then they brought in a lot of old media people and suddenly the openness... closed. And we were left out of the process.

Reporter Laura Sidell did a really good job encapsulating Current's prospects and practices, ending on the this note: "As young people fill the internet with personal content, they may find network TV altogether less appealing." Indeed. However, I'm still supportive of Current.tv for promoting the idea that the audience can and should create their own media.

July 29, 2005 at 08:27 AM in Media, Videoblogging | Permalink

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Hello Chuck,

So thanks again for chatting. Heard you on NPR, sounded good. My story
got killed, FYI, because I got scooped by the Times. But I did blog
a bit

http://www.businessweek.com/the_thread/blogspotting/archives/2005/07/on_getting_scoo.html

Posted by: Heather Green at Jul 29, 2005 4:53:18 PM

Oh, dang!
Seems like you would have written a pretty different story.
(You: "I know!")

Oh well, I'm glad you have the blog to share your findings.

Posted by: Chuck at Jul 30, 2005 1:49:48 AM

I Know! Exactly! (Many grumblings and much throwing around of paper...)

Posted by: Heather Green at Aug 1, 2005 12:03:30 PM