Video: Arrington keynote at mesh 2007

by Mathew on July 30, 2007

As some of you may know, one of the highlights of mesh 2007 for me was the chance to sit down with my friend Mike Arrington from TechCrunch for a “keynote conversation” (as we call them at mesh) on the future of media. Thanks to the tireless efforts of video wizard Mark Mckay and the folks at mDialogue, there is a video of the entire keynote available at Google Video.

In the keynote, Mike talks about when he first realized TechCrunch.com could be a real business, why it’s less work to be first with a news story, what he thinks traditional media need to do to succeed online, why it pays for bloggers to get under his skin a little from time to time, and what he really thinks of Ted Murphy and the gang at PayPerPost.com.

 

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