Posted by: Jon Fine on March 12, 2008
My problem with moderating a panel chockful of interesting people chatting about interesting subjects is that I find it impossible to take notes on what everyone’s saying while it’s happening, and I can’t remember much of what was said afterward.
(I know: I should probably just tape the damn things.)
Nevertheless: thanks to all who suggested questions, on this blog and via email, for the panel I moderated today. I was able to ask a good number of them. When I return I’ll try to track down a recording and give a fuller account of who said what.
In the meantime, Jeff Jarvis at Buzz Machine blogged some highlights here. (Scroll down past his account of Disney CEO Robert Iger's remarks--actually, don't scoll past them, because those are worth reading as well.)
The media, entertainment and marketing worlds continue to shapeshift on a near-daily basis, as new forms arise and old assumptions erode. Where is it all going? No one really knows. But on this blog BusinessWeek’s media writers Tom Lowry and Ron Grover promise to provide ample helpings of scoop, provocation, and sharp analysis as they track and annotate this constantly changing terrain.