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Here’s an excerpt from a talk I gave to a room of about 400 folks at the Interactive Ad Bureau’s Digital Video Summit a few weeks ago in NYC, speaking about my work as co-chair of the IAB Digital Video … Continue reading
So much has been said about the 2008 Election already – I don’t have much to add. Let’s just say that Sam is very happy that ‘Mr Obama’ as he calls him came out on top. I had the pleasure … Continue reading
Early this morning, Turner launched the new NBA.com – and our intrepid ads team was there at the dawn of crack (5ish) to make sure our piece of the puzzle went smoothly. Check out the site, it’s pretty spiffy, if … Continue reading
Pictured above are the crack team of staff from our Turner Digital Media Tech and Turner Sports Interactive teams as we relaunch the ad systems on Nascar.com today. I played a key role, bringing two dozen hot donuts (from Krispy … Continue reading
This year’s Admonsters excursion (to conference #17 to be exact) took me out to the environs of Albequerque and Santa Fe at the Hyatt Tamaya resort in Bernalillo, New Mexico. We decided to make this a family affair since very … Continue reading
The conference was great. Kicked off with a keynote by Tarik Sedky, Chief Digital Officer at Young & Rubicam. He spoke quite earnestly about the truck coming down the highway, headed straight for the operational and technical aspects of all … Continue reading
You’d think I’d hear about this around the office, but instead saw this blogged by someone at Optaros, a vendor we use. My co-workers David Payne, Dermot Waters and Lori Adams are blogging the CNN.com Relaunch project. Check it out … Continue reading
It’s been a busy few days for us at Turner Broadcasting. Today, CNN.com took the wraps off a beta preview of their new design coming on July 1st (as reported earlier). Full disclosure – I work for Turner Broadcasting, and … Continue reading