Minter Dialogue Episode #138
This interview is with Bertrand Pecquerie, CEO and founder of the Global Editors Network, a non-profit association that brings together editors-in-chief and senior news executives from all platforms (print, digital, mobile or broadcast) around the common goal of defining the future of journalism. In this discussion, we discuss how media companies are evolving, the use of big data and virtual reality in media and the viability of long form journalism.
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To connect with Bertrand Pecquerie:
- You can find Bertrand Pecquerie on Twitter: @Bertrandp
- Global Editors Network (GENInnovate) on Twitter
Sites mentioned by Bertrand:
- Upcoming GEN Hack Days – Paris (@LeParisien) (Mar 26-27), Warsaw (Mar 30-31), Istanbul (April 16-17)
- GEN Summit in Barcelona – 17-19 June, 2015 – On news and wearables, mobile news and data journalism
- Le Parisien app being launched in April
- Wibbitz – news service that converts text to video
- About Swiss Leaks via Wikipedia – journalistic investigation of tax evasion in Switzerland
- MIT Karim Ben Khelifa – “The Enemy”
- Project Syria
- Annenberg Institute
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Music credit: The jingle at the beginning of the show is courtesy of my friend, Pierre Journel, author of the Guitar Channel. And, the new sign-off music is “A Convinced Man,” a song I co-wrote and recorded with Stephanie Singer back in the late 1980s (please excuse the quality of the sound!).