Met up with Jeff Jarvis after the keynote this morning. Jeff asked me what I liked most about the conference. I have to say the thing thatâ€™s best about Streaming Media East (and West) is that there is no arguing. There is good debate, to be sure. But there is no â€œus vs. them,â€ no â€œblogs are death,â€ no â€œthatâ€™s not real media,â€ no â€œthat’s not our core competencyâ€ arguments. The open-mindedness of companies here is terrific. Broadcasters need to learn from the entrepreneurial spirit of these folks. They look at emerging tech and see the possibilities, not the limitations.
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