This week on FORA.tv: National Journal and The Atlantic discuss Hispanic Millennials and STEM jobs, a new class of media start-ups pitch projects at Matter, and more.
Every year in late August, the world of conferences and public events takes a long nap as summer fades into Labor Day and people flee the heat. When it begins anew, it happens with a bang: The fall political season rolls into action, universities launch a new academic year, and businesses begin hunting for new learning and efficiency. And as this happens, FORA.tv is called upon to provide a full spectrum of video production, live streaming, and distribution services.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg weighs in on the Constitution, FORA.tv shares tips for live streaming on Twitter at OpenCo, Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates puts Common Core, and much, much more this week on FORA.tv.
FORA.tv will open its doors to the public on Friday September 12th at 12 pm PT. “Live Streaming Video on Twitter” presentation by CEO Blaise Zerega. Watch live on Twitter and newco.fora.tv.
This week on FORA.tv: Shivani Bhalla and the California Academy of Sciences save Africa’s lions, fashion goes digital at WWD, and Change.org uses tech for good.
Epic long form storytelling in the ancient Hellenic world bears no superficial resemblance to the hyper-polished short form of the 21st century – but they are connected by a long thread in human experience. The conviction that Homeric myth and history held “ideas worth spreading”, drove Mediterranean cultures to preserve them and pass them on through oral tradition. In doing so, they both defined their world and established a framework for exploring it.
Last week, Nielsen reported that on-demand video has become an increasingly popular content discovery platform. “While on average VOD contributes 4-5 percent in the coveted 18-49 demo, individual shows have seen upward of 15-20 percent increase in viewership from VOD.” Not only are viewers turning to video on demand more, they’re watching a lot more content on mobile devices.
This week on FORA.tv: Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens lays down the law, Peter Hecht explores Weed Land, Steve Blank & Gary Shapiro define “ninja innovation,” and more. Get the brief below.
This week on FORA.tv: Reinventing comfort food, saving a modern masterpiece, and changing the political climate. Get the big picture below.