Episode 43: The One With the 2013 Roundup - PART 1

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Just in time for Summer 2014 - it's the 2013 Year-In-Review! Recorded way, WAY back in February, we have assembled a powerful group of New Media professionals, titans, and darlings, to discuss The Year (or so) That Was. Come along for PART 1 of the ride with Bree Essrig (PopTrigger, YouTube sensation, who unfortunately had to run before we took the group photo), Kai Hasson (Portal-A, White Collar Brawler), Woody Tondorf ( Machinima , Dark Knight Legacy), Brett Register (DC All-Access, Lost & Found Season 2), and the triumphant return of New Mediacracy co-founders Zadi Diaz and Steve Woolf (YouTube Nation, which recently surpassed 1 Million subscribers!!!).

Join NM regulars Bernie Su and Chris McCaleb for PART 1 of this free-form, insightful discussion about the exponential rise of Multi-Channel Networks (MCNs), New Media consolidation, online stars migrating to television and print media, controversial fan films, the tragic death of Net Neutrality, drinking blood, branding yourself, and SO MUCH MORE!!!

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Just my opinion on new media no longer just being on video, we're talking New Media, not New Medium. One thing that many of us lose sight on is that we focus too much on YouTube and the web space, and not enough on how we can be clever and innovative on older media.

If I may suggest some possible guests in the future, first would have to be the group who created "Cathy's Book". Taking just a normal book and turning it into an ARG is something that I don't think was done so far as much as this book has. Second, probably some of the Geek and Sundry bloggers. I'd probably have more to say about this episode, but I'm only half ways through and figured I'd comment now while I remember (Thanks for the reminder Steve and Chris), and might leave yet another one later if I have anything else to say.

Keep up with the awesome work guys and gals!

-Shawn Buzzini
Student of New Media

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