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Gary Carter's Speech, Part 3

By: Ilya Vedrashko

This is the last part of the keynote address on the future of television delivered by Gary Carter of FreemantleMedia at the National Association of Television Program Executives in Las Vegas in January 2007. (See part 1 and background, andpart 2.) All emphasis mine.

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Gary Carter's Speech, Part 2

By: Ilya Vedrashko

This is part 2 of 3 of the keynote address on the future of television delivered by Gary Carter of FreemantleMedia at the National Association of Television Program Executives in Las Vegas in January 2007. (See part 1 and background.) All emphasis mine.

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Gary Carter on Death of TV

By: Ilya Vedrashko

Gary Carter, president of creative networks at FremantleMedia that brought us American Idol and other blockbuster shows, delivered a very inspiring keynote at NATPE (more notes: part 1, part 2).

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Book Review: Future Hype - The Myths of Technology Change

by: Roger Dooley

FUTUREHYPE: The Myths of Technology Change, by Bob Seidensticker, is to Ray Kurzweil’s The Singularity Is Near as antimatter is to matter. Put them next to each other on your bookshelf, and your house might be leveled as they combine with a gigantic release of energy.

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What’s Your Creative Brand?

by: David Armano

I created this illustration eight years ago.  I was at a very different stage of creativity that I’m in now.  If you asked me then to define my creative brand, I might have talked about my desire to get my work noticed.

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Are We Re-wiring Our Brains?

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'The Greatest Danger in Times of Turbulence...

by: Chris Lawer

...is not the turbulence: it is to act with yesterday's logic. "

I love that quote from Peter Drucker as it describes perfectly how marketing is struggling to adapt to create and deliver value in today's experience-centred, co-creative markets.  Here is a quick contrast between the "old" and the "new" marketing logics:

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Changes Today are Comparable in Impact to Birth of Mass Media

by: Lynette Webb

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Creativity 2.E

by: David Armano

The Evolution of Creativity is Underway.  Which Side Are You On?

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Updated Manifesto

by: David Armano

Ask.
Ask questions.  Lots of them.  Ask the silly ones.  The ones that no one else wants to ask.  Ask about the bigger idea.  Ask about the details.  Ask why—but also ask yourself why you are asking the questions.

Believe.
Do you believe in what you do?  Would you rather be doing something else?  Believe in what you do.  Or find a new career.

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