Who I’ve Learned From – 107 Interviews

Guess what – I’m not that smart. The best thing I’ve done in my career is talk to folks who are and learn from them.

Here is a list of interviews I’ve done either in person, over the phone or via email. These are compiled from my time with BeatBlogging.org, Digidave.org, and  NewsInnovation.com. I still haven’t combed over my work with NewAssignment.net – and might not since most of my work there was researched and written articles and less Q&A style interviews.

If I had more time I’d break these down into categories. But for now, try not to watch/read them all in one sitting ;)

  1. Bill Mitchel from Poynter
  2. Mark Briggs – on his journalism startup.
  3. Two reporters from Read Write Web
  4. Josh Wolf – on video on the web.
  5. Geoff from – Sacramento Press
  6. The CoPress Kids: Greg Linch and Daniel Bachhuber
  7. Adrian Holvaty – Scratch your itch
  8. Adrian Holvaty – quick and fun interview
  9. Jason Kristufek explaining News Innovation BarCamp
  10. Dan Pacheco – Demonstrates PrintCasting
  11. Chris O’brien – On CopyCamp
  12. Peter Deitz – Explains Social Actions
  13. Beth Kanter – The Cute Dog Theory
  14. Tristan Harris – Apture
  15. Scott Meyer – This Too Will Pass
  16. Leonard Witt on Representative Journalism
  17. Scott Karp – Publish2
  18. Scott Karp Publish2 – take two!
  19. Geneva Overholser – USC’s Dean of Journalism
  20. Mark Glaser – MediaShift
  21. Guy Kawasaki – on linking
  22. M.G. Siegler (Paris Lemon) from VentureBeat/TechCrunch
  23. Marc Cooper – OffTheBus.net
  24. The Top Three Diggers (Mr Baby Man, MSaleem and Ziabatsu)
  25. David Beers – from the Tyee
  26. Andrew Hyde – Professional Startuper-er-er
  27. Josh Marshal – on Community Funded Reporting
  28. 15-year-old entrepreneur Daniel Brusilovsky
  29. Kevin Hessel – Marin Independent Journal (made private upon request)
  30. Chris Messina – on Open DiSo
  31. Jonathan Dube and Martin Moore
  32. Andrew Mason – ThePoint.com
  33. Amit Gupta – Jelly SF
  34. Ryan Sholin – on ReportingOn.com
  35. Dan Gillmor – on being young and entrepreneurial
  36. Ben Melancon – on Drupal
  37. Amy Gahran – On being a fire starter
  38. Tom Evslin – Looking at Journalism from Outside
  39. Fabrice Florin – on NewsTrust’s Launch
  40. Jason Calacanis – on Meta-journalism
  41. Ryan Budke – from Propeller
  42. Matt Neznanski – City Beat Blogging
  43. Alan Mutter – The Next Six Months for Newspapers
  44. Bill Densmore – Information Valet Project
  45. Dave Chase – Experimenting on the Revenue Side
  46. Michael Rosenblum (second time)
  47. Ellen Miller – Sunlight Foundation
  48. Ed Sussman – Fast Company
  49. Chris Lydon – Open Source Radio
  50. Dan Barkin News & Observer
  51. Lila King – CNN’s iReport
  52. Janice Brand – Helium
  53. Rick Waghorn – MyFootballWriter
  54. Mark Potts – Backfence
  55. Jarah Euston – Fresno Famous
  56. John Wilpers – BostonNOW
  57. Jay Rosen — NewAssignment.Net
  58. Debbie Galant – Baristanet
  59. Simon Bucks – Sky News
  60. Edward Roussel – The Telegraph
  61. Howard Weaver – McClatchy
  62. Paul Bass – New Haven Independent
  63. Dan Pacheco – Bakersfield.com
  64. Emily Gertz – WorldChanging
  65. Paul Sullivan – Orato
  66. Jane Hamsher – FireDogLake
  67. Merrill Brown – NowPublic
  68. Lisa Williams – H2OTown, Placeblogger
  69. Jonathan Weber — NewWest.Net
  70. Scott Clark and Dwight Silverman – Houston Chronicle
  71. Chris Tolles – Topix
  72. Mike Orren – Pegasus News
  73. Steve Safran – Lost Remote
  74. John Oppedahl
  75. Rob Neppell – N.Z. Bear
  76. Donica Mensing – Reynolds School of Journalism
  77. Amanda Michael – OffTheBus.Net
  78. Bill Allison – Sunlight Foundation
  79. Robin Sloan, Andrew Fitzgerald – Current TV
  80. Jason Oberfest – Los Angeles Times
  81. Martin Huber – Myheimat.de
  82. Howard Owens – GateHouse Media
  83. Travis Henry – YourHub
  84. Alan Levy – BlogTalkRadio
  85. Brian Conley – Alive in Baghdad
  86. Barry Parr – Coastsider
  87. Adrian Monck – City University of London
  88. Chuck Olsen – The Uptake
  89. Dave Winer – Scripting News
  90. David Stern – MixedInk
  91. Robin Hamman – BBC
  92. Patrick Phillips – The Vineyard Voice
  93. Danny Glover – Air Congress
  94. Mary Mathews – Pound Productions,LLC
  95. Dorian Benkoil – Digital Media Consultant/Columnist/Teeming Media
  96. Chrys Wu – CBS TV Digital Media Group
  97. Henry Abbott – TrueHoop/ESPN
  98. Michael Mcintee – The Uptake
  99. Tristan Louis – TNL.Net
  100. Chris Lydon – Open Source Radio
  101. Charlie Beckett – Polis
  102. James Kotecki – Video Blogger/Politico
  103. Rick Burnes – Faneuil Media
  104. Micah Sifry – Personal Democracy Forum
  105. Jennifer Carroll – Gannett
  106. Derek Willis – Database Journalism at Washingtonpost.com
  107. Jeff Burkett – WashingtonPost.Newsweek Interactive blogs
  108. Jim Colgan – WNYC Radio
  109. Michael Rosenblum – Democratizing Video via Rosenblum Associates
  110. Rachel Sterne – GroundReport
  111. Kate Marymont and Mackenzie Warren – Fort Myers

I have not combed through my NewAssignment.net posts which spans two years.

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