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Media 2.0 Workgroup Launches

Posted on January 29, 2007

Media 2.0The Media 2.0 Workgroup launched today and I am happy to be a part of it. The group will include people from many different perspectives including the people fighting hard to bring large media companies into the future, people who work to build tools for new media, people who have built new media empires from the ground up and the list goes on from there.

My site definitely pales in comparison to others in the group including Scott Karp of Publishing 2.0, Ian Forrester of the BBC, Jeff Pulver of Pulver Media and Stowe Boyd of /Message which are good reads. I am also honored to be in the company of good friends like Frank Gruber of AOL who co-founded TECH cocktail with me and writes a great blog. I know I am going to learn a lot form the members of the group and I only hope that I can add some insight into the mix.

From the release:

“The Media 2.0 Workgroup is a group of industry commentators, agitators, and innovators who believe the phenomena of democratic participation will change the face of Media Creation, Distribution and Consumption. Join the conversation…”

Joining the conversation is what it’s all about so get in there and start participating and learning with the rest of us!

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  1. Frank Gruber January 29, 2007 3:18 pm

    Welcome aboard. :)

  2. […] Extending the concept of the Web 2.0 Workgroup the Media 2.0 Workgroup will cover the transformation of the media business. Member Eric Olson described the group this way: The group will include people from many different perspectives including the people fighting hard to bring large media companies into the future, people who work to build tools for new media, people who have built new media empires from the ground up and the list goes on from there. […]