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Interview with Kevin Lester

David Newhoff speaks with Singapore musician Kevin Lester, an award-winning hip hop artist, writer, and producer. They discuss the role that a new generation of artists like Kevin are playing in helping to develop a sustainable creative industry. Kevin speaks about his attraction to hip hop as an art form and discusses his latest hit “Forever,” a song about his determination to be an artist and an activist for promotion of the arts in his country.

29 min2014 AUG 5
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Interview with Kevin Lester

Interview with Jennifer Lyn Morone Part 2

This is part II of David Newhoff’s conversation with Jennifer Lyn Morone, an artist who has incorporated herself in order to confront some of the social, economic, and existential questions we face in the digital age.

20 min2014 JUL 31
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Interview with Jennifer Lyn Morone Part 2

Interview with Jennifer Lyn Morone Part 1

In part I of this podcast, David Newhoff talks with Jennifer Lyn Morone, who is in the start-up phase of bringing to market Jennifer Lyn Monroe Incorporated. An American artist who has lived in Europe more than a decade, Morone has chosen to address the current social, economic, and existential questions surrounding the value of privacy and personal data by incorporating herself in an act of what she calls “extreme capitalism.” Listen to Part II of the podcast next.

26 min2014 JUL 29
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Interview with Jennifer Lyn Morone Part 1

Interview with Parry Teasdale

In this podcast, David Newhoff interviews Parry Teasdale, Editor-in-Chief of The Columbia Paper, which serves a small, rural community in the Hudson Valley. They discuss Teasdale’s involvement in the new media vanguard of the late 1960s and early 1970s (when portable video cameras were just becoming available to ordinary citizens), as well as the current state of journalism, and our relationship to information.

27 min2014 JUL 24
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Interview with Parry Teasdale

Interview with Chris Ruen Part 2

This is Part II of David Newhoff’s interview with Chris Ruen, author of Freeloading: How Our Insatiable Hunger for Free Content Starves Creativity.

29 min2014 JUL 22
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Interview with Chris Ruen Part 2

Interview with Chris Ruen Part 1

David Newhoff speaks with Chris Ruen, author of the book Freeloading: How Our Insatiable Hunger for Free Content Starves Creativity. Ruen’s book provides a glimpse into his personal transition from consumer of free media to advocate for artists’ rights and a more rational conversation about copyright in the digital age. In this podcast, Ruen shares his own thoughts about common justifications for online piracy, about the mechanics behind the anti-SOPA protest, and about his own proposals for a renewed dialogue about copyright reform and enforcement. Listen to Part II of the podcast next.

35 min2014 JUL 17
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Interview with Chris Ruen Part 1

Talking Digital Cinema with Cinematographer Steven Poster

While it’s true that affordable digital cameras and editing software have put impressive means of production into the hands any boot-strapping filmmaker with a dream, digital filmmaking at the highest end of TV and motion pictures is actually more complex and more expensive than the days of celluloid-only production. In this podcast, David Newhoff discusses these issues and more with cinematographer Steven Poster. Poster has more than 50 credits as Director of Photography, has served as president of the American Society of Cinematographers, and is currently the National President of theInternational Cinematographer’s Guild. David spoke to Steven in Los Angeles via Skype. Recorded in September 2012.

21 min2014 MAR 6
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Talking Digital Cinema with Cinematographer Steven Poster

Interview with DIY musician Matthew Ebel

Matthew Ebel would seem to be the living definition of the DIY digital artist. With 10 albums full of satirical and thought-provoking songs, he writes, composes, and performs based out of his New Hampshire studio. Matthew’s strategy for forging a career in the age of file-sharing, torrents, and remixes is to do all he can to introduce his listeners to the man and the work behind the music. After listening to Matthew’s song, “The Last Pirate,” which criticizes both the traditional music industry and thoughtless file sharers, David Newhoff asked Matthew for an interview. This podcast interview was recorded via Skype. Recorded in September 2012.

23 min2014 MAR 4
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Interview with DIY musician Matthew Ebel

Interview with Ellen Seidler

Tom Galvin, CEO,Digital Citizens Alliance, discussesa new studyabout content theft web sites, and their profitability, withEllen Seidler, Vox Indie.

20 min2014 FEB 28
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Interview with Ellen Seidler

Interview with Veteran Journalist Christopher Dickey

In this podcast, David Newhoff speaks to veteran journalist Christopher Dickey about the changes to news reporting in the digital age. With a career that begins well before public use of the Web, Dickey is an old-school journalist who fully embraces the flexibility and editorial potential of new and social media. Dickey is currently the Paris Bureau Chief and Middle East Regional Editor forNewsweek MagazineandThe Daily Beast.David spoke to Christopher in Paris via Skype. Recorded in August 2012.

26 min2014 FEB 26
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Interview with Veteran Journalist Christopher Dickey

Latest Episodes

Interview with Kevin Lester

David Newhoff speaks with Singapore musician Kevin Lester, an award-winning hip hop artist, writer, and producer. They discuss the role that a new generation of artists like Kevin are playing in helping to develop a sustainable creative industry. Kevin speaks about his attraction to hip hop as an art form and discusses his latest hit “Forever,” a song about his determination to be an artist and an activist for promotion of the arts in his country.

29 min2014 AUG 5
Comments
Interview with Kevin Lester

Interview with Jennifer Lyn Morone Part 2

This is part II of David Newhoff’s conversation with Jennifer Lyn Morone, an artist who has incorporated herself in order to confront some of the social, economic, and existential questions we face in the digital age.

20 min2014 JUL 31
Comments
Interview with Jennifer Lyn Morone Part 2

Interview with Jennifer Lyn Morone Part 1

In part I of this podcast, David Newhoff talks with Jennifer Lyn Morone, who is in the start-up phase of bringing to market Jennifer Lyn Monroe Incorporated. An American artist who has lived in Europe more than a decade, Morone has chosen to address the current social, economic, and existential questions surrounding the value of privacy and personal data by incorporating herself in an act of what she calls “extreme capitalism.” Listen to Part II of the podcast next.

26 min2014 JUL 29
Comments
Interview with Jennifer Lyn Morone Part 1

Interview with Parry Teasdale

In this podcast, David Newhoff interviews Parry Teasdale, Editor-in-Chief of The Columbia Paper, which serves a small, rural community in the Hudson Valley. They discuss Teasdale’s involvement in the new media vanguard of the late 1960s and early 1970s (when portable video cameras were just becoming available to ordinary citizens), as well as the current state of journalism, and our relationship to information.

27 min2014 JUL 24
Comments
Interview with Parry Teasdale

Interview with Chris Ruen Part 2

This is Part II of David Newhoff’s interview with Chris Ruen, author of Freeloading: How Our Insatiable Hunger for Free Content Starves Creativity.

29 min2014 JUL 22
Comments
Interview with Chris Ruen Part 2

Interview with Chris Ruen Part 1

David Newhoff speaks with Chris Ruen, author of the book Freeloading: How Our Insatiable Hunger for Free Content Starves Creativity. Ruen’s book provides a glimpse into his personal transition from consumer of free media to advocate for artists’ rights and a more rational conversation about copyright in the digital age. In this podcast, Ruen shares his own thoughts about common justifications for online piracy, about the mechanics behind the anti-SOPA protest, and about his own proposals for a renewed dialogue about copyright reform and enforcement. Listen to Part II of the podcast next.

35 min2014 JUL 17
Comments
Interview with Chris Ruen Part 1

Talking Digital Cinema with Cinematographer Steven Poster

While it’s true that affordable digital cameras and editing software have put impressive means of production into the hands any boot-strapping filmmaker with a dream, digital filmmaking at the highest end of TV and motion pictures is actually more complex and more expensive than the days of celluloid-only production. In this podcast, David Newhoff discusses these issues and more with cinematographer Steven Poster. Poster has more than 50 credits as Director of Photography, has served as president of the American Society of Cinematographers, and is currently the National President of theInternational Cinematographer’s Guild. David spoke to Steven in Los Angeles via Skype. Recorded in September 2012.

21 min2014 MAR 6
Comments
Talking Digital Cinema with Cinematographer Steven Poster

Interview with DIY musician Matthew Ebel

Matthew Ebel would seem to be the living definition of the DIY digital artist. With 10 albums full of satirical and thought-provoking songs, he writes, composes, and performs based out of his New Hampshire studio. Matthew’s strategy for forging a career in the age of file-sharing, torrents, and remixes is to do all he can to introduce his listeners to the man and the work behind the music. After listening to Matthew’s song, “The Last Pirate,” which criticizes both the traditional music industry and thoughtless file sharers, David Newhoff asked Matthew for an interview. This podcast interview was recorded via Skype. Recorded in September 2012.

23 min2014 MAR 4
Comments
Interview with DIY musician Matthew Ebel

Interview with Ellen Seidler

Tom Galvin, CEO,Digital Citizens Alliance, discussesa new studyabout content theft web sites, and their profitability, withEllen Seidler, Vox Indie.

20 min2014 FEB 28
Comments
Interview with Ellen Seidler

Interview with Veteran Journalist Christopher Dickey

In this podcast, David Newhoff speaks to veteran journalist Christopher Dickey about the changes to news reporting in the digital age. With a career that begins well before public use of the Web, Dickey is an old-school journalist who fully embraces the flexibility and editorial potential of new and social media. Dickey is currently the Paris Bureau Chief and Middle East Regional Editor forNewsweek MagazineandThe Daily Beast.David spoke to Christopher in Paris via Skype. Recorded in August 2012.

26 min2014 FEB 26
Comments
Interview with Veteran Journalist Christopher Dickey
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