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Simon Farnsworth 15.03.21
CHRIS JUDD’S New Media 2.0

In the fifth episode of New Media 2.0, I sit down with Simon Farnsworth, chief technology officer at Discovery Inc. Simon discusses the future of broadcast streaming with Discovery and their partnership with the 2021 Tokyo Olympics, as well as his views on the future of the workplace, in a post-Covid environment.

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    Sarah Wyse 06.08.21
    In the seventh episode of New Media 2.0, I sit down with the head of the AFL media network, Sarah Wyse. Sarah discusses the future of media in the AFL and competitive sports globally, including the rise of e-sports and the potential for new interactive viewing experiences. Listen
    Adam Schoff 06.08.21
    In the sixth episode of New Media 2.0, I sit down with Adam Schoff, CEO and founder of ACT Capital Partners. Adam discusses the future of blockchain technology and the recent phenomenon that’s taken the online finance world by storm - Net Fungible Tokens (NFTs). Listen
    Riad Chikhani 28.01.21
    In the fourth episode of New Media 2.0, I sit down with Riad Chikhani, founder of Gamurs Group. Riad discusses the exciting opportunities that exist in e-sports entertainment for investors, his company’s pathway to success in the gaming media space and what lies ahead for this quickly growing industry. Listen
    Olivia Humphrey 17.12.20
    In this month’s episode of New Media 2.0, I sit down with Olivia Humphrey, founder of Kanopy - a “thoughtful entertainment” media platform distributed through public libraries, universities and schools around the world. In this incredibly insightful episode, Olivia goes through her life as an entrepreneur in the media space, from moving her family to the incubator of California to finally selling her company for an impressive sum in 2018. Listen
    Agnes Kozera 19.11.20
    In this month’s episode of New Media 2.0, I sit down with the amazing Agnes Kozera, co-founder of Podcorn and FameBit - a digital marketing platform acquired by Google in 2016. Throughout the discussion we look at the challenges facing traditional media, the rise of podcasts and the potential for societal polarisation in niche media platforms. Listen
    Peter Tonagh 11.11.20
    Netflix’s recent documentary The Social Dilemma raises many questions about the major social media companies and the influence they exert on the world. In this month’s episode of New Media 2.0, I sit down with Peter Tonagh, Chairman of ACT Capital Partners - a fund focused on investing in new media opportunities. Throughout the conversation we call on Peter’s knowledge of the rapidly evolving social media industry as well as his extensive experience in the traditional world of media. He provides a “balanced” point of view on the issues society faces due to social media saturation and has a coherent point of view on what comes next for the tech giants. Listen
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