Mediabistro.com already brings you exclusive news and interviews, but we thought we could do better. So in our new weekly video series, Media Beat, we’ll speak with the biggest names in media for an intimate sit-down about their careers and the latest happenings in the business.
It’s only fitting that we kick the series off with media legend Ken Auletta of the New Yorker. In this first episode, Auletta talks about his book, Googled: The End of The World As We Know It, and which traditional media companies he thinks are thriving in the Internet Age.
PART 3: Tomorrow, Auletta tackles the elephant in the room: Conde Nast’s longtime resistance to the web.