NPR's Vivian Schiller in Better (Digital) Days: The Full D8 Video
Today, as the left and right continue their epically exhausting battle for hegemony, NPR CEO Vivian Schiller resigned after a series of borks–including a sting video in the public radio’s top fundraiser insulted the Tea Party activists and the fumbled firing of commentator Juan Williams.
Well, the former New York Times exec was pretty good at moving NPR into the digital age, at least.
In fact, BoomTown interviewed Schiller at the eighth D: All Things Digital conference about the digital future of NPR, which is pretty bright actually.
She talked about prospects for high-quality journalism and the ways the public radio unit could help create a more powerful network of many stations.
Here’s the full D8 video of the Schiller session, as well as a very funny spoof video she brought about some of the more way-out digital initiatives for NPR below it: