To those media executives that attend major conferences or keep their "ears to the ground" through industry news blogs and sites, Guy Tasaka is already well known as an expert and resource that many have followed to stay on top of technology and navigate the turbulent waters of the ever-changing media landscape.
Guy's innovative career spans decades as senior director of product management at WideOrbit, general manager of mobile at GateHouse Media, vice president and chief digital officer at Calkins Media, a sales and strategic leader at The New York Times, and most recently, the founding manager of the Google News Initiative (GNI) funded Local Media Association Technology Resource Center. Beginning this month, Guy has added another position to his LinkedIn profile: Technology Columnist for Editor & Publisher Magazine (E&P).
Guy's first assignment for E&P was to cover the world’s largest gathering (65,000+) of electronic media professionals and innovators — the 2023 National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) annual convention in Las Vegas. His mission was to dissect the most important takeaways that could benefit the news publishing industry: "Three takeaways from NAB — In a period of disruption for broadcast, there are opportunities for newspapers.”
In this 185th episode of "E&P Reports," we chat with Editor & Publisher's new Technology Columnist, well-known media consultant Guy Tasaka about his recent report on the NAB 2023 annual convention to learn what the news publishing industry should know from the world's largest gathering of broadcast professionals.
|Guy T Tasaka is the Founder/Managing Partner of Tasaka Digital, LLC, a consulting firm created to assist media companies with innovative digital strategy and product development. He is also the Technology Columnist for Editor & Publisher Magazine (E&P). He can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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