Gregory will also discuss the evolution of broadcast distribution, particularly in a political cycle with cell phones, YouTube and iPods. “The candidates must be on all the time.” The news cycle is immediate and capturing embarrassing moments, revealing a temper, or a tear is all part of the public domain.
When asked if he will be giving the audience his predictions about the outcome of the Presidential election, he indicated, without an instant of hesitation, “no.” Somehow we were not surprised. The audience will come away with candid insights into an election year, but will need to form their own predictions on the results. PI
About the Author
Mary Garnett, executive vice president of PIA/GATF and the Web Offset Association, and Justin Goldstein, meetings coordinator, interviewed the keynote speakers for the 2008 Offset and Beyond Conference. For more information about the conference, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.