24 Mar WTN Media is launching Web 3.0 features to enhance interactivity and global reach
I am delighted to announce today that WTN Media has launched WTN TV, an internet – based news and commentary broadcast service. The premier episodes are produced by WTN Media in conjunction with the Delphi Group and DelphiTV.com. The first recordings were produced at the Fusion CEO – CIO Symposium that took placed March 4-5 in Madison, Wisconsin. The first installment features guest host, Tom Koulopoulos, author of the soon to be released booked called “The Innovation Zone.” Koulopoulos interviewed Dr. Ajei Gopal of of CA on the topic of practical innovation. Click here to watch the video.
Our next installment will feature Ed Meachen, the CIO of the University of Wisconsin System. Meachen shares his thoughts on K-12 and higher education in regards to technology adoption. The third episode features an interview with Peter Coffee, former technology editor of PC Week and E-Week. Coffee is currently Director of Platform Research for Salesforce.com. Coffee and Koulopoulos discuss the current and future state of cloud computing and software as a service. This week on WTN News we feature a column contributed by Peter Coffee titled, “Geekonomics, when people Aren’t Buying Technology.”
Also through a partnership with Sonic Foundry, WTN Media has video of its’ conference presentations on MediaSite live. The recent Fusion CEO-CIO Symposium and well as the Digital Healthcare Conference and previous years events can be accessed at www.fusion2009.com and www.dhc2009.com.
WTN Media has been publishing on the web for over 6 years and now attracts a significant regional readership, as well as coastal readership by major investment bankers, venture capitalists, angel and institutional investors including, Hummer Winblad, Bank of America, Morgan Stanley, JP Morgan, Frazier Technology Ventures, and more. WTN News has significant readership by technology leaders and investors in emerging markets including India, Brazil, Russia, China as well as Germany, Vietnam, and Great Britain.
We have performed extensive market research and WTN Media through the launch of WTN TV and other interactive social networking features will provide our audience with more ways to network and interact on a global basis to meet our mission statement to connect the people, technology and ideas performed by entrepreneurs, researchers, and existing enterprises that are driving the advancement of information technology, biotechnology, and other life sciences such as stem cell research, health care technology, nanotechnology, genetic-based personalized medicine, and an emphasis on alternative energy.
While other media companies are struggling, and closing newspapers and conferences, WTN Media sold out the Fusion CEO – CIO Symposium 2009 as it has done for the previous five years and is on track to sell out the Digital Healthcare Conference, now in its’ 6th year. I was recently honored by the U.S. Small Business Administration as “Journalist of the Year” for the state of Wisconsin and the entire upper midwest including, Michigan, Minnesota, Illinois, Indiana and Ohio. We are still waiting for the announcement of national winners. I am grateful to all our of readers and writers and staff that have been with us during this journey. During the last six years we have published almost 6,000 stories and columns on business technology news.
These webcasts are just one of the enhanced features WTN Media will use as it transitions to a new format and global network. Be sure to check out our new groups on LinkedIn: Wisconsin Technology Network and Fusion CIO. Please join in the discussions.
This week will launch a new blog, called Mike Klein’s Global Fusion, in which I will offer a global perspective on the latest in business and technology trends. In the coming weeks we will launch Fusionheathcare.com as a new online community for the rapidly evolving field of healthcare technology and information networks. We will as also launch the Global Technology Network and reviews. Standby for big announcements in the field of Stem Cell Research from WTN Media.
Thanks for listening and your support. Please join the discussion!