Tech vs Media
Richard Wolpert, a 35 year veteran of Technology and entertainment (Apple, Disney, RealNetworks, 4xCEO) shares the amazing lessons learned on past, present, and predictions of the future of media and technology, and of how these two categories have and will continue to converge or clash.
Having been on both sides of the technology and media industries for over the last 35 years Richard has learned the good the bad and the ugly. This show shares some of the best thinkers and leaders of Entertainment and Technology so you too can learn some of the lessons it has taken him 35 years to learn.
Every episode features a C-Level guest from the fields of entertainment and media who will share their personal insights, state of the industries today, and predictions for the future for these rapidly changing fields.
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