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CEO exchange. [videorecording] : new ways to enjoy tv, movies and music / That's entertainment!

by Wright, Bob; Morris, Doug; Greenfield, Jeff; WTTW National Productions.
Type: materialTypeLabelVisual MaterialSeries: CEO exchange .Publisher: [Alexandria, VA] : PBS Home Video, 2006Description: 1 videodisc (ca. 60 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.Other Title: That's entertainment!.Uniform titles: BusinessWeek; CEO exchange (Television program).Subject(s): Motion picture industry -- United States | Music trade -- United States | Chief executive officers -- United States | Television -- United States | Educational television programs -- United States | Films for the hearing impaired | Educational -- Television seriesSummary: Jeff Greenfield interviews two strong media executives with similar management strengths and complimentary industry goals. NBC's Bob Wright, a lawyer by trade with a cable tv background and founder of the popular CNBC network, discusses how the use of new technologies such as the digital control room and the adaptation of NBC shows for broadcast on iPods can further enhance the company's position as a major media conglomerate. Universal's Doug Morris, a veteran songwriter and record producer whose accomplishments include writing the popular "Sweet talking guy" recorded by the Chiffons in the 1960s as well as being the former head of the Warner Music Group, talks about the secrets of his corporate success in the competitive music business, including hiring top executives who have connections to emerging artists and exploring online and digital music opportunities.
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DVD, region 1; Dolby Digital.

Closed-captioned.

Title from container.

Host: Jeff Greenfield; guests: Bob Wright, NBC Universal Inc., Doug Morris, Universal Music Group.

"Season four, episode #408."

Recorded live at the Lynch Auditorium in New York City in conjunction with Fordham Graduate Business.

Jeff Greenfield interviews two strong media executives with similar management strengths and complimentary industry goals. NBC's Bob Wright, a lawyer by trade with a cable tv background and founder of the popular CNBC network, discusses how the use of new technologies such as the digital control room and the adaptation of NBC shows for broadcast on iPods can further enhance the company's position as a major media conglomerate. Universal's Doug Morris, a veteran songwriter and record producer whose accomplishments include writing the popular "Sweet talking guy" recorded by the Chiffons in the 1960s as well as being the former head of the Warner Music Group, talks about the secrets of his corporate success in the competitive music business, including hiring top executives who have connections to emerging artists and exploring online and digital music opportunities.

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