Executive Viewpoints

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Executive Viewpoints
During the early boom of the technology revolution there was an immense push to integrate audio broadcasting on the internet and channels such as Audio Highway, Audio Basket, RioPort and Broadcast.com were fledging online broadcasting networks ripe for syndication of innovative content.

As a result, Michael Scott Studios produced and launched Executive Viewpoints, one of the very first audio recording shows dedicated to interviewing CEOs and top level management. Executive Viewpoints was broadcast throughout the span of time from early Audionet and AudioHighway to Broadcast.com to RioPort.com, appearing as a feature business show throughout that entire time on each of these broadcasting networks.

The historical and provocative interviews listed here, with high profile business and technology leaders took place during the late 1990’s and still contain interesting and appropriate information and insights.

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Digital Streams of Change
Mark Cuban, Broadcast.com

During this interview Mark Cuban was the President and CEO of Brodcast.com, before being purchased by Yahoo!. He talks candidly about his vision for the future of Internet Broadcasting and its role in future business success.

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Winner Takes All
Ann Winblad, Hummer Winblad Venture Partners

The technology super sonic boom of the 90s was fueled by venture capital firms who invested in human invention; Ann Winblad was a partner in one of those firms. During this time the financial capital was flowing and the intellectual capital was premium and abundant.

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Pivioting on a Pixel
Regis McKenna, The McKenna Group

Marketing gurus were in high demand in the 90s to help provide expertise and vision for new technology markets and Regis McKenna was a leading force for some of the largest players at that time. He had just released his book Real Time and discusses the future of providing custom tailored business products and services for ultimate customer satisfaction.

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The Gift of Knowledge
Bill Ryan, Niehaus Ryan Group (NRG) PR

Branding and marketing for such a plethora of engineering minded technology companies was a boom business in the 90s and Bill Ryan was the Chairman of NRG PR who serviced a lot of them. In this interview he brilliantly discusses the process of creating value.

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The Freedom in Mobile Access
Timothy Dreisbach, Metricom

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The Digital Residence
Ken Potashner, S3

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The Personal Touch
Fabio Righi, Digital Persona

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The Big in the Very Small
Thomas Gutshall, Cepheid

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The Substance of Concept
Brian Kissel, Paraform

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The Quest for Solutions
Rammy Rasmussen, GaSonics

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My Own News
Kim Fisher, Audio Basket

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Virtual Socrates
Americ Azevedo, Golden Gate University Innovation Center

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Bull by the Horns
Hank Trisler, No Bull Selling