Program Bulletin: Beet.TV Live from CES at 2 pm EST (1/9) with Senior NBC News Executive — Tune In!

By on 01/09/2008 11:26 AM @beet_tv

(Update 8 pm EST:  Above is a video provided by Mogulus of my interview streamed live earlier today with Mark Lukasiewicz, Vice President of Digital Media at NBC News)

I couldn’t physically be in Las Vegas at CES, but thanks to the folks at Mogulus, I have video crew who will be streaming a live interview from the show floor, with me asking questions from my desk in Manhattan.

I will conduct, what I expect to be a news-making interview, with Mark Lukasiewicz, Vice President of Digital Media at NBC News.  The interview will emanate from the giant NBC Universal booth.  Later today, NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams will broadcast from the same location.  Williams and other top NBC News brass will be in Las Vegas to announce news of the expanded program.

(Update 1/10:  The New York Times has coverage of doings at the NBC Universal booth at CES)

Above is the the streaming feed that will feature the interview.  This should be great, but with emerging technologies and traffic on the public Internet, this might not work as planned, so be patient, please!  In any event, we are taping the interview to be posted later this week.

Earlier this week, Mogulus revealed its second round of funding.  Congrats to Max Haot, CEO Thanks to the field producer Rainer Cvillink.

Special thanks to the folks at PodTech who are producing the live programming from CES where Robert Scoble has been conducting scores of interview.  Outstanding job.  I am grateful to use these resources for my interview.

– Andy Plesser

Nightly News on Beet.TV!!!

Here’s NBC News coverage of CES from last night’s Nightly News.  Nice to have the embed for this cool video player! 

 

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