BOSTON (via Skype Video) – The Boston Globe, which has been producing and streaming video clips for over five years, has launched it first regular live show.
The subject is sports and the 20-minute program is hosted by columnist Christopher Gasper. It streams Monday, Wednesday and Thursday at noon. It is also available on demand.
Earlier this week we spoke with Caleb Solomon, Managing Editor, about the opportunities around live programming and why the paper chose sports to debut its live effort. We interviewed him via Skype Video link-up from the Globe's newsroom to ours.
Posted on 05/18/2012 at 9:24 AM by Andy Plesser