Category Archives: audio-blueprint

AUDIO: Bill Densmore interviewed on KTRS St. Louis about IVP

Can news organizations figure out a way to increase the value they receive for journalism on the World Wide Web? McGraw Milhaven, talkmaster on KTRS Radio in St. Louis, interviews Bill Densmore of the Information Valet Project. Densmore is a 2008-2009 Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute fellow at the Missouri School of Journalism in Columbia, Mo. Listen to a 25-minute excerpt, followed by three minutes of Milhaven talking with a caller.   JUMP PAGE TO AUDIO STREAM (28.37 mins., 6.87 MB downoad.)

AUDIO: Two conversations about the InfoValet Project

December 06, 2008

AUDIO: What was accomplished at IVP-Blueprint summit?

Information Valet Project researcher Bill Densmore speaks by phone with Stony Brook University student Lisa Voltaire about the IVP-Blueprint summit Dec. 3-5. Densmore describes the IVP system and the state of technology which could drive it. Click on the headline “What was accomplished at IVP-Blueprint,” to launch streaming audio,  or download an MP3 podcast for offline listening.  (10 minutes, 4 seconds; 2.42 MB) 

November 25, 2008

AUDIO: Explaining the infovalet to a Stonybrook student journalist

What’s the idea behind the Information Valet Project? Project director Bill Densmore recorded this discussion with sophomore journalism major Eric Luu of Stonybrook University on Nov. 25, 2008. The 14-minute dialogue begins with Densmore talking about the demographic, advertising and commerce components of IVP, and ends with Luu and Densmore sharing thoughts about whether users are willing to pay for journalism.  Click on the headline, “Explaining the infovalet . . . ” above, or download an MP3 podcast for offline listening (15.0 minutes; 3.6MB) :