The game has changed for media organizations over the last year, increasingly moving more towards mobile and distribution strategies. To increase distribution opportunities, media organizations like NPR, The New York Times, CBS and others have released Open APIs (NPR’s API release was announced at OSCON 2008). In this session, we will discuss what these media organizations are offering in their APIs as well as how they are being used by their audiences.
Adam J Martin is the Supervisor, Digital Media Production with National Public Radio’s Digital Media division in Washington, D.C.
As supervisor, he is responsible for all technical procedures related to the distribution and delivery of multimedia content across NPR’s digital platforms as well as the management of NPR’s media encoding and streaming infrastructure.
He holds a B.S. in Broadcast Journalism from Boston University’s College of Communication and a MA in Journalism and Public Affairs with a concentration in Interactive Journalism from American University in Washington, D.C.
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