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Eirik Solheim Returns to Open Video Conference

Eirik Solheim of the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK) will return to the Open Video Conference this year.

The Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK) is the biggest broadcaster in Norway with 16 local offices, three national TV stations, 12 national radio stations and major web sites. It’s been leading the way with a number of open video experiments, including CC licensing and BitTorrent distribution.

Eirik works in the development department of the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation. He is leading projects involving internet services, interactive TV, social media and broadband strategies. He’s consulted with Accenture and has worked hands-on digital production as a sound designer, editor, steadicam operator and photographer. He’s also a prize-winning blogger at eirikso.com.

Last year, Eirik blew us away with a hilarious lightning talk about YouTube and cultural difference based on his experience with NRK. This year, he’ll be expanding on those themes as one of several public media luminaries who will discuss strategies for “being the best provider of your content.”

Check out http://openvideoconference.org for more on Open Video Conference 2010.

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