Every day we’re featuring one of your favourite talks from this year’s event as part of our new Summit Speaker Series. With over 300 speakers to choose from there’ll be an outstanding range of topics covered, with in-depth insight from the experts.
Today, we’re bringing you the Summit’s Fireside Chat with David Carr of The NY Times & Shane Smith of VICE Magazine. You can watch all of our talks from The Summit here. If you like what you see, you can apply for a 2-for-1 voucher or enter our competition to win 2 FREE tickets for 2014 & flights to Dublin.
Shane Smith is the founder and CEO of VICE, a global youth media brand. Smith is a critically acclaimed journalist and one of the Internet’s most respected visionaries.
Right now is the most exciting times in history to be a content creator. – Shane Smith
I think everybody gets it wrong because they’re not willing to go out there and start from scratch and say, “We’re not going to do this how anyone else has ever done it.” – Shane Smith
David Carr is a reporter and columnist for The New York Times. He is the author of Night of the Gun, a New York Times bestseller, and has written stories about WikiLeaks, Hurricane Katrina, Kate Winslet and Neil Young, among other people, places and things.
Some of the best journalists ask the dumbest questions. – David Carr
A lot of times, when you lift up the blankets on modern media brands, what you see is algorithms. I think media is about people making stuff with your own two dirty little hands. – David Carr