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Jim Lanzone's lessons starting, running media companies

CBS Interactive president shares his thoughts on entrepreneur lessons and the future of media

Innovation series by Bambi Francisco Roizen
November 12, 2011 | Comments
Short URL: http://vator.tv/n/2050

Jim Lanzone, President of CBS Interactive and former CEO of Clicker (which was acquired by CBS), was one of the keynotes at Vator Splash SF. Jim was introduced by Redpoint Ventures' Geoff Yang, who was on the board of Clicker.  Watch the keynote interview to learn more about Jim's lessons as an entrepreneur, his lessons leading Ask.com, selling his startup Clicker to CBS Interactive, and reviving and reshaping the online media property.  

For a great write-up of the keynote interview, check out Faith Merino's Jim Lanzone on bringing sizzle to CBS Interactive.


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