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Welcome to the 28th video in our Ad Vision series of interviews leading up to Cannes Lions 2011!
Today’s Ad Vision interview brings us Richard Dunmall chatting to the charismatic Lisa Donohue, CEO of Starcom North America. A fitting follow up to our last Ad Vision interview, Donohue demonstrates the unexpected places to find inspiration and reminds us that “we look in too many expected places.”
Accordingly, there are the “idea breeders and idea killers,” and while I would most happily argue the contrary to Dunmall and Donohue’s witty exchange around where the British fall on this spectrum, it does motivate careful examination into how we’re developing talent in this fast-moving digital age.
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Never enjoy having to wait for buffering of slow video, BUT, enjoy the concept of this interview. I am an idea breader who is constantly annoyed by idea killers starting as a young person with my parents and most recently an english friend whom I don't associate with any more. I'm in the planning to produce some pre recorded edited video webinars like infomercials for Australian companies, products, investments etc aimed at the Chinese market. Just waiting for the blessing of Austrade High Commission Beijing Embassy in Beijing where I live for their banner branding in the background as endorsement. This presentation today was OK but not great, sorry.
thanks mel i read the article but could not watch the video may be canne is always about hi tec
cinema and the french is always surprising.