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Q&A with Josh Rosenzweig of Here TV



Josh Rosenzweig, SVP Original Programming and Development at Here, started out as a filmmaker and director in California before making the transition to the corporate side of the business, His path to Here from there took him to Harvey Keitel’s production company and then a stint in PR Marketing and Showtime. Here Media, of which Here TV (please embed: HereTV.com)  is a part, is a media conglomerate serving the GLBT consumer and spans television, film, print and online. They own The Advocate and Out magazines which they still carry in the print format as well as a range of social media and web sites and an impressive film library. In this fascinating interview, Josh talks about Here’s mission, programming, multi-platform efforts, its audience skew, competitive set (spoiler alert: there isn’t any) and the celebration of their tenth anniversary through their New Frontiers film festival.

The four videos of the interview are as follows:

Subject                                                 Length (in minutes)
Background & Here TV                     (7:17)
Mainstreaming and Competition               (6:37)
Profiles and Metrics                                   (3:39)
New Frontiers and Predictions                   (4:48)



Charlene Weisler interviews Josh Rosenzweig, SVP Programming for Here TV who talks about his background and Here TV's history and market position in this 7:17 minute video:




Josh Rosenzweig, SVP Programming for Here TV, talks to Charlene Weisler about the mainstreaming of the GLBT audience and Here TV's competitive set in media in this 6:37 minute video:



Charlene Weisler interviews Josh Rosenzweig, SVP Programming for Here TV who talks about Here TV's audience profile and the metrics they use for measurement in this 3:39 minute video:



 

In this final video, Josh Rosenzweig talks to Charlene Weisler about Here TV's New Frontiers Festival and makes some predictions about the media landscape. This video is 4:48 minutes:

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