If you know anything about Dr. Bob Arnot, it’s his role as Chief Medical Correspondent for CBS news over the past few decades. Apparently he’s moved on. He has moved into syndicated productions for TV and documentary length videos and films via the internet, traditional broadcast and cable channels You can find out more about Dr. Bob on YouTube. He’s also on MOJO HD TV as Dr. Danger.
MoJo is also an abbreviation for a new media journalist, specifically Mobile Journalist. This may be old news, but it’s new to me. It certainly applies to Dr. Bob and I was very interested is seeing how he applied his experience in Broadcast journalism to the vague field of multi-media reporting.
I attended a presentation by Dr. Bob this past week at Rule Camera in Boston. He is an entertaining, electric personality with lots of stories to tell. He says that he’s motivated by adventure and finding ways to bring humanitarian crises-in-the-making to the attention of the world.
While I enjoyed his travelogue-like presentation which appears in this post, I was much more interested in the Q&A that followed – which will appear in the next post tomorrow.
Thanks to Rule for bringing Dr. Bob to Boston and for allowing me to post this recording. Check out their Vimeo Learning Lab Series where they have videos of all their evening and daytime training events. Their video recording of this event should appear online in a few days.
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