Friday’s Video Views

Eisenberg on Zuckerberg

The Social Network’s long and much buzzed about ride to the nation’s movie theaters ends today (though countless outlets jumped the review embargo. Was there one?) As predicted, critics have gone boffo with Rolling Stone’s venerable movie guy Peter Travers handing out four stars and glowing words from which SONY will create a fab quote for an ad: “The Best Movie of the Year.” The big debate, as described in my post earlier this week, asked whether the film will tarnish Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s image. Here’s the opinion (via GMA) of the actor who played Zuckerberg in the film. (via the DailyBeast)

Making a Case for Innovation

AOL founder Steve Case, who tweeted his congratulations to Tim Armstrong for AOL’s “playing offense” this week, talks to WashPost’s video unit about innovation (via WashPost)

Going Mobile with Pogue

Mark Ragan chats up mobile with our favorite (and most influential) gadget guy David Pogue:

Advertising’s Woes

If you missed it, this week was Advertising Week in New York,. Long time chronicler of the industry (and its output) Barbara Lippert of AdWeek talked with one agency chief Larry Woodard about the issues the industry faces:


Arrington’s Disrupt

This week’s decidedly richer Michael Arrington tweeted a link to CNNMoney’s segment from his TechCrunch Disrupt start-up showcase confab:

Boing Boing on Media

Boing Boing founder David Pescovitz talks to Daisey Whitney about media’s transformation and future — in 2 minutes, no less (via Beet.TV)


Conan Loves Jimmy Kimmel

Finally, the folks at The Jimmy Kimmel Show took a parting shot at NBCU outgoing chief Jeff Zucker (via @TheWrap)