"The average video being watched on mobile devices is getting longer,"HuffPost live president and co-creator Roy Sekoff tells Beet.TV in this video interview.
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Dr. Francis Collins joins HuffPost Live at Davos 2014 to share his thoughts on the war on science.
At the Seattle Interactive Conference this past week, AOL was strongly represented from our awesome booth with a transparent activation, to a host of AOL speakers like Roy Sekoff. Roy sat down with me to talk transparency, the power of participation and the power of the consumer.
One year ago today, we launched HuffPost Live, our live-streaming network, inviting you all to join, as I put it then, "a different kind of conversation." Our goal was to create the most social video experience possible -- allowing members of the HuffPost community to speak out on the issues that matter most to them, on equal footing with newsmakers, celebrities, pundits, and experts. Things have gone even better than we'd hoped. Since HuffPost Live launched, over 9,600 guests from more than 85 countries have joined us live on-air, and thousands more have joined the conversation via our interactive social tools, leaving 1.3 million comments on the HuffPost Live platform. If you haven't made HuffPost Live a regular part of your HuffPost diet, please check it out. And if you have, please keep watching... and letting us know what you think. Happy birthday, HuffPost Live. Here's to many, many more!
HuffPost Live president and co-founder Roy Sekoff discusses HuffPost Live and The Shift From Presentation to Participation
Sekoff also said that focusing on these marital problems might even be a good thing for Gingrich because "it takes the focus
Roy Sekoff visited MSNBC's "The Ed Show" Thursday evening, where he shared some choice words on the Republican agenda. "It's
As for her use of "blood libel" terminology, Sekoff poised an important question: "Why does the party of the angry white
WATCH: When host Ed Schultz referenced a statement from Tucson's Tea Party leader, which suggested Congresswoman Gabrielle
"There's this modern obsession with getting candidates to say whether they're running for president or not," he said. "I
HuffPost Editor Roy Sekoff appeared on the Joy Behar Show tonight to discuss the ideal replacement for outgoing White House