Campaign India Team
Nov 05, 2009

Indiatimes.com to webcast sessions of TEDIndia conference

Indiatimes.com, in association with the Times Audio Network,  will stream certain sessions of the TEDIndia conference for the public. Users can watch three TEDIndia sessions live on November 5, and the closing session on November 7. This webcast will be free and open to all on www.ted.indiatimes.com, starting November 5. The schedule for the sessions is as follows: Thursday, November 5Session 1: Fast Forward11am-12:45pm Session 2: Not Business as Usual2:15pm-4pm 

Indiatimes.com to webcast sessions of TEDIndia conference
Indiatimes.com, in association with the Times Audio Network,  will stream certain sessions of the TEDIndia conference for the public.

Users can watch three TEDIndia sessions live on November 5, and the closing session on November 7. This webcast will be free and open to all on www.ted.indiatimes.com, starting November 5.

The schedule for the sessions is as follows:

Thursday, November 5
Session 1: Fast Forward
11am-12:45pm
 
Session 2: Not Business as Usual
2:15pm-4pm
 
Session 3: Wonder. Wonders.
4:45pm-6:30pm
 
Saturday, November 7
Session 9: Within You, Without You
11am-12:45pm

After the conference, the first five TEDTalks released from TEDIndia will be premiered on TED.com and Indiatimes.com, simultaneously. The sessions will be viewable on mobile phones, post the conference.

TEDIndia will take place from November 4 to 7, at the Infosys campus in Mysore. The speakers include Tony Hsieh, CEO, Zappos.com, Eve Ensler, playwright and activist, Horst Rechelbacher, the founder of Aveda and Intelligent Nutrients, Charles Anderson, marine biologist and Scott Cook, the founder of Intuit -- many of whom will be speaking in India for the first time.

Indian thought leaders speaking at the conference include Minister of State for External Affairs Shashi Tharoor, management guru C.K. Prahalad, director Shekhar Kapur, Yogi Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev, actor Abhay Deol and mythologist Devdutt Pattanaik, among others.
 

 

Source:
Campaign India