Live From Google Press Day 2007

Google is holding its first press day outside the United States today. The "big" expected announcement has already happened, the addition of country-specific versions of YouTube. Tony Ruscoe, aside from kindly befriending me at the press dinner last night, is live blogging the conference here at Google Blogoscoped.

I’ll pop-up and post short stories or comments if we get more substantial stuff such as YouTube. I expect the Q&A, especially with Google CEO Eric Schmidt in the afternoon, to be most interesting. You can expect the resignation of Yahoo CEO Terry Semel to be asked and perhaps answered.

Postscript: See Google Press Day 2007 Q&A With CEO Eric Schmidt and Google “Three Times Larger” Than Nearest Rival & More Q&A With Google’s Marissa Mayer for further coverage from us out of the day.

Related Topics: Channel: Industry | Google: Marketing


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  • DavidDalka

    Where is the live feed this has a live feed last year. I can’t find a link for it.

    Is Google becoming less transparent?

  • Danny Sullivan

    Last year’s webcast was here:

    They may put up info from this year’s there later. They decided not to broadcast live not for transparency issues, to my understanding, but rather because it’s costly to set-up when the info can be posted later. Everything is being videotaped here. And to be fair, we barely have working wireless access. It keeps going up and down, so the webcast would be really rough.

  • AussieWebmaster

    Got to love the fact that all Google did at SES Miami was buy a banner over the reg booth…
    nice going

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