Interviewing

 

Here you’ll find video interviews of other people mostly conducted by Peter Leyden while at Next Agenda. Leyden spent a lot of time interviewing a lot of people in his first career as a print journalist working for magazines and newspapers. His second book was built on 50 in-depth interviews with remarkable thinkers in many different fields about “What’s Next” in the decade coming off the 911 attacks. At Next Agenda, he moved those interview skills into the world of video. Below you will find some on-camera interviews, but many where Leyden conducted them off-screen to keep the attention focused on the interviewee (and keep the costs down by using only one camera.) You can also see some interviews we conducted with people shot against green screens so our design team could create graphics to help bring life to the words.

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