CDL had the awesome opportunity to attend BlogHer 2012, and we were lucky enough to join the audience for Martha Stewart‘s keynote speech. Martha talked about everything from what it means to run a successful company to the importance of creativity and living a healthy, well balanced life. BlogHer Inc. is a premium cross-platform media network and publisher for women and had a vibrant, intelligent, very busy conference this year. Martha Stewart was one of the many highlights at the event.
As stated by the BlogHer website, “Martha Stewart [is] the founder of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia (MSLO), a diversified media and merchandising company, has been honored with 18 Emmy Awards, authored dozens of bestselling books, has a growing retail presence with 8,500 products in thousands of retail locations and is launching the new show ‘Martha Stewart’s Cooking School,’ on PBS in Fall 2012.”
Whenever we go to fabulous events you know we never come back empty handed, and this time we brought back some stellar, informational video from Martha’s keynote speech. Take a look at Part 1 and Part 2 from Martha’s wonderful talk and be sure to subscribe to CDL’s new YouTube Channel, which will soon have lots of wonderful celebrity coverage and interviews.
If you have any questions about what went down at BlogHer 2012 or have any questions regarding Martha’s wonderful speech, make sure to hit up the comments section or get in touch with Annemarie. We love interacting with readers here at CDL, and we always love to chat about what we’ve seen and heard. So don’t be shy!
Martha Stewart’s Keynote Speech — Part 1:
Martha Stewart’s Keynote Speech — Part 2:
Also, check out Katie Couric’s speech where she chats about her new and upcoming TV ventures. We’ve got coverage from that talk as well, which is featured in two parts as well. Katie Couric gives a talk at BlogHer 2012 about her new daytime TV show, “Katie,” and chats about how she’ll incorporate her love for social media into the program to spark audience participation and foster sincere viewer-reporter relationships. Give them a watch and let us know what you think!
Katie Couric’s Talk — Part 1:
Katie Couric’s Talk — Part 2: