Amy Denmeade

Consultant, Media and Entertainment, Consultant
Rose Bay Nsw, Australia

About Amy

Languages

English

TED Conferences

TEDActive 2011, TEDActive 2010, TEDGlobal 2009

Areas of Expertise

Business Development, strategic thinker, Website strategy, research & analysis

I'm passionate about

thinking about how new (and existing) forms of journalism will get funded and made accessible; media and communications regulation; politics; history; the ocean; yoga; learning; books; maps; movies

Universities

University of Sydney

Talk to me about

media business models, online storytelling, yoga, movies, the last good book you read, NGOs using technology,

Favorite talks

Comments & conversations

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Amy Denmeade
Posted about 5 years ago
John Lloyd: An inventory of the invisible
it's interesting reading the comments on this particular talk. i was lucky enough to have been there for it. and i really enjoyed it. but i do think the fact that it was delivered in a slightly different context than most of the others - a bonus session, in a beautiful theatre, after an already full day of talks - is relevant. it might seem less weighty. but it worked super well for me.
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Amy Denmeade
Posted about 5 years ago
Imogen Heap: "Wait It Out"
seeing Imogen Heap was one of my favourite things at TED Global. it would be fabulous if you could post the rest of her performance. i loved watching her create such wonderful sounds on stage. i just bought her CD. love it!
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Amy Denmeade
Posted over 5 years ago
Emmanuel Jal: The music of a war child
wow. i was lucky enough to have been in the room at TEDGlobal that day and have been waiting to share this with friends. thank you for making that possible. such a powerful, wonderful performance.
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Amy Denmeade
Posted almost 6 years ago
Jay Walker: My library of human imagination
wow. i love that it isn't about the objects themselves but the ideas and connections they inspire. his coal demonstration made me think about what it takes to get people (me) to understand things. would we use and price resources differently if messages were conveyed this way.
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Amy Denmeade
Posted over 6 years ago
Top 10 TEDTalks
i think i've watched almost all of the TED talks that are available; a few of them more than once. i have a long list of favourites, all for different reasons. Majora Carter's talk is one that sticks in my mind, for her message and her passion. Also loved Dave Eggers TED Prize talk, Isabel Allende and Ben Dunlap. i've watched Benjamin Zander's talk twice this weekend and emailed it to half a dozen people. i think it might be a new addition to my list of favourites. thank you!