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Will radio survive?

Will radio survive?

12/04/15 10:16AM

iHeartMedia's Bob Pittman arrived at Summit At Sea to make his case for why radio will still be relevant, even as the media landscape continues to change. watch

‘Davos’ for Generation Y?  

‘Davos’ for Generation Y?  

12/03/15 04:15PM

Elliott Bisnow, founder of Summit Series, talks with NBC’s Olivia Sterns about Summit at Sea and why some have nicknamed Summit Series events the “Davos for Generation Y” watch

Why are we prone to infidelity?

Why are we prone to infidelity?

12/03/15 04:14PM

In this exclusive interview at Summit at Sea, renowned relationship therapist Esther Perel unpacks the dissonance between our human want for stability and novelty, and what that says about society. watch

Zappos CEO living in trailer park?

Zappos CEO living in trailer park?

12/02/15 07:02PM

Zappos.com founder Tony Hsieh sits down with NBC’s Olivia Sterns at the Summit At Sea, a three-day voyage for change-makers in tech and innovation. Hsieh talks about the future of start-ups, what he thinks of brick and mortar stores, and why he’s living in a trailer park in Downtown Las Vegas. watch

TOMS Shoes: Why giving can be good business

TOMS Shoes: Why giving can be good business

12/01/15 06:02PM

NBC’s Olivia Sterns catches up with TOMS Shoes founder Blake Mycoskie to talk about how a socially-conscious business model can be successful and attractive to investors. The conversation was at Summit at Sea, part of an incubator series for tech and innovation. watch

Change.org founder talks digital activism...

Change.org founder talks digital activism and future projects

11/24/15 03:39PM

While at the Summit at Sea, MSNBC caught up with Change.org founder Ben Rattray, where he emphasized the rise of activism in the digital age and the petition site’s current big projects. Summit at Sea 2015 brought together 2,500 passionate change-makers on an immersive three-day voyage. watch

'OINTB' author optimistic on justice reform

'Orange is The New Black' author 'optimistic' about reform

11/24/15 11:56AM

While at the Summit at Sea, Piper Kerman, author of "Orange is the New Black," talks to MSNBC's Dorian Warren about what she learned about prison and the criminal justice system -- and how it needs to change. Summit at Sea 2015 brought together 2,500 passionate change-makers on an immersive three-day voyage. watch