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I've Got a Key to Your API, Now What? (Joint PBS and NPR API Presentation Give at IMA Conference March 2012)

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PBS’ Tom Crenshaw and NPR’s Javaun Moradi discuss the PBS and NPR APIs. Topics covered are radio, television and dual-licensee stations can leverage the PBS and NPR APIs to innovate and build ...

PBS’ Tom Crenshaw and NPR’s Javaun Moradi discuss the PBS and NPR APIs. Topics covered are radio, television and dual-licensee stations can leverage the PBS and NPR APIs to innovate and build audience on their websites, mobile devices, and beyond. Tom and Javaun discuss retrieving API content for use on station sites, putting station content into our APIs for reuse elsewhere, and finding station information based on location or call letters. They share their ideas on where the public media APIs are headed, and they look forward to hearing your questions, feedback, and pain points.

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I've Got a Key to Your API, Now What? (Joint PBS and NPR API Presentation Give at IMA Conference March 2012) I've Got a Key to Your API, Now What? (Joint PBS and NPR API Presentation Give at IMA Conference March 2012) Presentation Transcript