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 CNBC – First In Business

Bill talks to CNBC, First In Business Worldwide about his book What Makes Business Rock, the media and business.

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 CNBC – Beavis and Butthead in Belgium

Bill lays out the challenges of bringing the cable TV model to a range of cultures & talks about his book What Makes Business Rock

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 Sky News – Murnaghan

Bill talks to Murnaghan on Sky News about What Makes Business Rock, his work in the Global Health Sector including the new vaccinations developed by GAVI

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 CNN – Breaking the Mold

CNN talks to Bill about his book What Makes Business Rock.

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  Forbes Magazine - Bill Roedy on What Makes Business Rock

Bill talks to Dan Schawabel of Forbes Magazine about his book What Makes Business Rock "how he got his cool job, how he made MTV appeal to different countries and more."

Originally published October 28, 2011

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  Mint - Playing it by ear, successfully

In his new book, What Makes Business Rock, Roedy talks about contemporary music history as well as the story of the business behind the music. In a phone interview from Miami, US, Roedy spoke to Mint about his pet strategies—localize and break all rules. Edited excerpts:

Originally published September 9, 2011

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  The Hindu Business Line - Television anywhere, anytime…

What is the future of television? How is the structure of television programming going to change? Will people be watching TV rather than Internet TV? How will TV-on-demand affect the industry?

Originally published July 3, 2011

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  The Lancet - Bill Roedy

If global health had rock legends, Bill Roedy would be in its hall of fame. The former MTV boss, who ensured that the music channel network went global, joined forces long ago with the UN to invent innovative ways of raising HIV awareness among young people. Now, he has taken on the challenge of raising the profile of vaccines, by becoming the GAVI Alliance's first global Envoy.

Originally published June 11, 2011

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  New York Post - Behind the music of MTV

As business how-to books go, there are few as entertaining as Bill Roedy‘s “What Makes Business Rock.”

Originally published May 26, 2011

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  New York Times/Reuters - Bill Roedy reflects on military and MTV in new book

As the former head of MTV Networks International, Bill Roedy drew on his military career to build a youth entertainment business across 165 countries with an audience of millions -- and he had fun along the way.

Originally published May 12, 2011

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 MSNBC – Morning Joe

Bill talks to Morning Joe about his book What Makes Business Rock

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