Category: Interview

For TEDWomen, 7 TEDx organizers on the power of female leadership

Veteran organizers. New organizers. African, Asian, South American and European organizers. Women all around the globe have established, inherited, grown and organized some of our most successful and exciting TEDx events. In honor of TEDWomen and TEDxWomen happening this week, we’ve [...]

Why Robert Waldinger went silent after his viral TEDxBeaconStreet talk

Once Robert Waldinger’s TEDxBeaconStreet talk “The Good Life” went viral and his email account started to get flooded with messages, he made an unusual decision: he spent three weeks at a silent meditation retreat. Although the retreat had already been [...]

How one TEDx organizer sees the world through other TEDx’ers’ eyes

Though he is now retired from his career as a radio and television journalist, TEDxLincoln organizer Randy Bretz still likes to get the scoop on what’s going on in the world. He achieves this now through newspapers, magazines … and [...]

TEDxArendal’s Thomas Hellum on making some of the most boring television ever (on purpose)

Six years ago, the Norwegian Broadcast Corporation (NRK) broadcast “Bergensbanen minutt for minutt,” a television show simple and strange in its premise: seven and a half hours of footage of a train traveling through the Norwegian mountains — from Bergen [...]