What To Do With All That Content?

Sorting Through 10 Years of Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show”

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A Podcast with Audrey Chen, Senior Information Architect at Comedy Central
Show length: 25 minutes

Architects make buildings for people. Information architects make information spaces for people. So how do you build doors, windows, and porches into information spaces? And how do you make it easy for people to find what they want in over 10,000 episodes of a daily TV show?

To find out, I had tea with Audrey Chen, Senior Information Architect at Comedy Central who recently created a searchable online archive of 10 years of “The Daily Show“. From 24 hour crews who watched and tagged every single episode, to the challenge of “future-proofing” information architecture systems so that they can grow and change over time, Audrey shared a glimpse into what it takes to organize and manage the massive influx of data in our world.

8 Responses to What To Do With All That Content?

  1. Jeff Parks says:

    Great first episode, Teresa!

    Audrey gave a fantastic presentation at UX Week. I was very happy to hear that you were able to have this conversation with her; I know others will enjoy as well.

    Looking forward to your next show…Cheers!

  2. Liv says:

    This is great Teresa! Great job. Love the idea. No jargon rocks.

  3. leila says:

    Sounds awesome Teresa! Finally, a techy blog we can all understand! Can’t wait to hear the next one.

  4. Teresa Brazen says:

    Thanks so much for the comments, Liv, Jeff, and Leila…feedback is great.

    And, Jeff, you are my hero.

  5. Jeff Parks says:

    My pleasure Teresa. Brilliant first show, looking forward to more in the future!

  6. Björn says:

    Hi! Great interview! I was wondering where the intro comes from? It was very compelling.

    Hope there is more podcast in the future!

    //Bj̦rn Рfrom sweden

  7. Tania says:

    Greatings, Ugh, I liked! So clear and positively.

  8. admin says:

    Thanks, Tania! I’m so glad it was helpful. Teresa

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