View Full Version : Announcement of Ask Jay from David Prager
08-09-2011, 07:27 PM
"It is with great excitement that I/we announce the launch of our new show,”Ask Jay“, featuring none other than the chairman and founder of Revision3, Jay Adelson. Twice weekly episodes of Ask Jay will include tips, advice, and real life stories from the trenches for aspiring entrepreneurs."
Read more on the Revision3 blog! (http://revision3.com/blog/2011/08/09/new-show-from-jay-adelson/)
08-09-2011, 08:04 PM
This seems conflicty with Foundation. We hear about similar things, except all from one person instead of a bunch of people coming from different backgrounds, experiences, etc.
I actually think it would be interesting to hear how Kevin would answer his own questions. Either way, I see Foundation as an interview show towards founder-types, and Ask Jay as a self-help show for would-be founders.
08-11-2011, 07:52 AM
The show is too short!! I don't think I would bother to regularly download and watch a 4 minute show (seems like it would be more appropriate content for a youtube channel or something). I guess it works for Tekzilla because they have short "daily tips" but also have their main show which is released weekly and goes for longer. Even if the Ask Jay videos were joined to each other and released bi-weekly, I would prefer that. And thus it might just be me but 4 minutes doesn't seem long enough to engage an audience. My 2 cents..
08-11-2011, 12:17 PM
Is the shortness really a bad thing? I definitely would like a show as long as the others, but I think the shows design is to give the information and get out. There's a question, and answer, and you're done. It's perfect for when you're on a short commute or standing in line somewhere. Do I stare at the mole on the back of the lady's neck in front of me, or get a quick tip on how to better my current endeavor? ...both, I guess. Maybe that mole will inspire me. Maybe.
That said, I still would like a long version also.
08-11-2011, 02:08 PM
Is the shortness really a bad thing? I definitely would like a show as long as the others, but I think the shows design is to give the information and get out.
Good point. Maybe I'm just too used to other Rev3 shows that something like this seems a bit off. A show like this certainly has its place, though.