Episode 6—Inside the Metaverse Part 1: The Intricacies of Human Behavior with Journalist-documentarian Bill Lichtenstein
Suddenly, it seems, “metaverse” has come into everyday parlance—except that few people have a clear sense of what the metaverse actually is, how it works and why it matters. One exception is today’s guest, who has been writing about and exploring the metaverse since 1992.
Peabody-award winning Bill Lichtensetin answers what your Avatar says about you and how the metaverse can provide a window into the intricacies of human behavior.
About Bill Lichtenstein
Bill Lichtenstein is a Peabody Award-winning print and broadcast journalist and documentary producer, and president of LCMedia. His work over the past 50 years includes producing investigative reports for ABC News, as well as independent film, TV and radio projects on social justice and human rights issues. Bill has also written on politics, health issues and the media for the New York Times, Nation, Boston Globe, among others. In the mid-2000’s, Bill and LCMedia produced groundbreaking, live broadcasts featuring Kurt Vonnegut and Suzanne Vega, among others, from the 3-D virtual reality world Second Life. Bill is a graduate of Brown University and the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.
About Change Makers and Their Stories Podcast
Change Makers and Their Stories brings to life the stories behind the industry disruptors, marketing innovators and leaders driving change in today’s world. It’s produced and hosted by Carpenter Group, a New York City-based creative agency that helps major global financial institutions, professional services firms and technology companies build a strategic advantage for their brands in a competitive and constantly evolving world.