Open Government interview and panel on TVO's The Agenda with Steve Paikin

My interview on TVO’s The Agenda with Steve Paikin has been uploaded to Youtube (BTW, it is fantastic that The Agenda has a YouTube channel where it posts all its interviews. Kudos!). If you live outside Ontario, or were wrapped up in the Senators-Pens playoff game that was on at the same time (which obviously we destroyed in the ratings), I thought I’d throw it up here as a post in case it is of interest. The first clip is a one on one interview between myself and Paikin. The second clip is the discussion panel that occurred afterward with myself, senior editor of Reason magazine Katherine Mangu-Ward , American Prospect executive editor Mark Schmitt and the Sunlight Foundation’s Policy Director John Wonderlich.

Hope you enjoy!

One on one interview with Paikin:

Panel Discussion:

4 thoughts on “Open Government interview and panel on TVO's The Agenda with Steve Paikin

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  2. skdadl

    Well done, David, really well done. And what a great program — there are so few, here or in the U.S., but the Agenda measures up to, eg, Moyers at his best, and we're lucky to have it.

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  3. skdadl

    Well done, David, really well done. And what a great program — there are so few, here or in the U.S., but the Agenda measures up to, eg, Moyers at his best, and we're lucky to have it.

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