Josh Crandall

Josh Crandall
President, Netpop Research, LLC


Josh has worked in the interactive media and technology industries for over 18 years, serving in numerous senior business and product development roles. He founded Netpop and Netpop Research to capitalize on consumer intelligence and the increasingly important intersection of social media, online marketing and consumer opinion research. He has designed and managed global market studies for companies like Google, Facebook and Creative Commons. Prior to Netpop Research, he served as Director of Online Media and Applications for Electronic Arts and held positions in the New Media and Interactive Department of DIRECTV. He holds a Master of Arts degree in Motion Picture Producing from the University of Southern California and a Bachelor of Arts degree with an emphasis in Economics and Business Administration from the University of California, Los Angeles.


Focus on Community
Location: 2009 Level:
Moderated by:
Josh Crandall (Netpop Research, LLC)
Jack Herrick (wikiHow), Mike Linksvayer (Creative Commons), Emily Richards (ArtisTech Media)
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For a group of strangers to share their works online, an environment of trust, openness and respect is required. “Creating a Culture of Sharing” examines the benefits and barriers to sharing online and whether creators and users of content agree (or disagree) on how content can be used. We will then focus on issues of attribution, copyright, and “copyleft” for a world online. Read more.
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