Ken Auletta has been writing the Annals of Communication column for the The New Yorker since he was hired by Tina Brown in 1992. He is the acclaimed author of books such as Three Blind Mice: How the Networks Lost Their Way and Googled: The End of the World as We Know It. His latest book, Frenemies, has been received with the same fanfare and heat. (For more, read Jack Myers exclusive interview with him.) Auletta is a great observer of the media business and will talk about the book and the concept of Frenemies at the Video Everywhere Summit on October 30. DPAA President and CEO Barry Frey caught up with him for a brief Q&A. (Frey also interviewed LUMA Partners CEO Terry Kawaja and Deloitte Digital CMO Alicia Hatch, who will also speak at the summit.)
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