TED Curator Chris Anderson On The Conference’s Past, Present & Future

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TED, the international conference known for tackling “ideas worth spreading” just topped a billion views for its videos. That’s a billion with a “b.”

That milestone didn’t just happen on its own – TED has been gathering momentum online for a decade.

The first step came in 2001, when TED’s current curator Chris Anderson’s Sapling Foundation took over and turned the company into a nonprofit organization. Five years later, in 2006, an experiment to post six TED-talk videos online led to the birth of a viral phenomenon. Today, these videos are watched

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