Broadcast, cable and satellite, YouTube, iTunes and Fancast. What’s working, what’s not, and who’s got indigestion.
Moderator: Mugs Buckley, TDG
Karin Gilford, SVP Comcast Interactive Media: Manages Fancast, the online video-streaming site.
Ben Ling, YouTube: We want people to watch YouTube on-demand in any place.
Jeff Meyer, Scripps Networks: Oversee any revenue generation, interactive experience for our content, from VOD to online ads. Owning the rights give us the ability to do what we want with the content.
Hardie Tankersley, FOX Broadcasting: Work on online content for the broadcast network (The Simpsons, House). We’re trying to figure out, what does it mean to be a broadcast company in an online world? We also creating content around our shows and monetize that content.
Greg Douglass, Accenture: Work with people to figure out online video, also own two online video and music distribution companies.
Mugs: What can’t I see online from Fox?
Hardie: You can’t see anything with lots of music content just because we can’t get the rights. We think that anything freely available over the air should be freely available online.
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