At last week's VideoSchmooze I moderated a wide-ranging panel discussion of how connected devices are impacting the video industry. Among the topics addressed were consumers' changing behaviors, the implications of device adoption on cord-cutting, how set-top boxes will evolve and if/when traditional cable TV programming will make its way onto multiple devices. Among other topics were the role of sports, security/authentication and advertising in the emerging video ecosystem, and how things will unfold over the next 3 years.
I'm pleased to present the video of this panel today (see below), which runs approximately 40 minutes.
Jim Funk - VP, Business Development, Roku
Patty Hirsch - SVP/GM, CBSSports.com College Network
Marcien Jenckes - SVP/GM, Video Services, Comcast Cable
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