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Radio [itvt]: Live Social Broadcasting and its Implications for Television

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[itvt] is pleased to present an audio recording of the TVOT NYC 2015 session, "Live Social Broadcasting and its Implications for Television." The session was described in the show brochure as follows:

"The past year or so has seen a range of live social broadcasting platforms come into prominence, each with its own unique user experience, 'stars,' programming formats, incipient monetization techniques, and audience demographics. This session will explore this new form of video-based social media, identify the key differentiators of each platform, and attempt to assess live social broadcasting's significance both for television and for the more established forms of online video. 

Panelists included:

  • Rush Doshi, Co-Founder and GM, Firetalk
  • Will Jamieson, CMO, Stre.am
  • Ronald C. Pruett, Co-Founder, @RokerLabs
  • Shaan Puri, CEO, Blab
  • Erik Schwartz, Head of Product--Live, BitTorrent
  • Sharan Sklar, Head of Business Development, Independent Television Service
  • Tracy Swedlow, Editor-in-Chief, [itvt] (Moderator)

(Note: Tracy Swedlow will be moderating the panel session, "The Platforms of Live Streaming (Room 2)," at the Periscope Summit this Friday. For more information, go to: https://medium.com/@PeriscopeSummit/summitlive-agenda-9e342ca1fa8d#.8vg4zlkn3.)

The next TVOT SF 2016 show is June 7-8th in San Francisco!

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