Saturday, April 21, 2007

IPTV up and traditional TV down

There has been a national discussion about the future of television in Finland. The CEO of YLE (The Finnish Broadcasting Company), a former Microsoft Finland director said in a controversial speach to the Swedish language daily Huvudstadblade that it's possible that the traditional television is history in ten years time.

I'd like to know more abot this presentation at the Web 2.0 Expo in San Fransisco. Is there a webcast or podcast about the internet video revolution somewhere? Need to do some digging.


The Lost Remote: The Internet Video Revolution

Liz Gannes, gigaom
Jay Adelson, CEO, Digg/Revision3
Erik Hachenburg, CEO, Metacafe
Howard Lindzon, Creator and Founder, Wallstrip
Marc Siry, VP of Product Management & Design, >nbbc / NBC Universal
Dirk-Willem van Gulik, The Apache Software Foundation - Board Member, Joost

Track: Strategy and Business Models
Date: Monday, April 16
Time: 10:10am - 11:00am
Location: 2009

As the major TV networks continue to deal with ratings loss and falling advertising revenue, internet video has established itself as a viable web property for billion-dollar companies like Google, and original content producers alike.

This panel made up of analysts, pioneering online advertisers, and content producers will examine new trends in IPTV market reach, explaining how to get the most bang for your buck.
  1. IPTV market research
  2. Online advertisers
  3. Content producers
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