Old Media Is Embracing Web Video April 2, 2012Posted by Joanne KY Teoh in Convergence, Journalism, News, Trends, Web Video.
Leading publishers, broadcasters, and advertisers are embracing Web video as the online visual news explosion impacts their business models.
At the recent Streaming Media West conference in Los Angeles, Richard Tanner, senior producer of video at The New York Times, spoke on how the paper of record is adapting to new media by changing a corporate culture entrenched in print.
To learn how the NYT Web Video Unit started creating online original content in 2006, watch the full video below.
This session discusses how converging media technologies are redefining traditional distribution methods, how interactive and on-demand services are changing, and how entertainment and news video are being consumed on new platforms.
Moderator: Troy Dreier, Senior Associate Editor, StreamingMedia.com
Speaker: Richard Tanner, Senior Producer, Video, The New York Times
Speaker: Jeff Freund, VP, GM, Web Content Management Group, Limelight Networks
Speaker: Marco Parente, Sr. Product Manager, Video, The Nielsen Company
Speaker: Darren Feher, CEO, Conviva