Wired contributing editor Frank Rose moderates a discussion about the future of Web video at The Hollywood Hill Tuesday, July 29th, 2008 at The Hollywood Hill Event Facility, Hollywood and was originally featured as part of Wired.com article on the future of web video a few months ago. “Hollywood Has Finally Figured Out How to Make Web Video Pay”.
Speaker(s): Cameron Death (VP, NBC Universal Digital Studios), Marshall Herskovitz, Creator, Quarterlife), Stan Rogow (Director, Gemini Division), Josh Metzger (SVP, Veoh), Nathan Coyle (Agent/Production Integration, CAA). Moderated by Frank Rose (Contributing Editor, Wired Magazine) at the Hollywood Hill.
The video comes by way of Norman Gilmore
Sexy Stars. Big-Name Producers. Greenscreen Tricks. Watch Out, Amateurs:
Hollywood Is Setting Its Sights On Web Video. Rule 1: Product Placement
Gets Top Billing. Our event discussion will focus on business models
and creative challenges for professional Web video and will cover such
topics as venture investment and product integration opportunities.
See the longer version here.