The Future of Your TV
Dick Costolo, CEO of Twitter, Julius Genachowski, recently Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission and former executive at Internet and media company IAC/InterActiveCorp, and Michael Lynton, CEO of Sony USA, discuss how new technologies, trends, and innovations are reshaping the global TV and entertainment industries. Television is changing, thanks to the proliferation of new digital technologies—smartphones, tablets, HD video over broadband; consumers' rising demands for access to video programming anywhere and anytime; and the evolution of online video from niche service to thriving industry. What's the state of play, and what lies ahead?
 
Festival: 2013

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