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Frost & Sullivan's Global Director of Digital Media Mukul Krishna dropped by VideoMind recenty to talk about effectively monetizing streaming video assets, how technology is changing entertainment, and what it's like working at Frost & Sullivan.
I recently sat down with Frost & Sullivan's Global Director of Digital Media Practice Mukul Krishna to talk about the convergence of technology and entertainment.
We had a lively conversation about personalizing media for every viewer, the future of online ratings, and Teletubbies.
Best. Intro. Ever.
One of my favorite parts about my job is that I get to meet and talk with interesting people from all parts of the film and television value chain: writers, producers, distributors, technology wonks, agencies and advertisers -- even the talent.
Each month, we take a dive into comScore's numbers on U.S. online viewing habits. But this month, we have some data on the viewing behavior of our neighbors down south. Among the findings, Mexico leads in online video, watching an average of 14 hours in August.
It's election season, and that means big dollars for Hulu.
Is pay TV too expensive? Craig Moffett at Bernstein Research thinks so, calling it "a train wreck in the making."
Telstra Media Chief Rick Ellis stopped by the VideoMind studio recently and spoke about the shifting relationship between broadcast and broadband video. We also talk about Australia's killer insects.
He spoke about the move to mobile, multi-screen broadcasting:
"The uptake of video content in that multi-screen environment is just going crazy. We need to figure out how to monetize that."
On multi-screen monetization strategies:
Telstra CEO David Thodey dropped by VideoMind recently to talk about mobile, multi-screen television and the power of personalizing media with online video analytics.
He spoke about the challenges traditional TV operators and service providers face as premium content shifts online.
I recently sat down with David Thodey, CEO of Telstra, Australia's largest telecommunications company, and lead investor in Ooyala's series E round.
We spoke about online video trends, multi-screen broadcasting and personalized media.
"We're very excited about the multi-screen world."