The Best VideoMind Moments of 2012 - VIDEO

By Greg Franzese on Jan 11 2013 at 8:00 AM

VideoMind had a hell of a year in 2012. We laughed. We cried. We interviewed leading technology and media executives. 

Lucky for you, we got it all on tape.
 
Check out the video above for a look back at some of the serious and silly moments the VideoMind team experienced last year, and stay tuned for more insights, interviews and Smart TV news in 2013.
 
Comments? Concerns? Conundrums? Tweet us @VideoMind, or leave a comment below.
 
As always, thanks for watching!
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