Twitter, Facebook, and Snapchat: On-Demand Social Video and the Real-Time Feed
Facebook and Twitter are making substantial investments to bring more video to their users. Learn how these new video platforms differ from established online video providers.
Existing social platforms such as Facebook and Twitter are making substantial investments to bring more video to their users. This panel discusses how these new video platforms differ from established online video providers and how measurement and monetization work for both the content creator and the platform provider. As these platforms become the real-time feeds more consumers use, learn how they are integrating video into their platforms, the role of programmatic algorithms, social discovery, and the competition they are giving traditional broadcast outlets.
Moderator: Erik Schwartz, Head of Product - BitTorrent
Jesse Redniss, Co-Founder - Brave Ventures
Dan Patterson, United Nations Correspondent, Technology Advisor
Mike Berkley, SVP, Product Management - Viacom
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