Akamai: Half of Premium Video to Be Viewed on Devices in 3 Years
Half of premium video content will be consumed by connected deviices, via the Internet, by early 2014, says Akamai's chief media and entertainment strategist Chris Van Noy in this interview with Beet.TV
Beet.tv spoke with Van Noy at the Beet.TV Digital Strategy Summit at Bloomberg on Thursday. He was a panelist in a session moderated by TechCrunch co-editor Erick Schonfeld.
The entire conference will be Webcast today, April 5, at noon EDT.
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[Editor's Note: This article and video first appeared on Beet.TV, and we republish it here with kind permission.]
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