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Thursday, June 20 • 3:35pm - 4:15pm
Which video strategy for your newsroom? Is live streaming a blockbuster for the young?

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Because of their popularity both for audiences and advertisers, videos are becoming increasingly important online, in news apps, and on connected TVs. How many videos can be produced in-house and how many partnerships are required? Is it better to partner with a worldwide platform or build your own video platform? What will be the role of new players in the multi-channel networks?

This session is a follow-up of the session held with HuffPo Live.

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Grig Davidovitz

CEO, RGB Media
Grig is a journalist and consultant specializing in developing journalism for digital media. His areas of expertise are news design and usability, online revenue models and newsroom structure. He was previously Editor in Chief of Israel's Haaretz websites, responsible for the strategic development of digital platforms, and the Deputy Head of the News Department of the newspaper. He founded RGB Media in 2011 with two other partners, also... Read More →

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Sue Brooks

Director of Video Transformation, Associated Press
Sue has worked as a journalist for local and national British newspapers, radio stations and all the UK’s national television networks, including ITN where she was editor of News at Ten. She has helped launch new TV channels and won national and international awards for journalism and film-making. In 2001 AP appointed Sue to help develop and manage the digitalisation of its London newsroom and in 2011 she became AP's Director of Video... Read More →
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Gregory Dray

Head of News and Education, YouTube EMEA
Before joining Google/YouTube, Gregory was in charge of international business development, digital media, at Lagardere Active. Previously he was VP Marketing, France & International, at Dailymotion and worked for 8 years at Time Warner Inc. He studied politics in Paris and also studied at the Stanford University Graduate School of Business | |

Thursday June 20, 2013 3:35pm - 4:15pm
Salle des Fêtes 3 rue de Lobau, 75004 Paris

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