TWS2008 Panel – Innovation in Content Distribution

Yesterday I attended TWS2008, and moderated a panel with a bunch of smart people:

Lior Zoref, head of digital marketing in Microsoft Israel (yes, he works for MSFT, but we still love him)

Oded Kramer, Content Development Manager, Ulpaney Herzeliya

Eyal Magen, the co-founder of Gigya, one of the most succesfull widget platforms worldwide

The panel, which started in a fairly standard and quiet manner, quickly became a heated debate between Oded, who claimed that social networks didn’t have the magnitude required to make them a worthwhile venue for the TV industry, to Eyal and Lior who defended their turf by saying that TV is not conversational and belong to the past.

This debate compelled me to show off my latest purchase in the video department – a shiny new Canon HV30, that with the Rode Videomic is a great tool for quick and dirty video sessions, in full HD (Thank you Bill for the recommendation!)

Niv Calderon was kind enough to take this picture, that tells it all…

Oded Kramer, Lior Zoref, and I with the neat little cam…


3 Responses to “TWS2008 Panel – Innovation in Content Distribution”

  1. 1 Bill Cammack July 2, 2008 at 7:09 pm

    You’re welcom, Kfir. ๐Ÿ™‚

    Here’s an HV20 vido for you. Cheers! ๐Ÿ˜€

    Formats available: iPod (.mp4) | 720p HD (.mp4)

  2. 2 Kfir Pravda July 3, 2008 at 6:46 am

    Thanks Bill – that night was great!

  1. 1 The Perfect Online HD Video Production Kit For Less Than a $1000 « Pravda on Media, Technology, and Rebel Filmmaking Trackback on July 16, 2008 at 6:41 pm

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