BoomTown "Terrorizes" Beet.TV Online Video Roundtable (Video of This and More, of Course)
Here’s a whole lot of video from a panel discussion about the future of online video that BoomTown moderated last week in San Francisco.
Held at the offices of CBS (CBS) Interactive, it was organized by Andy Plesser, the kingpin of Beet.TV, the online video news site. Plesser moderated the second half of the two-hour (!!!) session, and I did the first hour.
One tweet of the event noted: “The Beet.TV just started and @karaswisher is already terrorizing the panelists.”
I beg to differ! I was strafing the giant panel in order to tame it!
The group assembled included Gregg Colvin of News Corp. (NWS) digital unit Fox Interactive, Karin Gilford of Comcast (CMCSA), Revision3’s Jim Louderback, Anthony Soohoo of CBS Interactive, Adobe (ADBE) exec Jennifer Taylor, and many, many others.
Topics included advertising, creative, innovative business models and much more about the online video space.
Here’s the full video, as well as an interview with me about my bad video practices (yes, I look exhausted, but the panel did last forever).
And I added a third video, which is a part of the longer one, in which I asked what devices or companies the panelists thought were the most promising.
The answer, for the most part: Those from Apple (AAPL), including its iPhone, iPod and, even before launch, iPad. Not surprisingly, however, given the Flash feud, Adobe’s Taylor picked the Google (GOOG) Nexus One mobile phone.
Here are the videos: