Moderator: Mark Stevens, Partner, Fenwick & West David Horowitz, Principal, Comcast Interactive Capital Seth Haberman, CEO, Visible World Dan Beldy, Managing Director, Steamboat Ventures (a $400 m Disney fund with 16 investments) John Edwards, CEO, Move Networks Andrew Cleland, Executive Director, Investments, Time Warner
Roger Wood, Senior VP, GM of the Americas at Amobee Media Systems, made the most interesting comment so far at OnMedia when he suggested that sometime in the next 36 months there will be a watershed event, when the first Chief Marketing Officer of the Future is hired by a Fortune 1000 company. I captured a few of his ideas about what kind of CMO this will be.
Here are some highlights from the workshop that featured two lawyers (Sam Angus and Mark Stevens of Fenwick & West), two VCs (Will Price of Hummer Winblad and Dan Beldy, Steamboat Ventures), and one entrepreneur, Jed Simmons, COO of Next New Networks whose company raised $8 million from non-Silicon Valley investors for their content business:
Moderator: James Montgomery, CEO, Montgomery & Co. John Edwards, CEO, Move Networks Adam Berrey, SVP Marketing & Strategy, Brightcove Iaain Scholnick, CEO, ImageSpan James asked what video business models are successfully being rolled out in 2008.
I'm here in New York City today for the final day of the AlwaysOn OnMedia NYC conference. The first session is on monetizing internet video. John Edwards, CEO of Move Networks, is introducing himself right now. The panel moderator is James Montgomery, Montgomery & Co CEO, and the other two panelists are Adam Berrey, SVP Marketing Strategy of BrightCove, and Iain Scholnick, CEO, ImageSpan. I'll be taking notes and posting throughout the day.