How the New York Times Is Pushing Ahead With Chromecast Development
For anyone who hasn't noticed, the New York Times has quietly become an online video leader, creating some of the most thoughtfully-produced pieces around. Leading that effort is Maxwell Da Silva, a video architect for the Times, who visited the recent Streaming Media West conference to talk about the site's focus on Chromecast development.
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NFL Now: Cory Mummery Explains What Works in Online Video Advertising
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Sherry Brennan of Fox Networks on TV Everywhere's Slow Rollout
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Danny Fishman of Believe Entertainment Group on Branded Content
Integrating brands with entertainment properties is more common online than in broadcast television, but that doesn't mean viewers will put up with just anything. For Believe Entertainment Group a successful product means putting the talent first.