Time Lords: Delivering Snappy Mobile Video Content

Presented at London15: Mobile
March 5, 2015
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Click. Play. Share. Video is emerging as a dominant form of media consumption on mobile devices, with small-screen views now accounting for 22% of all digital video consumption. But just as with text, video audiences have different consumption patterns than they do in a desktop environment. Hear from our experts about how they’re providing meaningful content of various lengths to meet user needs.


Speakers

Joanna Webster
Global Editorial Director, Reuters TV
Cameron Church
Director, Stream Foundations
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