Live From 30 Rock: Tune into Beet.TV Tuesday at 9 a.m. EDT…..Look Who’s on Our List!

By on 10/27/2008 8:28 PM @beet_tv

(The conference ended at noon. Please see our more recent post about the conference to watch the on-demand videos.)

Industry leaders from Yahoo!, YouTube, MySpace, AOL, Microsoft, The Washington Post, Dow Jones, CNN, and several emerging new companies are gathering for the big online video summit tomorrow, 10/28, at the digital cafe at 30 Rock.  It’s going to a very informative show and I hope you will watch.  We will be streaming it right here on Beet.TV via our Mogulus channel. You will also find it on TechCrunch and CNET  It will be live from 9:00 a.m. – noon. Thanks to Dan See all the participants below.

Very cool that Dan Farber, editor-in-chief of CNET and Erick Schonfeld will co-moderate the panel.  We will cover quite a number of categories about online video including the technology, monetization and how media companies are embracing video for news and entertainment.  Thanks to Charlie Tillinghast, president of for being out host.

Here is a line-up of our roundtable participants.

**Click hyperlinked names to watch interviews on Beet.TV**

Amir Ashkenazi, CEO
and Co-Founder, Adap.TV

Adam Berrey, Senior VP,

Victoria R.M. Brown,
CEO & Co-Founder, Big Think

Suranga Chandratillake,
CEO and Founder, Blinkx

Cristian Cussen, Director of Content and Marketing, MySpace TV

Dan Farber, Editor-in-Chief,
CNET  Co-moderator

Mary Kathleen Flynn,
Senior Video Producer, The Deal

Rachel Gartley, Operations Director, MESA

Richard Glosser,
Executive Director, Emerging Media, CondeNet

Daniel Graf, CEO, Kyte

David Hallerman,
Senior Analyst, eMarketer

Max Haot, CEO and
Founder, Mogulus

Mike Hudack, CEO and

Andrew Heyward, Senior
Advisor, Marketspace LLC/Monitor Group; former President, CBS News

Peter Kocks,
President, Truveo

Almar Latour, Managing Editor,

Laura Lee, Strategic Partner Development Manager, YouTube

Jason Liebman,
Co-Founder, HowCast

Gina de Mendonca, Group Planning Director, Ogilvy

Fred McIntyre,
Senior VP, AOL Video

Jimmy Pitaro, VP Sports and Entertainment, Yahoo!

Shoba Purushothaman,
CEO, The NewsMarket

Chet Rhodes,
Assistant Managing Editor of News Video, Washington

Bud Rosenthal, CEO, TurnHere

Eric Schmidt, Director
of Media and Advertising Evangelism, Microsoft

Tim Shey, Co-Founder,
Next New Networks

Erick Schonfeld,
Co-Editor, TechCrunch  Co-moderator

Charlie Tillinghast,
President and Publisher,  Event host

Tune in tomorrow!

Andy Plesser, Executive Producer

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