Our first overseas event was on Monday, March 8 at the London offices of the Guardian. Helping me co-moderate was Robert Andrews, editor of paidContentUK. 

 We are publishing a number of segments from the conference on this page, so please check back for updates:

3/9/10  Financial Times Mulls Paid Model for Online Video

3/9/10  Apple Inexorably Pulling Video Publishers to HTML5 — Whether They Like it Or Not

3/12/10 News Corp’s BSkyB Gaining Ad Traction with Online Offering and “TV Everywhere” Play

3/12/10 Reuters Readies Syndication Plan for Third-Party Video News Producers

3/15/10 Scottish TV Gaining Online Users via Facebook Connect

4/8/10 The Financial Times Readies Non-Flash Solution for Apple Mobile Platform

Event Coverage:  Beet.TV Roundtable:’s Stephen Pinches May Take Video Behind Paywall  FT Video Could Move Behind Paywall Online video: Reuters wants to offer more raw video to clients Roundtable: Adobe, Brightcove – HTML5’s No Flash Beater, But We’ll Support It Anyway BBC will prioritise live news video online, says newsroom head ‘My approach has always been to share videos with other publishers’ Roundtable: Economist Chief Says E-Readers Can Save Long-Form Journalism Video from How Reuters used social media in Iran to source video Interview: Open Government Data

Panelists were:

Steve Allison, Technical Evangelist, Adobe Systems EMEA
Greg Beitchman, Global Editor, Reuters News Agency
Alistair Brown, Head of Digital, STV Group PLC
Caroline Casey, Director, Digital Development, Turner Broadcasting
Daniel Franklin, Executive Editor, The Economist
Mary Hockaday, Head of Newsroom, BBC
Stephen Pinches, Lead Product Development Manager,
Sorosh Tavakoli, Founder and CEO, Videoplaza
Jeff Whatcott, Senior Vice President, Brightcove

Special thanks to our gracious event sponsor, Brightcove.

Andy Plesser, Executive Producer