Watch the Beet Retreat – Recorded Live On February 1

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VIEQUES, PR — Please check out this four and a half-hour Webcast with digital leaders from Bravo/NBCU, Dailymotion, Digitas, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, the Gannett Company, Forrester Research, GroupM,  MediaVest, MIT, Videology, the Washington Post Company and Zeebox recorded  Friday, February.

The series of one-on-one interviews comprises the opening day session of the two-day executive retreat produced by Beet.TV at the W resort on Vieques, Puerto Rico.  The live stream was produced by Dailymotion.  The event is focused on developments and trends in the fast-emerging medium of digital video.

Hosting the live show were Rob Norman of GroupM, Jason Pontin of MIT,  strategist Ashley Swartz and Beet.TV’s Andy Plesser.

Hosts and  Panelists:

Christina Baumier, VP, Xaxis

Jonathan Bokor, SVP, Director of Advanced Media, MediaVest 

Dan Colarusso, Head of Global Programming, Thomson Reuters

Jason Forbes, EVP & MD, Zeebox USA

Kevin Gentzel, CEO, NDN

Roland Hamilton, Managing Director, U.S., Dailymotion

Lisa Hsia, EVP, Digital Media, Bravo/NBCUniversal

Joy Marcus, Partner, Draper Fisher Jurvetson

Tom McMahon, President, Videology

Rob Norman, Global Chief Digital Officer, GroupM Worldwide

Joanna O’Connell, Analyst, Forrester Research

David Payne, Chief Digital Officer, Gannett Company, Inc.

Jason Pontin, Editor in Chief and Publisher, MIT’s Technology Review

Vijay Ravindran, Chief Digital Officer, The Washington Post Company

Stephanie Sarofian, SVP and Managing Director, Digitas

Adam Singolda, Taboola

Tom Wilde, CEO, RAMP

Ashley Swartz, Founder and CEO, Furious Minds

The live stream will be on this page and you can find it on Dailymotion right here.  You can grab the embed code of the stream from this player.

We will update this page with the show runtime tomorrow. So check back.

The Twitter hashtag is #BeetRetreat13  Please follow Beet.TV on @beet_tv

The Beet Retreat  was presented by Dailymotion with featured sponsorships by RAMP and Videology. .

 

 

 

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