We are producing a live show of our online video industry summit on Tuesday, October 28 from 9-noon EDT, from the msnbc.com digital cafe at 30 Rockefeller Plaza, headquarters of NBC.

CNET News.com Dan Farber and TechCrunch co-editor Erick Schonfeld will join me in moderating in-depth discussions on technology, monetization and the changing role of video in journalism and entertainment. Charlie Tillinghast, president and publisher of msnbc.com is hosting us.

Among the thirty participants are senior executives from AOL,
Akamai, Adap.TV, BigThink, Blip.tv, Brightcove, Blinkx, CondeNet, CNN, e-Marketer, Dow Jones/Wall Street Journal, HowCast, Kyte, msnbc.com, Microsoft,
Mogulus, MySpace, NextNewNetworks, the Newsmarket, The Deal, Truveo,
TurnHere, The Washington Post, Yahoo!, YouTube and others.

We are streaming the video on our channel on Mogulus.  You can watch it live or later on demand.  If you want to grab the embed code to stream on your blog or site, please do.  You will find the code on our Mogulus page.

Also, we will be publishing numerous segments from the conference and one-on-one interviews with participants over the next several weeks.

Yesterday in Madison Park, I spoke with Kelsey about the conference and developments at Beet.TV. I’ve posted our chat above.  It is all very exciting!

Although we can’t physically accommodate you at the event, we invite you to
watch right here on Beet.TV.  There is no charge or registration.  I
hope you will join us and hope you find it informative.

Andy Plesser, Executive Producer

A Note about Our Show:  The webcast is being produced by Beet.TV and streamed on Mogulus.  It is not being produced by msnbc.com or NBC.  So, it should work fine — but it wont be, ah, super slick.