LONDON — With video consumption booming via mobile devices in emerging regions, including Africa and Indonesia, along with adoption of IP-connected TV’s in mature markets, video is moving inexorably to Internet-based delivery and will be far more pervasive than cable and satellite in ten years, says Andrew Roy, Head of News, BBC World News in this video segment

The Emergence of the Second Screen

Roy says that movement to IP-delivered video will be acclerated by the use of “second screen” devices and applications including Zeebox and the anticipated role of Apple TV.

Speaking about the value of Zeebox is Rob Owers, Producer, Sky News, he addresses the early integration of Zeebox and Sky News.

(Here is our report about Zeebox.)

This event was taped at the London headquarters of the Financial Times in June.  This segment has not been previously published.  The event was sponsored by Brightcove and Livestation.  You can find several clps from the event here.

Andy Plesser