Bridging TV And Broadband And Cutting The Cable

At next months Streaming Media East show, we have over 30 sessions and 110 speakers talking and presenting on a wide range of topics. One of the sessions, moderated by Peter Kafka at All Things Digital, is entitled "Bridging TV And Broadband And Cutting The Cable" and contains speakers from Sling Media, TiVo, ESPN360 and boxee discussing what has become one of the most debated topics of late. Readers of my blog can register for the show using the special promo discount code of DRF1 which gets you a full two-day conference pass for only $695.

Bridging TV And Broadband And Cutting The Cable
Streaming sites like hulu, CBS, ABC, and others have proven that savvy audiences are turning to their computers for entertainment, and in a way that's profitable. How are traditional and cutting-edge companies capitalizing on this trend? In addition to providing the content, how are they taking advantage of this "connected" platform as they deliver content? And finally, how will this affect cable companies that are losing subscribers to this new content source?

  • Moderator: Peter Kafka, Senior Editor, All Things Digital
  • Michael Rosen, EVP, Chief Revenue Officer, Babelgum
  • John Gilmore, President, CEO, Sling Media
  • Avner Ronen, CEO, Founder, boxee
  • Damon Phillips, VP,

If you have a question you want me to ask one of the companies, put it in the comments section below.