LA Notes: The Future Of Content Panel

LA Notes: The Future Of Content Panel
Innovation

Colin Nagy led a diverse team of content producers and industry commentators on a mission to discuss how business models might change to adapt with emerging media. The panel included Ezra Cooperstein of Current TV, Anil Dewan of KCRW, Rafat Ali of PaidContent.org and Kenny Ochoa of Sony BMG Music Entertainment. Here are some excerpts of the superb discussion:

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 19 september 2007

COLIN: What is the most important platform or medium?

RAFAT – The future of content is whatever you want it to be. It will be everything you see comoing along like Twitter. Mobile is the most interesting thing happening today. There’s a confluence in the last 6 months that is trying to bridge the gap between telephone and online. That’s the most interesting thing we’ll see over the next 12 months – especially if Google wins a telecom license.

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