Colin Nagy leads a panel discussion on the possible futures for entertainment content and the business models behind them. The panel includes Ezra Cooperstein (Current TV), Anil Dewan (KCRW), Rafat Ali (, and Kenny Ochoa (Sony BMG).

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KENNY- It’s a crucial time right now especially the record labels. It’s very interesting that there’s been such a focus to change in the last year after years of self-denial. We’re in the middle of a very big push on how to deliver content and monetize it. Our business model is based on a full length CD rather than singles. At Sony BMG, there’s less A&R and a greater focus on how we’re going to distribute it. My division (licensing) is the biggest – there’s now more expectations on to deliver revenues plus promote content.

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