Watch the Digiday Video Livestream

Digiday will livestream the Digiday Video conference on its homepage starting at 11amEST. The conference’s theme is “The multi-screen paradigm,” and sessions will examine topics like the challenges and opportunities in online video; how video can make brands funny; and whether the industry needs to adopt the GRP for measurement. Speakers include Janet Balis, the publisher of The Huffington Post; Josh Nafman, digital brand manager at PepsiCo; and Kevin McGurn, vp of ad sales at Hulu.

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