The Future of Web Video

DIGIDAY editor in chief Brian Morrissey and content director Corey Kronengold sat down with online video leaders to discuss the future of the business. Paul Kontonis, group director of brand content at Digitas, Jason Krebs, chief media officer at Tremor Media, and Jordan Berman, founder of Office Entertainment Network shared their takes on the most pressing issues facing creators and advertisers. The group discusses when branded content will live up to its promise, new avenues of distribution, and the problem of media buyers driving branded entertainment.

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