Future of Video, Competition, and Open Internet Roundtable
Future of Video, Competition and Open Internet Roundtable
Watch the video of TIA's Future of Video, Competition and Open Internet Roundtable, held September 30 in Washington. The Roundtable highlighted the concerns of the carrier, broadcast and cable industries as the Internet, new entrants, and mobile technologies impact traditional video delivery platforms.
The panel featured John Bergmayer, Senior Staff Attorney, Public Knowledge; Matt Brill, Partner, Latham & Watkins; Lynn Claudy, Senior Vice President for Technology, National Association of Broadcasters; George Reed-Dellinger of Washington Analysis and David Young, Vice President, Federal Regulatory Affairs, Verizon and was moderated by former FCC Chief of Staff Bryan Tramont, now with the communications law practice of Wilkinson Barker Knauer; and TIA Vice President for Government Affairs Danielle Coffey.
The topics explored included content rights in the evolving multi-screen viewing experience; TV spectrum requirements, given the trending shift to viewing on Internet-connected devices; cable Wi-Fi networks; and the FCC's Open Internet proceeding, as it affects rules governing video streaming.