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During the second session at our L.A. Year-End Digital Media Review and Mixer, our founder, publisher and editor Rafat Ali led a panel with…

During the second session at our L.A. Year-End Digital Media Review and Mixer, our founder, publisher and editor Rafat Ali led a panel with Albert Cheng, EVP of digital media for Disney-ABC Television Group; Miles Beckett, co-founder and CEO of EQAL and co-creator and executive producer of lonelygirl15 and KateModern; and Lewis Henderson, SVP – head of digital for William Morris Agency. Among the topics they covered were plans for 2009, indie content developers and those online video giants called YouTube and Hulu. Find out what Cheng had to say when he admitted ABC was not on either YouTube or Hulu and Rafat asked, point blank, “Why?” The video is embedded after the jump. Meanwhile, be sure to watch our video of Arianna Huffington’s Q&A with Ashton Kutcher. (RSS readers will have to click through..)

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  1. The next really big thing is the re-editing of archive material with advertising mashed into it…

    Its legally difficult but the audience possibilities are sensational..

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