Televisionation: Interactive TV Works Founder, Craig Leddy, in Conversation with the iTV Doctor

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Televisionation: Interactive TV Works Founder, Craig Leddy, in Conversation with the iTV Doctor

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Jan

Televisionation: Interactive TV Works Founder, Craig Leddy, in Conversation with the iTV Doctor

http://tvotshow.com/televisionation - Televisionation: Friday Fireside features Rick Howe, The iTV Doctor, in conversation with prominent figures from the advanced-TV/video industry.
 
Our guest for this week’s Friday Fireside is television industry veteran and scholar Craig Leddy, Founder, President and Senior Market Analyst for Interactive TV Works. We start with an exceedingly timely conversation on the role of media in the January 6th events in Washington DC, and move on to Craig’s amazing work with the Interactive Case Competition. The Interactive Case Competition (for which the good doctor has been a coach) features top student teams presenting Pay TV and OTT streaming models before an industry audience and a judging panel of leading executives. The winning teams receive cash prizes and are eligible for additional competitions.

 

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