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Senate Commerce Committee
April 24, 2012
This hearing will consider the future of online video. It will explore the migration of viewing from traditional television to Internet and broadband-enabled video content. It will examine the role that disruptive technologies play in facilitating this transition, and the business and legal models that foster the growth of this sector.
Mr. Barry Diller
Chairman and Senior Executive
Mr. Paul Misener
Vice President for Global Public Policy
Ms. Susan Whiting
The Nielsen Company
Mr. Blair Westlake
Corporate Vice President, Media & Entertainment Group
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