QuickTakes: How do you think the iPhone will help the growth of the Web video industry?

Jul 15, 2007  •  Post A Comment

“Millions of people in the U.S. have had access to mobile video for some time, but overall, it hasn’t been all that much fun. Scrolling down text lists of content, waiting for streaming and download delays, and then you have to watch the video in a tiny window. … By radically changing the user experience, iPhone can help video entertainment companies like Atom by making mobile video fun, and creating a much larger audience of people who will voraciously devour mobile video, as they do on the Web. While the iPhone isn’t perfect, we are definitely rooting for success over here.”
—Scott Roesch, VP/general manager, AtomFilms
“More video devices in the marketplace creating a consumer-friendly experience are of great benefit to both the Web and mobile video industries. … The music industry was struggling with digital formats; the iPod revolutionized how music was consumed. If we look at that model and the bright future for mobile video, it can only be positive.”
—Rachael McLean, VP, Music, GoTV Networks


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