Quantcast CEO Speaks

4:00 PM -- Today on Contentinople:

  • For the latest installment of our Tech Mavens interview series, editor Ryan Lawler sat down with Quantcast CEO and founder Konrad Feldman to discuss his company's approach to measurement and how it differs from its competitors'.

  • Contentinople publisher Scott Raynovich continues to report from the NAB Show in Las Vegas, today looking into the buzz surrounding video adoption on enterprise networks.

  • AT&T launched its Private Content Distribution Service, designed to accelerate rich media and file delivery in corporate networks.

  • Sentata Sports introduced Setanta-i, a video subscription service that will allow its customers to watch both live and on-demand content online, to complement the programming from its cable, satellite, and IPTV services.

And in today's News Bits, the rumors are true: MySpace CEO Chris DeWolfe is stepping down.

— The Staff, Contentinople

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