We're pleased to announce Rajjat Barjatya, MD & CEO, Rajshri Media as a speaker at our second #NAMA Conference, being held on June 28th 2013 at The ITC Grand Central, Mumbai. Rajjat is a pioneer in the online video business in India, having released Vivah on Rajshri.com back in 2006, built a destination site with digital content, initially monetizing only with international advertising, then doing made-for-mobile content, and eventually building one of the largest YouTube channels in the world. He's produced content, syndicated content, done pay-to-download, pay-to-rent, international advertising driven, India advertising driven, mobile subscription, a destination site, YouTube Channels, as well as some live streaming. He is connecting old-media and new media, and it's not been easy. Submit questions for Rajjat here. Early bird tickets are now available. To book tickets, go here. To sponsor, contact Nikhil Pahwa at firstname.lastname@example.org / +91-98103-10053 Context What we want to know from Rajjat is how the digital content landscape is changing - a realistic picture of the online video space, and how he is adapting to it; what is he planning to do and why (we've heard of a few plans), what he is definitely not going to do and why, what excites him about the current scenario, what worries him and why, and the challenges - what needs to change. This is particularly important in the context of what we've seen recently - iStream shut down its video portal, Flipkart shut down its music store Flyte, and yet, Google is rolling out more…
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