Katzenberg on Disrupting Legacy Industries, Streaming

Bloomberg Technology published this video item, entitled “Katzenberg on Disrupting Legacy Industries, Streaming” – below is their description.

WndrCo Founding Partner Jeffrey Katzenberg and Aura Founder & CEO Hari Ravichandran join Emily Chang from the Collision conference in Toronto to share what it takes to disrupt legacy industries, the rise of the cyber security industry, and the future of streaming.

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