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Variety Studio at Cannes

Jeffrey Katzenberg and Meg Whitman, co-founders and partner CEOs at WNDRCO/Quibi spoke to Variety‘s Todd Spangler about their newest joint venture aimed at revolutionizing entertainment with short-form premium content customized for mobile consumption.

“We have a lot of confidence that we’re gonna be able to deliver this audience,” Whitman said during the Variety Studio at Cannes presented by Inscape & iSpot.tv. “Especially when you think about prevalent now streaming services are, how much of a habit watching video on mobile is — it’s extraordinary.”

 

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