Sony's Berger: Crackle welcomes content snackers

Eric Berger, who runs Sony's Crackle unit, is a big believer in snacking--as long as it involves content. In a Hot Seat Q&A with FierceOnlineVideo's Mariko Hewer, Berger says, among other things, that while viewers are still primarily interested in full-length movies and TV shows, "sometimes… they will come in and watch part of that show and then they can pause and resume and watch more of that show at a later period of time." For the full Q&A, follow this link

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