Last night Rob Burnett, CEO of Worldwide Pants, rogue movie maker, and all-around funny guy, regaled PandoMonthly guests in New York with insights on everything from Hollywood and cord cutting to Steve Carell’s career and Burnett’s personal hockey league.

The wide-ranging conversation yielded plenty of thoughtful commentary on the state of the television and movie industries, as digital media democratizes and disrupts them. As the CEO of the company behind “Late Show with David Letterman,” and as the director and producer of the low budget, independent film “We Made This Movie,” he has experienced the shifting media landscape from both sides.

The entire interview, along with the trailer for Burnett’s film, is available to watch below.

No time to watch the entire interview? Check out our playlist of highlight clips here, and coverage of the event here:

Rob Burnett to SAG: We’re Just Trying to Make an Honest Movie

Burnett: Hollywood’s Gates Aren’t Closed — They’ve Merely Moved

Burnett: Technology and the Web Are Democratizing Content Creation

Burnett: The Internet Would Have Chosen Steve Carell

Burnett: The Web and DVR Have Killed the Golden Era of Talk Shows

Burnett: Video On Demand Will Have To Cost Money