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Video From Last Year's 2008 Advertising 2.0

Last Year's Keynote Speaker
Susan Decker, President, Yahoo!
One on One Interview by:
Jonah Bloom, Editor, AdAge

Advertising 2.0 New York
Wednesday, June 10th - Thursday, June 11th
Barry Diller
, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of IAC
One on One with:
Jon Fine, Columnist, BusinessWeek

Barry Diller
is the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of IAC. He also serves as the Chairman of Expedia, Inc. and Ticketmaster Entertainment, Inc. Since December 1992, beginning with QVC, Mr. Diller has served as chief executive for a number of predecessor companies engaged in media and interactivity prior to the formation of IAC.

From October 1984 to April 1992, Mr. Diller served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Fox, Inc. and was responsible for the creation of Fox Broadcasting Company in addition to Fox's motion picture operations.

Before joining Fox,
Mr. Diller served for ten years as the Chairman and Chief Executive of Paramount Pictures Corporation. In March 1983, in addition to Paramount, Mr. Diller became President of the conglomerate's newly formed Entertainment and Communications Group, which included Simon & Schuster, Inc., Madison Square Garden Corporation and SEGA Enterprises, Inc. Prior to joining Paramount, Mr. Diller served as Vice President of Prime Time Television for ABC Entertainment.

Mr. Diller was born in San Francisco and raised in Beverly Hills.
He serves on the boards of The Washington Post Company and the Coca-Cola Company. He is also a trustee of New York University and serves on the Executive Board for the Medical Sciences at UCLA, in addition to the boards of Conservation International and the Board of Councilors for the School of Cinema-Television at the University of Southern California. Mr. Diller is also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.

IAC is a leading internet company with more
than 35 fast-growing, highly-related brands serving loyal consumer audiences… its mission is to harness the power of interactivity to make daily life easier and more productive for all people all over the world. Some of IAC’s businesses include,, Citysearch, Evite, ServiceMagic, and

Expedia, Inc. is one of the world's leading
travel services companies. With its portfolio of leading travel brands, Expedia, Inc. empowers business and leisure travelers with the tools and information they need to easily research, plan, book and experience travel. The company also provides wholesale travel to offline retail travel agents. Expedia, Inc.'s main websites include:®,™, Hotwire®, Expedia® Corporate Travel, Trip Advisor™ and Classic Custom Vacations®. Expedia, Inc. also operates international sites in Canada, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy, Netherlands and China through its investment in eLong™.

Ticketmaster Entertainment, Inc.
consists of Ticketmaster and Front Line Management Group. As the world’s leading live entertainment ticketing and marketing company, Ticketmaster operates in 19 global markets providing ticket sales, ticket resale services, marketing and distribution through, one of the largest e-commerce sites on the internet; approximately 6,700 retail outlets and 19 worldwide call centers. Some of Ticketmaster Entertainment, Inc.’s websites include Ticketmaster, TicketsNow, liveDaily, iLike and Emma Entertainment.

Jon Fine, Columnist, BusinessWeek: Jon Fine is the media columnist for BusinessWeek and an on-air contributor to CNBC. Prior to his arrival at BusinessWeek, Fine covered print media for Advertising Age, where he arrived just in time to observe magazines’ and newspapers’ dizzying fall from their dot-com-fueled heights. His freelance work has appeared in GQ, Spin, ESPN The Magazine, and Newsday, where he wrote the “Pushing 30” column. In an ongoing alternate life as a musician, Fine’s played in bands that have released several LPs and CDs and have toured in ten countries. Fine was born in Texas and raised in the wilds of suburban New Jersey. He is a graduate of Oberlin College, and now lives in Brooklyn with his wife, founder Laurel Touby.