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Digital Hollywood New York City, November 15-16, 2012
McGraw-Hill Building, 49th Street and 6th Ave., New York City
Friday, November 16, 2012
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Session B:
Room 209
Over the Top Video - TV, iPad - Tablet - SmartPhone - PC - Connecting into the Future
Jack Perry, Founder & CEO, Syncbak
Gregg Bernard, Senior Vice President - Business Development, Vimeo
Stuart Rosove, VP Business Development & Intellectual Property, Irdeto
David Adams, Vice President of Corporate Development, Accedo
David Larkin, founder and CEO,
Roland Hamilton, Managing Director US, Dailymotion
Greg Weinstein, G Major Entertainment, Moderator
Ashwin Navin, CEO, Flingo

Jack Perry, Founder & CEO, Syncbak: a media technology company founded in 2009 that has crea
ted an internet TV platform and consumer destination for live broadcast TV on connected devices. Prior to Syncbak, Perry was CEO of Decisionmark Corp. (1996-2009), a 2004 Inc. 500 fastest growing company. Perry is the creator of several products serving the satellite and broadcast communities and is credited with creating the technology that enables satellite companies to provide distant network signals and local programming to their subscribers. Perry also created, the first online search utility for television,, a consumer website supporting the transition to digital broadcasting and, a web-based technology used by every ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox television station. Perry holds 19 patents related to delivery of entertainment content over-the-air, over-satellite and over-the-Internet. He is a respected figure inside the beltway on issues related to digital entertainment, copyright and communications law and has testified before US Congress. In 2002 Perry was inducted into the Academy of Digital Television Pioneers and nominated for an Academy Award (Best Industry Leadership) in 2005. He was also elected to National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences in 2003 and named one of the 40 most influential people in the consumer electronics industry the same year.

Gregg Bernard, Senior Vice President of Business Development - Vimeo: Gregg joined Vimeo in March 2011 as the Senior Vice President of Business Development. He is responsible for all strategic business development activities worldwide. Gregg's team focuses on establishing partnerships related to Vimeo's core subscription products, platform distribution, and product development initiatives. Prior to joining Vimeo, Gregg spent 10 years at Sony Corporation, where he held various strategic and development roles, most recently overseeing its Business Development Group. His team identified new business opportunities and developed strategic alliances for Sony's various U.S. operating companies in the Electronics, Gaming, and Entertainment space. He joined Bear, Stearns & Co. in 1999 as an Equity Research Associate in the Media & Entertainment Group, where he analyzed the television and radio broadcasting sector, and was involved in several IPO's, mergers, and acquisitions. Gregg started his career in the media and entertainment industry at MTV Networks. Over the course of five years, he served as a Business Manager overseeing Financial and Strategic Planning for various operations including Original Programming, Production, Marketing, Programming Acquisitions, Ad Sales, and Network Operations. Gregg received a B.S. in Television, Radio and Film Management from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. He attended New York University Stern School of Business and received an MBA in Finance and International Business.

Stuart Rosove, VP Business Development & Intellectual Property, Irdeto: has more than
18 years of experience in technology management and market development. Rosove was formerly the CEO of BayTSP (acquired by Irdeto) where he was responsible for growth initiatives including strategic partner development and expansion. Prior to joining BayTSP, Rosove was VP, Media & Entertainment at Digimarc where he was responsible for Intellectual Property Licensing, market development and strategic partnership development. In that role, he worked closely with Digimarc Licensees, and various stakeholders in the Digital Media delivery ecosystem to promote the adoption of digital watermarking for managing, protecting and enhancing digital content. Rosove was also responsible for the joint venture between Digimarc and the Nielsen Company which was announced in 2009. Prior to joining Digimarc, Rosove was president and CEO of Activated Content Corp., a leading supplier of digital watermarking solutions to the music industry. Rosove was also CEO of AudioTrack Watermark Solutions and founder and CEO of Sequel Technology Corp. He has held senior management positions at Delrina and QNX Software. Rosove has completed the Executive Program at Stanford University Graduate School of Business, holds a Bachelor's Degree in Journalism from Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada and a Bachelor's Degree in English from the University of Manitoba in Canada.

Ashwin Navin is CEO and Co-founder of Flingo. Prior to Flingo, he was the President and Co-founder of BitTorrent Inc. He started BitTorrent following a position at Yahoo where he was an influential member of the company?s Corporate Development group, where he handled a number of acquisitions, partnerships and alliances. Before Yahoo, Ashwin worked with Wall Street powerhouses Goldman, Sachs & Co. and Merrill Lynch as an investment banker and research analyst. Ashwin earned a dual B.A. from Claremont McKenna in Government and Economics.

Roland Hamilton is currently Managing Director US for Dailymotion, the world's second largest video website with over 110 million monthly visitors worldwide. Hamilton leads US operations for Dailymotion including overseeing content, finance, sales and marketing. Previously Hamilton was the SVP of Sales for Dailymotion where for over 2 years he led a national sales team focused on video advertising solutions for Fortune 1000 brands. Hamilton's team forged advertising partnerships with some of the world's leading advertisers including Procter and Gamble, Disney, Electronic Arts, and Frito Lay. Prior to Dailymotion, Hamilton ran national sales at Fox Digital Media's Beliefnet. During his 5 years as VP of Sales he built a national sales organization that drove triple-digit revenue growth resulting in an acquisition by News Corporation in November 2007. With over 15 years of experience in digital media, Hamilton has held senior roles at CBS, NBC, DoubleClick and Fox. He is an active member of the IAB's digital video counsel and a co-chair of New York Advertising Club's Media Action Committee. He lives with his wife Melanie and son Trey in the East Village of New York City.

David Adams, Vice President, Corporate Development, Accedo: the leading enabler of Smart TV an
d IPTV applications. He is based at the company's Silicon Valley office, where he is responsible for strategic partnerships, new product strategy, and M&A. Mr. Adams has more than 20 years of executive experience leading teams developing innovative products in digital media, software, and consumer electronics from concept to market delivery. Mr. Adams also has extensive experience as an innovator and developer of new social media and gaming services in the emerging Smart TV space. In 2006, Mr. Adams co-founded Rallypoint Systems, a pioneer of the Smart TV space, which developed one of the first widget platforms and app stores for an internet connected TV running on a standard TV chipset. Prior to Rallypoint, Mr. Adams was a founder and Managing Direct at Rocket Ventures, a Silicon Valley venture capital firm focused on software and digital media. Mr. Adams graduated from the University of Chicago, and currently resides in Palo Alto, California.

David Larkin, founder and CEO, David Larkin has experience in both new media
and "old" media. He is the Founder and CEO if <>, a search engine and universal queue for movies. David is also Executive Chairman of Nanotronics Imaging, an innovative platform for high resolution digital imaging and analysis. David worked in every role throughout the film and video industry from production manager to producer in New York and Hollywood. Memorable films include The Flamingo Kid, Kane and Abel, and late night cable staple Cannibalistic Humanoid Underground Dwellers, better known as CHUD. He was a producer of "Made in China" which won the jury prize for best narrative feature at the South by Southwest Film Festival in 2009. David was Vice President of the Larkin Group, the world’s largest producer of fashion tradeshows, and founded the Tradeshow News Network, <>, the tradeshow industry’s leading site on the internet which was sold to the Tarsus Group. David's business also extends to philanthropy. He is on the Board of Directors of Trickle Up, an innovative group that helps the world’s poorest people start businesses thorough micro grants and business training. In the last 30 years, Trickle Up has started over 125,000 businesses in more than 90 countries. He is also a director of the Montauk Observatory, the mission of which is to build a public astronomical observatory for the education and enjoyment of students, astronomy buffs and families on the East End of Long Island. In October 1996 David was part of a team that be made the first descent of an unexplored river in Tibet, the Shilo Hi, accompanied by a National Geographic writer/photographer and film crew.

Greg Weinstein, G Major Entertainment: Greg launched and ran A&E/History's Digital Media Studio, was VP of Digital Content Strategy for MTV, VP of Programming & Development for Comcast, and helped launch History's new spinoff channel H2. He has supervised cross platform content for Pepsi, Nikon, Wrigley, Taco Bell, Dr. Pepper, Virgin Mobile and Lego.