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Digital Hollywood Events at CES
January 7 - 9, 2013
Tuesday, January 8th
1:30 PM - 2:30 PM
Track I - STC8 -
SmartPhone & Tablet Conference
Location: North Hall N260
SmartPhones & Tablets: Communicator, Entertainer, Commerce Engine - Social Experiential Networks and Devices
As mobile devices, access and interactivity give consumers a full broadband, always-on experience, mobile technology is transforming into a full lifestyle expression and symbol of consumer identity -- like jeans, sunglasses and coffeemakers. The apps, the devices and the networks combine to empower lifestyles that encompass communication, entertainment and commerce.
Ian Greenblatt, Director, Content Strategy & Business Development, MOTOROLA MOBILITY
Brian Angiolet, Vice President of Marketing Communications, Verizon Wireless
Cameron Friedlander, VP/ Global, Creative Technology , Designkitchen, a WPP Group
Francisco Varela, Global Director of Platform Partnerships, YouTube
Benjamin Chen, Office of the Chairman, Viggle Inc.
Darren Feher, CEO, Conviva
Lucy Hood, Executive Director, Institute for Communications, Technology Management, USC Marshall School of Business, Moderator

Brian Angiolet, Vice President of Marketing Communications, Verizon Wireless: Brian Angiolet is responsible for advertising, media planning and buying, retail merchandising, CRM, promotional planning, sponsorships and go to market functions. This includes brand management and oversight for Verizon Communications as a whole. Prior to his current assignment, Brian served as Vice President of Consumer Product Strategy and Marketing for Verizon's Telecom business. In this position he was responsible for product, pricing and packaging to deliver long term growth and profitability. He led innovation for FiOS broadband and entertainment products, the content strategy and advertising monetization model, and the development of Redbox Instant, the joint venture between Redbox and Verizon to bring content, over-the-top and nationwide.

Ian Greenblatt, Director, Content Strategy & Business Development,
MOTOROLA MOBILITY: Greenblatt's role at Motorola is centered on developing and extending Motorola's relationships with the content community, as well as serving as a subject matter expert around the business of television and content distribution. Greenblatt is focused on bringing the rich world of metadata and context-aware content to the next generation of digital entertainment products. Greenblatt came to Motorola from Zattoo, a Zurich-based IPTV-based virtual MSO focused on delivering location-based broadcast television and cable networks to the desktop and laptop. As Vice President, Content Acquisition, he was instrumental in growing the user base from under 800,000 to just under 5 million in under eighteen months. Before Zattoo, Greenblatt was a founding executive and General Counsel of Broadbus, a pioneer of solid-state memory based computer systems for delivering both movies and television on-demand. Motorola acquired Broadbus in September 2006.Prior to Broadbus, Greenblatt held positions with Twentieth Century Fox Television, Warner Bros. legal department, Kirkland & Ellis and The Entertainment & Intellectual Property Group (a boutique entertainment law firm in Chicago). Ian has lectured at MIT Sloan School of Management, Georgia Institute of Technology, and Northwestern University, and sits on the board of directors of the Institute for Communications Technology Management (CTM) at the University of Southern California's Marshall School of Business. He holds a BS in Communications from Northwestern University, and a Juris Doctor from DePaul University College of Law.

Cameron Friedlander, VP/ Global, Creative Technology, Designkitchen [WPP]: Cameron is VP, Global Creative Technology at Designkitchen. Utilizing his progressive insight into existing and emerging technologies, he guides our agency's vision of crafting innovative solutions anchored by experience in design. Cameron weaves Designkitchen's strategic, creative, and technological facets into one driving force, designing digital ecosystems that usher our clients' brands into the environments of their target audiences. His solutions have launched effective campaigns for our clients, proven successful by their storytelling across multiple user touchpoints; physical, device, digital, and social constructs. Cameron has over twelve years of strategic marketing leadership and technology experience. Beginning at Designkitchen in 1999, he and his teams have conceptualized and developed award-winning solutions for numerous Fortune 500 companies, including HP, Sears, CVS, and Motorola, in addition to TD Ameritrade, Burger King, Land Rover, and Johnnie Walker.

Benjamin Chen, Office of the Chairman, Viggle Inc.: Mr. Chen serves in the Office of the Chairman and is on the board of Viggle Inc. (VGGL), a loyalty program for television that gives people real rewards for checking into the television shows they're watching. Viggle is a loyalty program for television that gives people real rewards for checking into the television shows they are watching. Available for Android, Apple iPhone®, iPad® and iPod touch®, Viggle automatically identifies the television shows its users are watching and awards them points when they check-in. Viggle users can redeem their points in the app's rewards catalogue for items such as movie tickets, music, gift cards or they can convert them into charitable donations. Benjamin Chen is a leader in business and technology management, with over 25 years of experience working with both startups and fortune companies, focused on media, online advertising, interactive agency, enterprise software, content management systems, networking and data centers. Mr. Chen was the Founder and CEO of Mochila, a leading content syndication platform for delivering customized solutions for brand advertisers and premium publishers. Mr. Chen has worked as an external entrepreneur in residence for both JP Morgan and Mission Ventures as well as acted as an advisor conducting due diligence on new business models and technologies for GE Capital. At iXL, a strategic interactive agency (now part of Publicis Groupe), Mr. Chen was the global CTO and CIO responsible for all internal and external technology initiatives, as well as leading the due diligence in the acquisition and integration of over 30 companies, helping grow the company in three years from 60 to 3,000 people, with offices in the US, Europe and Asia. Client engagements included work for AT&T, Delta Airlines, FedEx, GE, Sony and WebMD. He was part of the management team that took iXL public in 1999, with a market capitalization of over 4 billion. Mr. Chen was Founder and CEO of AppGenesys, CTO for Boxtop Interactive and Founder and CTO of Ironlight Digital (bought by Publicis Groupe). Mr. Chen also worked at CBS Studio Center, as a technologist working on the convergence of prime time television content and the internet. Mr. Chen produced the 1996 Emmy Awards Cybercast. Mr. Chen is frequently a speaker and panelist to new media, technology and venture conferences. Mr. Chen is a graduate from the University of Southern California and has Black Belts in Tae Kwon Do and Hapkido.

Darren Feher, president and chief executive officer, joined Conviva in October 2009 from NBC Universal, where he last served as executive vice president and chief technology officer. Mr. Feher brings more than 15 years of organizational management, business operations and technical experience to lead Conviva in addressing the rapidly changing online video marketplace. Mr. Feher spent nearly a decade at General Electric (GE) and NBC Universal and is regarded as the driving force behind the technical convergence of traditional television and digital media that helped position NBC Universal as a global leader. He is also credited with the company's advancements in online video, viral and social communities, interactive television, games, and mobile experiences. Additionally, he was instrumental in the fight against digital piracy with extensive technical and policy work resulting in the widespread adoption of video fingerprinting. Mr. Feher also spent five years as an Army Signal Officer and is a graduate of the US Military Academy at West Point.

Lucy Hood, Executive Director, USC CTM, (Institute of Communications Technology Management): Lucy Hood is a highly respected industry expert in telecom strategy and digital content. USC's CTM is the world's foremost Institute at the intersection of technology and content, offering its members cutting-edge research and business strategy, executive education and leadership forums for the digital industry. Corporate partners include AT&T, Verizon, HP, Cisco, Sun, Qualcomm, Motorola, Alcatel-Lucent, France Telecom, SK Telecom and Disney. Prior to joining USC's Marshall School of Business, Hood was President of Fox Mobile Entertainment, and Senior Vice President of News Corporation. Lucy Hood is widely known as an architect of corporate digital strategy, building News Corporation's mobile business to hundreds of millions through partnerships with companies such as Vodafone, AT&T, Qualcomm, Nokia and Verisign. Hood's team introduced text messaging in the US on broadcast TV via American Idol, and invented the Mobisode®, an early innovation in mobile video content. Hood was a key executive in launching numerous technology businesses at Fox, including and FX Cable. Previously, she was an executive at Paramount Pictures, and produced the news program, “Business Times.” Lucy Hood is a keynote speaker at major industry events and business conferences around the world such as CES, E3, CTIA, 3G World Congress, Wireless Influencers and Digital Hollywood. In addition, she has spoken on digital issues before top government officials in the US and in China. Lucy Hood has won numerous awards and is regularly featured in lists of key influential executives, including the Digital 50. She holds an M.B.A. from Columbia University's Graduate School of Business and a B.A. from Yale University.