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Digital Hollywood Events at CES
January 7 - 9, 2013
Wednesday, January 9th
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Track II - DH10 -
Digital Hollywood
Location: North Hall N258
Venture Funding, Investment & Mergers - Leadership in the Entertainment & Technology Space: Broadband, Social Networks, Mobile and Games

Join a group of influential players in the media, entertainment and tech finance worlds for an enlightening look at emerging growth areas in our industry. They reveal where the value and opportunities are, who's investing and whether we're headed for a bubble or sustained hypergrowth in the convergence space.
Scott Levine, Managing Director, Time Warner Investments
Hany Nada, Partner, GGV Capital
Norm Fogelsong, General Partner, Institutional Venture Partners (IVP)
Yoav Tzruya, Partner, Jerusalem Venture Partners
Kevin Spain, General Partner, Emergence Capital Partners
Keval Desai, Partner, InterWest Partners
Joey Tamer, President, S.O.S. Inc., Moderator

Scott Levine is a Managing Director at Time Warner Investments, where he is foc
used on digital media investment opportunities that have a strategic fit with Time Warner's operating divisions. Scott is a board observer of Conviva, Adaptly and Gaia Online. Scott was previously the SVP of Corporate Development at Sony Music, where he led M&A, venture investments and digital strategy. Prior to Sony, he was a Vice President at General Atlantic, a growth equity firm with $17 billion under management. Scott has also been an operator at three digital media startups, including myYearbook (social network; $100mm sale to QPSA), Liquid Audio (online music retailer; IPO, sold to Wal-Mart) and Verance (audio watermarking). Scott is a graduate of Stanford University (Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering) and Columbia University (MBA, B.S. in Electrical Engineering).





Hany Nada, Partner, GGV Capital: Hany is one of the leading investors in digital
media, games, and music companies today. He has invested in companies such as SoundCloud, Pandora, RootMusic (BandPage), Glu Mobile, Turbine, WildTangent, and Xfire. He's very interested in the intersection of music, social, and mobile - and how artists, publishers, and game developers can leverage mobile technology to make money in the digital age. He has spoken at Digital Hollywood at CES as well as mainstage at CES, as well as SXSW Music, Casual Connect US and Europe, New York Games Conference, SF MusicTech, MediaSummit NYC, and more. He also writes about the shifts in the music industry and media industries:






Norm Fogelsong, General Partner, Institutional Venture Partners (IVP): Norm Fogelsong joined Institutional Venture Partners (IVP) in March 1989 and is currently a member of the Board of Directors of the National Venture Capital Association (NVCA). With more than 30 years of high-technology venture capital and growth equity experience, he emphasizes investments in private later-stage companies and in select public market opportunities. Norm has led investments in Artisan Components (ARTI), Aspect Communications, Compaq Computers (CPQ), Concur Technologies (CNQR), Convex Computers (CNVX), Cortina Systems, Danger (MFST), InphoMatch (SAP), Integrated Circuit Works (CY), Lam Research (LRCX), LensVector, Marketo, Motion Computing, Platinum Software (PSQL), Polycom (PLCM), SkyStream Networks (ERIC), TelCom Semiconductor (TLCM) and Websense (WBSN). Norm also actively participated in venture investments in Akamai (AKAM), Amgen (AMGN), At Road (TRMB), Applied Biosystems (ABI), Chordiant (CHRD), ComScore (SCOR), Cypress Semiconductor (CY), Digital River (DRIV), Genentech (DNA), Linear Technology (LLTC), LoopNet (LOOP), LSI (LSI), MIPS Computer Systems (MIPS), Quantum (QTM), Silicon Graphics (SGI), SuccessFactors (SFSF), SupportSoft (SPRT), Synchronoss Technologies (SNCR), 3COM (COMS), Verisity (VRST), WebEx (WEBX) and Zynga. For Cortina Systems, Norm arranged a $132 million investment syndicate, and the proceeds were used to buy a $100 million division that was being spun out of Intel. His most recent investments include LensVector, a leader in dynamic solid-state optics, and Marketo, the global leader in Revenue Performance Management solutions. Norm began his career as a computer programmer at Hewlett-Packard. He then worked as a management consultant with McKinsey & Company where he specialized in strategic planning. He has served the local community as the Treasurer of the Children's Health Council, the Secretary of the Churchill Club, the Founder of the Kona Jazz Festival and as a member of the Major Gifts Committees at Menlo School and Stanford University. Norm earned a B.S. in Management Science & Engineering from Stanford University (Phi Beta Kappa), an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School and a J.D. from Harvard Law School.

Kevin Spain, Principal, Emergence Capital Partners: Kevin is a Principal at Emergence Capital Partners. His deep knowledge of the enterprise and consumer technology sectors comes from time spent at blue-chip software companies and from his experience as an entrepreneur. He currently sits on the board of Veeva Systems, Zuberance and SupportSpace. Prior to joining Emergence, Kevin was a senior member of Microsoft's Corporate Development group. In this role, he shared responsibility for sourcing, structuring, and negotiating Microsoft's acquisitions, strategic investments, and joint ventures. Under his leadership, Kevin's team participated in over $500 million in transactions spanning all of Microsoft's business groups. Prior to Microsoft, Kevin was with Electronic Arts, where he was a member of the team that launched EA's online gaming business. Today, Electronic Arts operates several of the most popular online gaming destinations in the world. Later, Kevin served in Electronic Arts' Corporate Development group, where he helped manage the Company's acquisition and strategic investment efforts. Before Electronic Arts, Kevin was Co-Founder and CEO of atMadison.com, a business he started after winning the first annual Wharton Business Plan Competition. atMadison.com provided a hosted marketing management solution for small and medium sized companies. Kevin earned an MBA from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and a BBA from the University of Texas at Austin. He is a graduate of the Kauffman Fellows Program.

Yoav Tzruya, Partner, Jerusalem Venture Partners: Yoav brings strong background and in
dustry recognition in the fields of digital media, content services, telecom value-added services and business support systems. Prior to joining JVP Yoav headed Altus Media Ltd a venture capital consulting business, providing business, strategy and operational support for VCs and digital media and content related startups, including JVP portfolio companies. Prior to Altus Media, Yoav spent five years as General Manager/COO and CMO of Exent Technologies, leading its strategy, business and operations, positioning it as an industry leader in the space of video games digital distribution, growing the business 70% Y-over-Year five years in a row. In this capacity Yoav was instrumental in building new offerings and revenue streams for industry leaders such as Verizon, Comcast, Intel, CBS, Time Warner and France Telecom. Previously, Yoav spent five years with TeleKnowledge, an innovator in the space of business support systems, holding multiple executive level positions, including Product Management, Marketing and Business Development, helping define telecom value-added services and digital media strategies for the likes of Telefonica, Yahoo, Listen.com (Real Networks), Turbine Entertainment, FullAudio (AOL), Star Media, TheStreet.com and others. Yoav further spent six years in the Israeli Air-Force, managing mission critical development projects, and is a decorated officer. Yoav holds an International Executive MBA from Kellogg/Northwestern and Tel-Aviv University, as well as a M.Sc. in Computer Science (cum laude) and a B.Sc. in Mathematics (cum laude) from Tel-Aviv University.



Keval Desai, Partner, InterWest Partners: Keval Desai invests in digital media, consumer Internet and mobile companies. Keval, a past Google executive and well-known angel investor, joined InterWest's IT team in 2011. He is a board member at Flurry, LocBox and Triposo, and investor in FloType, GainFitness, iDoneThis, PrimaTable and SourceNinja. As Google's former director of product management, Keval led teams that launched new advertising products and businesses - including video/TV ads and an expansion of AdWords. He also launched syndication of Google's products to third parties. Prior to InterWest, he was an angel investor in several start-ups including Optimizely, MyLikes, Backblaze, SetJam (acquired by Motorola Mobility/Google) and investor in AngelPad, a startup accelerator. Immediately prior to joining InterWest, Keval was vice president for product at Digg. Earlier in his career, he was a co-founder of Achex, an Internet payments company acquired by First Data. Before joining Google, Keval was an investor at two venture capital firms, ONSET Ventures and Morgan Stanley Venture Partners. Keval holds an M.B.A. from UC Berkeley, an M.S. in computer science from UC Santa Barbara and a B.E. in electrical engineering from the University of Mumbai. He is a member of the Dean's Advisory Board at UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business and also sits on the Board for the Lester Center for Entrepreneurship at UC Berkeley.

Joey Tamer, President, S.O.S. Inc: is a widely-acclaim
ed strategic consultant to technology and media CEOs, U.S. and worldwide. Her work helps create wealth for founders and investors of entrepreneurial ventures, and a high return on investment for Fortune 500 in-house ventures. Her capital strategies drive up her clients' valuations and profitability. She has a special expertise in working with emerging and disruptive technologies. She consults to Fortune 500 companies, capitalized start-ups, and investment funds, often serving as a "shadow CEO" to extend her clients' bandwidth. She advises product and service companies and consultants. Her work optimizes her clients' growth, dealflow and profitability. Her clients have included J.P. Morgan Capital, Sony, IBM, Apple, Hearst, Blockbuster, Technicolor, Harper Collins, Discovery Channel, Time-Warner, Agfa and Scitex, and many early stage ventures such as Earthweb and iSuppli. Her clients say she is "a brilliant strategist and a practical, down-to-earth, get-it-done person," "invaluable in understanding the competitive landscape and alternative strategies" and that she "cuts right through the noise, giving a clear vision of the future," "protecting us from liability and cutting our costs." She has consulted since the early days of the PC through to her Web 2.0 and Web 3.0 clients of today. Her clients have been in the business, enterprise and consumer sectors, with companies in technology, hardware and software, media and entertainment, publishing and advertising, distribution, and investment and venture funding. She has worked in the U.S., Europe and China. A strategist, policymaker, dealmaker, and negotiator, her work includes strategies on entry, exit, capitalization, return on investment, growth, positioning, pricing, distribution, risk-assessment, new market and international expansion, due diligence, and intellectual property.