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Media Summit New York, March 5 - 6, 2013
McGraw-Hill Building, 49th Street and 6th Ave., New York City
Tuesday, March 5th
The Strategic Track: I
Technologies of Innovation
10:45 AM - Noon
Session A:
Room 208
Video Anytime Anywhere: Video Across Platforms - Television, Internet and Mobile - Understanding the Value Proposition
The broadcast and cable industry has always been - at its heart a video delivery technology bringing greater programming options to the consumer. And 75 years after its start, at its heart, the television industry remains true to its word - but how things have changed. Video is now more than television. Video is at the heart of how consumers experience their daily lives. Video represents all-access all the time programming from a world of entertainment and information providers. Video is broadband and that represents video access to hundreds of millions of video websites. Video is mobile, video is how consumers share their home movies and personal photography with friends. Television has created a video infrastructure - across platforms, from high definition to mobile that learns and responds as the needs of the consumer communications lifestyle emerges.
Neil Glazebrook, Senior Product Manager - Media Products, Akamai
Matt Graham, Director, Content Development, PBS Interactive
Carlos Alimurung, Vice President, Digital Distribution, Univision
Jeff Dean, Business Development lead, Cable Segment, Cisco
Rhodes Mason, Senior Vice President of Business Development, Internet Video Archive (IVA)
Jim Brickmeier, Sr. Vice President, Strategic Marketing, Concurrent
Jerry Belson, U.S. Media & Entertainment Sector Leader, Deloitte LLP, Moderator

Neil Glazebrook, Senior Product Manager - Media Products, Akamai: Neil has over 15 years of product management experience related to routing, switching and video technologies. In his current role, he is responsible for driving Akamai's media platform, Sola Vision, with a focus on HTTP Adaptive Bit-Rate Streaming and Ad Integration Services. Prior to Akamai, Neil spent 11 years in product management for Cisco Systems, with his last five years managing the company's Operator Content Delivery Network (CDN) products.

Carlos Alimurung, Vice President, Digital Distribution, Univision: Carlos Alimurung is vice president of Digital Distribution for Univision Communications Inc. (UCI), the leading media company serving Hispanic America. He is responsible for growing the distribution of all the Company's digital services including the UVideos Digital Network, and the expansion of the Company's content portfolio across all platforms in partnerships with new and existing distributors. Representative deals which Carlos has led include Xbox, Kindle, Samsung and Blackberry. Mr. Alimurung was previously with the Office of the CEO at UCI, where he led the establishment of Univision's windowing strategy as well as evaluated and prioritized opportunities that distributed the company's extensive content library. Before joining UCI, he served as head of Home Entertainment Strategy for LG Electronics. Prior to seeking a career in media, Mr. Alimurung worked for Marakon, a boutique management consulting firm, for approximately nine years. Mr. Alimurung received his bachelor's degree from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and his MBA from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Sloan School of Management.

Jeff Dean, Business Development and Strategy, US Cable Segment, Cisco Systems, Inc.: Jeff Dean is the Business Development lead for Cisco's US Cable Segment. In this capacity, he has responsibility for analyzing market trends and making actionable recommendations across Cisco's technology portfolio. Jeff and his team engage in complex deal structure development, transaction negotiations, and new business identification with a focus on: video transformation, advertising and monetization, and cloud virtualization. Jeff is a nine year Cisco veteran who, prior to joining the US Cable Segment, spent six years as a principal consultant and global practice lead in the Cisco Internet Business Solutions Group. Jeff brings extensive high-technology experience to his role, having worked both in the industry and as a management consultant for leading global technology and service providers. Highlights include working alongside other early innovators bringing successive series of market leading voice over IP, next-generation video, and connected home solutions to market. Dean holds a bachelor's degree in business administration from Bryant University and an MBA from Babson College. He resides in greater Boston with his wife and two children.

Matt Graham, Director, Content Development, PBS Interactive: Matt Graham has ov
er 15 years of experience in broadcast and online media, entrepreneurship and business management. Graham founded and led the video content team for PBS' online video platform, COVE. He currently runs PBS Digital Studios, PBS' online network of web-original programs--including the popular PBS Icons Remixed" series, as well as the groundbreakingIdea Channel and Off Book. Each month on YouTube, PBS Digital Studios content generates 2 million views and adds 30,000 new subscribers. Graham also oversees PBS Parents, an online resource that's filled with information on child development and early learning, along with educational games and activities inspired by PBS KIDS programs. Prior to PBS, Matt co-founded a successful San Francisco-based video post-production company where he edited nationally broadcast spots and videos for Fortune 500 clients. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia and the UNC Chapel Hill Kenan-Flagler Business School.

Rhodes Mason, Senior Vice President of Business Development, Internet
Video Archive (IVA): the entertainment industry's leading distributor of online previews for movies, TV, games, and music videos. Mason oversees all of IVA's new client acquisition as well as supervising all client retention programs. He has been with IVA for over three years, initially as a sales representative, and most recently as Director of Business Development. His background is in sales and marketing with previous stints at major ad agencies. He also has experience in the music industry, having booked clubs before going on to work at several record labels. He was the founder and President of Nuclear Blast Records. Mason is a Philadelphia native, with a BA in Communications from Temple University.

Jim Brickmeier, Sr. Vice President, Strategic Marketing of Concurrent: Jim Brickmeier has been with Concurrent since February 2000. Since that time, he has held a number of roles with increasing responsibility in sales engineering, program management, product line management and general management. Most recently, Mr. Brickmeier was vice president and General Manager of the Video Solutions cable and telco product line. He has been instrumental in the definition and promotion of Concurrent1s products throughout his tenure with the company. He played a key role in the development and market launch of Concurrent1s MediaHawk®Content Delivery System, including its Emmy®-award winning time-shifted television technology. Prior to joining Concurrent, Mr. Brickmeier was a senior consultant with Manhattan Associates, a supplier of supply chain management software. He received his Bachelors of Science in Industrial and Management Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

Gerald Belson is vice chairman and U.S. Media & Entertainment leader for Deloitte's Technology, Media & Telecommunications (TMT) industry practice. He also serves as the Global Consulting leader for TMT and previously led the Telecommunications Consulting practice in the U.S. Jerry has more than 27 years of experience advising a broad range of clients across the three TMT sectors - from major U.S. and global telecommunications carriers and global technology and entertainment companies to emerging market players. He has been deeply involved in identifying opportunities where the sectors intersect and creating cross-industry solutions that exploit this convergence. Jerry draws upon his deep experience in information technology (IT) and business strategy, operations improvement, merger integration and enterprise transformation, as well as his extensive background in telecommunications, to help clients explore and exploit the opportunities in the broader TMT ecosystem brought on by convergence. He brings a depth of knowledge about the underlying technologies to help media and entertainment clients stay ahead of the risks and opportunities as mobility rapidly transforms the delivery and consumption of content. Jerry leads strategic industry research, service development and delivery to clients, including major cable operators and television networks, filmed entertainment, interactive gaming and Internet firms, publishers, music companies and advertisers. He frequently speaks at industry conferences and has directed studies resulting in published articles. Jerry has been quoted in CIO Magazine and other major publications and represents Deloitte on the Board of Advisors of the University of Southern California Marshall School of Business Institute for Communications Management. He holds a bachelor's degree in computer science from the University of Maryland.