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Day-Long Track:
Wireless Entertainment & Technology
Monday, September 27th
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Mobile Entertainment Immersion - Audio-Video-Text
10:45 AM - Noon
Wireless – Participation TV Programming & Marketing

12:30 PM – 1:45 PM
Music as the Mobile Entertainment Killer Application
2:15 PM – 3:30 PM
Mobile Games, Ringtones, Advertainment & Custom Branded Experience
3:45 PM - 5:00 PM
Strategies in Wireless Devices and Services: How Device Innovation Drives Avenues for Subscriber and Revenue Expansion

Day-Long Track:
Digital Rights Management, Content Piracy and Security Strategic Sessions
Tuesday, September 28th
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
DRM Enabled Business Models for Music and Filmed Entertainment: From Prevention of Redistribution (Piracy) to Rich Usage Based Business Models
10:45 AM - Noon
Digital Rights Management: Legal, Legislative and Social Issues Surrounding DRM Implementation
12:30 PM – 1:45 PM
DRM Implementation in Media and Entertainment: From Standardization to Implementation of Solutions such Watermarking and Fingerprinting
3:45 - 5:00 PM
P2P – Voice of Artists and Content Creators: Film, TV & Music

Tuesday, September 28th
Day-Long Track
The Digital Home and Consumer Electronic Innovation
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
The Networked Entertainment Home - the PVR – the Set-Top & PC Entertainment Server
10:45 AM - Noon
Everything-on-Demand: From the Server to the Set-Top Box
12:30 PM – 1:45 PM
HD, DVD and the CE Transformation of the Digital Home
2:15 PM – 3:30 PM
Entertainment Expands the Digital Home: Networking, Sharing and Protecting
3:45 PM - 5:00 PM
Behind the Digital Home: Chips, Microprocessors & Optical Technology Define the Future of Entertainment

Wednesday, September 29th
Day-Long Track
P2P SuperDistribution: The Evolution of the Content Distribution Revolution
11:05 AM - 12:20 PM
Next Generation P2P - DRM, Paid for Pass-Along and Other Legal Distributed Computing Models and the Entertainment Industries Part I
12:50 PM - 2:00 PM
Next Generation P2P - DRM, Paid for Pass-Along and Other Legal Distributed Computing Models and the Entertainment Industries Part II

Wednesday, September 29th
Day-Long Track
Broadband & Wireless Delivery and Infrastructure
9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
IP Video, Datacasting and other Technologies Enabling the Transformation of Entertainment
Video and Audio Management on the Net - Encoding, Compression, Video Storage, Security & Media Asset Management
11:05 AM - 12:20 PM
Technology Infrastructure for the Delivery of Broadband Entertainment

Wednesday, September 29th
Day-Long Track
Specialized Programming Sectors: Children, Teen, Urban & Gender Targeted - Games, iTV, Broadband & Wireless
9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
Producing for the Children's Market: Entertainment & Education in Games, Broadband, Wireless & iTV
11:05 AM - 12:20 PM
Targeting the Teen Market: Games, Music, Wireless Content and Brand Extension
12:50 PM - 2:00 PM
Urban Media Expands: From TV and Cable to Wireless and Broadband
Guys, Geeks and Men's 18-34 Digital Lifestyle
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Digital Lifestyles: Shopping, Dating & Hooking-Up
The Adult Programming Sector: Broadband, Wireless, Games and TV - Understanding the Opportunity
Internet Gaming - Understanding the Massively Multiplayer Universe

Day-Long Track
Branded Media Marketing - TV, Film, Wireless, Music and Broadband
Monday, September 27th
2:15 PM – 3:30 PM
Entertainment Concepts in Branded & Integrated Entertainment
Tuesday, September 28th
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Branded Media Marketing - TV, Film, Wireless, Music and Broadband
10:45 AM - Noon
Music Industry - Brand Extension in Games, Wireless and TV
12:30 PM – 1:45 PM
Broadband Advertising - Merging Commerce and Content: From Feature Film and TV Tie-ins to Search Engines
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Games & Hollywood: From Feature & TV Crossover Development to Merchandising and Brand Extension

Interactive TV Creation, Commerce and Delivery
Tuesday, September 28th
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
The Networked Entertainment Home - the PVR – the Set-Top & PC Entertainment Server
10:45 AM - Noon
Everything-on-Demand: From the Server to the Set-Top Box

2:15 PM – 3:30 PM
TV Networks and Interactivity: Evolving Content & Business Models
3:45 PM - 5:00 PM
OCAP: Next Generation of Cable TV Services
Wednesday, September 29th
11:05 AM - 12:20 PM
Interactive TV/DTV Middleware Enabling Solutions: from Interactive Guides to Interfaces
12:50 PM - 2:00 PM
Economics of Interactive TV: Analysis of VOD, Games, Commerce, Voting Polls, Advertising, Banking Services as Functions of iTV
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Charting Media Platform Economics: Using Research & Analysis to Determine How Media Platforms Impact Consumer Consumption Habits











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Digital Hollywood Los Angeles
Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel
Santa Monica, California
September 27-September 29, 2004
"Transforming the Entertainment Industry"

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Pre-Event Workshops and Special Events
Sunday, September 26th
"The University Project" - The Global Meeting of University & College Professionals in Entertainment & Media Production and Studies - co-Sponsored by UCLA Extension , Digital Hollywood & ACM Computers in Entertainment - Click Here
Welcoming Session
(Open to all Digital Hollywood Conference Registrants)
Sunday, September 26th
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
The University Project
"Global Media Strategies - Developing the Next Generation of Entertainment, Media & Technology Thinkers and Visionaries"
Janet Pearce Stenzel,
Director, Mobile Media Institute,
University of Southern California
Dave Kusek,
Vice President, Berklee College of Music
Dr. Bernard J. Luskin,
Director Media Studies, Vice President, Institutional Partnerships, Fielding Graduate Institute
Jonathan Taplin, Adjunct Professor, Annenberg School for Communication, University of Southern California
Frank Foster, CEO Tigar Hare Studios
Vernon Smith, President & CEO, Amplify, Moderator
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Monday, September 27th
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
(Open to all Digital Hollywood Conference Registrants)
The University Project - Evening Session
"Entertainment and Information Technology in the University Environment - Integrating the Digital Lifestyle into the University"
John Mason, Director of Kodak Student Filmmaker Program, Kodak
Todd Richmond,
Managing Director, Annenberg Center for Communication, USC
Tim Parker, Higher Education, Senior Systems Engineer, Apple Computer
Susan Estrada,
Director of the One Gigabit or Bust™ Initiative, CENIC Corporation for Education Network Intitiatives for California
Matthew Grossman, Director of Digital Strategy & Corporate Communications, MPAA
Jonathan Curtiss, UCLA Student Services
Jane Kagon,
Director of UCLA Extension's Department of Entertainment Studies and Performing Arts, Moderator
For Session Speaker Bios - Click Here

Tuesday, September 28th
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
(Open to all Digital Hollywood Conference Registrants)
The University Project - Evening Session
"Research, Development and Investment in Entertainment Technologies and Media Studies Innovation: From the University to Industry Application"
Charles S. Swartz, Executive Director & CEO, USC Entertainment Technology Center
Dr. Richard Weinberg, Research Professor, USC School of Cinema-Television
Glenda Revelle, Ph.D., Research Scientist, Strategic Research Initiatives, Education & Research, Sesame Workshop
Dana Plautz, Chair Art and Entertainment Research Council Committee, Intel Research
Athomas Goldberg, Game Technologies Group Leader, Sun Microsystems
Celia Pearce, Arts Research Manager & Associate Director of the Game Culture & Technology Lab, Cal UC Irvine Division
Newton Lee, Senior Producer, Disney Online, and Editor-in-Chief, ACM Computers in Entertainment, Moderator
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Sunday, September 26th
SBCA Satellite Broadcasting and Communications Association of America
Pre-Event Workshop
2:00-5:00 PM
Satellite for Beginners: A Primer for New Satellite Professionals
Presented by:
Harry Thibedeau, Manager Satellite Industry Relations, NRTC
David Cavossa, Executive Director, Satellite Industry Association
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Conference at a Glance
Monday, September 27th
Track I: General Sessions
Track II: Entertainment Financing and Packaging: For the Film, TV, Game & Broadband Executive - from Theatrical & TV to Wireless, iTV, DVD & Broadband Opportunities
Track III: Wireless Entertainment & Technology – The Audio, Video and Text-Based Experience
Track IV: General Sessions

9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Track I:
Transforming Television: From Reality TV, HDTV and Interactive TV, to PVR TV and VOD TV
Salil Mehta, Executive Vice President, Corporate Business Development, The Walt Disney Company
Patricia Karpas, Vice President and General Manager, AOL Television
Bill Squadron, SVP & Head of North America Advanced Media, for TWI, div. of IMG
Frederic V. Bien, SVP Advanced Media Technology, Turner Broadcasting System
Larry Namer, President & CEO, Reality Central
Tim Hanlon, Senior Vice President/Director, Emerging Contacts, Starcom MediaVest Group
Ken Rutkowski, founder, KenRadio Broadcasting, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track II:
VC and Investment in the Entertainment & Technology Space: Games, Wireless & Broadband
David O. Higley, Managing Director & Head of Digital Media Technologies, UBS Investment Bank
Sun Jen Yung, Director, Media Investment Banking, Deutsche Bank Securities, Inc.
Allen Sussman, Partner, Morrison & Foerster LLP
Jeff Allen, Managing Director Rocket Ventures
Donald Karl, Partner, Perkins Coie LLP
Joey Tamer, President, S.O.S. Inc., Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
Mobile Entertainment Immersion – As Audio & Video Content – from MP3, Radio, Net-Based and Video Communications and Entertainment Emerge
Rob Gelick, Manager, Global Entertainment Solutions Personal Communications Sector, Motorola
Benjamin Feinman, Apple Computer
Robert Tercek, Executive VP Programming - Chief Strategy Officer, (M)FORMA
Jonathan Kim, VP of Global Marketing & Business Development, WiderThan.com, an affiliate of SK Telecom
Greg Woock, Chief Executive Officer, Virgin Electronics
Ralph Simon, Mobile Entertainment Forum, U.S. Chair Americas, Moderator (founder of Yourmobile and co-founder of Zomba Group/Jive Records)

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Track IV:
The Games Genius Roundtable: Merging The Consciousness Behind Games Development with the Hollywood Community
Robert Walsh, CEO and founder, Krome Studios
Don L. Daglow, President and CEO, Stormfront Studios
JC Herz, Author, Joystick Nation
Michael Isner, Character Animation Lead,
Softimage
Josh Resnick, President, Pandemic Studios
Joshua B. Grode, Partner, Liner Yankelevitz Sunshine & Regenstreif, Moderator
Additional speakers to be announced
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9:15 AM - 5:00 PM - Exhibits Open

10:45 AM - Noon
Track I:
Embracing the Connected Consumer - Entertainment and Technology - From the Broadband Home to the Mobile and Wi-Fi Universe
Jay Samit,
General Manager, Sony Connect
Brian Queen, Digital Media Solutions Manager, IBM Corp.
Tom Flanagan, Director, Worldwide Broadband Strategy, Texas Instruments
Peter Wolff, Program Manager, Partnerships and Initiatives, DaimlerChrysler Research and Technology
Peter Lee, Vice-President, Business Development New Technology, The Walt Disney Company

Craig Palmer, President and CEO, Gracenote
Gigi Johnson, Executive Director, Entertainment and Media Management Institute, UCLA Anderson School of Management, Moderator
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Track II:
Financing & Packaging: The Feature Film Producer – Innovative Concepts in Business Development: From International, co-Production, Cable and Satellite and DVD, to Broadband & Wireless Brand Extension
Erik Feig, President of Production and Acquisitions, Summit Entertainment (I Know What You Did Last Summer, Slackers)
Jeffrey Levy-Hinte, founder, Antidote Films (Thirteen, Laurel Canyon, The Station Agent, The Jimmy Show, Wendigo)
David Garber, Lantern Lane Entertainment LTD (Monster, My Big Fat Greek Wedding)
John Manulis, CEO, Visionbox Media (Tortilla Soup, Charlette Somtimes, The Basketball Diaries)
Thierry Baujard, CEO, Peacefulfish
Susan Ruskin, Producer, Western Sandblast
Sharon Swart,
Senior Editor, Variety, Moderator
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Track III:
Wireless – Participation TV Programming & Marketing - "SMS – Mobile and Telephony"
Ross Levinsohn, Senior Vice President & General Manager – Fox Sports Interactive Media
Bruce Gersh, Senior Vice President Business Development, ABC Entertainment Group
Brian Levin, CEO, Mobliss
Howard Handler, Chief Marketing Officer, Virgin Mobile USA
Keith Hindle, VP Integrated Marketing and Interactivity, FremantleMedia North America (American Idol)
Chris Marlowe, Associate Editor, New Media/Technology, The Hollywood Reporter, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV:
The Telco-Entertainment Partnership - From TV to Broadband Services

John McLarty,
Director, Broadband Events – IP Broadcasting, Bell Canada
Angela Bradley, Vice President, International Pay Per View and Video on Demand, MGM
Amy Friedlander, Founder, Xanthum Partners
Bill Correll, Corporate Development, Broadband & Digital Media Technologies, Sun Microsystems, Inc
Suzanne Rainey, Principal, Accord Media Group LLC
Derek Kuhn P.Eng., Director of Marketing and Business Development, Information, Communication and Entertainment Group, Fixed Solutions Division, Alcatel Fixed Communications Group & Chairman, Broadband Content Delivery Forum, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

12:30 PM – 1:45 PM
Track I:
Digital Cable and Satellite Television Strategies: Channel Launches, SVOD-VOD, HDTV, International and Interactive
David L. Meister, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, The Tennis Channel, Inc.
Matt Farber, founding Consultant, Logo, Viacom
Mitchell Chun, Senior Vice President, Business Development, Fox Cable Networks Group
Barbara Meili, Shareholder, Greenberg Traurig, LLP
Michael Kohn, Sr VP Business Affairs & General Counsel, GSN: The Network for Games
Aditya Kishore, Media & Entertainment Strategies, The Yankee Group, Moderator
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Track II:
Innovative Film & Entertainment Financing: From Access to Capital Markets and Securitization to Structural Innovation, Tax Advantages and Equity Distribution
Isaac Palmer, Senior Vice President, Corporate Development, Paramount Pictures
Clark Hallren, VP, JP Morgan Entertainment Industries
Gary Adelson, Managing Director, Houlihan Lokey Howard Zukin
Cindy Wilkinson Kirven, Vice President of Finance and Business Affairs, Endgame Entertainment Fund I, LLC
William J. Amon, Tax Partner, Lead Tax Services Group, Deloitte & Touche
Hassan Miah, Managing Director, Media and Entertainment, Intel Capital, Moderator

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Track III:
Music as the Mobile Entertainment Killer Application
Ben Patterson, Director of New Media, The Firm
Roy Kosuge, former executive, Universal Music Group
Luke Wood, Vice President, A&R DreamWorks Records
Marcus Peterzell, President, Sales & Marketing, Aaron Walton Entertainment
Kamran Valanejad, Director of New Media, Universal Music
Robert Smith, co-founder, Nomadic Artists Agency, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV:
Digital Cinema Transforms an Industry - From Production and Distribution to Projection and Display
Michael Sterling, Principal-Technical Coordination, Technicolor Digital Cinema (TDC)
Kurt Hall, President and Chief Executive Officer, Regal CineMedia Corporation
Julian Levin, Executive Vice President, Digital Exhibition and non-Theatrical Sales, Fox Entertainment
Michael Karagosian, Partner, Karagosian MacCalla Partners, Digital Cinema Consultant, NATO
Walt Ordway, Chief Technology Officer, DCI
Charles S. Swartz, Executive Director & CEO, USC Entertainment Technology Center
Steve Bergman, Vice President, Digital Cinema, Deluxe, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Intel Digital Home Technology and Content Solutions Workshop
A half-day Executive Workshop to Explore the Emerging Digital Home Experience: Merging the Personal Computing, Mobile, Consumer Electronics and Content Industries
Presented by Intel Corp.
Kevin Corbett, Vice President & Chief Technology Officer, Desktop Platforms Group, Intel Corporation
Bob Gregory, Director of Initiatives Planning, Desktop Platforms Group, Intel Corporation
Sandip H. Mandera,
Digital Home Evangelist/Staff Technical Marketing Engineer Software & Solutions, Intel Corporation
Gary N. Matos, Market Development Manager, Industry Enabling, Desktop Platform Group, Intel Corporation
Steve Whalley,
Technology Enabling Manager, Platform Architecture & Solutions Division, Intel Corporation
Russ Campbell, Product Marketing Engineer, Intel Digital Home Technologies
KeithW. Rowe, Digital Home Ecosystem Planner, Intel Corporation
Brian Tucker, Initiatives Marketing Manager, Intel Corporation
Mike Harris, President and COO, Digital5

For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

2:15 PM – 3:30 PM
Track I:
Entertainment Concepts in Branded & Integrated Entertainment - Film, TV, Music, Cable, Wireless, Games & Broadband
Charles Hirschhorn, founder & CEO, G4 TechTV
Larry Tanz, Chief Executive Officer, LivePlanet
Linda Yaccarino, Executive Vice president, Turner Entertainment Sales and Marketing
Allison Johnson, Senior Vice President, Corporate Marketing, Hewlett-Packard Company
Ken Solomon, President, FINE LIVING Network
Peter Jaysen, Head of Moving Pictures, DPI
Michael Kassan, Media and Entertainment Consultant, Moderator
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Track II:
Understand the Global Terrain - Financing & Packaging – from co-Production, International Financing to Foreign and State Subsidies and Grants
Bhuvan Lall, President, Lall Entertainment, former Executive Director, India Broadcasting Foundation
Brian O'Shea, Senior Vice President, Worldwide Distribution, Media 8 Entertainment
Thomas Augsberger, Eden Rock Media Inc.
Shaun Redick, Agent, ICM International Creative Management
Hal S. Sadoff, Entertainment Finance Consultant/Executive Producer
Thierry Baujard, CEO, Peacefulfish
Peter Hoffman, Seven Arts Pictures
Randolph M. Paul, Shareholder, Greenberg Traurig, LLP, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
Wireless - Mobile Games, Ringtones, Advertainment & Custom Branded Experience
Andy Volanakis, COO, Zingy
Anthony Stonefield, Chief Strategy Officer, InfoSpace Mobile
Andy Lipschultz, Product Manager, Digital Media, Nextel Communications
Halldor Sanne, Executive Vice President Sales, ILoop Mobile
LaShun Lawson, Assistant Vice President, Multimedia and Interactive Licensing, PLAYERS Inc.
Jeff Nuzzi, Global Marketing Director, THQ Wireless
Matthew Bellows, Vice President, Mobile Entertainment, GameSpot, CNET Networks Inc., Moderator
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Track IV:
Raising Money – Public and Private. Valuation in Private Placement, IPOs and M and A
Santo Politi, Partner, Charles River Ventures
Frank Kline, Managing Partner and Founder, Kline Hawkes & Co.
Ralph Terkowitz, Special Partner, ABS Capital Partners
Paul Vais, Partner, Apax Partners
Mark Stevens, Partner, Fenwick & West
David O. Higley, Managing Director & Head of Digital Media Technologies, UBS Investment Bank, Moderator
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3:45 PM - 5:00 PM
Track I:
Beyond Movies: Television On Demand – New Revenue Generating Opportunities from the Syndication and Delivery of On-Demand Content
Paul Colichman, Chairman and partner, Regent Entertainment and President , here! TV, LLC
Mitch Oscar, Executive Vice President, Carat Digital
Jeff Shultz, CEO, CONCERT
Dan York, CEO, York Media Group
Joshua Wexler, Head of Business Development, Threshold Entertainment
Jeff Binder, President, Broadbus Technologies, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track II:
Greenlighting Games: As Budgets and Grosses Expand: From Rights Holders and Title Development to Games Publishers and Hollywood Studios to Brand Extension and Ancillary Rights
Keith Boesky, founder, Video Game Department, International Creative Management
Louis Castle, Vice President; Electronic Arts Los Angeles
Germaine Gioia, Vice President, Licensing, THQ
Marc Jackson, Game Industry Specialist, Film Finance, Inc.
Kurt Buecheler, President & CEO, The b EQUAL Company
Jim Charne, former, President & Executive Director, Academy of Interactive Arts, Moderator
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Track III:
Strategies in Wireless Devices and Services: How Innovation Drives Avenues for Subscriber and Revenue Expansion
Alberto Moriondo, Worldwide Director, Content & Applications Personal Communications Sector, Motorola
Debra Kennedy, GM, Multimedia Marketing, North America, Nokia
Frank Barbieri, Group Product Manager, Portable Media Center, Microsoft Corporation
Michael Boyd, Director, Business Development, QUALCOMM
Jamie Rosenberg, Sr. Director of Program Management, Danger
Geoff Graber, Director, Yahoo! Games, Yahoo! Inc.
Luis Ubinas, Director, West Coast, McKinsey & Co, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV:
Next Generation DVD - Transforming an Industry
Jordi Ribas, Director, Technical Strategy, Windows Digital Media Division, Microsoft Corporation
Josh Peterson, Director of Strategic Alliances, Optical Storage Solutions Business, Hewlett-Packard
Richard Doherty, Managing Director of Blu-ray and Professional A/V, Panasonic, Panasonic Hollywood Laboratory
Rick Doherty, co-founder and Director, The Envisioneering Group
David Bunzel, Santa Clara Consulting Group and President of OSTA, Moderator
Additional speaker to be announced
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5:00 - End-of-Day Receptions Begin
Entertainment Financing & Packaging Reception Sponsored by - Click Here:


Monday, Evening Session
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
(Open to all Digital Hollywood Registrants)
The University Project
"Entertainment Technology in the University Environment - Integrating the Digital Lifestyle into the University"
John Mason,
Director of Kodak Student Filmmaker Program, Kodak
Tim Parker, Higher Education Account Executive, Apple Computer
Susan Estrada,
Director of the One Gigabit or Bust™ Initiative, CENIC Corporation for Education Network Initiatives for California
Matthew Grossman, Director of Digital Strategy & Corporate Communications, MPAA
Jonathan Curtiss, UCLA Student Services
Todd Richmond, Managing Director, Annenberg Center for Communication, USC, Moderator

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Tuesday, September 28th
Digital Hollywood Seminars
Track I: DRM & Piracy: Digital Rights Management in Film, Music and Technology
Track II: On-Demand Content Services: Programming for Cable, Satellite, Broadband & Wireless
Track III: The Digital Home and Consumer Electronic Innovation
Track IV: Branded Entertainment & Marketing: Film, TV, Music & Broadband

9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Track I:
DRM Enabled Business Models for Music and Filmed Entertainment: From Prevention of Redistribution (Piracy) to Rich Usage Based Business Models
Kevin Gage, VP Strategic Technology and New Media, Warner Music Group
Ron Wheeler, SVP Content Protection, Fox Group
Mitch Singer, Executive Vice President, Digital Policy Group, Sony Pictures Entertainment
Andy Nobbs, Managing Director, Teletrax
Greg Foster, President, Filmed Entertainment, IMAX Corporation
Paul Kocher, President, Cryptography Research
Ben Fritz, Technology Reporter, Variety / Daily Variety, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track II:
On Demand Networks: Innovations in VOD, Pay Subscriber and Basic TV Services
David F. Nathanson, VP, Advanced Services and Channel Development, Fox Cable Networks Group & GM, Fox College Sports
Laurie Lawrence, OnDemand & PPV, Universal NBC
Jonathan Barbato, SVP, Marketing and VP of Content &
Distribution, RipeTV
David Jensen, Vice President of Business Development, Zetools
Adam Shaw, Senior VP, Distribution, NFL Network
Bev Doughty, Senior Vice President Marketing, TVN Entertainment Corporation, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
The Networked Entertainment Home - the PVR – the Set-Top & PC Entertainment Server
Michael Collette, CEO, Ucentric Systems
Anthony Wood, founder and Chief Executive Officer, Roku
Steve West, Director of Product Marketing, Information, Communication and Entertainment Group, Fixed Solutions Division, Alcatel Fixed Communications Group
Dave Pederson, Vice President Corporate Marketing, Zoran Corporation
Edward Lichty, Vice President, Business Development, Tivo
Ken Goldsholl, CEO,
PRISMIQ Inc.
Ben Mendelson, founder & President, Interactive Television Alliance, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV:
Branded Media Marketing - TV, Film, Wireless, Music and Broadband
Chris Fralic, Entertainment Strategic Partnerships, eBay, Inc.
Dotty Ewing, Senior Vice President of Marketing & Promotion, Playboy
Neil McGinness, Vice President, National Lampoon
Mariana Danilovic, Managing Director, Hollywood Portfolio, LLC
Bill Stratton, Vice President, Business Development, Turner Network Sales (TNS)
Steven Yee, Vice President and General Manager, AOL Movies and Moviefone, America Online, Inc.
Douglas Scott, Senior Vice President & General Manager, Bragman Nyman Cafarelli, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

9:15 AM - 5:00 PM - Exhibits Open

10:45 AM - Noon
Track I:
Digital Rights Management: Legal, Legislative and Social Issues Surrounding DRM Implementation
Brad Hunt, Sr. VP, Chief Technology Officer, Motion Picture Association of America, Inc.
Michael Petricone, VP Government Relations, CEA Consumer Electronics Association
Andy Moss, Director of Technical Policy, Microsoft Corp.
Gerd Leonhard, CEO, ThinkAndLink.biz, Senior Advisor, Media Rights Technologies
Chris Amenita, Senior Vice President, ASCAP
Robert A. Rosenbloum, Shareholder, Greenberg Traurig, LLP
Paul Resnikoff, founder & Editor, DigitalMusicNews.com, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track II:
Movie Distribution and the Broadband Timeline - Via the PC - Via the Set-Top: Technology, Content & DRM

Tyler Goldman, VP Business Development, Movielink
Curt Marvis, CEO, CinemaNow
Virl Hill, Director of Business Development for Consumer Services, RealNetworks
Ken Lipscomb, President, DAVE Networks
Josette Bonte, Managing Director, Broadband Services, RHK
Steve Shannon, founder and Executive Vice President, Sales & Marketing, Akimbo
Mike Wolf, Principal Analyst, In-Stat/MDR, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
Everything-on-Demand: From the Server to the Set-Top Box - Movies, TV Programs, Games and More - Enhanced Content Opportunity Now in 50 Million Homes
David B. Davies, Vice President of Strategic Marketing for Subscriber Networks, Scientific-Atlanta, Inc.
Reggie Bradford, president & CEO, N2 Broadband
Mike Pulli, President Pace Micro Technology Americas
Richard D. Titus, President, Schematic
Joseph Ambeault, Director of Broadband Systems, SeaChange International
Yoav Tzruva, Vice President, Products & Markets Strategy, Exent Technologies
Mike Katz, Senior Vice President, Booz Allen Hamilton, Inc., Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV:
Music Industry - Brand Extension in Games, Wireless, Broadband and TV
Ken Hertz, Senior Partner, Goldring Hertz & Lichtenstein LLP
Jason Hirschhorn, Senior Vice President, Digital Music and Media, MTV Networks
Rob Weiss, Head of Programming, FUSE Music Network
Alberto Moriondo, Worldwide Director, Content & Applications Personal Communications Sector, Motorola
Tommy Tallarico, President, Tommy Tallarico Studios, Inc.
Patrick Mahoney, Analyst, Consumer Technologies & Services, The Yankee Group, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

12:00 Noon – 2:00 PM
SBCA Satellite Broadcasting & Communications Association Luncheon - Attendance Limited

Competing for the Digital Consumer: SBCA’s 2004 Competitive Market Analysis

Presenters include:
Richard DalBello, President, Satellite Broadcasting and Communications Association (SBCA)
Ellen Quest, Executive Director of Research, Starz Encore Group
Bruce Leichtman, President and Principal Analyst, Leichtman Research Group, Inc.
Coleman Breland, Executive Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Turner Network Sales
Tony Dunaif, Senior Vice President, Business Development, MTV Networks
Steve Raymond, Senior Vice President, National Accounts, Western Division, ESPN
Neal Tiles, Executive Vice President, Marketing, The DIRECTV Group, Inc.
Evie Haskell, Vice Chairwoman and Editor-in-Chief, Media Business Corp
Stephanie Campbell, Executive Vice President, Programming, The DIRECTV Group, Inc.
Lisa Coelho, General Manager & Director, GlobeCast WorldTV
Donovan Gordon, Senior Vice President, Affiliate Sales and Marketing, BET
Eric Sahl, Vice President, Programming, EchoStar Communications Corp.
Jeff Valdez, Co-founder and Chairman, SiTV
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12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
Track I:
DRM Implementation in Media and Entertainment: From Standardization to Implementation of New Technology Strategies
Peter Kaars, Business Development Manager, Philips Electronics
Pallavi Shah, Digital Rights Management Strategist, Hewlett-Packard
Bruce Davis, Chairman & CEO, Digimarc Corp.
Rajan Samtani, Director, Sales & Marketing, ContentGuard
Jan Steenkamp, CEO, Entriq, Inc.
Chris Parkerson, Product Marketing, RSA Security
David E. Leibowitz, Managing Partner, CH Potomac, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track II:
Music Industry Innovates into Future - From Digital Downloads and Subscriptions to Mobile Music & Digital and Internet Radio
David B. Goldberg, Vice President and General Manager, LAUNCH, Yahoo!
Amanda Marks, Senior Vice President, eLabs, Universal Music Group
Christopher Allen, Senior Vice President Strategic Planning, Musicmatch
Brad Gregory Serling, founder/CEO, nugs.net enterprises, LLC
Gary Cohen, co-founder & President, MusicNow
Nick Tangborn, Music Evangelist, Music.Download.com, CNET Networks Inc.
Laura Goldberg, COO, Napster
Ted Cohen, Senior Vice President, D3 – Digital Development & Distribution, EMI Recorded Music, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
HD, DVD and the CE Transformation of the Digital Home
David Barron, Director of Product Strategy, Digital Entertainment, Maxtor Corporation
Andy Parsons, Senior Vice President, Advanced Product Development, Pioneer Electronics (USA) Inc. and Blu-ray Disc Association
Pat Griffis, Director of Media Standards, Microsoft Corp.
Vincent Sollitto, President and Chief Executive Officer, Brillian Corporation
Edward Altman, Practice Director, Media & Entertainment, Tata Consultancy Services, (TCS) America
Ken Nelson, President & CEO, CACMedia
Jenny Miller, Director Communications, CEA Consumer Electronics Association, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV:
Broadband Advertising - Merging Commerce and Content: From Feature Film and TV Tie-ins to Search Engines
Josh Rose, Senior Vice President, Director, iDeutsch, Deutsch, Inc.
Andy Beers, Director MSN Video, Microsoft Corp.
Christopher Heldman, Vertical Director, Entertainment & Education, Google
Caroline H. Little, CEO & Publisher, Washingtonpost.Newsweek Interactive
Peter Glusker, Senior Vice President, Viacom Digital Media Group
Jim Banister, President, Spectrum MediaWorks
Susan S. Bratton, Senior Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Maven Networks, inc., Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Track I:
TV Networks and Interactivity: Evolving Content & Business Models
Kevin Cohen, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Interactive/Enhanced Television, Turner Network Sales
David Katz, Senior Vice President, Strategic Planning and Interactive Ventures, CBS Television
Jeffrey Pollack, Managing Director, Broadcasting & New Media, NASCAR Digital Entertainment
Harry Lin, Vice President, Content, ABC.com
Steve Ehrlich, Business Development, IBM Global Services
Marcia Zellers, Director, Enhanced Television, American Film Institute, Moderator

For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track II:
Subscription and Download Models in Broadband: Music, Film, TV. Games and Information Content Distribution
Bernard Gershon, Senior Vice President/General Manager, ABC News Digital Media Group
Ty Ahmad-Taylor, Director Strategic Planning, Comcast Online
Ellie Hirschhorn, General Manager and Executive Vice President, MusicNet
Kevin Bachus, President, Infinium Labs
Jeff Cavins, President & CEO, Loudeye
Scott Moore, General Manager, MSN News & Information, Microsoft Corp.
Paul Zullo, CEO, Muze, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
Entertainment Expands the Digital Home: Networking, Sharing and Protecting
Jim Williams, VP, Television and Video Systems, Motion Picture Association of America, Inc.
Peter Lee, VP Business Development New Technology, Disney
Brian Lakamp, Senior Vice President, Technology, Sony Pictures Digital Policy Group
Alan Citron, SVP, Marketing, Movielink
Steve Canepa, Vice President, Media & Entertainment Industry, IBM Corp, Moderator
Additional speakers to be announced
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV:
Games & Hollywood: From Feature & TV Crossover Development to Merchandising and Brand Extension
Bill Nielsen, Director, Xbox Marketing, Microsoft
Joel Schlader, Senior Specialist, Interactive Marketing and Games, Chrysler Group
David Anderson, Director of Licensing and Business Development, Activision
Steve Raab, Senior Vice President, Marketing, ESPN Videogames
Scott Nocas, Marketing & Business Development, U.S. Army Game
Matt Ringel, President, Games Media Properties, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

3:45 PM - 5:00 PM
Track I:
P2P – Voice of Artists and Content Creators: Film, TV & Music
Neil Portnow, President, National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences
Jay Cooper, Shareholder, Chair, L.A. Entertainment Practice, Greenberg Traurig, LLP
Steve Lukather, Lead Guitarist, Toto
Curt Marvis, CEO, CinemaNow
Derek Sivers, President and Programmer, CD Baby
Justin Goldberg, CEO, indie 911
Scott Page, tenor saxophonist, Pink Floyd and Supertramp, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track II:
OCAP: Next Generation of Cable TV Services
Frank Sandoval, Chief Architect, OCAP, Cablelabs
Anthony Smith-Chaigneau, VP Business Development & Marketing, Osmosys S.A.
Timothy Wahlers, President/CEO, Vidiom Systems
Jeff Kapner, Regional Director, Marketing and Strategy, Adelphia California Region
Sam Pemberton, President/CEO, Softel-USA
Dr. In Ryu, CTO & Executive Vice President, Alticast Corporation
Rob Glidden, Market Development Manager, Broadband and Digital Media, Sun Microsystems, Inc., Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
Behind the Digital Home: Chips, Microprocessors & Optical Technology Define the Future of Entertainment - from DVDs, MP3s, HD & Set-Tops to Games, PDAs and PCs
Sandip H. Mandera, Digital Home Evangelist/Staff Technical Marketing Engineer Software & Solutions, Intel Corporation
Justin Heindel, Product Marketing Manager, Marvell Semiconductor
Jon Adams, Director of Radio Technology, Wireless and Mobile Systems Group, Freescale Semiconductor, subsidiary of Motorola
Ladd Wardani, VP Business Development & Co-Founder, Entropic Communications
David Roman, Vice President, Corporate Marketing, Nvidia
David Price, Harmonic, Vice President, MPEGIF
Jack P. Guedj, Vice President Video Products Marketing, Cirrus Logic, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV:
Next Generation Music & Programming: from Digital Music to New Radio Avenues - Internet, HD Radio, Satellite Radio and the Tomorrow's Radio Project
Duff Roman, Digital Radio, CHUM/City & head of Canada's Digital Radio platform group
David Frerichs, VP & US General Manager, Coding Technologies
Raghav Gupta, Chief Operating Officer, Live365
Michael Papish, CEO, MediaUnbound
John Gardner, WW Marketing Manager, Digital Radio, Texas Instruments
Lisa Crane, Managing Partner, Media Venture Advisors, Moderator
Additional speakers to be announced
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

5:00 - End-of-Day Receptions Begin
Digital Rights Management & Anti-Piracy Track, Reception and VIP Dinner Sponsored by - Click Here:



Tuesday, Evening Session
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
(Open to all Digital Hollywood Registrants)
The University Project
"Research, Development and Investment in Entertainment Technologies and Media Studies Innovation: From the University to Industry Application"
Charles S. Swartz, Executive Director & CEO, USC Entertainment Technology Center
Dr. Richard Weinberg, Research Professor, USC School of Cinema-Television
Glenda Revelle, Ph.D., Research Scientist, Strategic Research Initiatives, Education & Research, Sesame Workshop
Dana Plautz, Chair Art and Entertainment Research Council Committee, Intel Research
Athomas Goldberg, Game Technologies Group Leader, Sun Microsystems
Celia Pearce, Arts Research Manager & Associate Director of the Game Culture & Technology Lab, Cal UC Irvine Division
Mark Bolas, Visiting Associate Professor, Interactive Media Department, School of Cinema and Television, USC & Chairman, Fakespace Labs, Inc.
Newton Lee, Senior Producer, Disney Online, and Editor-in-Chief, ACM Computers in Entertainment, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

The Seminars
Wednesday, September 29th
Track I: P2P SuperDistribution: The Evolution of the Content Distribution Revolution
Track II: Interactive TV Creation, Commerce and Delivery
Track III: Broadband & Wireless Delivery and Infrastructure
Track IV: Specialized Programming Sectors: Children, Teen, Urban & Gender Targeted - TV, Games, iTV, Broadband & Wireless

9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
Track I:
X3D: The ISO-Standard Format for Real-Time 3D Convergent Media - Anytime, Anywhere
Tony Parisi, Senior Vice President, The ManyOne Network; President, Media Machines, Co-Author, X3D Specification
David Colleen, Principle and Owner, Planet9 Studios
Jeff Weekley, Naval Postgraduate School’s MOVES Institute
Neil Trevett, Senior Vice President, Market Development, 3Dlabs, Inc.
Larry Rosenthal, Vice President of New Business and Marketing, Vizx3d.com. Founder- SFWEB3D, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track II:
IP Video, Datacasting, DSMCC and other Technologies Enabling the Transformation of Entertainment
Fabrice Beer-Gabel, Senior Director Market Development, BigBand Networks
Dr. John Hartung, VP of Engineering,EGT
Jean Macher, Multimedia Product Line Manager, Thales Broadcast & Multimedia
Joe Fabiano, CTO, Pathfire
Roger Shanafelt, Vice President, Worldwide Sales & Marketing, Myrio
Sayeed Choudhury, Director, Market Development, Wind River
Donald A. Jasko,
Chief Executive Officer, Digital Economics, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
Video and Audio Management on the Net - Encoding, Compression, Video Storage, Security & Media Asset Management
David Rice, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Limelight Network
Erich C. Koeck, IS Technology Lab, Mobilkom Austria AG & Co KG
Tom Inglefield, StorageTek
Mike Harburg, CTO, Loudeye
Jeremiah Golston, Distinguished Member Technical Staff, DSP Video and Imaging Group, Texas Instruments
Mark Turner, Head of Sales, Western Region, BT Broadcast Services
Matt Deichman, GM Services Operations, Media Web Services, RealNetworks, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV:
Producing for the Children's Market: Entertainment & Education in Games, Broadband, Wireless, DVD & iTV

Scott Randall,
President, BrandGames
Ken Goldstein, Executive Vice President, Managing Director, Disney Online, Walt Disney Internet Group
Michael Becker, President & COO, iloop Mobile
Jay Gissen, President & CEO, Riot Media
Alita Holly, Executive Producer, Creative Services, Ascent Media DVD
Joyce Schwarz, Author & founder, JCOM, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

11:05 AM - 12:20 PM
Track I:
Next Generation P2P Music and Film - DRM, Paid for Pass-Along and Other Legal Distributed Computing Models and the Entertainment Industries - Part I
Michael Weiss, President & CEO, StreamCast Networks
Elizabeth Brooks, SVP, Business Development and Digital Music, Buy.com
Andy Moss, Director of Technical Policy, Microsoft Corp.
Richard Conlon, VP Licensing, BMI
Albhy Galuten, Chairman, Content Reference Forum, former, SVP, Advanced Technology, Universal Music Group
Marc Morgenstern, Vice President, Overpeer
Richard Doherty, CEO, The Envisioneering Group, Moderator

For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track II:
Interactive TV/DTV Middleware Enabling Solutions: from Interactive Guides to Interfaces
Joe Franzetta, Senior Vice President Business Development, GoldPocket Interactive
Gil Dudkiewicz, CEO, MyDTV
Bill Sheppard, Industry Marketing Manager, Digital Television, Sun Microsystems
Eric Miller, CTO, Vidiom Systems
John Kelleher, General Manager, Tribune Media Services, Electronic Program Guides
Mark Schaszberger, Chairman and CEO, IMAKE Software & Services, Inc.
Ian Weightman, Vice President and Research Director, IMS Research, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
Technology Infrastructure for the Delivery of Broadband Entertainment
Darcy Lorincz, Vice President, SAVVIS Media Services Division, SAVVIS Communications
Tom Sauer, Director, Business Development, SkyStream Networks
Sean W. Crawford, Director, Home Services, France Telecom R&D, LLC
Jay Fausch, Senior Director of Marketing, Alcatel's Fixed Communications Group
Kimberley M. Osberg, President, Trusted Media Networks, Inc.
Lauren Phillips, President, Lauren Phillips Consulting, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV:
Targeting the Teen Market: Games, Music, Wireless, iTV and Brand Extension
Malcolm Bird, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Kids and Teens, America Online, Inc.
CJ Olivares, VP Programming & Marketing, FUEL, Fox TV Group
Diana LaGattuta, Director of Marketing Services, Comverse
Lorane Poersch, President and C.E.O. KidsWebTv Inc.
Maureen Craig, Chief Strategy Officer, Red Tettemer
Kelly Galligan, Executive Producer, Pop & Company, Moderator
Additional speakers to be announced
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

12:50 PM - 2:00 PM
Track I:
Next Generation P2P - DRM, Paid for Pass-Along and Other Legal Distributed Computing Models and the Entertainment Industries Part II
Chip Venters, Chief Executive Officer, Digital Containers
Gabe Zichermann, VP of Strategy and Communications, Trymedia Systems
Ted Cohen, Senior Vice President, D3 – Digital Development & Distribution, EMI Recorded Music
Les Ottolenghi, founding Partner, INTENT MediaWorks
Jim Flynn, CEO, Artio Systems
Mark Ishikawa, Chief Executive and Technology Officer, BayTSP, Inc.
Martin C. Lafferty, Chief Executive Officer, Distributed Computing Industry Association (DCIA), Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track II:
Economics of Interactive TV: Analysis of VOD, Games, Commerce, Voting Polls, Advertising, Banking Services as Functions of iTV
Jacqueline Corbelli, Co-Chief Executive Officers, BrightLine Partners
Jonathon Symonds, Vice President Business Develoment, ICTV
Andrew Rosenman, Account Director, Automotive, Critical Mass, New York
Jody Stark, SVP, Strategy & Business Development, yooMedia North America
Matthew S. Bromberg, Vice President and General Manager of AOL Games, America Online, Inc.
Rich Fickle, Executive Vice President of Strategic Development , Ascent Media Group
Allison Dollar, founder & co-President, Interactive Television Alliance, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
Urban Media Expands: From Music, TV and Cable to Wireless and Broadband
Keith Clinkscales, President, KTC Ventures
Ken Lipscomb,
President, DAVE Networks
Mark Walton, President & CEO, Onyx Media Group International
Kenn Turner, SVP & GM, AOL Key Audiences, AOL Programming
Nichol Bradford, Brand Manager, Vivendi Universal Games
Jaymes A. Hines, CEO, NDY Media Group (Blackstage.net, Global Film Festival Initiative)
Larry Irving, President, Irving Information Group, former Assistant Secretary of US Dept. of Commerce, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV:
Guys, Geeks and Men's 18-34 Digital Lifestyle: from Wireless and Broadband to Games, iTV and TV
Erin Hunter, Senior Vice President, comScore Networks, Inc.
Derek Smithwick,
Senior Systems Evangelist, RealNetworks
Ankarino Lara, Director, GameSpot, CNET Networks, Inc.
Charlie Moore, Vice President, Business Development, Ruckus Network
David Tokheim, Senior Director of Marketing Intelligence, IGN Entertainment Inc.
Robert Ferrari, Executive Director, Marketing, Turbine Entertainment & Managing Director and founder, Convergence Ventures
Steve Bradbury, President, Marketing By Design, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Track I:
Digital Lifestyles: Shopping, Dating & Hooking-Up
Mark Jeffrey, ZeroDegrees
Kirk Scott,
Director of Product Development, Tickle Inc.
Faith Sedlin, Vice President and General Manager, Pricestore
Paul Taormino, CEO / Founder Maverick Internet Ventures and Privateeye.com
Robert Ferrari, Executive Director, Marketing, Turbine Entertainment & Managing Director and founder, Convergence Ventures, Moderator
Additional speakers to be announced
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track II:
Charting Media Platform Economics: Using Research & Analysis to Determine How Media Platforms Impact Consumer Consumption Habits
Anthony White, Senior Vice President, Director, Initiative Futures
Catherine Warren, President, FanTrust Entertainment Strategies
Dr. David Schrader, Lead Strategist and Marketing Directors, Teradata Applications Solutions Group
Cathy Hetzel, SVP, OnDemand Essentials, Rentrak
Bill Niemeyer, Chief of Analysis and Research, The DiMA Group, LLC, Moderator
Additional speakers to be announced
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
Internet Gaming - Understanding the Massively Multiplayer Universe
Tim Harris, SVP/Partner, SMG Play
Mike Goslin, Vice President, Virtual Reality Studio, The Walt Disney Internet Group
Patricia Fry, Global Offering Executive, Digital Content Creation (DCC) and Online Games, IBM Corp.
Kim Pallister, Technical Marketing Manager and Processor Evangelist, Software and Solutions Group, Intel Corp.
Jeannie Novak, founder, Indiespace
Jon Jacobs, U.S. Spokesperson, Project Entropia
Scott Cohen, President, Game Trust, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV:
The Adult Programming Sector: Broadband, Wireless, Digital Advertising and TV - Understanding the $10B Opportunity
Katie Smith, President, (THROB) 3ob.com - Moderator
Harald Müller, Director Strategic Accounts, Oplayo Oy
Scott Rabinowitz, President, Traffic Dude - a Division of Innovative Ideas International, Ltd.
David Schlesinger, Vice President, Licensing, Vivid
Farrell Hirsch, Producer, Satellite Radio, Playboy
Tom Hymes, Editor-in-Chief, AVN Online
Gregory Clayman, Owner & Founder, VS Media
Steve Fecske, President and CEO, ODBN
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here












Event: Digital Hollywood Fall
Date: September 27-29, 2004,
Location: Santa Monica, Calif., Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel
Hotel Information: Click Here
Registration: The All-Access Conference fee will be $585 per. To register, Click Here
Exhibit and Sponsor Information - Click Here
Volunteers - Click Here


The University Project
SBCA Workshop & Luncheon
Monday Seminars & Receptions
Intel Digital Home Technology and Content Solutions Workshop
Tuesday Seminars & Receptions
Wednesday Seminars & Receptions
Entertainment Financing & Packaging Track
Wireless Entertainment Track
DRM & Piracy Track
The Digital Home Track
On-Demand Content & Services
Branded Entertainment & Marketing


For Entire Working Group Meeting List at Digital Hollywood -
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Co-Sponsor of the Digital Rights Management - Anti-Piracy Track, Reception & VIP Dinner - Click Here

Co-Sponsor of the Entertainment Financing & Packaging Track, Reception & VIP Dinner - Click Here


Co-Sponsor of the Digital Rights Management - Anti-Piracy Track, Reception & VIP Dinner - Click Here



"The University Project" - The Global Meeting of Professionals in Entertainment & Media Production and Studies - Click Here



SBCA Tuesday Luncheon and Pre-Event Workshop - Click Here



Co-Sponsor of the Digital Rights Management - Anti-Piracy Track, Reception & VIP Dinner - Click Here


Co-Sponsor of the Entertainment Financing & Packaging Track, Reception & VIP Dinner - Click Here


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Working Groups in Progress:
I. Tuesday, September 28th - Working Group Lunch - by invitation
"Optimizing Networks for Digital Media with Orbital Data's TotalTransports""
Hosted by Dick Pierce, CEO, Orbital Data


Monday, September 27th
Day Long Monday
Entertainment Financing and Packaging: For the Film, TV, Game & Broadband Executive
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
VC and Investment in the Entertainment - Technology Space: Games, Wireless & Broadband
10:45 AM - Noon
Financing & Packaging: The Feature Film Producer

12:30 PM – 1:45 PM
Innovative Film & Entertainment Financing: From Access to Capital Markets and Securitization to Structural Innovation, Tax Advantages and Equity Distribution
2:15 PM – 3:30 PM
Understand the Global Terrain - Financing & Packaging – from co-Production, International Financing to Foreign and State Subsidies and Grants
Workshop - Raising Money – Public and Private. Valuation in Private Placement, IPOs and M and A
3:45 PM - 5:00 PM
Greenlighting Games: As Budgets and Grosses Expand: From Rights Holders and Title Development to Games Publishers and Hollywood Studios to Brand Extension and Ancillary Rights

Strategic Track
On-Demand Content Services: Programming for Cable, Satellite, Broadband & Wireless
Monday, September 27th
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Transforming Television: From Reality TV, HDTV and Interactive TV, to PVR TV and VOD TV
12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
Digital Cable and Satellite Television Strategies: Channel Launches, SVOD-VOD, HDTV, International and Interactive
3:45 PM - 5:00 PM
Beyond Movies: Television On Demand
Tuesday, September 28th
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
On Demand Networks: Innovations in VOD, Pay Subscriber and Basic TV Services
10:45 AM - Noon
Movie Distribution and the Broadband Timeline - Via the PC - Via the Set-Top: Technology, Content & DRM
12:30 PM – 1:45 PM
Music Industry Innovates into Future - From Digital Downloads and Subscriptions to Mobile Music & Digital and Internet Radio
2:15 PM – 3:30 PM
Subscription and Download Models in Broadband: Music, Film, Games and Information Content Distribution
TV Networks and Interactivity: Evolving Content & Business Models
3:45 PM - 5:00 PM
OCAP: Next Generation of Cable TV Services

Day-Long Track
Branded Media Marketing - TV, Film, Wireless, Music and Broadband
Monday, September 27th
2:15 PM – 3:30 PM
Entertainment Concepts in Branded & Integrated Entertainment
Tuesday, September 28th
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Branded Media Marketing - TV, Film, Wireless, Music and Broadband
10:45 AM - Noon
Music Industry - Brand Extension in Games, Wireless and TV
12:30 PM – 1:45 PM
Broadband Advertising - Merging Commerce and Content: From Feature Film and TV Tie-ins to Search Engines
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Games & Hollywood: From Feature & TV Crossover Development to Merchandising and Brand Extension

Interactive TV Creation, Commerce and Delivery
Tuesday, September 28th
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
The Networked Entertainment Home - the PVR – the Set-Top & PC Entertainment Server
10:45 AM - Noon
Everything-on-Demand: From the Server to the Set-Top Box
2:15 PM – 3:30 PM
TV Networks and Interactivity: Evolving Content & Business Models
3:45 PM - 5:00 PM
OCAP: Next Generation of Cable TV Services
Wednesday, September 29th
11:05 AM - 12:20 PM
Interactive TV/DTV Middleware Enabling Solutions: from Interactive Guides to Interfaces
12:50 PM - 2:00 PM
Economics of Interactive TV: Analysis of VOD, Games, Commerce, Voting Polls, Advertising, Banking Services as Functions of iTV
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Charting Media Platform Economics: Using Research & Analysis to Determine How Media Platforms Impact Consumer Consumption Habits






Media Summit, New York - February 8-9, 2006 • McGraw Hill Building • Registration Click Here
2006 CES Game Power Showcase & Forum, January 4, 2006, Las Vegas Convention Center, Produced by Digital Hollywood - Click Here
2006 Mobile Entertainment at CES - produced by Digital Hollywood, January 4-5, 2006, Las Vegas Convention Center - Click Here
Digital Hollywood at 2006 International CES, January 5-7, 2006, Las Vegas Convention Center - Click Here
Digital Hollywood Spring, Los Angeles March 28-March 30, 2006, Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel- Click Here
Building Blocks 2006, San Jose, California, Transforming Technologies, Interface Design & Global Communications, August 14-17, 2006 - Click Here
Digital Hollywood Fall, Los Angeles, October 24-26, 2006, Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel - Click Here


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