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Digital Hollywood Fall, Hollywood, California
Date: October 29 - November 1, 2007
New Location: The Grand Ballroom at Hollywood and Highlands and the adjacent Renaissance Hollywood Hotel, 1755 N. Highland Ave., Hollywood, California, Tel: 800-769-4774 (next to the Kodak Theater)

Attendee & Press Registration Information - Click Here

New Special Event!
Tuesday, October 30th at 5:00 PM
The MTV Networks Keynote Roundtable and DigiFest
MTV Networks Digifest will feature screenings of world premiere and original content, to be followed by a Keynote Roundtable Discussion and Q&A session with Erik Flannigan, Executive Vice President of Digital Media for the MTVN Entertainment Group; Lou Wallach, Senior Vice President of Original Programming and Development, COMEDY CENTRAL; Ross Martin, Senior Vice President and Head of Programming for mtvU; Scott Roesch, Vice President and General Manager of AtomFilms; as well as a number of filmmakers who've collaborated with MTV Networks multiplatform brands.

Tuesday, October 30th - 8:00 PM - Midnight
Zazzle - VIP Party - Open to All Attendees
RSVP Please - rsvp@zazzle.com
Location: Opera 1650 Schrader Blvd., Hollywood
Tel: 323-960-3300


Special Added Event -
Open to All Attendees
Morning Keynote - Tuesday, October 30th, 8:00 AM:
Reverend Jesse Jackson, Sr., President and Founder of the Rainbow/PUSH Coalition - Click Here

Co-located events
I. The Daily Reel at Digital Hollywood - The Conference on Online Video - Click Here - Day-Long Event - Wednesday, October 31st.

II. Music 2.0 - The Revolution Continues Seminars - Open to All Attendees (including Exhibits only) - Click Here

III. Alcatel-Lucent Broadband Media Summit - Monday, Day-Long Event - Oct. 29th

IV. Microsoft Silverlight - Special Luncheon Event
Open to All Conference Attendees
Tuesday, October 30th - Noon


V. Monday, October 29th
6:15 PM - 8:00 PM
The ETC - Studio Executive VIP Dinner & "First Look - VC - Company Launch

VI. Monday, October 29th - 5:00 PM – 6:15 PM
End of Day Reception -
Open to All Attendees
Sponsored by Edgecast

VII. National Academy of Media Arts & Sciences Breakfast - Click Here - Tuesday, October 30th

VIII.
Adobe Systems & EyeWonder, Monday, October 29th - The Advertising Transformation - Special VIP Consortium Dinner - for Dinner Invitation - email Mark Kapczynski markkap@eyewonder.com

IX. Special Event - Tuesday, October 30th
Hollywood 2.0 Keynote Roundtable - Web 2.0: Technology with a Human Touch (by invitation)
Hosted by: Dwight Caines, EVP of Worldwide Digital Marketing Strategy, Columbia TriStar - Click Here

X.
Tuesday, October 30th - 5:00 PM – 6:15 PM
End of Day Poolside Reception -
Open to All Attendees
Co-hosted by Rainbow/PUSH Entertainment Group and Reverend Jesse L. Jackson, Sr.

XI. Special Workshop - Tuesday, October 30th
"London 2012 - Organizing The Digital Games" - Content, Branding, Interactivity - Hosted by SEMN, South East Media Network (a UK Government Agency)

XII. VIP Cocktail Reception - Tuesday, Oct. 30th, 5:30 PM - Hosted by: ExtendMedia
To receive a formal invitation with further details, contact Joanna Richler at: jrichler@extend.com

XIII.
P2P Advertising UpFront - Sponsored by the DCIA - Click Here - Day-Long Event - Monday, October 29th

XIV. Parks Associates: Digital Media Habits: Consumer Research Presentation and Lunch - Wednesday, October 31st - 10:00 AM - Noon - A by-invitation event - email eparks@parksassociates.com - Info Click Here


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Note: Digital Hollywood has multiple tracks on each day. Attendees will be free to move from conference room to conference room during the day. There will be from four to eight concurrent sessions - depending on the Day - see the very long agenda below.

The Strategic Tracks:
Track I:
Hollywood 2.0 - Programming & Platforms
Track II: Reinventing Advertising: Content, Commerce & Communications
Track III: User Generated Media & Social Networks - Media, Communications and Entertainment Reinvented
Track IV: The Personalized Experience: Mobile, Broadband, Entertainment and Media
Track V: Mobile TV & Video: The Establishment of a Platform: Content, Distribution & Commerce
Track VI: Digital Production World at Digital Hollywood
Track VII: Digital Rights Management and Content Rights & Anti-Piracy
Track VIII: The Digital, Broadband and Networked Home
Track IX: Venture, Private Equity and M&A Consortium Committee & Launch at Digital Hollywood
Track X. OnDemand Content & Technology: Broadband, TV, Cable, IPTV, Games & Mobile
Track XI: University Project at Digital Hollywood

Monday, October 29th
11:45 AM - 12:45 PM
Kick-Off Roundtable
Special Opening Session
"
Media, Entertainment & Social Change"
Honoring: “Darfur Now”
Cathy Shulman, Producer
Ted Braun, Director
Adrian Sexton, Executive Vice President, Digital, Participant Productions
Hosted by Participant Productions
Producers of:
"Darfur Now"
"An Inconvenient Truth"
"Syriana"
"GOOD NIGHT, AND GOOD LUCK"
"Charlie Wilson's War"
"Fast Food Nation"

The Complete Agenda
Monday, October 29th - Special Pre-Day Event
The Strategic Tracks
1:00 PM – 2:15 PM
Track I: Hollywood 2.0 – Platforms and Programming
Mainstream Hollywood Meets the VC and Private Equity Community: Exploring the Future of TV - Film - Broadband Finance
Roy Salter, Principal, The Salter Group
Conrad Riggs, Mark Burnett Productions
Virginia Turezyn, Managing Director, American Capital
Howard T. Owens, Managing Director (Co-Head of Domestic Television & Head of Digital), Reveille LLC
Phil Ressler, Vice President, Clearstone Venture Partners
Mark Kapczynski, CEO, Kontrol Media Corp, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track II: Reinventing Advertising: Content, Commerce & Communications
Deconstructing Advertising: Making Choices in a Universe of Limitless Choice: Broadband, Social Networks, Mobile, TV, Cable, Games, VOD & ITV
Tim Hanlon, Senior Vice President, Ventures, Denuo - A Publicis Groupe Company
Adam Stewart, Vertical Director, Media & Entertainment Group, Google
Dean Carignan, Director, Advertising Business Strategy, Entertainment & Devices Division, Microsoft Corporation
Tom Bosco, Head of Sales, MySpace TV
Joe Franzetta, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Broadband Television Business Unit, TANDBERG Television
Karen Bressner, Senior Vice President of Advertising Sales, Tivo
Feisal Nanji, Sector Resident, Global Media & Entertainment Sector, Ernst & Young, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III: User Generated Media & Social Networks
UGM, Social Networks and Traditional Media: Strategies in Content, Communications and Commerce, Part I
Ty Ahmad-Taylor, Vice President, Product Development, MTV Networks and Logo
Matt Farber, President, Wilderness Media & Entertainment & founder, LOGO, Viacom
Todd Herman, President, Mediagasm, LLC
Jason Meil, SVP of Original Programming & Acquisitions, Current TV
Stephen Smyth, Senior Vice President & General Manager, Americas, Reuters Media
Howard Tiersky, Vice President, Media & Entertainment, Capgemini
Andrew Wallenstein, Digital Media and Television Features Editor, The Hollywood Reporter, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV: The Personalized Experience - Mobile
Track Sponsored by MEF

The iPhone Paradigm - Establishing the Mobile Entertainment Bar - The Perception and Reality
Rio Caraeff, Vice President & General Manager, Universal Music Mobile US
Rick Doherty, co-founder and Director, The Envisioneering Group
Larry Berkin, Senior Director Developer Ecosystem & Technology Acquisition, ACCESS, USA (former PalmSource)
Chris Drake, Sr. Director of Mobile Strategy, ThePlatform
John Hallman, Manager, Market Development, Video and Mobile Television, Motorola
Mike McGuire, Research VP, Media, Gartner Industry Advisory Research
Steve Bradbury, VP, Content Strategy & Business Affairs, GoTV Networks, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

2:30 PM – 3:30 PM
Track I
: Hollywood 2.0 – Platforms and Programming
Advertising and Monetizing: Mashup, Viral & Episodic Video Phenomenon
Timothy Shey, founder & Head of Network Development, Next New Network
Scott Roesch, GM, AtomFilms, MTV Networks
Chris Dorr, VP Video, Sony Connect
Jane Hu, Vuguru / Tornante
Kourosh Taj, Co-President & Head of Programming, No Good TV
Zach Posner, Head of Interactive and Business Development, National Lampoon
Ben Relles, founder, barelypolitical.com (Obama Girl)
Bambi Francisco, CEO, co-founder Vator, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track II: Reinventing Advertising
Advertising NEXT: Social Networks, User Generated Video, Search, Blogs, IMs, Podcasts, Broadband and Mobile, - It's the Breakthrough Year!
Dalton Caldwell, founder and CEO, imeem
Jim Louderback, CEO, Revision 3
Greg Fawcett, VP, Business Development, IMG World
Peter Pham, Vice President, Business Development, Photobucket
Kevin Lange, Director, SMG Search
Marc Ruxin, SVP, Director, Digital Marketing, MCCANN Worldgroup
Chi-Hua Chien, Associate, Accel Partners, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III: User Generated Media & Social Networks
UGM, Social Networks and Traditional Media: Strategies in Content, Communications and Commerce, Part II
Dmitry Shapiro, CEO, Veoh
Adrian Sexton, Executive Vice President, Digital, Participant Productions
Michael Jones, CEO, Userplane and VP, AOL
Gilles BianRosa, CEO, Azureus
Eric D. Alterman, Founder and Chairman, KickApps
Robert Tercek, founder and President, PeopleJam
Jim Long, Venture Advisor, Gabriel Venture Partners, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV: The Personalized Experience - Mobile
Mobile TV & Video: The Establishment of a Personalized Entertainment Platform: Content & Commerce
Rusti Baker, Senior Manager, Studio and Media Content, Market Development and Ecosystems Team, Motorola, Inc.
Steve Johnson, CEO, Choicestream
Stephen Condon, Vice President, Worldwide Marketing, Verisign
Mike Bailey, Senior Director, Programming, Qualcomm MediaFLO
Frank Barbieri, founder, Chairman and CEO, Transpera
Henri LINDE, President, Americas, Actimagine Corp.
Frank Chindamo, President and Chief Creative Officer, Fun Little Movies, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

3:45 PM – 5:00 PM
Track I:
Hollywood 2.0 – Platforms and Programming
The Exploding Appetite of Film, Cable, TV and Broadband Networks - The New Golden Age of Hollywood
Jonathan Karron, Vice President of Digital Marketing, Turner Broadcasting, TBS, TNT and TCM
Michael Kernan, Vice President, ICM
Chris Monteleone, Vice President, Marketing and Distribution, MSG Interactive (Madison Square Garden)
Richard Hull, Chief Content Officer, Blowtorch Entertainment
Jared Hoffman, Partner, Generate, former executive, CAA
Will Flannery, Vice President, Advanced Services, Fox Cable Networks
James Segil, co-founder & President, EdgeCast Networks
Mark Kapczynski, CEO, Kontrol Media Corp, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track II: Reinventing Advertising
Metrics and Analytics around Video, Social Media, P2P and User Generated Media
Yaakov Kimelfeld, Digital Research & Analytics Director, MediaVest
Mark Schulze, Vice President, Partner Development, Quantcast
Erin Hunter, EVP, comScore, Inc.
Kanishka Agarwal, Vice President, Mobile Media, Nielsen Mobile
Will Hodgman, President & CEO, M:Metrics
Tim Napoleon, Product Line Director, Media & Entertainment, Akamai
David Graves, Chairman and Founder, PermissionTV
Mark Ghuneim, CEO, Wiredset, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III: User Generated Media & Social Networks
Personalized Media Platforms – Widgets, User Generated Media, Personalized News, Blogs & PodCasts
Venu Vasudevan, Ph.D., Director, Mobile Platforms, Applications Research Center, Motorola Labs, Motorola, Inc.
JD Lasica, founder, OurMedia.org/Partner, Outhink Media/President, Social Media Group
Eric Newman, General Manager, Pluck
Leonard Brody, co-founder & CEO, NowPublic
Jason Oberfest, Managing Director, Product Strategy, Los Angeles Times Interactive
Chris Adams, founder, Orbit Media Group
Shelly Palmer, Managing Partner, Advanced Media Ventures Group LLC and President of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV: The Personalized Experience - Mobile
Personalized Mobile & Broadband Content & Commerce: Innovation in Search, Contextual Information, Social Media and User Experience
John Smelzer, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Mobile, FOX Interactive Media
Darcy Lorincz, CEO, Origin Digital
Alberto Montesi, CEO, Flycell, Inc.
Dorria
n Porter, CEO, Mozes, Inc.
Vijay Sundaram, COO, ZadMobile
Lee Hancock, Chief Executive Officer and founder, go2
Frank Chindamo, President and Chief Creative Officer, Fun Little Movies, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

5:00 PM - End-of-Day
Opening Day Reception
Poolside at the Renaissance Hollywood, 5th Floor
Open to all Attendees
Sponsored by Edgecast



Monday, October 29th
6:15 PM – 8:00 PM
Special VIP Consortium Dinner – The Advertising Transformation
Hosted by: Adobe Systems & EyeWonder:
Dinner Speakers
John Vincent,
CEO, EyeWonder
Craig Barberich,
Sr. Business Development Manager, Adobe
Jeff Minsky,
Director, NEXT, OMG Digital
Bant Breen, president, Futures Marketing Group, Interpublic Group
Mike Salerno, VP, Strategic Planning, Turner Broadcasting
Phil Ressler, VP, Clearstone Venture Partners
Paul Santello, EVP, Regional Managing Director, West, Carat
Brad Berens, Chief Content Officer & Editor at Large, iMedia, Moderator
- for Dinner Invitation - email Mark Kapczynski markkap@eyewonder.com




Monday, October 29th
6:15 PM – 8:00 PM - The ETC - Studio Executive VIP Dinner and VC & Private Equity Consortium Dinner - Special Company Presentations: “Launch, Disruption & Innovation at Digital Hollywood”

Special Thanks to Dinner Sponsors:
Emergent Game Technologies and JCI PR


Monday, October 29th -Day Long Event
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
P2P Advertising UpFront - Sponsored by the DCIA - Click Here

Monday, October 29th
6:15 PM - 8:00 PM
MobileMonday
Open Meeting to Attendees & Members

Digital Hollywood - Day One
Tuesday, October 30th
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
NAMAS
National Academy of Media Arts & Sciences Breakfast - Click Here
Keynote
Reverend Jesse Jackson, Sr., President and Founder of the Rainbow/PUSH Coalition

9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Track I:
Contextual Media & Advertising: Transforming and Redefining the Relationship Between the Consumer, Advertising and Media Platforms
Jeremy Lockhorn, Director, Emerging Media and Video Innovation, AvenueA - Razorfish
Walker Jacobs, Senior Vice president, Turner Entertainment New Media Ad Sales
Arnie Gullov-Singh, Vice President, Advertising Technology Group, Fox Interactive Media
Michael Pond, Media Analyst, Nielsen//NetRatings
Scott Schiller, Senior Vice President & Chief Revenue Officer, Glam Media, Inc.
Federico Grosso, Senior Vice President, Business Development, blinkx
Doug Scott, Senior Partner, Executive Director, Mather Productions Branded Content & Entertainment, Ogilvy & Mather, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track II:
The Rush to Mobile Video: The Creation of a Revolutionary Entertainment and Communications Medium
John Smelzer, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Mobile, FOX Interactive Media
Dave Ulmer, Sr. Director, Entertainment Products, xProducts and Experiences, Motorola
Bob Shallow, VP and General Manager, TV Guide Mobile
Daniel Tibbets, Studio Chief, GoTV Networks
Steve West, Director, North American Strategy, Alcatel-Lucent
Michael Boyd, Vice President of Licensing and Research, MediaFLO USA
Ken Rutkowski, founder, KenRadio Broadcasting, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
Television 2.0: Cable, Telco, Satellite, Broadband & Mobile Redefine the Future of Entertainment and Communications
Ryan O’Hara, President, TV Guide Network
Rishi Malhotra, Vice President, HBO On Demand and Multi-Platform Marketing
Steven Abraham, Global Leader, Media & Entertainment Practice, IBM Global Business Services
Bruce Gersh,
Senior Vice President, Business Development, ABC Entertainment & ABC Studios
Peter O. Price, President and CEO, The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences
Aditya Kishore, Senior Analyst, Heavy Reading
Shahid Khan, Partner, Interactive Broadband Consulting, LLC, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV:
Embracing the Connected Consumer - Entertainment and Technology - From the Digital Home to the Mobile Universe
Mark Mangiola, Managing Director, Canaan Venture Capital
Claudia Ceniceros, Senior Director, Digital Media Partnerships, Cisco Media Solutions Group
Sean Bunner, Operating Vice President, Advanced Services, HSN
Kris Barton, Sr. Vice President, Online, Nero, Inc.
Bill Zhou, Senior Manager, Product Management, Digital Video Solutions, Home and Networks Mobility, Motorola, Inc.
Peter Percosan, Executive Director of Broadband Strategy, TI’s Residential Gateway Business, Texas Instruments
Dave Pederson, VP Corporate Marketing, Zoran
Gigi Johnson, Senior Vice President, Strategic Partnerships, Studio 4 Networks, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

10:45 AM - Noon
Track I:
Hollywood and the Digital Consumer: How Technology, Content and Services Establish the Next Level of Consumer Entertainment Experience
Shawn Gold, SVP, Marketing & Content, MySpace.com
Amy Friedlander-Hoffman, Senior Vice President, Programming, AT&T Operations
Claudia Strauss, Managing Partner, Kirshenbaum Bond + Partners
Jason Hirschhorn, President, Sling Media Entertainment
Donick Cary, Executive Producer, “Lil’ Bush”
Ira Rubenstein, Executive Vice President, Digital Sales and Marketing, Sony Pictures, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track II:
Mobile & Broadband Music: New Platforms + New Technology + More Music + Dynamic Marketplace
Ken Hertz, Entertainment Attorney, Senior Partner, Goldring Hertz & Lichtenstein LLP
Livia Tortella, Sr. VP, Marketing and Artist Development, Atlantic Records
Daren Tsui, CEO, mSpot
Scott Campbell, VP Business Development, Digital Media, Arbinet-thexchange
Reid Genauer, VP, Consumer Marketing, eMusic
Aaron Grosky, President, Control Room
Ted Cohen, Managing Partner, TAG Strategic, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
Ubiquitous Video to the Consumer: The Technology & Content Enablers - Broadband, IPTV, Mobile & TV
Marc Schroeder, Member of the Segment Board, Marketing, Deutsche Telekom/T-Online
Stephen McKenna, Vice President, Media & Entertainment, Communications, Media, and Entertainment, Hewlett-Packard
Jim Hollingsworth, Sr. VP of Sales & Marketing, Gracenote
Michael Gordon, Co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer, Limelight Networks
Mitch Weinraub, Senior Director of Products and Services, Comcast Media Center
Reed Price, Editor-in-Chief, MSN Video and Entertainment, Microsoft
Stephen Trainor, Vice President, Strategy, Content Markets Group, Level3
Derek Kuhn, Senior Director of Marketing and Business Development, Strategic Solutions, Alcatel-Lucent, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV:
Personalized Mobile Experience – Social Networking: Breakthroughs in Messaging, Music, , Games, Video Capabilities & Advertising
Derrick Oien, President, Intercasting
Dan Monahan, Manager, UMPC Infotainment Programs, Intel
Dr. Larry Marturano, PhD., Director, Social Media Research Lab, Motorola
Bill Godwin, VP of Business Development & Strategy, Zannel, Inc.
John Koller, Sr. Marketing Manager, PSP, Sony Computer Entertainment
Norman Liang, Business Development, Web 2.0, Forum Nokia
Peg Jackson, Managing Director, NeoCarta Ventures, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

10:45 AM - Noon - Special Workshops
Workshop A:
The Arrival of 3D - Digital 3D Platform for Feature Films and Television
Bob Mayson, General Manager, Kodak Digital Motion Imaging, and Vice President, Entertainment Imaging for Eastman Kodak
Tony Adamson, Manager, DLP Cinema® Marketing, Texas Instruments, Inc.
Howard Postley, COO/CTO, 3Ality
Ted Costas, Director of Production Services, Dolby
Joshua Greer, President and Co-Founder, RealD
Marty Shindler, President, The Shindler Perspective, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Workshop B:
The Revolutionized Digital Workflow Experience: Understanding How Information Technology, Broadcast & Entertainment Production Merge
Gabriele Di Piazza, Managing Director, Media & Entertainment Business, Communications Sector, Microsoft Corporation
Phil Lelyveld, former, V.P., Digital Industry Relations, The Walt Disney Company’s New Technology and New Media Group
Michelle Munson, President and founder of Aspera, Inc.
Christopher Carey, CTO Technicolor, Thomson Services SBU
John Footen, Vice President, National TeleConsultants
Steven L. Canepa, Vice President, Global Media & Entertainment Industry, IBM, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

12:00 Noon - 2:00 PM
Special Luncheon Event, Tuesday, October 30th
Open to All Conference Attendees
Limited Seating - First Come-First Served
Microsoft Silverlight Hosted Presentation
Speakers Include:
Tom Honeybone, Senior Director, Business Development, Microsoft Silverlight


12:30 PM – 1:45 PM
Track I:

Hollywood Reinvented! Internet Video, Mobile, User Generated Media, IPTV and Broadband as Next Generation Mass Media Programming and Big Business
Lewis Henderson, Senior Vice President, William Morris Agency
Colin Decker, Director, Content & Programming for Yahoo! Video, Yahoo! Inc.
Erik Flannigan, Executive Vice President, Digital Media - MTV Networks Entertainment Group
Terry Mackin, Executive Vice President, Hearst-Argyle Television
Marc DeBevoise, SVP of Business Development and Strategy, Starz Media LLC
Ron Grover, Bureau Manager, Los Angeles, BusinessWeek, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track II:
Advertising Strategies in the Diversified Digital Culture: Broadband, Cable, Satellite, Games, Mobile and Social Networks
Scott L. Brown, Senior Vice President, Strategic Relationships, Marketing and Technology: Nielsen Media Research
Josh Rose, SVP, Creative Director, Deutsch
Mark Kapczynski, VP & GM In-Stream Solutions, EyeWonder
Cathy Tankosic, Executive Vice President, Magna Global Entertainment
Elias Plishner, Senior Vice President, Digital Communications, Universal McCann
Drew Reifenberger, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Super Deluxe, Turner Broadcasting
Warren Lee, Principal, Canaan Partners
, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
Unlimited Choice TV - VOD, PVR, DVR & Broadband - The Next Gen Cable, Satellite, Telco & IPTV
Robert Hayes, Senior Vice President, General Manager, Digital Media, Showtime Networks
Jon Ferro, Executive Vice President of Television Distribution, Lionsgate Entertainment
Richard Cardran, Senior Director, Broadband Product Management, TANDBERG Television
Evan Young, Director, Broadband Services, TiVo
Toffer Winslow, EVP of Sales & Marketing, Choicestream
Charlie Oppenheimer, CEO, Digital Fountain, Inc.
Jeffrey A. Dachis, CEO & Senior Partner, Bond Art and Science, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV:
Mobile Commerce and Content - The Mobile Web, Off Deck Content, Mobile Search and Advertising Options
Brian Dunphy, Senior Director and Head of Brands & Affinities, Qualcomm Internet Services
Scott Nichols, Director, IPX North America, Ericsson, Inc.
Paul Palmieri, President & Chief Executive Officer, Millennial Media
Andy Jedynak, Chief Marketing Officer, WeatherBug, AWS Convergence Technologies, Inc.
John Kim, Vice President of Product Management and Product Marketing, Medio
Matthew Snyder, Director/Head of Strategy & Business Development, Nokia Advertising and Context Services Team
Glen L. Friedman, President of Ideas & Solutions!
, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
Launch, Disruption & Innovation at Digital Hollywood – Part I
Companies will be selected to present innovative company products and business plans - from startups to established companies - presenters are based on innovation and disruption to the established business model. This session is part of the Venture, Private Equity and M&A Consortium
Hosted by:
Hassan Miah, Managing Director, Oris Capital
Art Chang, founder and CEO, Tipping Point Partners
Presentations by
I. Julia Johnston, co-founder, mEgo, Inc and Ariel McNichol, co-founder, mEgo, Inc
II. A. Barry Schiffman, General Counsel and COO , Viewdle
III. Anthony Volodkin, Creator, The Hype Machine
IV. Ken Lipscomb, CEO, Fourspots, Inc.
V. Miranda Tan, CEO, MyPRGenie, Inc.
VI. Jeremy Riney, founder, Project Playlist
For information Click Here

2:15 PM – 3:30 PM
Track I:
The Future of Enhanced Advertising: Addressing Brands, Message, Technology, Media and Entertainment
John McCarus, VP Director Brand Content, DIGITAS
Daryl Evans, Vice President of Advertising & Marketing Communications, AT&T Wireless
David Goodrich, West Coast Digital Media Director, NEXT, OMG Digital
Todd Steinman, COO, M80
David Lang, Director of Programming, MindShare Entertainment
Eric Hadley, CMO, Heavy Corporation
Jim Heckman, Chief Strategy Office, Zazzle
Michael Kassan, Principal, Media Link, LLC, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track II:
Movies, TV and Video for Mobile - Original Entertainment & Information Programming Jumpstarts the Revolution
Bernard Gershon, Senior Vice President/General Manager, ABC News Digital Media Group
Maureen Fitzpatrick, VP Mobile Development, FremantleMedia
Tammy Franklin, Vice President of Business Development, Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. (TBS, Inc.)
Marie Jacobson, Executive Vice President, Programming and Production, International Networks, Sony Pictures Television International
Matthew Feldman, President and CEO, Versaly Entertainment
Ralph Simon, Chairman Emeritus & Founder, Mobile Entertainment Forum – Americas, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
Hollywood 2.0 - Content & Commerce: New Rules for the Film, TV, Broadband & Mobile Video Industry - Deals, Advertising and Commerce
Dean Valentine, President, Symbolic Action, LLC, former President, UPN and former President, Walt Disney Television
David B. Wertheimer, Executive Director, Entertainment Technology Center @ USC
Stan Rogow, Executive Producer/Director, Afterworld
Julia Pistor, Producer, "Nacho Libre" and "Charlotte’s Webb"
Tom Sauer, RVP, Business Development, AT&T
Debbie DeMontreux, SVP of Programming, IFC
Arlene Zeichner, Principal, Selavy Associates, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV:
Publishing 2.0: Re-Imagining of the Newspaper and Magazine Industries: Broadband, Mobile, UGM, IPTV and Advertising
Benjamin Chen, Chairman and Chief Technology Officer, Mochila
Robertson Barrett, Vice President, Interactive and General Manager, latimes.com
Joel Sucherman, Executive Producer, USAToday
David Anthony, Co-Founder, Bondi Digital Publishing
Sue Cross, Vice President / Online, U.S. Newspaper and Magazine Markets, Associated Press, Moderator
Additional speakers to be announced
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

2:15 PM – 3:30 PM – Special Workshops
Session A:
DRM 101 – The DRM Primer: Rights Management – Rights Holder Issues – The Content vs. Technology Collision
Hosted by:
James M. Burger,
Attorney at Law, Dow Lohnes
Speakers:
Jon Baumgarten, Partner, Proskauer Rose
Alan Bell, EVP and CTO, Paramount Pictures
Albhy Galuten, Vice President, Digital Media Technology Strategy, Sony Corporation of America
Dr. Jian Zhao, CTO, Thomson STS
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Workshop B:
The Virtual Worlds and Massively Multiplayer Gaming Explosion - PC, Console and Mobile
Mike Goslin, Vice President, Virtual Reality Studio, Walt Disney Internet Group
Ed Zobrist, President, Sierra Online, a division of Vivendi Games
Craig Sherman, CEO of Gaia Online
Don L. Daglow, President and CEO, Stormfront Studios Inc.
David Laux, Global Executive, Games & Interactive Entertainment, IBM
Bob Ferrari, Executive Director, Business Development & Sales, Turbine Inc.
Geoffrey Selzer, Chief Executive Officer & Chairman of the Board, Emergent Game Technologies
Russell G. Weiss, Partner, Morrison & Foerster LLP, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

2:15 PM. Special Workshop - Tuesday, October 30th
"London 2012 - Organizing The Digital Games" - Content, Branding, Interactivity - Hosted by SEMN, South East Media Network (a UK Government Agency)

3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
Track I:

Broadband as a Strategic Entertainment Platform: Content, Advertising and Branding
Matthew Evans, Vice President, Digital Media and head of NBC Universal Digital Studios
Jon Vlassopulos, VP, Digital Media, Endemol USA
Betsy Scolnik, President, National Geographic Digital Media
Brent Weinstein, CEO, 60Frames Entertainment
Joe Michaels, Senior Director, Business Development, MSN Entertainment & Video
Jeff Berman, GM, MySpace TV
Tim Chang, Principal, Norwest Venture Partners, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track II:
Advertising and Technology - Games, Interactive TV, Cable, Broadband, UGM & Mobile - Ad-insertion, On-Demand and Back-End Management
Justin Townsend, CEO and Co-Founder, IGA Worldwide
Jack Perry, Founder & CEO, TitanTV Media
Brandon Berger, Director Digital Innovation, MDC Partners
Pallavi Shah, Digital Media Strategist, Hewlett-Packard
Ravi Medikonda, Director of Service Provider Marketing, Juniper Networks
Jeff Hasen, Chief Marketing Officer, h i p c r i c k e t
Keith Kocho, Founder, Extend Media, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
The Hollywood Producer - The Real Deal: Reinventing the Strategy, the Platforms and the Revenue Streams
Joel Wright, Vice President, Head of Interactive Media. Paradigm
Paran Johar, EVP of Digital Marketing, Managing Director, MRM Los Angeles
Schuyler M. Moore, Partner, Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP
Peter Hoskins, CEO, ManiaTV
Chris Dominguez, President, GetBack Media, Inc.
Jerry Pierce, Member of the Board, Itiva Networks, form
er Senior Vice President, Technology, Universal Pictures
David Tochterman, Executive Vice President, DigWorks™, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV:
The Connected TV and Set-top as the Consumer Gateway to Entertainment & Information – Set-Top, Broadband, Guides & PVRs
James Henderson, Jr., Vice President, Digital Development, Comcast Cable
Jay Fehnel, Vice President, Entertainment Products, Tribune Media Services
Michael Hurlston, Vice President and General Manager, Home and Wireless Networking Business Unit, Broadcom Corporation
Larry Smith, Chief Operating Officer North America, Vice President Worldwide Business Development, ARCHOS
Chet Kanojia, Chief Executive Officer, Navic Network
Steve Tranter, Director of Interactive Delivery, NDS
Jeff Binder, Senior Director, Connected Home Solutions, Motorola, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

3:50 PM - 5:00 PM – Special Workshops
Session Workshop A:
Imagining the Digital Future of Film and TV Production - Tools & Technologies to Liberate the Imagination
Stephen Jacobs, Vice President, Sony Corporation of America
Kenneth Yas, Market Development Manager, Cameras, NA, Grass Valley
Thomas A. Ohanian, Vice President of Product Management, Signiant
Bernie Laramie, CEO, MOS Sync, Inc.
Hisham Abed, Director of Photography
Thomas Edward Hale, Director at Element Three Films
Ben Weinberger, CEO, Dgitialsmiths
Joel Ordesky, Chief Technical Officer, Wexler Video, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Session Workshop B:
Widgets as a Platform: Content, Advertising, Communications
Martin Green, Vice President, Business Development, meebo.com
David Weiden, General Partner, Khosla Ventures
John Boden, SVP of Product Management, Openwave
Chris Cunningham, Vice President of Global Sales, Freewebs
Dan Strauss, Vice President, Fox Interactive Media Labs
Levy Cohen, Chief Executive Officer and Founder, Collarity
Kent Steffen, Vice President, CSG Interactive
Joyce Schwarz, JCOM Emerging Entertainment Marketing, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Tuesday, October 30th at 5:00 PM - In the Conference Tent
The MTV Networks Keynote Roundtable and DigiFest
MTV Networks Digifest will feature screenings of world premiere and original content, to be followed by a Keynote Roundtable Discussion and Q&A session with Erik Flannagan, Executive Vice President of Digital Media for the MTVN Entertainment Group; Lou Wallach, Senior Vice President of Original Programming and Development, COMEDY CENTRAL; Ross Martin, Senior Vice President and Head of Programming for mtvU; Scott Roesch, Vice President and General Manager of AtomFilms; as well as a number of filmmakers who've collaborated with MTV Networks multiplatform brands.

Tuesday, October 30th - 5:00 PM – 6:15 PM
End of Day Poolside Reception -
Open to All Attendees
Co-hosted by:
Rainbow/PUSH Entertainment Group and Reverend Jesse L. Jackson, Sr.

Tuesday, October 30th
6:15 PM - 8:00 PM
Evening VIP Consortium Dinner
Hollywood 2.0, End-of-Day Keynote Roundtable
Hosted by:
Dwight Caines,
EVP of Worldwide Digital Marketing Strategy, Columbia TriStar Marketing Group

Dinner Speakers:
Nada Stirratt, EVP for MTV Networks Digital Advertising
Vince Broady, SVP, Yahoo! Entertainment
Matt Cohler, VP of Strategy & Operations, Facebook
Aaron Earls, Co-Founder and VP of Business Development at New Media Strategies
Steve Pamon, Senior Vice President, Digital Distribution & Strategic Partnerships, Home Box Office (HB0) -
Click Here for Additional Information

Special Event - Day Two
Wednesday, October 31st - Day Long Co-Located Conference
The Daily Reel at Digital Hollywood -
The Conference on Online Video - Click Here

Wednesday, October 31st - Day Two
Digital Hollywood Seminars
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Track I:
Rightsholder Options: The Cross Platform Challenge - Film - Music - Broadband - Mobile - TV
Patrick Ross, Executive Director, The Copyright Alliance
Iain Scholnick, President & CEO, Imagespan
Kraig L. Marini Baker, Partner, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP
Sid Blum, Partner, KPMG
Robert Schumann, General Manager, Cinea, a subsidiary of Dolby Laboratories,
Richard Bullwinkle, Chief Evangelist, Macrovision
David E. Leibowitz, Managing Partner, CH Potomac, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track II:
Branded Media Marketing - TV, Film, Broadband, Podcasting & Blogging, Mobile, Music and Games – Reinventing the Commerce & Media Model
Steve Livingston, Chief Marketing Officer, mBlox
Chris Petrovic, Vice President, Digital Media, Playboy
Mike Sepso, chairman and co-founder, Major League Gaming
Jessica Friedberg, Director of Integrated Marketing, RealNetworks
Kenetta Bailey, SVP, Marketing, WE TV
Andrea Gingold, VP of Marketing, Screenvision
David Getson, CEO, g-NET Media, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
Internet Video, Advertising & Marketing: The Next Generation of Consumer Reach
Erick Hachenburg, CEO, Metacafe
Tara Walpert, President, Visible World
Kris Jacob, EVP, Business Development, Sales and Marketing, PodShow
Stephen Baker, CRO, EveryZing
Christine Engelbrechtsen, Head of Interactive Advertising and Marketing, Lime
Tom Wang, Vice-President of Product. Break.com
John Ham, Founder, Ustream.TV
Scott Cohen, President, VideoAdGames, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV:
Delivering the Triple Play: The Upgraded Digital Package - More Content, More Commerce & Advertising & Additional Revenues
Stephen Mannel, Global Offering Executive, Cable and Broadband Solutions, IBM Corp.
John Reister, Chief IPTV Architect, BigBand Networks
Guy Cherry, Principal Architect - Video Systems, C-COR
Andreas Bauer, Industry Frameworks Leader, Communications, Media & Entertainment, EDS
Steve Borelli, VP of Marketing and Business Development, Integra5
Michelle Nowak, Vice President – Product Management, Broadband, Cable and Satellite, Amdocs
Rob Uhrich, Senior Director Business Development, PaymentOne
Mary Francia, Executive Consultant, Philips Electronics Content Identification, The Netherlands, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

10:00 AM - Noon
Digital Media Habits: Consumer Research Presentation and Lunch
Sponsored by Parks Associates
This is a limited attendance event - email eparks@parksassociates.com

10:45 AM - Noon
Track I:
Piracy and Digital Rights Management: Legal, Legislative and Social Issues Surrounding DRM and Anti-Piracy Implementation
Andy Nobbs, President and Managing Director, Teletrax
Reed Stager, Board of Directors Chairman, Digital Watermarking Alliance, Executive Vice President, Digimarc Corporation
Jason Oxman, Vice President, Communications, Consumer Electronics Association
Paul Jessop, Chief Technology Officer, IFPI
Chris Amenita, Senior Vice President, ASCAP
Nic Garnett, President, Interight
David Rips, Director, Media & Entertainment Practice, Deloitte Consulting LLP, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track II:
Digital Music & its Transformation: Downloads and Subscriptions in Mobile, Broadband, Pods & Digital and Internet Radio
John Jones, Senior Vice President, MusicNet
Albhy Galuten, Vice President, Digital Media Technology Strategy, Sony Corporation of America
Daniel P. Harris, Chairman & CEO, MEDIAPASS
Prashant Bahadur, Director of Retail Marketing, The Orchard
Jessica Stoner, V.P. Business Development, Pandora
Charlie Moore, Senior Vice President of Corporate Development for Ruckus Network
Kelli Richards, President, The All Access Group, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
Bridging TV and Broadband: Strategic Relationships - Advertising, Technology & Content Part I
Bob Leverone, VP, Television, Dow Jones
Dave Brown, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Consumer/Residential Solutions, Cisco Systems
Phil Wiser, Chairman and President, Building B
Rich Cusick, SVP, Digital Media, TV Guide
Jonathan Bokor, Vice President, Business Development, TANDBERG Television
Rebecca Baldwin, General Manager, Zap2it, Tribune Media Services
Rex Wong, CEO, Dave Networks
Will Richmond, President, Broadband Directions LLC, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV:
The NexGen Entertainment Home Experience - From the Smart & Connected TV to the PVR, Set-Top & PC Experience
Jim Strothmann, Director, Product Strategy & Management, Home Entertainment Initiatives, Scientific Atlanta, A Cisco Company
Michael Wood, Consumer Solutions and Platform Manager, Digital Media Group, AMD
Ellis Lindsay, Director, North American Strategy, Alcatel-Lucent
Mike Spilo, VP of Engineering, Multimedia Products, NETGEAR
Brian Hofstetter, Director Connected Products, Zoran
Roger Gregory, Marketing Director of the Telco and Operator group, NXP Semiconductors
Rick Doherty, co-founder and Director, The Envisioneering Group, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

10:45 AM - Noon
Special DRM Workshop: Content Rights
"Fair Use to Be or Not to Be"
Hosted by:
James M. Burger, Attorney at Law, Dow Lohnes
Speakers:
Stacey Byrnes, Sr. Vice President -- Intellectual Property Counsel, NBC Universal
Michael Ayers, Senior Attorney, Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc., president, Digital Transmission Licensing Administrator, LLC
Jay Samit, Strategic Advisor, Navio
Neil W. Netanel, Professor of Law, UCLA
Doug Warner, Vice President of Business Development, Digital Entertainment Services, Hewlett-Packard
Jon Baumgarten, Partner, Proskauer Rose
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
Track I:
DRM Implementation in Media and Entertainment: From Standardization to Implementation of New Technology Strategies
Shawn Ambwani, VP of Licensing, Intertrust
Donald E. Leake, Program Director - Copy Protection Business Development, IBM Research
Steve Oetegenn, Chief Sales and Marketing Officer, Verimatrix
Jim Ward, Director of Business Development, Philips Content Identification
Shawn Michels, Director of Product management, Entriq
Jay Legue, Lead Product Manager, North Plains Systems Corp.
Kristin L. Holland, Partner, Katten Muchin Rosenman, LLP, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track II:
Movies, TV & Video Programming to the Consumer – All Video All the Time: Broadband, IPTV, DVD & Mobile
Bradford C. Auerbach, Digital Entertainment Services, Hewlett-Packard Company
David Cook, COO, CinemaNow
Bruce Anderson, Senior Vice President, Movielink, Blockbuster Online
Ed Forman, COO and EVP, ICTV
Jordy Koski, Director of Marketing, ExtendMedia
Tim Bridges, Media & Entertainment Practice Lead, Capgemini
John Edwards, President and CEO, Move Networks
Lisa Crane Greer, CEO, Media Venture Advisors, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
Reinventing Advertising: Broadcast vs. the New Platforms: VOD, PVR, Broadband & Mobile
Lori H. Schwartz, Senior Vice President, Director of Emerging Media, Interpublic Emerging Media Lab
Dean G. Scheu, Jr., President & CEO, HSI Communications, Inc.
Kenneth Papagan, President & Chief Strategy Officer, Rentrak Corporation
Jeff Shultz, Co-Founder, CEO, CONCERT.TV
Mitch Oscar, Executive Vice President, Director of CaratDigital, Carat North America
Lon Otremba, CEO, Access 360 Media
Charles “Chip” Meehan, Vice President of Advertising Sales, Comcast Spotlight
Terry S. Bienstock, CEO, Mobilactive Media, LLC., former EVP & General Counsel, Comcast Cable, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV:
Bridging TV and Broadband - Interactive TV: Strategic Relationships - Advertising, Technology & Content Part II
Sara DeWitt, Senior Director, PBS KIDS & Parents Interactive, PBS
Benjamin Ezrick, Senior Strategist, Digital Innovation, Ogilvy Interactive
Bryan Biniak, Founder & CEO, Jacked
Jodie McAfee, founder, Boomerang iTV
Mollie Spilman, Chief Executive Officer, TidalTV
Kate Purmal, General Manager and SVP of Digital Content Solutions, SanDisk
James Glasscock, former Vice President, Video On Demand, Playboy
Allison Dollar, CEO, ITV Alliance, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Track I:
Digital Rights Management – How to Compete with "Free"
Alfredo Cabeza, Vice President, Film and Video Services, RoyaltyShare, Inc.
Ryc Brownrigg, VP - Technology Starz Entertainment, Vongo
Lance Ware, CTO, Technicolor Electronic Content Distribution Services
Brad Hunt, former Executive Vice President, Chief Technology Officer, Motion Picture Association of America
Mark Heninger, founder & CMO, DreamTank
Richard LeVine, Global Rights Management Lead, Technology Consulting, Security, Media & Entertainment, Accenture, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track II:
Subscription, Download & Advertising Models in Broadband: Entertainment, News & Information Content Distribution
Mariana Danilovic, Managing Director, Hollywood Portfolio, LLC
Jason Henderson, Games Product Manager, Verizon Communications
Dr. Lars Buttler, CEO, Trion World Network
Michael Weiss, President & CEO, StreamCast Networks
Richard M. Anderson. President & CEO, Zip.tv
Lewis Rothkopf, VP of Business Development, Paltalk
Lauren Cole, President, Lauren Cole Media, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
Venture Funding, Investment & Mergers - Leadership in the Entertainment & Technology Space: Broadband, Social Networks, Mobile and Games
Sun Jen Yung, Managing Director, Investment Banking, Oppenheimer & Co.
Marc Yi, Director, Strategic Investments, Intel Capital
Mark Stevens, Partner, Fenwick & West
David O. Higley, founder, Higley & Company LLC
Jeremy Liew, Partner, Lightspeed Venture Partners
George Zachary, Partner, Charles River Ventures
Joey Tamer, President, S.O.S. Inc., Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV:
Social Networks & User Generated Media as a Technology Challenge: The Platform, the Content & the Network
Don Kosak, Chief Technology Officer, Lycos
Chris Tolles, CEO, Topix.net
Anthony Katsur, COO, Panther Express
Cynthia Francis, CEO, Reality Digital
David Bankston, CTO, Neighborhood America
Kevin Bromber, Co-founder & CEO, NowLive
Reena Jadhav, CMO, Conduit.com, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
Track I:
Programming, Content & Advertising Innovation: Cable, VOD, DTV, IPTV & Broadband
Dean Denhart, President and Chief Operating Officer, BlackArrow
Brady Gilchrist, EVP of Strategy, Fuel Industries
Josette Bonte, Vice President, Digital Media, Cookie Jar
Frank Nein, Executive Vice President, OrionsWave
Will Rogers, CEO, Rooftop Comedy
David Becker, Chief Marketing Officer, ExpoTV
Tejpaul Bhatia, CEO, MediaMerx, Inc., Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track II:
Broadband Advertising: The Power Surge – Video, PODs, Social Networks, Links & Banners - Entertainment, Digital Publishing, Communities and Search Engines Emergence
Jason Klein, President and co-founder, Special Ops Media
Aaron Broder, co-founder & CEO, Gorilla Nation
Michael Lundgren, Applied Technology Group, Creative Technology Director, VML
Eric Druckenmiller, Media Director, Deep-Focus
Adam Broitman, Director of Emerging and Creative Strategy, Morpheus Media
Josh Crandall, Managing Director, Media-Screen LLC
David Berkowitz, Director, Emerging Media, 360i, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
Enabling Multiplatform Delivery of Content: Broadband, DTV, IPTV & Mobile - Implications of Expanded Bandwidth and Near to Unlimited Storage
Michel Billard, CEO, Itiva Networks
Kelly Egan, VP Business Development, Swarmcast
Matt West, Vice President of Content and Future Media, Alcatel-Lucent
David Trescot, Vice President, Harmonic, Harmonic Inc.
Raj Samtani, Director, Digimarc
Lance Ware, CTO, Technicolor Electronic Content Distribution Services
Katherine L. Parker, Internet, Media & Entertainment Industry Sales Global Business Development Manager, Sun Microsystems, Inc., Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV:
In-Store Digital Media Solutions: Branding, Communication & Commerce: Evaluation, Development & Deployment
Dave Adams, Manager, Strategic Planning of Best Buy Co, Inc.
Ali Diab, Co-Founder and President, Products & Technology, Ripple
David Brewster, Senior VP, Marketing and Creative Services, PlayNetwork
David Wolf, Partner, Media & Entertainment, Accenture
Jim Taylor, Senior Vice President & General Manager, Sonic Solutions
Anthony Bay, co-founder and chairman, MOD Systems, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

5:00 PM – End-of-Day Reception
Open to all Attendees

Consortium Dinners:
6:15 PM – 8:00 PM
-
(by invitation only) DRM & Content Rights Consortium Dinner

Day Three
Thursday, November 1st
9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
Track I:
IPTV and Internet TV Connectivity - Broadband, the TV, the Set-Top, the Server - Enabling Advanced Services - Content and Advertising
J.D. Zeeman, Director, Digital Media, IBM Global Technology Services
Brian Chamberlin, Manager, Interactive Projects, NDS
Jake Buckstead, Director, Business Development, LodgeNet
Graham Kinahan, Senior Product Marketing Manager, AMD
Andrew Hayden, VP, Business Development, Acinion
Yi Zhang, Senior Manager, Product Marketing, UTStarcom
Jim Jones, Managing Director, Scale Venture Partners, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track II:
The Broadband Video Tipping Point: Availability of Vast Content and Multiplatform Portability - Advertising, Analytics & Distribution Strategies
Todd Narwid, SVP of Worldwide Sales at Narrowstep
Tim Street, Creator/Executive Producer, French Maid TV
Jeffrey Peel, Managing Director Quadriga Consulting for Crea8ivity.com
Christopher Myers, Chief Operating Officer, SIVOO
Brett Wilson, Co-founder and CEO, TUBEMOGUL
Hayden Black, writer/actor/producer, Goodnight Burbank
Susan Cashen, Vice President, Marketing, Mywaves
David Bloom, Associate Dean and Chief Communications Officer, USC Marshall School of Business, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
Intellectual Property - Rights vs. Implications of Technology Innovation - from UGM to P2P - Understanding the Legal March of History
Mark Isherwood, Director and co-founder, Rightscom Ltd
Ian C. Ballon, Shareholder, Greenberg Traurig LLP
George Borkowski, Partner, Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp
Rich Jorgenson,
Director of Anti-Piracy Strategy, BayTSP
Richard French, CEO, Avvenu, Inc
Ann Chaitovitz, Attorney-Advisor, Office of International Relations, U.S Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO)
Jim Smith, Partner, Mohr Davidow Ventures, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV:
Advertising in P2P, Search, Social Media and other Web Based Services
Chase Norlin, CEO, Pixsy
Thom Kozik, President, US Wazap!
Allan Klepfisz, CEO, Brilliant Digital Technologies /QTRAX
John Desmond, Vice President, MediaSentry Services
Les Ottolenghi, President & Co-Founder, INTENT MediaWorks
Ronny Golan, Co-Founder & Co-CEO, HIRO Media
Donald A. Jasko, Chief Executive Officer, Digital Economics, 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, Ad-Based and Other Legal Distributed Computing Models and the Entertainment Industries
Mark Strangio, Director Channel Marketing, PeerApp
Jonathan Lee, VP, Business Development, MediaDefender
John Dillon, Chief Marketing Officer, Cachelogic
Daniel Harris, Founder, Kendra Initiative
Christopher Levy, CEO, BUYDRM
Arturo Artom, President and CEO, Your Truman Show
Marty Lafferty, Chief Executive Officer, Distributed Computing Industry Association (DCIA), Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track II:
Advertising Innovation! Broadband, OnDemand, In-Game, Social Networks, RSS, Blogs, PODs & Mobile
Jayant Kadambi, CEO and Founder, YuMe
Karen Feldman, Global Media & Entertainment Leader, Institute for Business Value, IBM
Lissette Fernandez, Interactive Strategy Director, VENABLES BELL & PARTNERS
Matt Shaw, Director of Sales, West Coast, AdMob
Louis Moynihan, Director of Strategy and Development, Pheedo, Inc.
Paul Bowlin, Director of Online Video Advertising, SpotXchange, Booyah Networks
Jonathan Weitz, Principal, IBB Consulting, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
All Video-All the Time: Next Generation in Media Technologies – Broadband and Mobile - Content & Advertising
David Leider, CEO, Gas Station TV
Martin Hayward, Director, Marketing, Mirror Image
Mark Pascarella, President & CEO, Gotuit Media Corp
Jay Sanderson, CEO, JTN Productions
Leon Papkoff, Chairman and CEO, Design Reactor
Jim Turner, Vice President, Product Management, Synacor
Chia-Lin Simmons, Digital Media Executive, On Digital Media, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV:
The Next Generation in Mobile & Broadband Platform Personalization: Widgets, Search, Information & Commerce
Martin Russ, Chief Architect, Real Time Content
Collin Bruce, Director of Marketing, Embedded Business Group, Hitachi America Ltd.
Scott Fedewa, Executive VP & Executive Producer, LiveNation.com
A. Pierre Yurow, Director, Business Development, Bling Mobile
Dan Nguyen, Director of Product Management, OpenWave
Jonathon Wolfe, CEO, Maxiem
Bill Ganz, CEO/President, Rocketinfo.com
Joyce Schwarz, JCOM Emerging Entertainment Marketing, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

12:50 PM - 2:00 PM
Track I:
Music Industry Innovates and Morphs: Radio, PODs, Blogs, P2P, Ad Revenue Concepts, Cable/TV Innovation
Prem Akkaraju, Vice President, Sanctuary Artist Management
KamranV, CyKiK, Spaceland Recordings
Carl J. Rohling, Vice-President of Business Development, PassAlong Networks
Art Chang, CEO, Haystack Media, Inc.
Andy Schuon, President & CEO, IMF: The International Music Feed
Steve Masur, founding Partner and General Manager, MasurLaw, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track II
IPTV & Content – Telco, Cable, PCs & CE Devices Deliver to the Consumer
Mark Evensen, VP Product Development, Entone
Andy Addis, EVP Marketing, Hillcrest Labs
Colin Dixon, Senior Analyst, The Diffusion Group
Doug Sylvester, COO, TVN Entertainment
Jerry Brandt, Content Services Group, Intel Corp.
Jonathan Hurd, Director, Altman Vilandrie & Company, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
Personalized and Innovative Mobile & Broadband Services: Advertising and Content
Steve Bava, Group Account Director, WHITTMANHART Interactive
Mike Fitzsimmons, CEO, Delivery Agent
Jonathan Cobb, Founder and CEO, Kiptronic
Venkatarangan Thirumalai, Chairman, Vishwak Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
Jordan Greene, VP of Mobile Marketing, MindMatics
Dina Pradel, Vice President of Marketing, StyleFeeder
Michael J. Pinto, Managing Principal, mCapital, LLC, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV:
Personalized Video and Broadband Media: ITV, IPTV, Broadband, Social Networks & Mobile - Aggregation, Guides and Advertising
Brett Crossley, founder, 10 Foot Wave
Brad Inman, Founder and CEO, TurnHere
Jennifer Cooper, co-founder and CEO, MixerCast, Inc.
Dalen Harrison, CEO, Ensequence
Terry Ash, Executive Vice President of Marketing and Sales, VMIX Media
Ben Mendelson, founder & President, Interactive Television Alliance, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Track I:
Social Networks - The Future of Advertising, Marketing and Brand Building
Justin Cooper, Chief Innovation and Marketing Officer, Passenger
Alex Blum, CEO, KickApps
Rebecca Weeks, Director of Business Development, Real Girls Media Network, Inc.
Mark Sigal, co-founder and CEO, vSocial, Inc.
Matt Palmer, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Stardoll
Ray Doustdar, President, TeamDating.com
Ben Pashman, Vice President Business Development, Gigya
Brian Solis, Principal, FutureWorks, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track II:
Video Aggregators - Next Gen Broadband, UGM and Mobile Entertainment, Social Networking and Personal Communication
David Clarke, VP Business Development, FUSA Capital
Dina Kaplan, co-founder, blip.tv
Mary Hodder, CEO, Dabble
Rachel Sterne, Founder & CEO, GroundReport
Max Haot, CEO, Mogulus
Paul Kontonis, Chief Executive & co-founder, For Your Imagination
Marissa Gluck, Founder and Managing Partner, Radar Research, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
Personalized Video, Music & Gaming Experience - Breakthroughs in Mobile, Broadband & IPTV - Search, Widgets, Virtual Worlds, Messaging Capabilities & Advertising
David Gosen, CEO, I-play
Martin Dunsby, President and CEO, Vollee
Justin Jarvinen, founder and CEO, VerveLife
Tim Stevens, President and CEO, Doppelganger
Nicholas Reichenbach, Vice President, Bplay
Chris Brown, CEO, Metabeam Corporation
Tyler Goldman, Chief Executive Officer, Buzznet
Howard Greenfield, Industry Strategist & Columnist, Go-Associates, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV:
Contextual Media & Advertising Applications in Social Networks and User Generated Media - Broadband and Mobile
Jim Kaskade, CEO, Eyespot
Troy Young, CMO, VideoEgg
Doug McFarland, Chief Executive Officer, ScanScout
Ben Weinberger, Chief Executive Officer, Digitalsmiths
Amir Ashkenazi, CEO and Co-founder, adap.tv
David Kim, SVP of Business Development and GM of Performance Marketing, Tumri
Stephen Stokols, CEO, WooMe
Mike Vorhaus, Managing Director, Frank N. Magid Associates, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here





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Digital Hollywood Fall, Los Angeles, October 19-22, 2009, Loews Santa Monica - Click Here
Advertising 2.0, June 10-11, 2009, New York City, a Co-Hosted IAC - Digital Hollywood Event - Click Here
2010 CES - Advertising, Game Power, Mobile Entertainment & DH at CES, January 6-9, 2010, Las Vegas Convention Center, Click Here
Media Summit, New York - March 10-11, 2010 • McGraw Hill Building • Registration Click Here
Digital Hollywood Spring, Los Angeles May 3-6, 2010, Loews Santa Monica Hotel - Click Here
TimeWarner Summit, Politics 2008, October 13-14, 2008, Time Warner Center, New York - Click Here
Building Blocks, August 5-7, 2008, San Jose, California - A Joint CEA - Digital Hollywood Event Click Here



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Event: Digital Hollywood
Date: October 29 - November 1, 2007
Location: The Grand Ballroom at Hollywood and Highlands and the adjacent Renaissance Hollywood Hotel, 1755 N. Highland Ave., Hollywood, California, Tel: 800-769-4774
Hotel Information: Click Here
Registration: The All-Access Conference fee will be $635 per. To register, Click Here
Exhibit and Sponsor Information - Click Here
Exhibitor List - Click Here
Volunteers - Click Here
Email Announcement List,
Click Here
Speaker Selection Info - Click Here
Conference Fees
$635 - All-Access Registration
$350 - One Day Digital Hollywood Conference Ticket
$495 - Academic and Analyst Discount
• P2P Advertising UpFront - Sponsored by the DCIA
Monday, October 29th - Separate Registration - Click Here







I. Monday, October 29th
Day-Long Event
Alcatel-Lucent Broadband Media Summit


II.
Monday, October 29th
5:00 PM – 6:15 PM
End of Day Reception -
Open to All Attendees
Sponsored by Edgecast


III. Monday, October 29th
6:15 PM - 8:00 PM
The ETC - Studio Executive VIP Dinner & "First Look - VC - Company Launch

ETC Board Members from Disney, Fox, NBC Universal, Sony Pictures, Warner Bros
Special Thanks to Dinner Sponsors:
Emergent Game Technologies and JCI PR


IV. - Monday, October 29th -Day Long Event
• P2P Advertising UpFront - Sponsored by the DCIA
Additional Registration - Click Here


V. Monday, October 29th
6:15 PM – 8:00 PM
Special VIP Consortium Dinner – The Advertising Transformation
Hosted by: Adobe Systems & EyeWonder:
Dinner Speakers
John Vincent,
CEO, EyeWonder
Craig Barberich,
Sr. Business Development Manager, Adobe
Jeff Minsky,
Director, NEXT, OMG Digital
Bant Breen, president, Futures Marketing Group, Interpublic Group
Mike Salerno, VP, Strategic Planning, Turner Broadcasting
Phil Ressler, VP, Clearstone Venture Partners
Paul Santello, EVP, Regional Managing Director, West, Carat
Brad Berens, Chief Content Officer & Editor at Large, iMedia, Moderator
- for Dinner Invitation - email Mark Kapczynski markkap@eyewonder.com






VI.
Monday, October 29th
6:15 PM - 8:00 PM
MobileMonday
Open Meeting to Attendees & Members


VII. Tuesday, October 30th
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
NAMAS Breakfast - Click Here


VIII. Microsoft Silverlight - Special Luncheon Event, Tuesday, October 30th



IX: Tuesday, October 30th - 5:00 PM – 6:15 PM
End of Day Poolside Reception -
Open to All Attendees
Co-hosted by:
Rainbow/PUSH Entertainment Group and Reverend Jesse L. Jackson, Sr.

X: Tuesday, October 30th
6:15 PM - 8:00 PM -
by invitation
Evening VIP Consortium Dinner
Hollywood 2.0 Keynote Roundtable
Hosted by:
Dwight Caines,
EVP of Worldwide Digital Marketing Strategy, Columbia TriStar Marketing Group
Dinner Speakers:
Nada Stirratt, EVP for MTV Networks Digital Advertising
Vince Broady, SVP, Yahoo! Entertainment
Matt Cohler, VP of Strategy & Operations, Facebook
Aaron Earls, Co-Founder and VP of Business Development at New Media Strategies
Steve Pamon, Senior Vice President, Digital Distribution & Strategic Partnerships, Home Box Office (HB0)
- Click Here

XI. VIP Cocktail Reception - Tuesday, Oct. 30th, 5:30 PM -
Hosted by: ExtendMedia:
contact Joanna Richler at: jrichler@extend.com


XII. Wednesday, October 31st - Day Long Co-Located Conference
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XIII. Wednesday, October 31st - 10:00 AM - Noon
Parks Associates:
Digital Media Habits: Consumer Research Presentation and Lunch - -
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Express Links to Themed Track:
Digital Rights Management and Content Rights & Anti-Piracy
Tuesday, October 30th
2:15 PM – 3:30 PM
Session A:
DRM 101 – The DRM Primer: Rights Management
Wednesday, October 31st
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Track I:
Rightsholder Options: The Cross Platform Challenge
10:45 AM - Noon
Track I:
Piracy and Digital Rights Management
Track II:
Digital Music & its Transformation
10:45 AM - Noon
"Fair Use to Be or Not to Be"
12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
Track I:
DRM Implementation in Media and Entertainment
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Track I:
Digital Rights Management – How to Compete with "Free"
Thursday, November 1st
9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
Track III:
Intellectual Property - Rights vs. Implications
11:05 AM - 12:20 PM
Track I:
Next Generation P2P Music and Film
12:50 PM - 2:00 PM
Track I:
Music Industry Innovates and Morphs

Express Links to Themed Track:
Reinventing Advertising: Content, Commerce & Communications
Monday, October 29th
1:00 PM – 2:15 PM
Deconstructing Advertising
2:30 PM – 3:30 PM
Track I
:
Advertising and Monetizing
Track II:
Advertising NEXT: Social Networks
3:45 PM – 5:00 PM
Track II:
Metrics and Analytics around Video, Social Media
Tuesday, October 30th
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Track I:
Contextual Media & Advertising
12:30 PM – 1:45 PM
Track II:
Advertising Strategies in the Diversified Culture
2:15 PM – 3:30 PM
Track I:
The Future of Enhanced Advertising
3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
Track II:
Advertising and Technology
Session Workshop B:
Widgets as a Platform

Wednesday, October 31st
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Track II:
Branded Media Marketing
Track III:
Internet Video, Advertising & Marketing
12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
Track III:
Reinventing Advertising
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Track II:
Subscription, Download & Advertising Models
3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
Track II:
Broadband Advertising: The Power Surge
Thursday, November 1st
9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
Track IV:
Advertising in P2P, Search, Social Media
11:05 AM - 12:20 PM
Track II:
Advertising Innovation! Broadband
12:50 PM - 2:00 PM
Track III:
Personalized and Innovative Advertising and Content
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Track I:
Social Networks - The Future of Advertising
Track IV:
Contextual Media & Advertising Applications

Express Links to Themed Track:
Hollywood 2.0 – Platforms and Programming
Monday, October 29th
1:00 PM – 2:15 PM
Track I:
Mainstream Hollywood Meets the VC
2:30 PM – 3:30 PM
Track I
:
Advertising and Monetizing
3:45 PM – 5:00 PM
Track I:

The Exploding Appetite of Film, Cable, TV and Broadband Networks
Tuesday, October 30th
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Track III:
Television 2.0: Cable, Telco, Satellite, Broadband & Mobile
10:45 AM - Noon
Track I:
Hollywood and the Digital Consumer
12:30 PM – 1:45 PM
Track I:

Hollywood Reinvented!
2:15 PM – 3:30 PM
Track III:
Hollywood 2.0 - Content & Commerce
3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
Track I:

Broadband as a Strategic Entertainment Platform
Track III:
The Hollywood Producer

Wednesday, October 31st
10:45 AM - Noon
Track III:
Bridging TV and Broadband
12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
Track II:
Movies, TV & Video Programming to the Consumer
Track IV:
Bridging TV and Broadband Part II
3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
Track I:
Programming, Content & Advertising Innovation
Thursday, November 1st
9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
Track II:
The Broadband Video Tipping Point
11:05 AM - 12:20 PM
Track III:
All Video-All the Time
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Track II:
Video Aggregators


Express Links to Themed Track:
User Generated Media & Social Networks
Monday, October 29th
1:00 PM – 2:15 PM
Track III:

UGM, Social Networks and Traditional Media
2:30 PM – 3:30 PM
Track III:
UGM, Social Networks and Traditional Media
3:45 PM – 5:00 PM
Track III:
Personalized Media Platforms
Tuesday, October 30th
10:45 AM - Noon
Track IV:
Personalized Mobile Experience
12:30 PM – 1:45 PM
Track I:

Hollywood Reinvented!
3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
Track I:

Broadband as a Strategic Entertainment Platform
3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
Session B:
Widgets as a Platform: Content
Wednesday, October 31st
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Track III:
Internet Video, Advertising & Marketing
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Track IV:
Social Networks & User Generated Media
Thursday, November 1st
9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
Track II:
The Broadband Video Tipping Point
11:05 AM - 12:20 PM
Track II:
Advertising Innovation! Broadband
Track III:
All Video-All the Time
Track IV:
Widgets, Search, Information
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Track I:
Social Networks - The Future of Advertising
Track II:
Video Aggregators - Next Gen Broadband
Track III:
Personalized Video, Music & Gaming Experience
Track IV:
Contextual Media & Advertising Applications

Express Links to Themed Track:
Mobile TV & Video: The Establishment of a Platform: Content, Distribution & Commerce
Monday, October 29th
1:00 PM – 2:15 PM
Track IV:

The iPhone Paradigm
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Track IV:
Mobile TV & Video: The Establishment of a Personalized
3:45 PM – 5:00 PM
Track IV:
Personalized Mobile & Broadband
Tuesday, October 30th
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Track II:
The Rush to Mobile Video
Track IV:
Embracing the Connected Consumer
10:45 AM - Noon
Track II:
Mobile & Broadband Music
Track IV:
Personalized Mobile Experience
12:30 PM – 1:45 PM
Track IV:
Mobile Commerce and Content
2:15 PM – 3:30 PM
Track II:
Movies, TV and Video for Mobile
Thursday, November 1st
12:50 PM - 2:00 PM
Track III:
Personalized and Innovative Mobile
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Track III:
Personalized Video, Music & Gaming Experience






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If you wish to submit a speaker, you may follow the instructions on the Speaker Submission page click here. If you wish to make a session suggestion concerning one of the tracks below or submit a speaker now, please email (speakers@digitalhollywood.com) a speaker bio, a backgrounder on your company and include a 150 word description of the presentation that you would like to be considered for. Deadlines - there are no deadlines. We accept submissions year-round for our various events. If an event is filled, we compile wait-lists for all sessions.


Express Links to Themed Track:
Advertising 2.0 - Reinventing Advertising: Content, Commerce & Communications
Monday, October 29th
1:00 PM – 2:15 PM
Deconstructing Advertising
2:30 PM – 3:30 PM
Track I
:
Advertising and Monetizing
Track II:
Advertising NEXT: Social Networks
3:45 PM – 5:00 PM
Track II:
Metrics and Analytics around Video, Social Media
Tuesday, October 30th
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Track I:
Contextual Media & Advertising
12:30 PM – 1:45 PM
Track II:
Advertising Strategies in the Diversified Culture
2:15 PM – 3:30 PM
Track I:
The Future of Enhanced Advertising
3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
Track II:
Advertising and Technology
Session Workshop B:
Widgets as a Platform

Wednesday, October 31st
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Track II:
Branded Media Marketing
Track III:
Internet Video, Advertising & Marketing
12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
Track III:
Reinventing Advertising
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Track II:
Subscription, Download & Advertising Models
3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
Track II:
Broadband Advertising: The Power Surge
Thursday, November 1st
9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
Track IV:
Advertising in P2P, Search, Social Media
11:05 AM - 12:20 PM
Track II:
Advertising Innovation! Broadband
12:50 PM - 2:00 PM
Track III:
Personalized and Innovative Advertising and Content
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Track I:
Social Networks - The Future of Advertising
Track IV:
Contextual Media & Advertising Applications


Express Links to Themed Track:
Digital Rights Management and Content Rights & Anti-Piracy
Tuesday, October 30th
2:15 PM – 3:30 PM
Session A:
DRM 101 – The DRM Primer: Rights Management
Wednesday, October 31st
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Track I:
Rightsholder Options: The Cross Platform Challenge
10:45 AM - Noon
Track I:
Piracy and Digital Rights Management
Track II:
Digital Music & its Transformation
10:45 AM - Noon
"Fair Use to Be or Not to Be"
12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
Track I:
DRM Implementation in Media and Entertainment
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Track I:
Digital Rights Management – How to Compete with "Free"
Thursday, November 1st
9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
Track III:
Intellectual Property - Rights vs. Implications
11:05 AM - 12:20 PM
Track I:
Next Generation P2P Music and Film
12:50 PM - 2:00 PM
Track I:
Music Industry Innovates and Morphs


Express Links to Themed Track:
Hollywood 2.0 – Platforms and Programming
Monday, October 29th
1:00 PM – 2:15 PM
Track I:
Mainstream Hollywood Meets the VC
2:30 PM – 3:30 PM
Track I
:
Advertising and Monetizing
3:45 PM – 5:00 PM
Track I:

The Exploding Appetite of Film, Cable, TV and Broadband Networks
Tuesday, October 30th
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Track III:
Television 2.0: Cable, Telco, Satellite, Broadband & Mobile
10:45 AM - Noon
Track I:
Hollywood and the Digital Consumer
12:30 PM – 1:45 PM
Track I:

Hollywood Reinvented!
2:15 PM – 3:30 PM
Track III:
Hollywood 2.0 - Content & Commerce
3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
Track I:

Broadband as a Strategic Entertainment Platform
Track III:
The Hollywood Producer

Wednesday, October 31st
10:45 AM - Noon
Track III:
Bridging TV and Broadband
12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
Track II:
Movies, TV & Video Programming to the Consumer
Track IV:
Bridging TV and Broadband Part II
3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
Track I:
Programming, Content & Advertising Innovation
Thursday, November 1st
9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
Track II:
The Broadband Video Tipping Point
11:05 AM - 12:20 PM
Track III:
All Video-All the Time
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Track II:
Video Aggregators


Express Links to Themed Track:
User Generated Media & Social Networks
Monday, October 29th
1:00 PM – 2:15 PM
Track III:

UGM, Social Networks and Traditional Media
2:30 PM – 3:30 PM
Track III:
UGM, Social Networks and Traditional Media
3:45 PM – 5:00 PM
Track III:
Personalized Media Platforms
Tuesday, October 30th
10:45 AM - Noon
Track IV:
Personalized Mobile Experience
12:30 PM – 1:45 PM
Track I:

Hollywood Reinvented!
3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
Track I:

Broadband as a Strategic Entertainment Platform
3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
Session B:
Widgets as a Platform: Content
Wednesday, October 31st
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Track III:
Internet Video, Advertising & Marketing
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Track IV:
Social Networks & User Generated Media
Thursday, November 1st
9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
Track II:
The Broadband Video Tipping Point
11:05 AM - 12:20 PM
Track II:
Advertising Innovation! Broadband
Track III:
All Video-All the Time
Track IV:
Widgets, Search, Information
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Track I:
Social Networks - The Future of Advertising
Track II:
Video Aggregators - Next Gen Broadband
Track III:
Personalized Video, Music & Gaming Experience
Track IV:
Contextual Media & Advertising Applications

Express Links to Themed Track:
Mobile TV & Video: The Establishment of a Platform: Content, Distribution & Commerce
Monday, October 29th
1:00 PM – 2:15 PM
Track IV:

The iPhone Paradigm
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Track IV:
Mobile TV & Video: The Establishment of a Personalized
3:45 PM – 5:00 PM
Track IV:
Personalized Mobile & Broadband
Tuesday, October 30th
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Track II:
The Rush to Mobile Video
Track IV:
Embracing the Connected Consumer
10:45 AM - Noon
Track II:
Mobile & Broadband Music
Track IV:
Personalized Mobile Experience
12:30 PM – 1:45 PM
Track IV:
Mobile Commerce and Content
2:15 PM – 3:30 PM
Track II:
Movies, TV and Video for Mobile
Thursday, November 1st
12:50 PM - 2:00 PM
Track III:
Personalized and Innovative Mobile
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Track III:
Personalized Video, Music & Gaming Experience

Express Links to Themed Track:
OnDemand Content & Technology
Tuesday, October 30th
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM

Track III:
Television 2.0: Cable, Telco
Track IV:
Embracing the Connected Consumer
10:45 AM - Noon
Track I:
Hollywood and the Digital Consumer
Track III:
Ubiquitous Video to the Consumer
12:30 PM – 1:45 PM
Track I:

Hollywood Reinvented!

Track III:
Unlimited Choice TV

2:15 PM – 3:30 PM
Track III:
Hollywood 2.0 - Content & Commerce
Track IV:
Publishing 2.0: Re-Imagining
3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
Track I:

Broadband as a Strategic Entertainment Platform

Track II:
Advertising and Technology
Track III:
The Hollywood Producer

Track IV:
The Connected TV and Set-top
Wednesday, October 31st
10:45 AM - Noon
Track II:
Digital Music & its Transformation
Track III:
Bridging TV and Broadband, Part I
12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
Track II:
Movies, TV & Video Programming
Track IV:
Bridging TV and Broadband
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Track II:
Subscription, Download & Advertising Models
3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
Track I:
Programming, Content & Advertising Innovation
Thursday, November 1st
9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
Track II:
The Broadband Video Tipping Point
11:05 AM - 12:20 PM
Track III:
All Video-All the Time

12:50 PM - 2:00 PM
Track IV:
Personalized Video and Broadband Media
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Track II:
Video Aggregators

Express Links to Themed Track:
Digital Rights Management and Content Rights & Anti-Piracy
Tuesday, October 30th
2:15 PM – 3:30 PM
Session A:
DRM 101 – The DRM Primer: Rights Management
Wednesday, October 31st
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Track I:
Rightsholder Options: The Cross Platform Challenge
10:45 AM - Noon
Track I:
Piracy and Digital Rights Management
Track II:
Digital Music & its Transformation
10:45 AM - Noon
"Fair Use to Be or Not to Be"
12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
Track I:
DRM Implementation in Media and Entertainment
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Track I:
Digital Rights Management – How to Compete with "Free"
Thursday, November 1st
9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
Track III:
Intellectual Property - Rights vs. Implications
11:05 AM - 12:20 PM
Track I:
Next Generation P2P Music and Film
12:50 PM - 2:00 PM
Track I:
Music Industry Innovates and Morphs


Express Links to Themed Track:
Reinventing Advertising: Content, Commerce & Communications
Monday, October 29th
1:00 PM – 2:15 PM
Deconstructing Advertising
2:30 PM – 3:30 PM
Track I
:
Advertising and Monetizing
Track II:
Advertising NEXT: Social Networks
3:45 PM – 5:00 PM
Track II:
Metrics and Analytics around Video, Social Media
Tuesday, October 30th
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Track I:
Contextual Media & Advertising
12:30 PM – 1:45 PM
Track II:
Advertising Strategies in the Diversified Culture
2:15 PM – 3:30 PM
Track I:
The Future of Enhanced Advertising
3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
Track II:
Advertising and Technology
Session Workshop B:
Widgets as a Platform

Wednesday, October 31st
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Track II:
Branded Media Marketing
Track III:
Internet Video, Advertising & Marketing
12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
Track III:
Reinventing Advertising
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Track II:
Subscription, Download & Advertising Models
3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
Track II:
Broadband Advertising: The Power Surge
Thursday, November 1st
9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
Track IV:
Advertising in P2P, Search, Social Media
11:05 AM - 12:20 PM
Track II:
Advertising Innovation! Broadband
12:50 PM - 2:00 PM
Track III:
Personalized and Innovative Advertising and Content
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Track I:
Social Networks - The Future of Advertising
Track IV:
Contextual Media & Advertising Applications


Express Links to Themed Track:
User Generated Media & Social Networks
Monday, October 29th
1:00 PM – 2:15 PM
Track III:

UGM, Social Networks and Traditional Media
2:30 PM – 3:30 PM
Track III:
UGM, Social Networks and Traditional Media
3:45 PM – 5:00 PM
Track III:
Personalized Media Platforms
Tuesday, October 30th
10:45 AM - Noon
Track IV:
Personalized Mobile Experience
12:30 PM – 1:45 PM
Track I:

Hollywood Reinvented!
3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
Track I:

Broadband as a Strategic Entertainment Platform
3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
Session B:
Widgets as a Platform: Content
Wednesday, October 31st
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Track III:
Internet Video, Advertising & Marketing
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Track IV:
Social Networks & User Generated Media
Thursday, November 1st
9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
Track II:
The Broadband Video Tipping Point
11:05 AM - 12:20 PM
Track II:
Advertising Innovation! Broadband
Track III:
All Video-All the Time
Track IV:
Widgets, Search, Information
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Track I:
Social Networks - The Future of Advertising
Track II:
Video Aggregators - Next Gen Broadband
Track III:
Personalized Video, Music & Gaming Experience
Track IV:
Contextual Media & Advertising Applications