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Digital Hollywood Spring
Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel
Santa Monica, California

March 27-30, 2006


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Digital Hollywood Spring has over 70 different sessions and over 450 speakers during the the four days. Attendees are free to move from conference room to conference room during the day. There are four or five sessions being held at all times. You can scroll through the information on this site by either clicking on the individual Agenda Day Pages (just above this paragraph) or by clicking on the Subject Tracks (listed below). If you scoll down this (very long) page, you will find an hour by hour listing of all events over the four days.


Digital Hollywood Spring
Special Events, Consortium Dinners, Awards & Workshops
I.
Launch at Digital Hollywood - Click Here
II. OnDemand Content & Technology Consortium: Cable, Mobile, Broadband, Telco & Satellite
III. Mobile Film, TV and Video Content Development Track Info and Consortium at Digital Hollywood
IV. Digital Home Track & Hollywood and the Digital Consumer: Music, Movies, TV, News & Sports - Consortium at Digital Hollywood
V. Digital Music Consortium at Digital Hollywood: Mobile, Broadband, PODs & TV
VI. Reinventing & Branded Advertising Track and Reinventing Advertising: VOD, PVR, Broadband, Games, PODs & Mobile Consortium at Digital Hollywood
VII. DVD Association Consortium at DigitalHollywood
VIII. DRM, Content Rights & Piracy Consortium at Digital Hollywood Dinner
IX. Casual, Multiplayer & Broadband Games Consortium Advisory Committee
X. The University Project at Digital Hollywood
XI. Venture, Private Equity and M&A Consortium at Digital Hollywood
XII. Digital Realism Consortium at Digital Hollywood (Advisory Committee in formation) – Defining the Future of Visual Creativity
XIII. Chips, Microprocessors & Optical Technology Consortium at Digital Hollywood (Advisory Committee in formation)

Special Pre-Event Day Special Conference
Open to All Conference Registrants
Mobile Film, TV, Music & Games - Content & Technology
Monday, March 27
1:00 PM – 2:15 PM
Session A:
Mobile as the Dominant Video & Broadband Experience – Building a Network and Interface for Entertainment and Communications
Bruce Gersh, Senior Vice President Business Development, ABC Entertainment Group
Jeremiah Zinn, Senior Director, Wireless Product Development, MTV Networks
Mark Bercow, SVP Business Development, Palm, Inc.
Michael Boyd, Senior Director of Programming, QUALCOMM MediaFLO
Dr. Phillip Alvelda, Chairman & CEO, Co-Founder, MobiTV
Tom Parrish, Senior Vice President, Business Development and Content, Mobliss
Ken Rutkowski, founder, KenRadio Broadcasting, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Session B - Hosted by MEF Mobile Entertainment Forum
Content Creators: Taking your Trade Mobile
Robert Tercek, co-founder, MultiMedia Networks LLC
Lauren Cole, President, Cole Media
Stephen Davis, President, Mobile Media, Infospace, Inc.
Simon Buckingham, CEO, Mobile Streams
Frank Chindamo, President and Chief Creative Officer, Fun Little Movies
Bryan Biniak, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Mobile division of American Greetings Interactive (AG Interactive), Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

2:35 PM – 3:45 PM
Session A:
Mobile Music – Business Models – Downloads, Subscriptions & Ringtunes
Richard Conlon, Vice President, Marketing and Business Development, Media Licensing, BMI
KamranV, Artist Manager, CyKiK

Ted Cohen, Senior Vice President, D3 – Digital Development & Distribution, EMI Music
Adrian McAloon, Senior Director of Content and Licensing, WiderThan
Nicolas Pelletier, Chief Executive Officer, Musiwave
Bill Valenti, CEO, Melodeo
Scott Campbell, US Media & Communications Industry Advisor, British Consulate-General, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Session B:
Mobile Film & TV – Technology & Platforms that Make the System Go
Gary Deutsch, General Manager, Mobile Applications, Bell Labs
Larry Smith, Chief Operating Officer, ARCHOS
Paul Werp, Mobile Connectivity Solutions Business Director, Wireless Terminals Business Unit, Semiconductor Group, Texas Instruments
Dan Monahan, Global Infotainment Segment Manager, Mobility Products Group, Intel, Inc
Boris Fridman, CEO, Crisp Wireless
Ahmad Ouri, President, Chief Technology Officer, Thomson Services Division
Peg Jackson, Managing Director, NeoCarta Ventures, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

4:10 PM – 5:15 PM
Session A:
Mobile TV & Film – Programming & Creativity for a Transforming Medium
Jordan Levin, Founding Partner, Generate
Rich Cusick, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Digital Media, TV Guide
Bill McLean, Mobile Products, E! Networks
Mike Bailey, Senior Director, Programming, MediaFLO USA, Inc.
John Smelzer, Senior Vice President of Business Development, Fox Interactive Media
Brent Weinstein, Games & Interactive Dept, United Talent Agency, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Session B:
Mobile Video: Ready for Primetime
Cassandra Cummings, Windows Digital Media Music & Filmed Entertainment Marketing, Microsoft
Chris Anderson, Product Manager, IGN, Direct to Drive
Gregory Berkin,
co-founder, Think Mobile
Heidi Lehmann,
Vice President, Content Acquisition and Strategy, Third Screen Media
Scott Stemmerman, Product Marketing Marketing Manager, Entertainment, Sprint/Nextel
Daniel Harris, CEO MediaPass® Network, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

5:15 PM End-of-Day Reception

6:45 PM - The Consortium Dinner
Mobile Film & TV Consortium Dinner -
(for members only)
Hosted by MediaFlo, A Qualcomm Company


Digital Hollywood Spring
The Agenda
Tuesday, March 28
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Track I:
Television 2.0: OnDemand, PRV, DRV, Cable, Telco, Satellite & Broadband Redefine the Future of Entertainment and Communications
Albie Hecht, founder & CEO, Worldwide Biggies Inc.
Tara Maitra, Vice President, General Manager, Content Services, TiVo Inc.
James Glasscock,Vice President, Video-on-Demand, Playboy Entertainment Group
Paul Colichman, Chief Executive Officer & co-founder, here! Networks
Anne L. Coulombe, Director, Middleware and Games, SeaChange International
Alex Ben Block, Author and Entertainment Industry Journalist, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track II:
Embracing the Connected Consumer - Entertainment, Content and Technology - From the Digital Home to the Mobile and Wi-Fi Universe
Claudia Ceniceros, Senior Director, Media and Content Strategy, Cisco Systems, Inc.
Scott Smyers, Chairman, DLNA Board of Directors, Vice President, Network and Systems Architecture Division, Platform Technology Center of America, Sony Electronics
Barry James Folsom, Corporate Vice President and General Manager, Connected Home Solutions, Motorola
Udo Eberlein, founder and President, Nero, Inc.
Scott Crowder, Chief Operating Officer, Entriq
Ron Vaisbort, Media & Entertainment, Alliances Manager, Intel Corporation
Dan Rosenthal, Principal, Mayfield Partners
, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
Mobile Commerce and Content - The Mobile Web, Off Deck Content, Mobile Search and MVNO Options
Neil Edwards, General Manager, dot mobi
Peter Bernard, Group Manager, Mobile and Embedded Devices Division, Microsoft
Eric Harber, VP of Corporate and Business Development, Qpass
Roger Cameron Wood, Executive Producer, Shu Entertainment
Michael Grossi, Vice President, Business Development, HELIO, Inc.
Clarke Keough, Managing Director, Oris Capital
Tony Kern, Deputy Managing Partner, Technology, Media & Telecommunications and Americas Managing Partner, Media & Entertainment, Deloitte & Touche LLP, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV:
Urban Media: Broadband, IPTV, Mobile & TV Content & Technology
Leonard Washington, founder & President, Paramount Digital Entertainment (PDE)
Gordon Bellamy, executive consultant, MTV Networks
Kimberly King-Burns, President & COO, Greenbridge Media Holdings Inc.
Jaymes Hines, founder & Executive Producer, NDY Media Group, Inc.
Brandon Schultz, President, ImajiMation, Inc.
Marilyn Beaubien, Chief Financial Officer
Gener8Xion Entertainment
Terrence Coles, EVP, Next Medium, Inc., Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

10:45 AM - Noon
Track I:
Traditional Media and New Media M&A Convergence - The Broadband Effect
Michael Montgomery, President & Head of Media Banking, Montgomery & Co.
Allen Z. Sussman, Partner, Morrison & Foerster LLP
Keith Bencher, Vice President, Strategy & Development, CNET Games & Entertainment
Peter Levin, President, Bellrock Media / Co-owner, Chicago Rush / Partner, Palisades Baseball
Sun Jen Yung, Managing Director, TD Securities, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track II:
Hollywood and the Digital Consumer: How Technology, Content and Services Establish the Next Level of Consumer Entertainment Experience
Erik Flannigan, Vice President, Programming, AOL
Ty Ahmad-Taylor, Senior Director, Interactive Products, Comcast Cable
Shawn Gold, Vice President Marketing & Content, MySpace.com
Rob Bennett, General Manager, MSN Entertainment and Video, Microsoft Corp.
John Penney, Vice President, Business Development, HBO, Inc.
John Zelenka, Senior Manager, Business Development, Tribune Media Services
Ira Rubenstein, Senior Vice President, Digital Sales and Marketing, Sony Pictures, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
Mobile Video & Music Make-Over – As Mobile and Entertainment Industry Merge – TV, Music and Movies
Rio Caraeff, Vice President & General Manager, Universal Music Mobile US
Lauren de la Fuente, Vice President, Strategic Programming & Media Alliances, G4 VideoGame TV
David Britts, General Partner, ComVentures
Ian Blaine, CEO, The Platform
Gary Yentin, Vice President, Business Development, Ki-Bi Mobile Technologies Limited
James Finn, Head of Business Development, Content and Applications, Ericsson Mobility World NA
Ralph Simon, Chairman, Mobile Entertainment Forum – Americas & President/CEO, The Mobilium Group, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV:
Video Bling! Audio Bling - The Evolving Bling Bling Phenomenon: From Audio and Video Ringtones, Ringtunes, Advertainment to Games & Custom Branded Experience
Cindy Mesaros,
Vice President, Marketing, Moderati
Mitch Rotter, Director, Content Licensing & Acquisition, Infospace Mobile
Scott M. Jensen, Vice President, Head of Licensing & Brand Partnerships, MFORMA Group, Inc.
Michael Pinto, President, CEO, mobZilla
Anthony Stonefield, CEO, USA Wireless
Tim Shey, Shey Media, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

12:30 PM – 1:45 PM
Track I:
OnDemand Television – All-Access All the Time – From the Basic DTV Package, the Premium Package to the VOD, Broadband and PVR Enabled Viewer
Dmitri Ponomarev, Vice President, OnDemand, TV Guide Networks
Tim Hanlon, Senior Vice President, Ventures, Denuo - A Publicis Groupe Company
Steve Canepa, IBM, Vice President, IBM Global Media & Entertainment Industry
Will Griffin, CEO, DoD
Shahid Khan, Partner, Interactive Broadband Consulting, LLC, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track II:
Game Power - Entertainment as Franchise - Crossover into Music, TV, Cable, Movie, Mobile, Advertainment & Custom Branded Experience
Salli Frattini, Senior Vice President/Executive in Charge of Production, MTV: MUSIC TELEVISION
Don L. Daglow, President and CEO, Stormfront Studios
Nicholas Longano, President - New Media, Massive Incorporated
David Getson, CEO, g-NET Media
Jon Goldman, CEO, Foundation 9 Entertainment
Jeff Green, Editor-in-Chief, Computer Gaming World, , Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
Mobile Music: New Platforms + New Technology + More Music + Dynamic Marketplace
Jay Samit, General Manager, Sony Connect
Peter Baron, Vice President of Label Relations, MTV and MTV2
Mike Brochu, CEO, Loudeye
Chad Hodge, Microsoft Windows Marketing, Consumer Electronics and Media & Entertainment, Microsoft
Ken Hertz,
Senior Partner, Goldring Hertz & Lichtenstein LLP
Adam Sexton, Vice President of Marketing and Product Management, Groove Mobile
Paul Resnikoff, Editor, founder, digitalmusicnews.com, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV:
IPTV Emergence – The Broadband, Telco, Cable, Studio Content & Technology Strategy
Tom Flanagan, Executive Director, Broadband Strategy, Texas Instruments
Dan York, Executive Vice President, Programming,AT&T Project Lightspeed
Todd Waters, Director, Business Development, IP Subscriber Networks, Scientific Atlanta, A Cisco Company
Daren Gill, VP, Business Development, ChoiceStream
Mark Turner, Head of the Western region, BT Media & Broadcast
Frank Nein, Industry & Technology Analyst/Consultant, Verizon (ANJ) Video/Broadcast Portal
Derek Kuhn, P.Eng., Senior Director Marketing and Business Development Media and Entertainment, Alcatel Strategic Solutions & Chairman - Broadband Service Forum, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
University Project Workshop Workshop

Developing the Next Generation of Entertainment, Media & Technology Thinkers and Visionaries – Science vs. Commerce vs. Theory
Joaquín Alvarado, Director, Institute for Next Generation Internet
San Francisco State University
Tracy Fullerton, Interactive Media Division, USC Cinema-TV
Carol Wilder, Associate Dean & Chair, Media Studies & Film, The New School
Anna Marie Piersimoni, Director, Internet Communications, Director, Media & Technology, American Film Institute
Stuart Volkow, Contributing Editor, CMS Newsline
Bernard J. Luskin, Director, EVP Media Studies, Fielding Graduate University, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
"Launch at Digital Hollywood"
Hosted by:
Hassan Miah, Managing Director, Oris Capital
Jay MacDonald, Partner, Digital Media & Technology, DeSilva & Phillips LLC
Twelve companies have been selected to present company products and business plans. The selected companies and members of the
Venture, Private Equity and M&A Consortium will hold an evening dinner to celebrate the day's events.
The Companies:
I. Searchformedia
II. NeoEdge Networks
III. Click TV
IV. Phonebites, Inc.
V. BurnLounge
VI. ROO
VII. Studio Pipelines
VIII. FrameFree Technologies, Inc.
IX. P2P Cash
X. Buzznet
XI.
Double Fusion
XII. Impact Mobile
Click Here for "Consortium Members" and "Launch" Company Descriptions


2:15 PM – 3:30 PM
Track I:
The Future of Enhanced Advertising: Addressing Brands, Message, Technology, Media and Entertainment
Chris Di Cesare, Director of Entertainment Marketing, Microsoft
Larry Tanz, CEO, LivePlanet
Joey Carson, CEO, Bunim/Murray Production
Tom Meyer, President of Davie-Brown Entertainment (DBE)
Robert Riesenberg, president & CEO, Full Circle Entertainment
David L. Kang, Media and Entertainment Consultant
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
Paul Scanlan, co-founder & COO, MobiTV
Bill Sanders, Vice President, Programming, Sony Pictures Digital Sales and Marketing
Daniel Tibbets, Executive Vice President, GoTV Labs, GoTV Networks
Louis K. Gump, Vice President, Mobile, The Weather Channel Interactive
Bill Stratton, Vice President, Business Development, Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.
John Najarian, Senior Vice President, New Media, E! Entertainment
Chris Marlowe, Editorial Director, Digital Media, The Hollywood Reporter, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
Web 2.0: How Next Generation Personalized Media - Programmable Web, Podcasting & Blogging - is Transforming and Disassembling the World of Traditional Media, Communications & Advertising
Jason McCabe Calacanis, CEO, Weblogs, Inc. an AOL Company, Senior Vice President, AOL
Phil Holden, Director:Windows Live, Microsoft
John D. Canning, Yahoo Media Group
Brad Greenspan, founder and former CEO, Intermix Media, (underwriter of MySpace.com)
Sarah Bernard, General Manager, The Huffington Post
Kevin Cohen, Senior Vice President, Strategic Planning, Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.
Molly Wood, Section Editor, CNET.com, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV:
Mobile Games: In-Game Advertising & the Custom Branded Experience
Minard Hamilton, Executive Vice President of Sales and Brand Partnership, JAMDAT Mobile Inc.
Jonathan Epstein, United Talent Agency
Julian Corbett, Vice President of Business Development and Brand Partnerships, In-Fusio
Steven Hoffman, North American Studio Head - Games & Mobile Entertainment, Infospace, Inc.
Yme Bosma, Business Manager Eccky, Media Republic (Amsterdam, the Netherlands)
David Bloom, Principal, Words & Deeds, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

3:30 PM – 5: 00 PM
The University Project Workshop

Envisioning the Future of Digital Entertainment – As a Student Curriculum, as a Cultural Prototype and as a Digital Lifestyle
Tim Langdell, Information Technology Program, USC - langdell@usc.edu
Kevin Roebuck, Manager, Libraries and e-Learning, Sun Microsystems
Philip Cruver, President/CEO, Kidz Online
Dave Bossert, Creative Director, Disney Animation Special Projects
Rajit Gadh, Director, UCLA's Wireless Internet for the Mobile Enterprise Consortium
Jenny Fulle, Executive Vice President of Production and Executive Producer, Sony Pictures Imageworks
Todd Richmond, Managing Director, Annenberg School for Communication, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
Track I:
Advertising Strategies in the Diversified Digital Culture: Broadcast, Cable, Satellite, Broadband, Games and Mobile

David Ernst,
Executive Vice President, Director, Futures & Technologies, Initiative Worldwide
Barry Frey, SVP, Cablevision Advanced Platforms
Todd Herman, Director, Advertising & Business Strategy, MSN Video / TV / Movies / Radio, Microsoft Corporation
Walter Schild, Founder & CEO, Genex
Lee Hancock, Chief Executive Officer and founder, go2
Gigi Johnson, Principal, Maremel Partners; Lecturer, Entertainment and Media Management Institute, UCLA Anderson School of Management, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track II:
Strategies in Wireless Devices and Services - from Audio & Video to Downloads: How Innovation Drives Avenues for Subscriber and Revenue Expansion
Dave Ulmer, Senior Director of Marketing, Digital Media Services, Motorola
John Forslund, Group Manager, Branded Content, Forum Nokia Americas
Avner Goren, Worldwide Director, Cellular Systems Marketing, Wireless Terminals Business Unit, Semiconductor Group, Texas Instruments
Matthew Feldman, President and CEO, Versaly Entertainment
JH Kah, VP, Global Business, SK Telecom
Luis Ubinas, Director, West Coast Media Practice, McKinsey & Co, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III.
Search as Gateway to the Video and E-Commerce - The Integrated Consumer Experience of Choice, Quality and Global Integration
Brian Lent, CEO, Medio Systems
Perry Solomon, Senior Director, Media Business Development, FAST Search & Transfer
Don Kosak, Chief Technology Officer, Lycos
Steven Marder, CEO, Eurekster
Suranga Chandratillake, co-founder, blinkx
Ethan Fassett, Product Manager, Multimedia Search, Yahoo! Inc.
Brian Glicklich, Vice President Interactive Services, Premiere Radio Networks, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV: Presented by DVD Association
Next Generation DVD - Part I – Market Makers SuperSession

T.K. Arnold, Contributor, USA Today & The Hollywood Reporter; Editorial Director, Home Media Retailing, Moderator
Steve Nickerson, Senior VP, Warner Home Entertainment
Andy Parsons, Senior VP, Pioneer Electronics; Blu-ray Disc Association
John Town, Senior Vice President, Worldwide Research and Development, Technicolor
Mark Waring, Director, Sanyo Technology Center USA; HD DVD Group
Bruce Apar, Editor-in-Chief, DVDJ.INFO; DVDA Board Member, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

5:00 PM – Open to all Attendees
Poolside Reception at the Loews

Hosted by: mTLD, dot mobi



6:45 PM – The Consortium Dinners
I. Hollywood and the Digital Consumer Consortium: Music, Movies, TV, News & Sports - Consortium at Digital Hollywood
Dinner Hosted by MSN Entertainment, Video Services, Microsoft



II. OnDemand Content & Technologies Consortium: Cable, Mobile, Broadband, Telco & Satellite
Dinner Co-Hosted by Entriq and Seachange International


III. Digital Music Consortium at Digital Hollywood: Mobile, Broadband, PODs & TV
Dinner Hosted by: Motorola


IV. University Project Dinner
Hosted by Sun Microsystems


V. Venture and Private Equity Consortium at Digital Hollywood

Wednesday, March 29
Digital Hollywood Seminars
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Track I:
Rightsholder Options: Evaluating Rights & Licensing in an Exploding Cross Platform Distribution Universe
Jeff Treuhaft, Vice President, Digital Content Services, VeriSign
Jason Johnson, Director of Licensing and Business Development, Via Licensing
Richard LeVine, Senior Manager, Global Architecture and Core Technologies, Accenture
Christopher Amenita, Senior Vice President, Enterprises Group, ASCAP
Ian C. Ballon, Shareholder, Greenberg Traurig LLP
Neil Edwards, General Manager, dot mobi
Fred Davis, Founder, Davis, Shapiro, Lewit, Montone & Hayes, 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
Neil McGinness, Vice President, National Lampoon
Maria Thomas, Vice President and General Manager, NPR Digital Media
J.D. Heilprin, Executive Vice President, Network LIVE
Jason Brown, Executive Vice President, National Advertising Sales, Screenvision
Stephen Smyth, Vice President, Mobile and Emerging Media, Reuters
Chris Petrovic, VP, Business Development, Playboy Entertainment Group
Mike Ripka, Vice President, Futures Group, Millward Brown, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
The DVR and VOD as a Disruptive Market Force: How Consumer Adaptation of Technology Determines the Future of Advertising and Programming
Davina Kent, Vice President, National Advertising Sales and Research, TiVo
Denny Wilkinson, CEO, BlackArrow
Kenneth Papagan, Executive Vice President, Business Development & Strategic Planning Rentrak Corporation
Mike Vorhaus, Managing Director, Frank N. Magid Associates, Inc.
Shelly Palmer, Managing Partner, Advanced Media Ventures Group LLC
Louisa Shipnuck, Global Media and Entertainment Industry Leader, IBM Institute for Business Value (IBV)
Ben Mendelson, founder & President, Interactive Television Alliance, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV:
The Telco Advantage and the IPTV Digital Home: Gateway to Services - VOIP, Wireless Music, Broadband and Set-top
Jay Fausch, Senior Director of Strategic Marketing, Fixed Communications Group, Alcatel
J.D. Zeeman, Director, Digital Media, Global Communications Sector Services, IBM
Peter Percosan, Executive Director Broadband Strategy, Broadband Communications Group. Texas Instruments
Dr. Eduardo Pérez, V.P., Marketing, Media Excel, Inc.
Amy Friedlander, Senior Vice President, Programming, AT&T Operations
Daniel Harris, CEO MediaPass® Network
Martijn Lopes Cardozo, Executive Vice President Distribution and Partnerships, GoldPocket
Michelle Abraham, Principal Analyst, In-Stat, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
The DVD Association Workshops - Part II
Next Generation DVD - Content Makers
Bruce Nazarian, CEO, Digital Media Consulting Group, Inc. & DVDA Board Member, Moderator
Kevin Collins, Senior Program Manager, Microsoft
Steve Venezia, Manager of DVD and DTV Broadcast Support, Dolby Labs
Joseph McCrossan, Panasonic Hollywood Laboratory
Jim Taylor, Founder/Chairman, DVDA; Chief of DVD Technology, Sonic Solutions, Moderator
Morgan Holly, Vice President, Digital Services, Ascent Media Management Services
James M. Burger, Esq., Dow, Lohnes & Albertson; DVDA Board Member
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

10:30 AM - Noon
University Project Workshop

Research, Development and Investment in Entertainment Technologies and Media Studies Innovation: From the University to Industry Application
Bruce Lincoln, founder/ Chief Design Scientist, Urban Cyberspace Company, former, Senior Educational Technologist, Teachers College, Columbia University
Peter S. Fader, Frances and Pei-Yuan Chia Professor; Professor of Marketing, The Wharton School of the University of the University of Pennsylvania
Mary C. Schaffer, Assistant Professor, Multimedia, Cinema and Television Arts, California State University, Northridge
Julian Bleecker, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Interactive Media Division, School of Cinema-TV, University of Southern California
Kenn Heller, UCLA Associate Director, Center for Student Programming
Kathy Smith, USC Chair, Division of Animation, Digital Arts
Newton Lee, Editor-in-Chief, ACM Computers in Entertainment, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

10:45 AM - Noon
Track I:
Piracy and Digital Rights Management: Legal, Legislative and Social Issues Surrounding DRM Implementation
Phil Lelyveld, Vice President, Digital Industry Relations for The Walt Disney Company’s New Technology and New Media Group,
Jeff Joseph, Vice President, Communications and Strategic Relationships,
CEA Consumer Electronics Association
Henry Juszkiewicz, Chairman and CEO, Gibson Guitar Corp.
Fritz E. Attaway, Executive Vice President and Washington General Counsel, Motion Picture Association of America, Inc
Jamie Perlman, Business Development, SNOCAP, Inc.
Larry Kivett, Senior Manager, Technology, Media & Telecommunications Regulatory Consulting, Deloitte & Touche LLP
Shelly Palmer, Managing Partner, Advanced Media Ventures Group LLC, 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
David Ulmer, Senior Director of Marketing, Digital Media Services, Motorola
Srivats Sampath, President & CEO, MERCORA
Drew Denbo, Director of Business Development, Music, RealNetworks, Inc.
John Loscalzo, Vice President, MTV Multi Platform Music Programming Initiatives, MTV Networks
John Rosso, Senior Vice President, Affiliate Relations and Business Administration, ABC Radio Networks
Karin Gilford, Director, On-Demand Services, Yahoo! Music
Ted Cohen, Senior Vice President, D3 – Digital Development & Distribution, EMI Music, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
Bridging TV and Broadband: Strategic Relationships - Advertising, Technology & Content
John Harran, Director Business Development, Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.
Byron Elton, Vice President, AOL Media Networks, America Online
Rob Glidden, Industry Manager, Broadband Media, Sun Microsystems, Inc
Trevor Kaufman, CEO, Schematic
Craig Peters, Vice President, Business Development, Fox Interactive Media
Oren Katzeff, Director, Business Development, Yahoo!
Todd Tarpley, President, Tarpley Media, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV:
The Networked Entertainment Home - the PVR/DVR – the Set-Top & PC Entertainment Server
William O. Leszinske, Jr., General Manager, Networked Media Platform Group, Intel Corporation
Mitchell J. Weinraub, Senior Director, New Media Initiatives and Implementation, Comcast
David Novak, Executive Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Video Without Boundaries, Inc.
Steve Francis, CEO, Avtrex
Dave Clark, Director, Product Strategy & Management, Home Entertainment Products, Scientific-Atlanta
Stacy Cook, CEO, BroadQ
Rick Doherty, co-founder and Director, The Envisioneering Group, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

12:10 PM - 1:45 PM
Special Luncheon Session
(first come first served)
Hosted by:

Movies, OnDemand Content and Broadband - Via the PC - Via the Set-Top: Technology & Content
Curt Marvis, CEO, CinemaNow
Don Dulchinos, Vice President, Advanced Platforms and Services, CableLabs®,
Sean Besser, Director, Business Development , Movielink
Scott Roesch, Vice President & General Manager, AtomFilms
Jeff Shultz, CEO, CONCERT
Carl Crabill, Vice President of Sales & Marketing, MovieBeam
Rex Wong, CEO, DAVE.TV
Lisa Crane Greer, CEO, Media Venture Advisors, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
DVDA Excellence Awards Luncheon
Presented by the DVD Association


12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
Track I:
DRM Implementation in Media and Entertainment: From Standardization to Implementation of New Technology Strategies
Albhy Galuten, Vice President, Digital Media Technology Strategy, Sony Corporation of America
Raj Samtani, Director of Sales & Marketing, ContentGuard
Keith Kocho, President and CEO, ExtendMedia
Jian Zhao,
CTO, Content Security Solutions, Thomson
Jonathan Lee, Vice President of Business Development, MediaDefender, Inc.
David E. Leibowitz, Managing Partner, CH Potomac, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
Rethinking Advertising: VOD, DVR, Broadband & Mobile - New Video Platforms, New Video Paradigms
Larry Gerbrandt, SVP/Senior Corporate Analyst, Nielsen Analytics
Chris Pizzurro, Vice President of Multimedia Marketing, Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.
Mitch Oscar, Executive Vice President, Carat Digital
Braxton Jarratt, Senior Vice President, Marketing and Business Development, TANDBERG Television
Terry S. Bienstock, Bienstock Consulting, LLC, former EVP & General Counsel, Comcast Cable, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV:
TV & Interactivity: Evolving Content & Business Models: Content, Commerce and Branded Entertainment
Cindy Johanson, Senior Vice President, PBS Interactive and Education
Paul Condolora, Vice President and General Manager, Cartoon Network New Media, Turner Broadcasting
Jim Turner, Vice President, Interactive, A&E Television Networks
Stephanie Quay, Manager, Industry Relations, TV.com, CNET Networks Inc.
Jonathan Rintels, Executive Director, Center for Creative Voices in Media
Jeff Binder, President, Broadbus Technologies, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
The University Project Workshops

Inventing Next Generation Communications - Interdisciplinary Collaboration – Computer Science, Engineering, Design & Personal & Social Communication
Jeremy Bailenson, Assistant Professor, Department of Communication, Stanford University
David Traub, VP Business Development, Vidiva
Jeff Burke, Executive Director, UCLA Center for Research in Engineering, Media and Performance
Kevin Almeroth, Associate Director, Center for Information Technology and Society, UC Santa Barbara
Stuart Sim, Senior Architect, e-Learning and Collaboration, Sun Microsystems
Dr. Richard Weinberg, Research Assoc Professor, School of Cinema Television, USC
Charles G. Hollins, software developer, MySpace.com; Instructor, UCLA Extension, Entertainment Studies and Performing Arts
Marty Perlmutter, Exec Pro, META-4, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

2:00 PM -3:30 PM
Presented by DVD Association
DVDA Excellence Awards Winners Circle
Panel of 2006 DVDA-winning producers discuss the creative process and secrets of their success.
Jeff Norton, Founder, Lean Forward Media
Randy Hudson, CEO, Broadness LLC; Co-founder, DVDA
Doug Textor, CEO, The Cannery
Bernie Mitchell, President, DVDA, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Track I:
DRM Interoperability Challenge - Consumer Satisfaction - Consumer Confusion
Talal G. Shamoon, Chief Executive Officer, Intertrust
Scott Smyers, Vice President, Network and Systems Architecture Division, Platform Technology Center of America, Sony Electronics
Brian Lakamp, Senior Vice President, Technology, Sony Pictures’ Digital Policy Group,
Arnaud Robert, Director, Media Security, The Walt Disney Company
Jim Burger, Member, Dow Lohnes & Albertson
Martha Nalebuff, Director, Intellectual Property Guidance, Microsoft Corp, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track II:
Subscription, Download & Advertising Models in Broadband: Music, Film, TV. Games and News & Information Content Distribution
David Payne, Senior Vice President, General Manager, CNN.com
Josh Goldman, Chief Executive Officer, Akimbo
Ron Frankel, Chief Executive Officer, Synacor
Sue Cross, Vice President, AP's Online Services, Associated Press
Brad Singer, Executive Vice President, Products and Markets, PaymentOne
Walt Disney Internet Group, tba
Marcia Zellers, Director, AFI Digital Content Lab, American Film Institute, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
Venture Funding and Leadership in the Entertainment & Technology Space: Games, Wireless & Broadband
Mike Buckley, Director of Strategic Investments, Intel Capital, Intel Corporation
Bob Davis, Managing General Partner, Highland Capital Partners
David O. Higley, Managing Director & Head of Digital Media Technologies, UBS Investment Bank
Michael J. Hirshland, General Partner, Polaris Venture Partners
Mark Stevens, Partner, Fenwick & West
Tim Chang, Principal, Gabriel Venture Partners
David Hutkin, 1st Vice President, ICB Entertainment Finance
Joey Tamer, President, S.O.S. Inc., Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV:
The Digital Home Entertainment Complex – Music and Movies Everywhere – Content Enabled by Servers, Set-Tops and Gateways
Mary Schetter Butler, Director of Business Development, Motorola Connected Home Solutions
Michael Markman, Senior Director, Digeo, Inc.
Yoav Nissan-Cohen, president and CEO, Amimon
David Kaill, Director, Technical Business Development, MusicNet
Bill Holmes, VP of Consumer Electronics, DivX, Inc
Edward Scott, Principal, Media & Entertainment, Infosys Technologies
Bill Correll, Director, Corporate Development, Broadband & Digital Media Technologies, Sun Microsystems, Inc., Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
Track I:
Entertainment Expands the Digital Home: Networking, Sharing and Protecting
Richard Bullwinkle, Senior Product Marketing Director and Chief Evangelist, Mediabolic
Anthony Wood, CEO, Roku
Brad Hunt, Executive Vice President, Chief Technology Officer, Motion Picture Association of America, Inc.
Brian Hofstetter, Director Connected Entertainment, Zoran Corporation
Gaben Chancellor, CEO, Creative and Design Director, Vidiva
Peter B. Kaars, Director of Business Development, Philips Electronics, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track II:
Broadband Advertising Power Surge – Video, Links & Banners - Entertainment, Digital Publishing and Search Engines Emergence
Maria Mandel, Partner, Director of Digital Innovation, Digital Innovation, OgilvyInteractive, New York
Simon Assaad, co-CEO, Heavy.com
John Ferber, Chief Product Officer, Advertising.com
Rob Petty, CEO, ROO
Jen Soch, Vice President, Associate Director of Advanced TV, MediaVest USA
Rick Hack, Entertainment & New Media Marketing Specialist, CBS Radio
Mariana Danilovic, Managing Director, Hollywood Portfolio, LLC, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
Behind the Digital Home & Mobile Consumer: Chips, Microprocessors & Optical Technology Define the Future of Entertainment - from DVDs, MP3s, HD & Set-Tops to Games, PDAs and PCs
Jeroen Brouwer, Director of Business Development, BU Home, Philips Semiconductors
Dr. Nikhil Balram, General Manager, High-Definition Products Division, National Semiconductor Corporation

Jose V Tormo, Jr., Manager, Business Strategy, Digital Media & Pervasive Computing Group, AMD
Sandip H. Mandera, Product Manager, Digital Media Products and Infrastructure, Intel Corporation
Berardino Baratta, General Manager of Multimedia Applications Division, Wireless & Mobile Systems Group, Freescale Semiconductor, Inc.
Brian Heuckroth, Vice President, Marketing, Magnum Semiconductor
Antonette K. Goroch, Senior Analyst, Digital Tech Consulting, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV:
Understanding the Integrated DTV, Broadband & Mobile Customer Experience: Demands in Design and Delivery of Content, Products and Services
Tim Napoleon, Product Line Director, Akamai
Adrian Sexton, Vice President, Digital Media, Lions Gate Entertainment
Jay Fausch, Senior Director of Strategic Marketing, Fixed Communications Group, Alcatel
Patrick Mahoney, Corporate Strategy Manager, HELIO
Jonathan Hurd, Director, Altman Vilandrie & Company
, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

5:00 PM – Poolside Reception at the Loews

6:45 PM – The Consortium Dinners
I. Reinventing Advertising: VOD, PVR, Broadband, Games, PODs & Mobile Consortium at Digital Hollywood
Hosted by: Zap2it, A Tribune Media Services Company


II. 6:45 PM - The Consortium Dinner
Digital Rights, Content Rights & Anti-Piracy Consortium at Digital Hollywood
Advisory Committee Dinner Hosted by Savvis


III. 6:30 PM - Private Executive Dinner
"Entertainment in the Digital Home"
Hosted By Parks Associates - for further information on this event, click here


IV. Chips, Microprocessors & Optical Technology Consortium at Digital Hollywood
V. Casual, Broadband and Multiplayer Games Consortium Advisory Committee Dinner


Thursday, March 30
8:30 AM - Press Breakfast
INTENT MediaWorks Unveils MyPeer
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The Seminars
9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
Track I:
IP Video, Broadband Connectivity, Broadband Wireless, Datacasting and other Technologies Enabling the Transformation of Entertainment
David Yates, Vice President, Marketing & Business Development, Arroyo
Sam Pemberton, president and CEO of Softel-USA
Seth Kenvin, VP, Strategic Marketing & Corporate Development, BigBand Networks
Scott Dougall, Director of Content Delivery Software, SkyStream
Jeff Porter, Vice President, Product Marketing, Netopia
Joseph Dellinger, Vice President, Sales, IMAKE
Donald A. Jasko, Chief Executive Officer, Digital Economics, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track II:
Video Distribution Across Platforms: Broadband, IPTV, Cable, TV and Mobile
Doug Glen, Chief Marketing Officer, Zetera Corporation
Tom Inglefield, Media and Entertainment Solutions Manager, Data Management Group, Sun Microsystems, Inc.
Norman Liang, Business Development Manager, Technology Collaboration Solutions, IBM Corp.
Geoff Allen, Chairman and Founder, Anystream, Inc.
Michael Gordon, co-Founder and Chief Strategy Officer, Limelight Networks
Vic Mahadevan, Chief Executive Officer, NeoEdge Networks
Katherine L. Parker, Internet, Media & Entertainment Industry Sales Global Business Development Manager, Sun Microsystems, Inc., Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
Protecting Your Intellectual Property - The Policies and Technologies for Managing Risk
Russell P. Reeder, Chairman and CEO, RightsLine, Inc.
Mark Ishikawa, CEO, BayTSP
Russ Frackman, Partner, Mitchell, Silberberg & Knupp
Paul Rasmusson, Senior Manager, Media & Entertainment, Deloitte Consulting LLP
Shaun Abrahamson, Director, Digital Strategy and Development, SafeNet
Mike McGuire, Research Director, GartnerG2, Moderator
Additional speaker to be announced
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV:
The Broadband Video Tipping Point: Availability of Vast Content and Portability - Broadband, ITV, Mobile & DTV
Michael Raneri, President, MeeVee
Robert Whitmore, CEO & co-founder, stimTV™Network
Karl Quist, founder & President, TotalVid
Dmitry Shapiro, CEO, Veoh Networks
J. Chris Wagner, Executive Vice President, Sales and Marketing, NeuLion, Inc.
Markus Almer, president and co-founder, Almer/Blank
Allison Dollar, founder & CEO, Interactive Television Alliance, 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
Billy McNair, co-founder and CEO, Peerflix
Srivats Sampath, President & CEO, MERCORA
Chip Venters, Chief Executive Officer, Digital Containers
John Beezer, President, Shared Media Licensing, Inc.
Andy Cooper, President, Intent MediaWorks, Inc.
Robert Summer, Executive Chairman, iMesh
Leslie Pool, Chief Executive Officer, Javien Digital Payment Solutions
Marty Lafferty, Chief Executive Officer, Distributed Computing Industry Association (DCIA), Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track II:
Internet Video, Advertising & Marketing: The Next Generation of Consumer Reach
Greg Verdino, Senior Vice President, Sales & Marketing, ROO
Shawn Conahan, founder, Chairman and CEO, Intercasting Corp
Hilmi Ozguc, CEO, Maven Networks
Steven Starr, founder, Chief Executive Officer, Revver
Adam Gerber, Vice President, Ad Products & Strategy, Brightcove
Greg Demetriades, CEO, WhiteBlox
Darcy Lorincz, SVP & General Manager Global Rich Media, SAVVIS
Keith Richman, CEO, Break.com
Scott Ehrlich, CEO, Red Tie, Inc., Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
DTV, Broadband, Set-Top and Interactive Content & Advertising Experience - Enabling Entertainment Choice via Interactive Guides and Gateways
Seth Haberman, founder & President, Visible World
Jodie McAfee, Vice President, Business Development, Turner Media Group
Aslam Khader, VP, Marketing and Strategy, Ensequence
Colin Dixon, Senior Analyst & IPTV Practice Manager, Specialty: Enhanced TV Applications
David Jensen, Vice President of Business Development, Zetools
Jack Perry, President & Chief Executive Officer, Decisionmark
Bill Niemeyer, Chief of Analysis and Research, DiMA Group,Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV:
Desktop Browser & Search As Application Platform: Gateway to Information and Entertainment
Matthew de Ganon, Vice President and General Manager, Consumer Application Software, The Weather Channel Interactive (TWCI).
Tom St John, CTO, Searchformedia
Mike Lanza, CEO, Click TV
Thomas McInerney, co-founder and Chief Executive Officer, Guba.com
Larry Marcus, General Partner, Walden VC
Brian Hanley, VP Business Development AOL Time Warner
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, Blogs, P2P, Ad Revenue Concepts, Cable/TV Innovation
Ted Cohen, Senior Vice President, D3 – Digital Development & Distribution, EMI Music
Justin Beckett, CEO and founder, Fluid Audio Networks
Bill Moore, CEO, RadioTime
Michael Weiss, President & CEO, StreamCast Networks
Douglas S. Knopper, CEO, BitPass
Shawn Hopwood, Sr. Director, Coding Technologies
Stephen Murray, founder & President of Entertainment, BurnLounge
Rick Doherty, co-founder and Director, The Envisioneering Group, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track II:
Telcos, IPTV & the Technology Food Chain: From the Broadband Infrastructure to the Headend, ITV Services and the Set-Top
Rob Glidden, Industry Manager, Broadband Media, Sun Microsystems, Inc
Hemang Mehta, Group Product Manager, Microsoft TV
Taras Bugir, Chief Strategy Officer, Harris Software Systems
David Price, Vice President, Business Development, Harmonic, Inc.
Josette Bonte, Vice President, Content and IPTV, Ovum
Kurt Hoppe, Director, Product Management, 2Wire
Fred Dawson, Editor & Publisher, Screenplays, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
Personalized Video Media: ITV Advertising and Content
Dan O'Brien, President & CEO, Gotuit Media
Greg Morrow, President, PureVideo
Israel Drori, President & CEO, Integra5
Kanaiya Vasani, Vice President, Product Marketing, Terayon Communication Systems
Mark Jeffery, Senior Director, Product Marketing, ICTV
Jay Schiller, Vice President, Business Development, Atlas On Demand
Pat Dunbar, co-founder and President, DiMA Group and the ID!A Program, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV:
Broadband Games Expand – From the Casual to the Massively Multiplayer Universe
Ralph Rivera, VP & GM, AOL Games
David Laux, Global Executive, Games & Interactive Entertainment, IBM
Scott Cohen, President, Game Trust, Inc.
Andrew Sispoidis, co-founder, IGA WorldGroup
Cam Daly, Director, Shockwave.com Game Studio,
AtomShockwave
Kenneth LeDrew,
Director, eCommerce, Sulake Corporation Ltd
Matthew Bromberg, President and Chief Operating Officer, Major League Gaming Inc., Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Track I:
Adult Industry Business Models: Understanding the $10B Opportunity and How Adult Pushes Technology To Mainstream
Ian Aaron, CEO, Waat Media Wireless Entertainment
Chris Petrovic, VP, Business Development, Playboy Entertainment Group
Jeff Random, Throb
Jay Grdina, CEO, ClubJenna
Sex.com, speaker to be announced
Tom Hymes, Communications Director, Free Speech Coalition, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track II:
Alternative Media & Advertising: Personalized Consumer Broadband, RSS Feeds, Blogging and Podcasting
John Roberts, Vice President, Product Development, CNET News.com, CNET Networks
Patty Mitchell, Vice President Worldwide Sales, Six Apart (TypePad, Moveable Type & LiveJournal)
Chase Norlin, founder, Pixsy
Richard Sharp, CEO, PodChannels, Inc.
Michael W. Geoghegan, President, Willnick Productions, Inc.
Mike Markson, Vice President Marketing, Topix.net
Michelle Robertson, Chief Marketing Officer, Musicane
Peter H. Kang, Esq., Partner, Sidley Austin Brown & Wood LLP, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
Personalized Mobile Experience – Breakthroughs in Messaging, Music, Video and Search Capabilities
Frederick Ghahramani, director and co-founder, AirG
Jeff Hastings,
President, Pinnacle Systems, a division, Avid Technology
Gregg Daffner, Chairman of the Board, TV Mine Inc.
Dorrian Porter, CEO, Mozes, Inc.
Jeff Blanc, VP Sales and Corporate Communication, NeoMagic
Steve Bradbury, Vice President, Business Development, GoTV Networks, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV:
Building Brands, Hollywood Style - Word of Mouth and Community Marketing
David Reis, CEO, DEI Worldwide
Scott Holmes, Managing Partner, UNITED^FUTURE, WONGDOODY
David Brody, Director, Marketing and Creative, Virgin Digital
Todd Steinman, Partner and Chief Operating Officer, M80 Services
Betsy Green, CEO, Media Matchmaker
Chris M. Williams, co-founder & CEO, FanLib
Bryan Kujawski, co-founder, 360i, Moderator
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2008 CES - Advertising, Game Power, Mobile Entertainment & DH at CES, January 6-9, 2008, Las Vegas Convention Center, Click Here
Media Summit, New York - March 12-13, 2008 • McGraw Hill Building • Registration Click Here
Digital Hollywood Spring, Los Angeles May 5-8, 2008, Grand Ballroom at Hollywood & Highlands - Click Here
Advertising 2.0, June 3-5, 2008, New York City, A Joint AdvertisingAge - Digital Hollywood Event - Click Here
Building Blocks, August 5-7, 2008, San Jose, California - A Joint CEA - Digital Hollywood Event Click Here
Digital Hollywood Fall, Los Angeles, October 27-30, 2008, Loews Santa Monica - Click Here



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Event: Digital Hollywood Spring
Date: March 27-30, 2006
Location: Santa Monica, Calif., Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel
Hotel Information: Click Here
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Conference Fees
$695 - All-Access Registration
$425 - One Day Digital Hollywood Conference Ticket
$495 - Academic and Analyst Discount Registration - All-Access to All Sessions



Monday, March 27th
5:00 PM
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Poolside Reception at the Loews - Open to All Attendees

6:45 PM Advisory Committee Dinner – Click Here
Mobile Film, TV and Video Content Development Consortium - Hosted by MediaFlo USA, a Qualcomm Company

Tuesday, March 28th
Open to All Attendees
5:00 PM - Poolside Reception at the Loews
Hosted by: mTLD, dot mobi

6:45 PM - Advisory Committee Dinner - Click Here
Hollywood and the Digital Consumer Consortium - Dinner hosted by MSN Entertainment, Video Services, Microsoft

6:45 PM - Advisory Committee Dinner - Click Here
OnDemand Content & Technologies Consortium
Dinner Co-Hosted by Seachange International and Entriq

6:45 PM - Advisory Committee Dinner - Click Here
Digital Music Consortium
Dinner Hosted by: Motorola

6:45 PM - Open to all Attendees
University Project Dinner
Hosted by Sun Microsystems

6:45 PM -
Advisory Committee Dinner - Click Here
Venture, Private Equity and M & A Consortium

Wednesday, March 29th
5:00 PM -
Poolside Reception at the Loews - Open to All Attendees

6:45 PM – Advisory Committee Dinner - Click Here
Reinventing Advertising Consortium

Hosted by: Zap2it, A Tribune Media Services Company

6:45 PM – Advisory Committee Dinner - Click Here
Digital Rights, Content Rights & Anti-Piracy Consortium
Hosted by Savvis

6:30 PM - Private Executive Dinner
Entertainment in the Digital Home - Hosted By Parks Associates - click here

6:45 PM – Consortium Dinner - Click Here
Casual, Broadband and Multiplayer Games


6:45 PM – Consortium Dinner
Chips, Microprocessors & Optical Technology Consortium at Digital Hollywood



















Track & Strategic Sessions

The Track
Digital Rights Management, Content Rights & Piracy
Wednesday, March 29

9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Rightsholder Options: Evaluating Rights & Licensing
10:45 AM - Noon
Piracy and Digital Rights Management: Legal, Legislative
Digital Music & its Transformation
12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
DRM Implementation in Media and Entertainment
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
DRM Interoperability Challenge
3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
Entertainment Expands the Digital Home

Thursday, March 30
9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
Protecting Your Intellectual Property
11:05 AM - 12:20 PM
Next Generation P2P Music and Film
12:50 PM - 2:00 PM
Music Industry Innovates and Morphs

The Track:
OnDemand Content & Technology: Broadband, TV, Cable, IPTV, Games & Mobile
Tuesday, March 28
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Television 2.0: OnDemand, PRV, DRV
Urban Media: Broadband, IPTV, Mobile & TV
10:45 AM - Noon
Traditional Media and New Media M&A Convergence
Hollywood and the Digital Consumer
12:30 PM – 1:45 PM
OnDemand Television – All-Access All the Time
2:15 PM – 3:30 PM
Web 2.0: How Next Generation Personalized Media
3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
Search as Gateway to the Video and E-Commerce

Wednesday, March 29
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
The DVR and VOD as a Disruptive Market Force
10:45 AM - Noon
Digital Music & its Transformation
Bridging TV and Broadband
12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
Movies, OnDemand Content and Broadband
TV & Interactivity
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Subscription, Download & Advertising Models
Venture Funding and Leadership

Thursday, March 30
9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
The Broadband Video Tipping Point
11:05 AM - 12:20 PM
Internet Video, Advertising & Marketing
DTV, Broadband, Set-Top and Interactive
Desktop Browser & Search As Application Platform
12:50 PM - 2:00 PM
Personalized Video Media: ITV Advertising and Content
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Alternative Media & Advertising


The Track
Reinventing, Integrated and Branded Advertising
Tuesday, March 28th
10:45 AM - Noon
Traditional Media and New Media M&A Convergence
12:30 PM – 1:45 PM
Game Power - Entertainment as Franchise
2:15 PM – 3:30 PM
The Future of Enhanced Advertising
Mobile Games: In-Game Advertising
3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
Advertising Strategies in the Diversified Digital Culture

Wednesday, March 29
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Branded Media Marketing
10:45 AM - Noon
Bridging TV and Broadband
12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
Rethinking Advertising
TV & Interactivity
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Subscription, Download & Advertising
3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
Broadband Advertising Power Surge
Understanding the Integrated Experience

Thursday, March 30
9:30 AM - 10:45
The Broadband Video Tipping Point
11:05 AM - 12:20 PM
Internet Video, Advertising & Marketing
DTV, Broadband, Set-Top and Interactive
12:50 PM - 2:00 PM
Personalized Video Media
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Alternative Media & Advertising




The Digital, Broadband and Networked Home Agenda
Tuesday, March 28th
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Embracing the Connected Consumer
10:45 AM - Noon
Hollywood and the Digital Consumer
12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
IPTV Emergence
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Web 2.0: How Next Generation Personalized Media
3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
Next Generation DVD

Wednesday, March 29
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
The Telco Advantage and the IPTV Digital Home
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Next Generation DVD - Content Makers
10:45 AM - Noon
The Networked Entertainment Home
12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
Movies, OnDemand Content and Broadband
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
The Digital Home Entertainment Complex
3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
Entertainment Expands the Digital Home

Thursday, March 30
9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
IP Video, Broadband Connectivity
11:05 AM - 12:20 PM
DTV, Broadband, Set-Top and Interactive Content
12:50 PM - 2:00 PM
Telcos, IPTV & the Technology Food Chain
Personalized Video Media: ITV Advertising and Content



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Mobile Entertainment Track
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Mobile Entertainment: Film, TV, Music & Games - Content & Technology
Monday, March 27
1:00 PM – 2:15 PM
Mobile as the Dominant Video-Broadband Experience
Session B - Hosted by MEF Mobile Entertainment Forum
Content Creators: Taking your Trade Mobile
2:35 – 3:45 PM
Mobile Music – Business Models – Downloads, Subscriptions & Ringtunes
Mobile Film & TV – Technology & Platforms that Make the System Go
4:10 PM – 5:15 PM
Mobile TV & Film – Programming & Creativity for a Transforming Medium
Mobile Video: Ready for Primetime

Tuesday, March 28
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Embracing the Connected Consumer
Mobile Commerce and Content
10:45 AM - Noon
Mobile Video & Music Make-Over
Video Bling! Audio Bling
12:30 PM – 1:45 PM
Mobile Music: New Platforms + New Technology
2:15 PM – 3:30 PM
Movies, TV and Video for Mobile
Mobile Games: In-Game Advertising
3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
Strategies in Wireless Devices and Services
Thursday, March 30th
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Track III:
Personalized Mobile Experience


The Digital, Broadband and Networked Home Agenda
Tuesday, March 28th
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Embracing the Connected Consumer
10:45 AM - Noon
Hollywood and the Digital Consumer
12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
IPTV Emergence
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Web 2.0: How Next Generation Personalized Media
3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
Next Generation DVD

Wednesday, March 29
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
The Telco Advantage and the IPTV Digital Home
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Next Generation DVD - Content Makers
10:45 AM - Noon
The Networked Entertainment Home
12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
Movies, OnDemand Content and Broadband
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
The Digital Home Entertainment Complex
3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
Entertainment Expands the Digital Home

Thursday, March 30
9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
IP Video, Broadband Connectivity
11:05 AM - 12:20 PM
DTV, Broadband, Set-Top and Interactive Content
12:50 PM - 2:00 PM
Telcos, IPTV & the Technology Food Chain
Personalized Video Media: ITV Advertising and Content


The Track
Reinventing, Integrated and Branded Advertising
Tuesday, March 28th
10:45 AM - Noon
Traditional Media and New Media M&A Convergence
12:30 PM – 1:45 PM
Game Power - Entertainment as Franchise
2:15 PM – 3:30 PM
The Future of Enhanced Advertising
Mobile Games: In-Game Advertising
3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
Advertising Strategies in the Diversified Digital Culture

Wednesday, March 29
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Branded Media Marketing
10:45 AM - Noon
Bridging TV and Broadband
12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
Rethinking Advertising
TV & Interactivity
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Subscription, Download & Advertising
3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
Broadband Advertising Power Surge
Understanding the Integrated Experience

Thursday, March 30
9:30 AM - 10:45
The Broadband Video Tipping Point
11:05 AM - 12:20 PM
Internet Video, Advertising & Marketing
DTV, Broadband, Set-Top and Interactive
12:50 PM - 2:00 PM
Personalized Video Media
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Alternative Media & Advertising


The Track:
OnDemand Content & Technology: Broadband, TV, Cable, IPTV, Games & Mobile
Tuesday, March 28
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Television 2.0: OnDemand, PRV, DRV
Urban Media: Broadband, IPTV, Mobile & TV
10:45 AM - Noon
Traditional Media and New Media M&A Convergence
Hollywood and the Digital Consumer
12:30 PM – 1:45 PM
OnDemand Television – All-Access All the Time
2:15 PM – 3:30 PM
Web 2.0: How Next Generation Personalized Media
3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
Search as Gateway to the Video and E-Commerce

Wednesday, March 29
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
The DVR and VOD as a Disruptive Market Force
10:45 AM - Noon
Digital Music & its Transformation
Bridging TV and Broadband
12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
Movies, OnDemand Content and Broadband
TV & Interactivity
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Subscription, Download & Advertising Models
Venture Funding and Leadership

Thursday, March 30
9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
The Broadband Video Tipping Point
11:05 AM - 12:20 PM
Internet Video, Advertising & Marketing
DTV, Broadband, Set-Top and Interactive
Desktop Browser & Search As Application Platform
12:50 PM - 2:00 PM
Personalized Video Media: ITV Advertising and Content
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Alternative Media & Advertising

The Track
Digital Rights Management, Content Rights & Piracy
Wednesday, March 29

9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Rightsholder Options: Evaluating Rights & Licensing
10:45 AM - Noon
Piracy and Digital Rights Management: Legal, Legislative
Digital Music & its Transformation
12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
DRM Implementation in Media and Entertainment
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
DRM Interoperability Challenge
3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
Entertainment Expands the Digital Home

Thursday, March 30
9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
Protecting Your Intellectual Property
11:05 AM - 12:20 PM
Next Generation P2P Music and Film
12:50 PM - 2:00 PM
Music Industry Innovates and Morphs