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Digital Hollywood Events at CES
January 6 - 8, 2014
Monday, January 6th
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Track I - STC2
- SmartPhone & Tablet Conference
Location: North Hall N260
Merging Content with New Technologies - Content Reinvention with the Next Generation of Tablets and Mobile Devices
The content industry can reach countless consumers across multiple platforms in new and scalable formats using innovative monetization strategies and programs. The new generation of tablets, smartphones and eReaders is fostering an ever-expanding universe of content creation, consumption and, ultimately, a revolutionary business model for content creators.
Rebecca Grossman-Cohen, Vice President, Partner Relations, News Corp
Lincoln Millstein, Executive Vice President, Deputy Group Head, Hearst Newspapers
Chia Chen, SVP, Mobile Lead, North America, Digitas
Perry Solomon, Vice President, Digital Business Development, Time Inc.
Kevin Tofel, Senior Writer, Gigaom
Nash Parker, Director, Emerging Technology Commercialization, Alcatel-Lucent
Terry S. Bienstock, CEO, Mobilactive Media, LLC., Moderator

Lincoln Millstein, Executive Vice President, Deputy Group Head, Hearst Newspaper: Lincoln Millstein is one of the recognized digital pioneers in the newspaper industry. He is currently executive vice president and deputy group head of Hearst Newspapers. In 1994, he left a 25-year newsroom career to spearhead the development of the Boston Globe's digital strategy, resulting in the launch of the widely acclaimed in 1995. After running for five years, he added the responsibility of overseeing, as the chief operating officer of New York Times Digital. Millstein helped lead a newspaper industry alliance with Yahoo! The strategic partnership, announced in November 2006, today includes 30 newspaper companies and more than 700 newspapers, across a broad array of businesses, including online employment, search, online ad serving and newspaper content distribution on the Internet. He is a big believer in networks and alliances. Millstein also led the newspaper industry in creating quadrantONE, an online national sales network, and an alliance with, the leading real estate portal. In addition to his digital responsibilities, Millstein is involved in the redesign and restructuring of Hearst's print newspapers. Millstein has held numerous editorial positions during his career, including business editor at both the Hartford Courant and Boston Globe, and city editor and managing editor, features, at the Globe. He is a graduate of the University of Connecticut, where he was editor-in-chief of the student newspaper. He was a National Endowment for the Humanities Professional Journalism Fellow at Stanford University in 1980 to 1981.

Rebecca Grossman-Cohen, Vice President, Partner Relations, News Corp: Rebecca is Vice President of Partner Relations for News Corp within the technology team. She is passionate about the news and information business and has focused her career on helping to develop, sustain, and innovate within it. Rebecca's last role was as Vice President of Marketing for The Daily, the original daily news product created for tablet and mobile devices. Prior to The Daily she ran marketing and circulation for The New Republic, where she helped revitalize its brand and expand its reach in print and online. She has also worked for the Associated Press in Business Development and Strategy, and in Development for NPR, raising major gifts for the network. Rebecca has an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University where she was a McCormick Foundation Fellow for leaders in media management. She has a BA in Sociology from Tufts University.

Perry Solomon, Vice President, Digital Business Development, Time Inc.: In this
role he oversees Time Inc.'s development of partnership arrangements for emerging digital platforms including tablets. Prior to this role Solomon served as Vice President, Business Development - Digital Media, at News Corp. where he led partnership development for cross-platform paid content initiatives. Solomon developed and executed go-to-market strategy including creating business models, partner messaging, pricing models and sales tools, to attract and secure partnerships with over fifty leading media brands. Previously, Solomon was SVP and General Manager for Monetization Solutions at FAST, a Microsoft subsidiary, where he oversaw the company's media, advertising, and e-commerce search solutions. His other experiences include product leadership roles at Inktomi Corporation and PricewaterhouseCoopers, as well as founding his own VC-backed micropayments company. A native New Yorker, Solomon currently resides in Park Slope, Brooklyn with his wife and three children.

Chia Chen, Senior Vice President/North American Mobile Practice Lead, Digitas: As SVP and North American Mobile Practice Lead, Chia works across the DigitasLBi network of clients including Sprint, American Express, Delta Air Lines, General Motors, P&G, Whirlpool, and Taco Bell. He also works alongside other members of the DigitasLBi leadership team to ensure that mobile is at the forefront of the DigitasLBi offering and value proposition. Chia has always been on the forefront of marketing applications of digital technologies. He has over 15 years of experience working with clients to achieve business results and build customer relationships through digital channels. In addition to his work in the mobile space, his interactive experience spans online strategy, online marketing, site design, website implementation, measurement and traffic building. Clients Chia has served include: AT&T, Visa International, Coors Brewing Company, Delta Air Lines, MINI USA and Unilever. Chia holds a B.A. in History and Science from Harvard University.

Kevin Tofel,
Senior Writer, Gigaom: After spending 15 years in IT at Fortun
e 100 companies, Kevin turned a hobby into a career and began covering mobile technology in 2003. He writes daily on the industry and has co-hosted the weekly MobileTechRoundup podcast since 2006. His writing has appeared in print (The New York Times, PC Magazine and PC World) and he has been featured on NBC News in Philadelphia. Kevin's unique approach is to use the technology as a consumer would, so that he can report back to readers honestly about what they can expect from a device or app and help them get the most out of it. Freescale has named Kevin a “Top 20 Smart Mobile Device Pundit.” When not playing with the latest gadget, Kevin is typically spending time with his family, reading e-books or running in the rural areas near his home office in southeastern Pennsylvania.

Nash Parker,
Director, Emerging Technology Commercialization, Alcatel-Lucent: Nash Parker, Director, Emerging Technology Commercialization, Alcatel-Lucent: In this position, Nash Parker is responsible for the development of strategic business goals for the ng Connect Program (a 4G wireless/broadband ecosystems endeavor); identifying and evaluating of the program's partnership opportunities, marketing plans and legal requirements. Additionally, Mr. Parker serves in strategic direction activities, analyst relations, and is a primary liaison for Alcatel-Lucent with the media and advertising communities; including music, film, television, and video gaming. Prior to assuming his current role, Mr. Parker held positions as the Manager of Business Development for Sony Computer Entertainment America (PlayStation) and worked at General Motors Corporation in advertising and sales/marketing functions. Alcatel-Lucent provides tools, products and services that enable service providers, enterprises and governments worldwide, to deliver voice, data and video communication services to end-users. The company has now moved onto the content arena by enabling interactivity across service providers' digital platforms (IPTV, digital cable, digital terrestrial, Internet and mobile). This in turn provides their subscribers a unique 3 screen media experience to interact with their favorite brands and entertainment services. The result is a unique way for service providers to differentiate their packages, add revenue generating applications, increase the stickiness of the services and get more value out of their network infrastructure.

Terry S. Bienstock,
CEO, Mobilactive Media, LLC.: a New Jersey-based distributor of managed application publishing and secure remote access solutions for business and consumer markets. WorldExtend has revolutionary products to deliver to a business a low cost software-based VPN, and has developed a virtual computer on a TV set to bridge the Digital Divide. He also manages and advises other ventures relating to new media platforms, such as Video-on-Demand, digital video recorders, broadband and mobile services. Prior to this, he served as Executive Vice President and General Counsel, Law and Government Affairs, for Comcast Cable Communications in Philadelphia. In this position, he maintained business responsibility for Comcast's Video on Demand platform, Comcast University and claims management. He was also responsible for overseeing the Law department for the country's leading cable and broadband communications provider, advising senior management on legal and business issues, and for Comcast's state and local government affairs in the 5000 communities and 41 states in which it did business. Prior to joining Comcast, for 23 years Bienstock was in private practice, serving as lead counsel on numerous major communications, First Amendment and property rights cases for most of the top media and cable companies, and lead high visibility cases, from the first fully televised trial in the U.S. to the Noriega tapes case for CNN. He pioneered litigation in the cable television industry for operators, programmers and equipment manufacturers, and successfully prosecuted cases on theft of service, copyright and trademark, premises access, franchising, franchise modifications, transfers, renewals, leased access and other constitutional and Cable Act issues. He has over 100 reported decisions to his name. A graduate of the State University of New York at Binghamton in 1975 and the Rutgers-Camden School of Law in 1978, Bienstock has authored several articles in leading legal publications on cable issues such as theft of service, franchising and access to premises. He regularly lectures at numerous national trade associates and legal conferences on various communications, media, regulatory, law department management and litigation topics, and at business conferences on new media topics.