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Media Summit New York, March 4 - 5, 2014
McGraw-Hill Building, 49th Street and 6th Ave., New York City
Wednesday, March 5th, 2014
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM
Keynote Roundtable: The Gallery
The Media Industry Equation - Content, Brands, Advertising and Platforms
Joan Gillman, COO, Media Services and EVP of Media Services, Time Warner Cable Inc.
Bonnie Fuller, President and Editor-in-Chief, HollywoodLife.com and HollyBaby.com
John Piontkowski, General Manager, Microsoft Advertising
David Lang, Chief Content Officer, Mindshare, NA and President, Mindshare Entertainment, NA
Howard K. Bass, Partner, Global Media & Entertainment Advisory Leader, EY, Moderator

Joan Gillman, COO, Media Services and EVP of Media Services Time Warner Cable Inc.: Ms. Joan Gillman serves as Chief Operating Officer of Media Services and Executive Vice President of Media Services at Time Warner Cable Inc. Ms. Gillman served as the President of Media Sales at Time Warner Cable Inc. Ms. Gillman joined Time Warner Cable in May 2005. Ms. Gillman served as the Vice President of Interactive TV, advanced advertising, with responsibility for the development and deployment of new interactive and advertising products and services. Prior to TWC, Ms. Gillman served as the President of a subsidiary of OpenTV, where she held oversight of the Playjam games channel and the production of interactive TV channels. During her career, she also oversaw business development of British Interactive Broadcasting. From 1995 to 1997, she served as Vice President of Marketing for the leading Internet Service Provider (ISP). She made the jump into Digital TV by heading up the business development, regulatory and legal teams for British Interactive Broadcasting. In 2001, she served as President of Static2358, the interactive TV, games and production subsidiary of OpenTV. She has been Director of SeaWell Networks Inc. since July 24, 2012 and Interactive Advertising Bureau Inc. since February 2012. She serves as a Director of NCC Media and National Cable Communications LLC. She serves as a Director of BlackArrow, Inc. She also serves professionally on the boards of CAB and Adlink. Ms. Gillman is a member of Cable and Telecommunications Association for Marketing (CTAM) and Women in Cable and Telecommunications (WICT), and is a Betsy Magness Fellow Class XV.

Bonnie Fuller, President and Editor-in-Chief, HollywoodLife.com and HollyBaby.com (Former Editor, Glamour and US Weekly): Bonnie Fuller was named President and Editor-in-Chief of HollywoodLife.com in July 2009. The site, which launched in November 2009, has become the go-to online destination for young women, 18-35 years old, with the latest on celebrity news, style, beauty, relationships, lifestyle and diet, exercise and health. The site reports on all the daily issues in the lives of young women, viewed through the lens of celebrity. In September 2010 Fuller launched HollywoodLife's first spin-off, HollyBaby.com, a leading online destination for young moms and moms-to-be, which reports on pregnancy, fertility, baby and child-raising and family news - also all through the lens of celebrity. In these capacities Fuller draws upon her longtime expertise, in deeply understanding the female audience and communicating with it. Hollywoodlife.com and HollyBaby.com now have a combined audience of over 23 million unique visitors per month. Fuller joined HollywoodLife after serving five years as Executive Vice President and Chief Editorial Director of American Media Inc., where she was responsible for overseeing AMI's weekly and monthly magazines, including Star, Shape, Natural Health, Country Weekly and Men's Fitness. Under Fuller's leadership at AMI, Star successfully re-launched from a tabloid to a glossy magazine, resulting in the magazine's paid circulation increasing to over 1.5 million. Fuller had a distinguished career as the Editor-in-Chief of several high profile leading women's magazines, where she was brought on to launch or re-launch the titles, leading in every case to hugely increased circulation numbers. She was also responsible for creating the modern celebrity newsweekly, when she joined US Weekly in 2002 and completely reformulated and redesigned the struggling title. For her efforts, she was named Editor of the Year by Advertising Age - the second time she was recognized with that honor. Previously to US Weekly, Fuller was Editor-in-Chief of Glamour magazine, which she took to its' highest-ever circulation and revenue levels. Prior to that she was Editor-in-Chief of Cosmopolitan, succeeding the legendary Helen Gurley Brown. She was awarded the honor of Editor of the Year for her redesign and modernization of the world's leading women's magazine. Fuller was promoted to Cosmopolitan after launching the American edition of Marie Claire magazine, for which she and her team were recognized with Advertising Age's Magazine Launch of the Year award. Previous to that she was Editor-in-Chief of YM magazine for teenage girls where she grew the circulation from 700,000 to over 1.7 million. Outspoken and informed, Fuller leverages the HollywoodLife and HollyBaby brands by regularly contributing to The Today Show, Good Morning America, The Early Show, The Joy Behar Show, Showbiz Tonight, Good Day New York, Access Hollywood and Cosmo Radio on Sirius-XM Radio. Fuller also frequently writes for The Huffington Post. In April 2006, Fuller published her women's advice book, The Joys of Much Too Much: Go for the Big Life - The Great Career, The Perfect Guy, and Everything Else You've Ever Wanted (Even If You're Afraid You Don't Have What It Takes), urging women to fulfill their dreams. A graduate of the University of Toronto, Fuller and her husband, Michael, currently live in Hastings-on-Hudson, N.Y., with their four children.

John Piontkowski, General Manager, Microsoft Advertising: With more than 20 ye
ars of professional sales and sales management experience in technology and digital media, John Piontkowski is the General Manager of Sales for Microsoft Advertising's Eastern Region. John is responsible for leading all of the advertising sales teams in New York, Boston and Atlanta that include both agency and Client direct accounts in Financial Services, Entertainment, CPG and Technology. His team of sales professionals sell all aspects of Microsoft Advertising's solutions to accounts such as American Express, E*Trade, Warner Brothers, Discovery Channel, Colgate, and Dell Computer Corporation, among others. Prior to moving over to the digital advertising division, John was part of the Enterprise and Partner Group at Microsoft, providing software solutions to fortune 500 companies focused on e-commerce, business intelligence and corporate intranets. John holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Villanova University and resides in Connecticut with his wife and two children.






David Lang, Chief Content Officer, Mindshare, NA and President, Mindshare Entertainment, NA: David Lang is an Emmy Award-winning television producer who has brought his talents to the marketing world as President of Mindshare Entertainment. In this role, he creates innovative and ground-breaking multi-platform content for some of the world's most recognizable brands. Under his direction, Mindshare Entertainment has garnered more awards than any other branded entertainment group in North America. David oversees all creative development and production, strategic marketing and partnerships in the entertainment marketing arena, as well as focusing on the creation of new economic models in this fast-moving space. Over the past seven years, he has led his team in producing around 200 projects for Fortune 500 marketers across a vast array of categories and targets. By melding strategy, insights and marketplace dynamics into the overall creative process, David has become widely regarded in the industry for crafting breakthrough content that generates tangible ROI. As an experienced television executive producer, David understands the entire creative process and has extensive relationships with networks, as well as other writers, producers and directors. Simultaneously, his experience as a marketer allows him to develop and implement strategically-grounded, cross-platform campaigns that create business impact and value for clients. A key component to all David's projects is building in social elements, whether in the creative, distribution or the technology. Before joining MSE, David was Senior Vice President of Development & Production at Lorne Michaels' (Saturday Night Live) Broadway Video, where he oversaw his group's development of shows and the production process as show runner/executive producer. David sits on the North American Management Committee at Mindshare.


Howard K. Bass, Partner, Global Media & Entertainment Advisory Leader, EY: Howa
rd is EY's Global Media & Entertainment Advisory Leader as well as the Northeast Media & Entertainment Advisory Market Leader. He is responsible for driving the execution of the Global M&E sector strategy and for building the global M&E practice in order to best serve EY's clients with innovative solutions. Howard has more than 30 years of strategic, transformation and related advisory, accounting and audit experience across a broad set of industries. His focus areas include new digital revenue models, process optimization and technology enablement, finance effectiveness and controls, organizational structure and design, shared services, optimization of ERP and reporting, diligence and business strategy execution. In addition to his Sector Advisory Leader role, Howard also currently serves as Coordinating Partner / Senior Advisory Partner for numerous major EY M&E clients, overseeing large global teams. Howard is known as a key thought leader in the M&E industry and serves as a speaker for various media and entertainment conferences and sponsors media and entertainment roundtables. He also contributes his views to several media publications, penning such articles as “10 Business Basics Media Companies Can't Afford to Ignore,” in Advertising Age magazine.