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This is an archive of 2006 Digital Hollywood Fall.
Next fall, Digital Hollywood will be held October 29-November 1, 2007 at the Hollywood Renaissance Hotel in Hollywood - bigger location, more sessions, more booths, more attendees

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

October 23-26, 2006

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Instructions: To Navigate this Agenda and find Information - Click on any of the Agenda Day Page Links (just above this paragraph) or scroll down this very long page. Digital Hollywood fall will have 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.

Speaker wait lists are being created. To submit a speaker, email your choice of session(s), indicating name of session, day, time and include a bio of the proposed speaker. Email to speakers@digitalhollywood.com


The Agenda
Digital Hollywood Fall
Special Pre-Day Mobile TV Event - The Consortium Series
Monday, October 23
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Mobile Video & TV - The Who's Who of Content
Drew Reifenberger, EVP, Turner Digital Entertainment, Turner Networks
Craig Shapiro, Head of Content Strategy and Acquisition, HELIO
Bill Sanders, VP, Programming, Sony Pictures Television International Mobile Entertainment
Daniel Tibbets, Executive Vice President, STUDIOS, GoTV Networks
Ferhan Cook, founder & president, Any Screen Productions Ltd
Adam Levin, CEO, Cinema Electric
Erik A. Smith,
Vice President, Business Development and Programming, MobiTV
Chris Gore,
author & founder, Film Threat
John Swiecicki, Senior Manager, Partner Development, Entertainment Content, Sprint
Moderated by: Frank Chindamo, President and Chief Creative Officer, Fun Little Movies
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

MEF AMERICAS - Special Event - by Invitation Only
For Info on attending this end-of-day session - Contact Karen Allen at MEF for information - karen@m-e-f.org
The Ad-Funded Mobile Entertainment Initiative Presents
Monday, October 23
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
"Advertising As A Revenue Stream for Mobile Content"

Special Pre-Event Day Super-Conference
User Generated Media – The Revolution in Entertainment, News Media, Personal Communication, Search and Advertising
Open to All Conference Registrants
Monday, October 23
1:00 PM – 2:15 PM
Session A:
User Generated Content - Part I: An Internet, Communications and Advertising Transformation
Bill Jeffries, Vice President, Network Development, Revver
Todd Herman, General Manager, Media Experiences, MSN Entertainment
Hunter Walk, Product Manager, Google Video
Alex Welch, CEO, Photobucket
Greg Kostello, CEO, vMix Media Inc.
Dmitry Shapiro, founder and CEO, Veoh Networks
Joseph Zaslow, VP & Senior Analyst, Jupiter Research, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Session B:
Citizen Media – Blogs, PODs, Activist Media & Personalized News
Dean Wright, Senior Vice President and Managing Editor, Reuters Consumer Services
Jason McCabe Calacanis, CEO, Weblogs, Inc. an AOL Company, Senior Vice President, AOL
JD Lasica, Executive Director and co-founder, Ourmedia.org
David Feinleib, Director, Mohr, Davidow Ventures (MDV)
Ted Shelton, founder and CEO, The Personal Bee
Jed Alpert, CEO of Rights Group, LLC
Maria Thomas, Vice President and General Manager, NPR Digital Media
Shelly Palmer, Managing Partner, Advanced Media Ventures Group LLC, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Session C:
Exploring the Web: The Ajax, Mashups, RSS, Streaming, Podcasting, Programmable Web
Seth Sternberg, co-founder, meebo
David Dudas, co-founder, CTO and VP of Engineering, Eyespot
Amy Lipton,
Director of Marketing, Global Media and Entertainment Industry, IBM
Mike Folgner, CEO & co-founder, Jumpcut
Greg Reinacker, founder, NewsGator
Ken Fromm, co-founder/Business Development, Loomia
Vassil Mladjov, founder and ceo, Blogtronix, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

2:35 PM – 3:45 PM
Session A:
Web 2.0 - The Next Iteration: How Next Generation Personalized Media is Rewiring the Web
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User Generated Media, Programmable Web, Podcasting, Mashups & Blogging - Transforming and Disassembling the World of Traditional Media, Communications & Advertising
Erik Flannigan, Vice President, Programming for Moviefone, AOL Music, AOL Radio and AOL Television, AOL LLC
Dan Monahan, Global Infotainment Segment Manager, Mobility Products Group, Intel, Inc.
Kris Jacob, EVP of Business Development, Sales and Marketing, PodShow
Erik Hawkins, CEO, Pure Video
Rodger Raderman, co-founder and Chief Marketing & Product Officer, Veeker
Gilles BianRosa, CEO, Azureus
Tim Chang, Principal, Gabriel Venture Partners, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Session B:
Social Networking on Mobile & on the Web: Content, Communications and Monetizing
Shawn Conahan, CEO, Intercasting
Mike Koss, Head Cheerleader, Blue Dot
William Volk, CEO, MyNuMo.com
Aaron Cohen, CEO and founder, Bolt Media
Michael Jones, founder and president, Userplane
Michael Grossi, VP of Business Development, HELIO, Inc.
Dorrian Porter, CEO, Mozes, Inc., Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Session C:
User Generated Content - Part II: An Internet, Communications and Advertising Transformation
Robert Levitan, CEO, Pando
Keith Richman, CEO, Break.com
Steve S. Jang, VP, Marketing and Business Development, imeem, inc.
Anthony Batt, CEO and co-founder, Buzznet
Bruce May, SVP of Corporate Development, WhiteBlox
Robert C. Raciti, Ph. D., Senior Vice President, GE Commercial Finance _ Global Media & Communications (GM&C), Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

4:10 PM – 5:15 PM
Session A:
Blogs, Mashups, Social Media, Wikis, and RSS as Mass Media – Blog Movements as Agents of Change
David Hyman, CEO and founder, MOG
Howard Kaushansky, founder and President, Umbria
Tom Gerace, CEO, gather.com
Louis Moynihan, Director of Strategy and Development, Pheedo
Chase Norlin, CEO, Pixsy Corporation
Mike Brown, Principal, Partech International
Michael Raneri, CEO, MeeVee, Inc.
Tom Merritt, Editor, CNET.com, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Session B:
Vlogs & Video Aggregators - Broadband and Mobile Video Blogging: Next Gen Entertainment and Journalism, Social Networking and Personal Communication
Mary Hodder, CEO, Dabble
Mike Hudack, CEO and co-founder, blip.tv
Dave Toole, co-founder and CEO, Outhink Media
Kevin Sladek, co-founder, VideoEgg
Josh Felser, CEO, Grouper Networks
Thomas Randolph, President, FrameFree® Technologies, Inc.
Bart Feder, President/CEO, The FeedRoom, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Session C:
Advertising NEXT: Pods, Social Nets, Blogs, Ims, Broadband and Mobile, - It's the Breakthrough Year!
Murgesh Navar, founder and CEO, Podbridge
Henry Copeland, founder, BlogAds
Don Loeb, Vice President, Business Development, Feedburner
Ian Wessman, Director of Creative Technology, Saatchi & Saatchi LA
Nancy Dunn, Vice President, Advertising Strategy, ClipSyndicate
Martin Green, Senior Vice President, CNET Networks Community
Andreas Stavropoulos, Managing Director, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Monday, October 23rd
5:15 PM End-of-Day Reception - Poolside at the Loews
Hosted by Fox Interactive Media


6:45 PM – The Consortium Dinner
The Web: The Next Iteration Consortium
Dinner co-hosted by Digital Hollywood and Intel Corp


Digital Hollywood Fall
The Agenda
Day One
Tuesday, October 24

9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Track I:
Contextual Media & Advertising: Transforming and Redefining the Relationship Between the Consumer, Advertising and Media Platforms
Alan Cohen, Executive Vice president, Managing Director, Initiative Innovations
Reggie Bradford, CEO, ViTrue, Inc.
David Tochterman, Executive Vice President/Executive Producer, ChannelBlast
Daren Gill, Vice President of Business Development, Entertainment, ChoiceStream
Greg Foster, Vice President of Corporate Development, TBS, Inc.
Doug Scott, Executive Director, Branded Content and Entertainment, Ogilvy & Mather, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Day-Long Mobile Entertainment Track
Hosted by MEF Americas


Track II:
The Rush to Mobile Video: Establishing and Monetizing a Revolutionary Entertainment and Communications Medium
George Linardos, Head of Branded Content and Aggregators, Forum Nokia, Americas
Bernard Gershon, Senior Vice President/General Manager, ABC News Digital Media Group
Michael Boyd, Senior Director, Business Development, QUALCOMM MediaFLO
Matteo Montan, Head of Global Products, Buongiorno Spa
Michael Arrieta, Senior Vice President, Sony Pictures Digital Sales and Marketing
Paul Nakayama, Sr. Director, Content Programming, Amp'd Mobile
Ken Rutkowski, founder, KenRadio Broadcasting, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
Television 2.0: As Cable, Telco, Satellite, OnDemand & Broadband Redefine the Future of Entertainment and Communications
Tracy Dolgin, president and CEO, YES Network
Ryan O'Hara, President, TV Guide Channel
Amy Friedlander, Senior Vice President, Programming, AT&T Operations
Ty Ahmad-Taylor, Senior Director, Interactive Products, Comcast Cable
David Del Beccaro, President/CEO, Music Choice
Alex Ben Block, Entertainment Industry Journalist & Author, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV:
Embracing the Connected Consumer - Entertainment, Content and Technology - From the Digital Home to the Mobile and Wi-Fi Universe
Michael Stich, Director of Service Provider Strategy, Texas Instruments DSP Systems
Udo Eberlein, founder and President, Nero, Inc.
Michael Rolnick, Partner, ComVentures
Mary Francia, Vice President Telecom Business Innovation, Sales and Marketing Home Networks Americas, Royal Philips Electronics
Steve Pappas, Global Industry Segment Leader, Media & Entertainment, EDS
Trevor Kaufman, CEO, Schematic
Eric Harber, VP of Corporate and Business Development, Qpass
Brian Cooley, Editor at Large, CNET.com, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

DVD Association Presents
Track V
Dispatches from the Front: The Next Gen Disc Format Wars
Andy Parsons, Senior Vice President of Product Development and Technical Support, Pioneer Electronics, Blu-Ray Disc Association
Mark Waring, Director, Sanyo Technology Center, HD DVD Group
Bernie Mitchell, President DVD Association, Moderator
Additional Speaker TBA
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

10:45 AM - Noon
Launch at Digital Hollywood – Part I
Co-Hosted by:
Hassan Miah, Managing Director, Oris Capital
Jay MacDonald, Partner, Digital Media & Technology, DeSilva & Phillips LLC
Presentations by:
I. CODE.TV
: Presentation by: Joseph Varet, CEO, CODE.TV
II. Ad Infuse: Presentation by: Ian Johnson, CEO and Founder, Ad Infuse
III. Sonopia: Presentation by: Juha Christensen, CEO, Sonopia
IV. Narrowstep, Inc.: Presentation by: Steve K. Beaumont, President and CEO, Narrowstep, Inc.
V. Cdigix, Presentation by: Larry Jacobson, chairman and CEO, Cdigix, Inc.
VI. Skyrider: Presentation by: Ed Kozel, founder, Skyrider
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
Jordan Levin, co-founder, Generate, former CEO of The WB
Jordan Hoffner, Head of News and Premium Content Partnerships, Google Video
Shawn Gold, CMO & Head of Marketing and Content, MySpace.com
John Penney, Senior Vice President, New Media Business Planning, HBO, Inc.
Albie Hecht, founder & CEO, Worldwide Biggies Inc.
Joe Michaels, Director, Business Development, MSN Entertainment, Microsoft
Alan Citron, General Manager, TMZ.com
Ira Rubenstein, Executive Vice President, Sony Pictures Digital, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track II:
Mobile Music: New Platforms + New Technology + More Music + Dynamic Marketplace
Adam Flick, Vice President, Marketing, Universal Music
Ken Hertz, Entertainment Attorney, Senior Partner, Goldring Hertz & Lichtenstein LLP
Andy Lipshultz, Director, Music Services, WiderThan
Jay Samit, Senior Vice President, Sony Digital Entertainment
Dave Ulmer, Senior Director of Marketing, Motorola iRadio, Motorola, Inc.
Cyrill Glockner, Senior Business Manager, Consumer Media Technology, Microsoft Corporation
Ted Cohen, Managing Partner, TAG Strategic, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
Ubiquitous Video to the Consumer: The Technology Enablers - Broadband, IPTV, Mobile & TV
Blake Krikorian, CEO, Sling Media
Frank Nein, Industry & Technology Analyst/Consultant, Verizon (ANJ) Video/Broadcast Portal
Gerard Grech, Strategy & Business Development Director, Content Partnerships and Services, Orange-France Telecom
David Britts, Partner, ComVentures
Andrew Thau, COO, Control Room
Michael Gordon, Co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer, Limelight Networks
Derek Kuhn, P.Eng., Senior Director Marketing and Business Development Media and Entertainment, Alcatel, 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
Peter Kang, Creative Director, Interactive and Emerging Technology, Saatchi & Saatchi LA
André Pagnac, Chief Executive Officer, Actimagine
David Thompson, Acquisition of Music, Broadcasting and Video, Sony Ericsson
Michael Lipson, Executive Vice President of Alliances and Operations, RAZZ, Inc.
Brian Marin, Chief Executive Officer, Retail Entertainment Design (RED)
Bhuvan Lall, President (Global), MCORP Global
Lauren Cole, President, Lauren Cole Media, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

DVD Association Presents
Track V
Advanced Interactivity on the Next Gen Formats
Bill Sheppard, Senior Industry Manager of Digital Television, Sun Microsystems
Kevin Collins,
Senior Program Manager, Microsoft
Daniel Koh, Mercury Ent. Ltd
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

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
Walter Delph, Director, Content & Programming, Verizon FiOS TV
Rob Bennett, GM, Video & Entertainment, MSN, Microsoft
Stephen Smyth, General Manager, Media, Americas, Reuters
Carolyn Wall, President, Narrowstep, North America
Chris Dorr, VP Video, Sony Connect, Sony Digital Entertainment
Kevin Donahue, Vice President, Content, YouTube
Jamie Patricof, co-CEO TheDailyReel.com, film producer, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track II:
Big Time Sports: The Franchises That Make Mobile, HD and Broadband Explode with Content and Commerce
David Kang, Senior Vice President, Entertainment, Major League Baseball Advanced Media
Adam Shaw, Senior Vice President, Distribution, Sales and Marketing, NFL Network
Brian Grey, SVP and General Manager, FOX Interactive Media
David Katz, Head of Yahoo! Sports and Yahoo! Studios, Yahoo! Media Group
Jimmy Lynn, Vice President, Partnerships and Strategic Development, AOL Sports
Evan J. Kamer, SVP, Managing Director, Octagon Digital Media, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
The PVR, DVR and VOD as a Disruptive Market Force: How Consumer Adaptation of Technology Determines the Future of Advertising and Programming
Tracey L. Scheppach, Vice President/Video Innovation Director, Starcom USA
Santo Politi, Co-founder and General Partner, Spark Capital
Mike Fidler, Chief Executive Officer, Digeo, Inc.
Bill Niemeyer, Chief of Analysis and Research, BlackArrow
Greg Weinstein, Director, On Demand Content & Development, MTV and Ad Lab
Lucy Goldenhersh, Vice President, Distribution--New Technologies, Lifetime Entertainment Services
Shahid Khan, Partner, Interactive Broadband Consulting, LLC, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV:
Mobile Commerce and Content - The Mobile Web, Off Deck Content, Mobile Search, Advertising and MVNO Options
Sanjaya Krishna, Senior Manager, Communications and Media Practice, KPMG
Scott Crowder, COO, Entriq
Lee Hancock, Chief Executive Officer and founder, go2
Bryan Biniak, Managing Director & Founder, Provenance Ventures, LLC
Joe Lynam, Chief Executive Officer, PaymentOne
Kyle Enright, Investment Manager, Intel Capital, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

12:30 PM - 1:45 PM

University Project Workshop
Developing the Next Generation of Entertainment, Media & Technology Thinkers and Visionaries – Science vs. Commerce vs. Theory
Bernard J. Luskin, Director, EVP Media Studies, Fielding Graduate University, Moderator
Tracy Fullerton,
Interactive Media Division, USC
Linda Sellheim,
Academic Director, Game Art and Design Art Institute SD
Michael Carter,
Chief Technology Officer, AFI Software Development
Bernie Laramie,
CEO, M.O.S Sync, Inc
Scot Byrd,
Publicist, Rhythm & Hues Studios
Dr. Jean Pierre Isbouts,
Professor Media Psychology, Fielding Graduate University
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

1:30 PM – 3:30 PM
DVD Association Presents
Track V
Understanding Hi-Def Displays and The Codecs That Work
Joe Kane, President, Joe Kane Productions: Author "Video Essentials
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

2:15 PM – 3:30 PM
Track I:
The Future of Enhanced Advertising: Addressing Brands, Message, Technology, Media and Entertainment
Joey Carson, CEO, Bunim/Murray Production
Tom Meyer, President of Davie-Brown Entertainment (DBE)
Carla Sinatra, Vice President, Plum TV
Barry Layne, Executive Vice President, National Lampoon
Eric Person, Director, Interactive, The Cimarron Group
Suzanne Kolb, Executive Vice President, Marketing and Communications, E! Networks
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
Daniel Tibbets, Executive Vice President, STUDIOS, GoTV Networks
Mike Bailey, Senior Director, Programming, QUALCOMM MediaFLO
Tammy Franklin, Vice President, Business Development, Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. (TBS, Inc.)
Douglas Craig, Vice President, Programming, New Media Operations, Discovery Communications
Ravi Belwal, Technical Services And Consultancy, Forum Nokia Americas
Mark Young, Head of Business Development and Strategy, Disney Mobile
Ralph Simon, Chairman Emeritas, Mobile Entertainment Forum – Americas & President/CEO, The Mobilium Group, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
Games - Crossover into Music, TV, Cable, Broadband & Movies - Advertainment & Custom Branded Experience
Gordon Bellamy, executive consultant, MTV Networks
Don L. Daglow, President and CEO, Stormfront Studios
Doug Booms, Senior Director of Business Development, Double Fusion
Dr. Lars Buttler, CEO, Trion World Network
Kevin Kraff, Director, Global Brand Management, THQ
David Getson, CEO, g-NET Media
Russell G. Weiss, Partner, Morrison & Foerster LLP, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV:
The TV and Set-top as the Consumer Gateway to Entertainment & Information – Set-Top, Broadband, Guides & PVRs
Tara Maitra, VP Content Services, TIVO
James Glasscock, Group, Vice President, Video On Demand, Playboy Entertainment
Philip W. Schuman, founder, HighView Media
Larry Smith, COO, Archos
John Burke, General Manager, Connected Home Solutions, Corporate Vice President, Motorola, Inc.
David L. Meister, founder & former CEO, The Tennis Channel, founder, The Sundance Channel
Adam Mayer,
Director, Strategy & Business Development, Scientific Atlanta, A Cisco Company
Aditya Kishore, Director, Global Media & Entertainment, The Yankee Group, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

2:15 PM – 3: 30 PM
University Project Workshop
Research, Development and Investment in Entertainment Technologies and Media Studies Innovation: From the University to Industry Application
Philip Cruver, President/CEO, Kidz Online
Todd Richmond, Managing Director, Annenberg School
Rajit Gadh, Director, UCLA's Wireless Internet for the Mobile Enterprise Consortium
Tim Langdell, Ph.D., Chair, Department of Media, School of Media & Communication, National University
Anna Deane Berman, UCLA Laboratory of Neuro Imaging
Suzanne Stefanac, Director, AFI Digital Content Lab
Martin Perlmutter, Executive Producer, META-4
Stuart Volkow, Contributing Editor, CMS Newsline
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, Podcasting, Games and Mobile
Tim Hanlon, Senior Vice President, Ventures, Denuo - A Publicis Groupe Company
Peter Kang, Creative Director, Interactive and Emerging Technology, Saatchi & Saatchi LA
Rob Petty, CEO, ROO
Walter Schild, founder & CEO, Genex
Scott L. Brown, Senior Vice President, Strategic Relationships, Marketing and Technology: Nielsen Media Research
Fred Smith, CEO, IdeaCast
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:
Mobile Video & TV – Content Innovation, Technology & Platforms that Make the System Go
Paul Scanlan, co-founder and Chief Operating Officer, MobiTV
Bob Shallow, General Manager, Mobile, Gemstar-TV Guide International
Matthew Feldman, President and CEO, Versaly Entertainment
Rutton Ruttonsha, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Business Line Personal Entertainment Solutions, NXP Semiconductors
Mahesh Balakrishnan, Vice President and Head of Business Development, Thomson
Elizabeth Brooks, Executive Vice President, Marketing, GoTV Networks
Cliff Friedman, Managing Member of Constellation Ventures, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
Targeted Search and Browsers as Content and Information Platform: Aggregating Markets and Advertising
Andrew Pancer, COO, About.com
Suranga Chandratillake, co-founder, blinkx
Manish Chandra, CEO and founder, Kaboodle
Sandeep Swadia, Senior Director, Strategic Market Development, FAST Search & Transfer
Rob Lord, CEO, Songbird
Steven Marder, CEO, Eurekster
Sesh Srinivasan, CTO, Kosmix
Brian Glicklich, Senior Vice President, Digital Media, Premiere Radio Networks, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV:
The Revolutionized Digital Workflow Experience:
Understanding How Information Technology, Broadcast & Entertainment Production Merge
Spencer Stephens, VP & GM Motion Pictures Imaging, Warner Bros. Advanced Media Services
Mike Pusateri, VP Technology Development, Disney-ABC Television Group
Jonathan Goldstein, President, Snell & Wilcox, Inc.
John Footen, Director of Software Systems Engineering at National TeleConsultants
Mark Kapczynski, Co-Founder & CEO, MESoft
Steven L. Canepa, Vice President, Media & Entertainment Industry, IBM Corp., Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

DVD Association Presents
3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
Authoring Tools For Next Gen Discs
Rolf Hartley, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Sonic Professional Products Group
Nathan Gentner, Product Manager, Digital Video & Audio - Adobe
Additional Speakers TBA
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

5:00 PM – Open to all Attendees
End-of-Day Poolside Reception
Sponsorsed by Motorola




6:45 PM – The Consortium Dinner

I. Venture and Private Equity Consortium at Digital Hollywood
Dinner Hosted by:


6:45 PM – The Consortium Dinner
II. Hollywood and the Digital Consumer Consortium: Music, Movies, TV, News & Sports - Consortium at Digital Hollywood
Dinner Hosted by Entriq:




6:45 PM – The Consortium Dinner
III. Mobile TV, Film & Video Consortium
Dinner Hosted by MobiTV:



6:45 PM – The Consortium Dinner
IV. OnDemand Content & Technologies Consortium: Cable, Mobile, Broadband, Telco & Satellite


Day Two
Wednesday, October 25
Digital Hollywood Seminars
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Track I:
Rightsholder Options: Evaluating Rights & Licensing in an Exploding Cross Platform Distribution Universe
Chris Carvalho, Business Development, Lucasfilm
David Ring, Senior V.P. Business Affairs & Business Development, Universal Music Group, eLabs
Marc Morgenstern, Vice President, Rights Holder Relations & Music, Navio
Ron Milkes, General Counsel, Control Room
Warner Bros., speaker to be announced
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
Neil McGuiness, Vice President of Entertainment and Comedy, IMG Media
Lisa Black, Senior Vice President, Digital Media, Si TV
Maria Thomas, Vice President and General Manager, NPR Digital Media
JD Heilprin, Executive Vice President, Control Room
Chris Petrovic, VP, Business Development, Playboy Entertainment Group
Jeff Shultz, Co-Founder, CEO, CONCERT.TV
Adam Stewart, Vice President, National Sales, Western Region, Screenvision
Adrian Sexton, Partner, TAG Strategic, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
Internet Video, Advertising & Marketing: The Next Generation of Consumer Reach
Jay Adelson, CEO, Revision 3
Jon Vlassopulos, Vice President, Business Development, Strategic Planning and New Media, Endemol USA
Scott Roesch, VP and GM, AtomFilms
Henk van Niekirk, Vice President, CNET Networks Entertainmen
Robert Aitken, Product Manager - Online Video, Associated Press
Richard Sussman, Director of Media and Entertainment, Nielsen//NetRatings
Stephen Condon, Vice President, Marketing, Entriq, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV:
IPTV Digital Home: Gateway to Expanded Content & Services - Movies, Music, Broadband, VOIP, Wireless and DVR
Jay Fausch, Senior Director of Strategic Marketing, Fixed Communications Group, Alcatel
Marc Bernstein, IPTV Solutions Architect, Juniper Networks
Eran Wagner, Vice President, Head of Product Strategy, Amdocs Products Group
Mark Samuel, General Manager, BCT Telco & Operator, BU Home, NXP Semiconductors
Kenneth A. Wright, Chief Technology Officer, C-COR
Jack Chan, Senior Product Marketing Manager, BigBand Networks
Ben Mendelson, founder & President, Interactive Television Alliance, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

10:30 AM - Noon
University Project Workshop
Envisioning the Future of Digital Entertainment – As a Student Curriculum, as a Cultural Prototype and as a Digital Lifestyle
Kenn Heller, Associate Director of UCLA's Center for Student Programming, moderator
Mary C. Schaffer, Assistant Professor, Multimedia, Cinema and Television Arts, California State University, Northridge
Jeannie Novak, founder & CEO, Indiespace
Kathy Smith, Chair of Animation/Digital Arts, USC
John Tarnoff, Senior Executive, DreamWorks Animation
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
Derek Broes, Senior Director, Consumer Media Technology Group, Microsoft Corp.
Henry Juszkiewicz, Chairman and CEO, Gibson Guitar Corp.
Fritz E. Attaway, Executive Vice President and Washington General Counsel, Motion Picture Association of America, Inc
Reed Stager, Chairman, Digital Watermarking Alliance
Michael Petricone, Senior Vice President, Government Affairs, Consumer Electronics Association
David Richardson, Dirctor, Business Development, NDS Group
Molly Wood, Executive Editor, CNET.com, 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
Anthony Bay, Chairman and co-founder, MOD Systems,
LaSean Smith, Senior Marketing Manager, Motorola, Inc.
Avikk S. Ghose, Director of Business Development, MERCORA
Craig Palmer, President and CEO, Gracenote
Anu Kirk, Director of Product Management of Music, Rhapsody team, Real Networks
Ty Braswell, VP, Content Development, Music, Sony Digital Entertainment
Ted Cohen, Managing Partner, TAG Strategic, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
Bridging TV and Broadband: Strategic Relationships - Advertising, Technology & Content
Greg Fawcett, VP, Business Development, IMG World
Vivian Schiller, Senior VP & General Manager, NYTimes.com
Robert Hayes, Senior Vice President, General Manager, Digital Media, Showtime Networks
Keith Kocho, founder, ExtendMedia
Rob Petty, CEO, ROO
Michael Quigley, Executive Director, Business Development, TBS, Inc.
Tina Imm, Vice President, Digital Media, VH1
Will Richmond, President, Broadband Directions LLC, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV:
The Networked Entertainment Home - the PVR/DVR – the Set-Top & PC Entertainment Server
Frank Sandoval, Senior Software Architect, Advanced Platforms & Services, CableLabs
Nick Chakalos, Senior Director, Software Product Management, Connected Home Solutions, Motorola, Inc.
Rick DeGabrielle, President and Chief Executive Officer, Arroyo
Scott Vouri, General Manager, Multimedia Business Unit, NVIDIA Corporation
Stephen Mannel, Offerings Executive, Cable and Broadband Solutions, IBM Corporation
Bill Sheppard, Senior Business Develoment Manager, Sun Microsystems
John Gildred, Vice President of Engineering, Pioneer
Rick Doherty, co-founder and Director, The Envisioneering Group, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

DVD Association Presents
10:45 AM - Noon
Conquering Next Gen Optical Discs
Russ Moffat, Director Operations, Interactive Media – Ascent Media
Jess Bowers, Director, Technical Services, 1K STUDIOS
Jeff Huang, Managing Director – Elektrofilm
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

12:30 AM - 1:45 PM
Launch at Digital Hollywood - Part II
Companies will be selected to present company products and business plans. This session is part of the Venture, Private Equity and M&A Consortium
Co-Hosted by:
Arthur C. Chang, President, Tipping Point Partners, LLC
Peter Levin, President, Bellrock Media
I. Teamdating: Presentation by: Ray Doustdar, President, Teamdating & Kipp Gillian, Chief Operating Officer and Co-Founder, Teamdating
II. Fourspots, presenter to be announced
III. Cracked Entertainment: Presentation by: Monty Sarhan, CEO & Editor-in-Chief, Cracked Entertainment
IV. MEDIAPASS™ Network: Presentation by: Daniel P. Harris, CEO & Founder,
V. Diversion Media: Presentation by: Nicholas Butterworth, Founder & CEO, Diversion Media LLC
VI. MyWire Media, Inc., speaker to be announced
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, Part I
Brad Hunt, Executive Vice President, Chief Technology Officer, Motion Picture Association of America, Inc
Bill Schick, Client Industry Executive, Media & Entertainment, EDS
Donald E. Leake, Program Director for Copy, Protection Business Development, IBM Research Division
Usha Srinivasan, Sr. Director, MPAA Solutions, Macrovision
Tom Jacobs, Director of Research, Sun Labs, Manager, Voodoo Sciences Research Department
Robert Schumann, General Manager, Cinea
Richard LeVine, Senior Manager, Accenture, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track II:
Movies, OnDemand Content and Broadband - Via the PC - Via the Set-Top: Technology & Content
Mary Coller Albert, Chief Marketing Officer, Movielink
Bruce David Eisen, President, CinemaNow, Inc.
Josh Goldman, CEO, Akimbo
Carl Crabill, Vice President, Sales and Marketing, MovieBeam
Brian Taptich, Vice President of Business Development, BitTorrent
Brad Singer, Executive Vice President, PaymentOne
Lisa Crane Greer, CEO, Media Venture Advisors, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
Rethinking Advertising: VOD, DVR, Broadband & Mobile - New Video Platforms, New Video Paradigms
Martin J. Yudkovitz, Senior Vice President, Corporate Strategy and Business Development, The Walt Disney Company
Will Griffin, CEO, DoD™
Kenneth Papagan, Executive Vice President, Business Development & Strategic Planning, Rentrak Corporation
Dean Scheu, Director of Business Development, Charter Media, West/Midwest Division
Braxton Jarratt, SVP Marketing and Business Development, TANDBERG Television
Andrew Ward, VP of Strategic Alliances, Comcast Spotlight
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
Edward Skolarus, Vice President, Business and Operations, FOX Reality
Jim Turner, Vice President, Interactive, A&E Television Networks
Chris Lucas, Vice President/Executive Producer, Digital Media, Showtime Networks
Jon Dakss, Director of iTV Product Development, NBC Universal
Stephanie Quay, Site Director, TV.com, CNET Networks Inc.
Lydia Loizides, Vice President, Director, Media and Technology Experience Analytics for The Consumer Experience Practice, Interpublic Media
Turner Entertainment, speaker to be announced
Jeff Binder, President, Broadbus Technologies, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

The University Project Workshop

2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Inventing Next Generation Communications - Interdisciplinary Collaboration – Computer Science, Engineering, Design & Personal & Social Communication
David Traub, VP Business Development, Vidiva - moderator
Jeff Burke, Executive Director, UCLA Center for Research in Engineering, Media and Performance
Stuart Sim, Senior Architect, e-Learning and Collaboration, Sun Microsystems
Sirah Vetesse, Author and Educator
Steven Berman, Consultant, UCLA/ DC Government
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Track I:
DRM Implementation in Media and Entertainment: From Standardization to Implementation of New Technology Strategies, Part II
Kevin English, Senior Vice President, Media and Entertainment Vertical Business Unit, Satyam
Steve Oetegenn, Executive Vice President, Verimatrix
Talal G. Shamoon, Chief Executive Officer, Intertrust
Rob Logan, Chief Executive Officer, CONTENTGUARD, Inc.
Randall Crockett, Senior Vice President, DRM Networks
Mark Heninger, founder & CMO, DreamTank
Bill Grubbs, Director of Media and Entertainment, SAVVIS Communications
Arlene Zeichner, Principal, Selavy Associates, 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
Dave Williams, CMO, Atom Entertainment & GM, Shockwave.com
John Jones, Senior Vice President, Programming, MusicNet
Stuart Snyder, General Manager, GameTap, a TBS Entertainment Network
Ted May, Vice President, Content and Value Added Services, Synacor
Jeff Lanctot, VP/General Manager, Avenue A | Razorfish
Don Kosak, Chief Technology Officer, Lycos
Lisa Osborne, Production Manager, 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
David O. Higley, Managing Director & Head of Digital Media Technologies, UBS Investment Bank
Mike Buckley, Director of Strategic Investments, Intel Capital, Intel Corporation
Sun Jen Yung, Managing Director, Investment Banking, Oppenheimer & Co. Inc.
George Zachary, General Partner, Charles River Ventures
Roland Van der Meer, co-founder, ComVentures
Todd Dagres, founder and General Partner, Spark Capital
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 for Content Providers & Networks
David Bankston, Executive Vice President & CTO, Neighborhood America
Caroline Marks, Director, Content Development, Comcast Interactive Media
Mike Lanza, CEO, Click TV
Steve Semelsberger, Vice President, Business Development, Pluck
Suzanne Johnson, Senior Producct Marketing Manager, Akamai, Moderator
Additional speakers to be announced
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

DVD Association Presents
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Putting Sizzle in Next Gen Optical Discs
Chris Armbrust, Senior Process Engineer, DVD – Technicolor Creative Services
Randy Berg, Director, Strategic Planning, Deluxe Digital Studios
Additional Speakers – TBA
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
Track I:
Entertainment Expands the Digital Home: Networking, Sharing and Protecting
Jack Guedj, PhD., President and C.E.O., Magnum Semiconductor, Inc.
Peter B. Kaars, Director of Business Development, Philips Consumer Electronics
Richard Bullwinkle, VP of products and Chief Evangelist, Mediabolic
Brian Hofstetter, Director of Marketing, Connected Entertainment, Zoran Corporation
Brett Marl, Chief Technology Officer, Pure Networks
Billy McNair, co-founder and CEO, Peerflix
Ross Rubin, Director of Industry Analysis, The NPD Group, 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
Mark Spates, Vice President, Brands, Heavy.com
Mark Larkin, Executive Producer, CNET Broadband and Webcasting, CNET Networks Inc.
Jason Oberfest, Managing Director, Product Strategy, LA Times
Charlie Whittingham, Vice President, Sales, Advertising.com
Gary M. Bishop, Deputy Director, Strategic Outreach Directorate, U.S Army Accessions Command
Andy Beers, Andy Beers and Associates, Ltd, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
Digital Home Entertainment Complex: Movies & Music Everywhere - Servers to Set-tops and Home Gateways
Bill Correll, Telecommunications & Digital Media Consultant
Rob Pait, Director, Global Consumer Electronics Marketing, Seagate Technology
Bradley James, Vice President, Technology, Technicolor
Bill Holmes, VP of Consumer Electronics, DivX, Inc
Larry Namer, Senior Advisor/Head of US Operations, EUROCINEMA
Harshul Sanghi, Investment Manager, Motorola Ventures
Tony Greenberg, CEO, RampRate Sourcing Advisors/Research, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV:
Micropayments & MicroEconomies - Establishing a New E-Commerce Gateway to the Future
Carol L. Realini, Chief Executive Officer, Obopay
Victoria Glickman Hodgkins, Director, Business Development & Marketing, Peppercoin
Leslie Poole, Chief Executive Officer, Javien Digital Payment Solutions
Fran Heeran, Chief Technical Officer, Valista
Douglas Knopper, Chief Executive Officer, BitPass
Tom Meredith, President, P2P Cash
Teague Donahey, Senior Associate, Sidley Austin LLP, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

5:00 PM – Open to all Attendees
Reception

I. 6:45 PM - The Consortium Dinner
- by invitation only
Digital Rights, Content Rights & Anti-Piracy Consortium
Dinner Hosted by SAVVIS




II. 6:45 PM - The Consortium Dinner
- by invitation only
Digital Music Consortium at Digital Hollywood: Mobile, Broadband, PODs & TV
Dinner Hosted by DRM Networks


6:45 PM – The Consortium Dinner
III. Reinventing Advertising: VOD, PVR, Broadband, Games, PODs & Mobile Consortium at Digital Hollywood


Day Three
Thursday, October 26
9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
Track I:
DTV, Broadband, Set-Top and Interactive Content & Advertising Experience - Enabling Entertainment Choice via Interactive Guides and Gateways
Joe Franzetta, SVP, Programmer Sales, TANDBERG Television
Morgan Guenther, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Airplay Network, Inc.
Colin Dixon, Senior Analyst & IP Media Practice Manager, The Diffusion Group
Jodie McAfee, Senior Vice President, Corporate Development and Marketing, The Media Group
Bill Niemeyer, Chief of Analysis and Research, DiMA Group
Meredith Flynn-Ripley, Chief Executive Officer, Integra5
Tejpaul Bhatia, President, Tej Media Networks, Inc., Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track II:
The Broadband Video Tipping Point: Availability of Vast Content and Portability - Broadband, ITV, Mobile & DTV
Leonard J. Ostroff, CEO, Rovion
Markus Almer, president and co-founder, Almer/Blank
Andy Addis, Executive Vice President of Marketing, Hillcrest Labs
Janet Van Pelt, President and CEO, Anystream
Trevor Cornwell, President and Chief Executive Officer, Broadband Television Network Corporation
Robert Whitmore, CEO & co-founder, NPOWR Digital Media Inc. (stimTV™Network)
Russell Zack, Chief Operating Officer, Cauldron Solutions
Kipp Marcus, Vice President of Creative & Content Acquisition, iAmplify.com, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
Protecting Your Intellectual Property - The Policies and Technologies for Managing Risk
Filippo Puglisi-Alibrandi, Director, KPMG’s Advisory Services
Jon Goldman, Chief Executive Officer, Foundation 9 Entertainment
George Borkowski, Partner, Mitchell Slberberg & Knupp
Reza Rassool, Chief Engineer, Widevine Technologies, Inc.
Trent Larson, Director, Digital Media, Protiviti
David Bloom, Journalist, Words and Deeds, Moderator
Additional speaker to be announced
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV:
Video Distribution Across Platforms: Broadband, IPTV, Cable, TV and Mobile
Anup Murarka, Director, Technical Marketing, Mobile and Devices, Adobe Systems Inc.
Mark Fears, Director, Product Development, ViewCast
Gary Gannaway, CEO, WorldNow
Marc Tayer, SVP of Marketing & Business Development, Imagine Communications
Adam Bleibtreu, President, Gas Station TV
Norman Liang, Business Development Manager, Technology Collaboration Solutions, IBM Corp.
Katherine L. Parker, Internet, Media & Entertainment Industry Sales Global Business Development Manager, Sun Microsystems, Inc., 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
Jian Zhao, CTO, Thomson Content Security
Jonathan Lee, Vice President of Business Development, MediaDefender, Inc.
Les Ottolenghi, founder & CEO, INTENT MediaWorks
Avikk S. Ghose, Director of Business Development, MERCORA
John Desmond, VP, MediaSentry Services, SafeNet
Daniel P. Harris, CEO MediaPass® Network
Marty Lafferty, Chief Executive Officer, Distributed Computing Industry Association (DCIA), Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track II:
Advertising Innovation! OnDemand, In-Game, Social Networks, RSS, Blogs, PODs & Mobile
Nicholas Longano, President - New Media, Massive Incorporated
Jeff Herrmann, Vice President, Nielsen Media
Lawrence Braitman, Chief Executive Officer, Adify
Josh Crandall, Managing Director, Media-Screen
Chet Kanojia, CTO, Navic Networks, Inc.
Craig Besnoy, Vice President, Business Development, Imaginova Corp.
Omar Hamoui, Founder & CEO, AdMob
Peter Daley, Equity Research Analyst, Digital Media, Rutberg & Company, LLC, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
All Video-All the Time: Next Generation in Media Technologies – Creating and Maintaining a Rich Media Internet & Mobile Based Broadcasting Networks & Video Aggregators
Jack Perry, President & CEO, Decisionmark
Mark Pascarella, founder & President, Gotuit Media
David Graves, president and CEO, PermissionTV
Eric Elia, VP, Content and Online Services, Brightcove
Art Bushnell, Vice President, Sales and Business Development, Voxant
David Clarke, Vice President, Business Development, SearchForVideo
Todd Boes, Vice President of Marketing, Maven Networks
Scott Ehrlich, CEO, Red Tie, Inc., Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV:
Expanding the Horizons of Search and Personalization – The Cross Platform Application – Mobile, Broadband, Computer & TV
Mike Brady, Senior Director, Business Development, Fast Search & Transfer™
Atakan Cetinsoy, VP Business Products, MyStrands
Elliott Easterling, General Manager, Red Brick Media
Brady O. Bruce, Senior Vice President of Telecom Products and Services, Promptu
Andy Jagoe, CEO and founder, 3jam
Mike Nowak, The Product Guy, Plum
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
Jamie Perlman, Business Development, SNOCAP, Inc.
Stephen Murray, founder and President of Entertainment, BurnLounge
Ben Patterson, Senior Vice President, GMG Entertainment
Scott Fedewa, Senior Vice President & Executive Producer, Live Nation
John Rosso, Senior Vice President, Affiliate Relations and Business Administration, ABC Radio Networks
Michael Weiss, President & CEO, StreamCast Networks
Steve Skrzyinarz, CEO and founder, Soundflavor
Kelli Richards, President, The All Access Group, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track II
The Future of TV Distribution: VOD, DVR & IPTV
Ian Blaine, CEO, thePlatform
David Baron, Vice President, Digital Media, News Corp
Rex Wong, CEO, DAVE TV
Larry Gerbrandt, SVP/GM, Neilsen Analytics
Andrew Solmssen, Executive Vice President, Schematic
Jim Denny, Vice President, Product Marketing, Tivo
Lori H. Schwartz, Senior Vice President, Director of Emerging Media, Interpublic Emerging Media Lab
Seth Shapiro, New Amsterdam Media Inc., (Two-time Emmy® Award winner), Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
Telcos, IPTV & the Technology Food Chain: From the Broadband Infrastructure to the Headend, ITV Services and the Set-Top
Sam Pemberton, CEO & President of Softel-USA
Josette Bonte, Vice President, Content and IPTV, Ovum
Hemang Mehta, Product Management Director, Microsoft TV
Gianluca Ferremi, Video and Media Worldwide Business Manager, Sun Microsystems
Gary Sasaki, President, digdia
Ken Pyle, co-founder, Viodi, LLC, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track IV:
Personalized Video and Broadband Media: ITV, Broadband, Social Networks & Mobile - Content, Communication & Commerce
Ron Stevens, CEO, Pixpo
Chris Williams, co-founder & CEO , FanLib
Mark Ghuneim, Chief Executive Officer, Wiredset
Michael Papish, President & CEO, MediaUnbound
Mihai Crasneanu, founder and CEO, glowria
Allison Dollar, founder & CEO, Interactive Television Alliance, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track V:
VoIP and Web Phone Applications: Web 2.0 Implications for Communications, Advertising and Content
Matt Wisk, Executive Vice President, Chief Marketing Officer, United Online, Inc.
Dave Weinstein, co-founder, Vice President of Marketing and Business Development, Casabi
John Harris, Chairman and CTO, Viseon Inc
Scott Faber, Creator/Co-Founder and General Manager, Ether
Thomas Randolph, President, FrameFree® Technologies, Inc., Moderator
Additional speakers to be announced
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
Gregory L. Clayman, President, VS Media, Inc.
Marc A. Brown, Head of Mobile TV, Waat Media
Jay Grdina, President of Clubjenna, Inc.
Farley Cahen, Publisher, AVN Online (Adult Video News)
Holt Gardiner, Managing Director, Owner and Founder of Eclipse Entertainment Capital, LLC ("Eclipse").
Tom Hymes, Publisher, XBIZ | The Industry Source, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track II:
Alternative Media & Advertising: Personalized Consumer Broadband, RSS Feeds, Blogging and Podcasting
Mark Moore, CEO and co-founder , One True Media
Robin Hopper, founder and CEO, iUpload
John Detwiler, founder & Chief Executive Officer, MoQvo
Andrew Littlefield, President and CEO, Doppelganger
Whitney Alderson, Director, On-Air & New Media Promotion, KCRWmusic.com
Sean Downey, Vice President of Sales, VeriSign Information Services
Lincoln Silver, VP Internet Marketing, Jingle Networks
Nick Desai, chairman and founder, Juice Wireless, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here

Track III:
Personalized Music and Video Experience – Mobile and Broadband - Social Networking: Breakthroughs in Messaging, Music, Video Capabilities & Advertising
Rajeev Raman, CEO, MyWavez
Zaw Thet, CEO & co-founder, 4INFO
Joel Smernoff, President and COO, Paltalk
Brad Inman, founder and CEO, TurnHere
Mariana Danilovic, Managing Director, Hollywood Portfolio, LLC
Louisa Shipnuck, Global Media and Entertainment Industry Leader, IBM Institute for Business Value (IBV)
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
Sara Francis, Senior Account Executive, Deep Focus
Stacy Melle, Vice President, Marketing, NBC Universal Cable
Mathieu Nouzareth, President, BOONTY Inc.
Clarke De Pastino, Vice President, Entertainment & Lifestyle, Streetwise Concepts and Culture
Yael Elish, President and CEO, eSnips
Pete Snyder, CEO, New Media Strategies
Marissa Gluck, founder and Managing Partner, Radar Research, LLC, Moderator
For Session Description & Speaker Bios Click Here









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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 Fall
Date: October 23-26, 2006
Location: Santa Monica, Calif., Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel
Hotel Information: Click Here
Registration: The All-Access Conference fee will be $585 per. To register, Click Here
Exhibit and Sponsor Information - Click Here
Volunteers - Click Here
Email Announcement List,
Click Here

Conference Fees
$585 - All-Access Registration
$350 - One Day Digital Hollywood Conference Ticket
$425 - Academic and Analyst Discount Registration - All-Access to All Sessions


Special co-located Conference:
P2P Media Summit
Monday, October 23rd - Separate Registration - Click Here


Monday, October 23rd
5:15 PM End-of-Day Reception - Poolside at the Loews
Hosted by Fox Interactive Media



6:45 PM – The Consortium Dinner
The Web: The Next Iteration Consortium
Dinner co-hosted by Digital Hollywood and Intel Corp



Tuesday, October 24th
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
End-of-Day Poolside Reception
Sponsorsed by Motorola



6:45 PM – The Consortium Dinner
II. OnDemand Content & Technology Consortium: Cable, Mobile, Broadband, Telco & Satellite
Dinner Hosted by IBM:



6:45 PM – The Consortium Dinner

I. Venture and Private Equity Consortium at Digital Hollywood
Dinner Hosted by DeSilva & Phillips:


6:45 PM – The Consortium Dinner
III. Mobile TV, Film & Video Consortium
Dinner Hosted by MobiTV:


Wednesday, October 25th
I. 6:45 PM - The Consortium Dinner
Digital Rights, Content Rights & Anti-Piracy Consortium
Dinner Hosted by SAVVIS


II. 6:45 PM - The Consortium Dinner
Digital Music Consortium at Digital Hollywood: Mobile, Broadband, PODs & TV
Dinner Hosted by DRM Networks



The Tracks & Consortium Meetings at Digital Hollywood
I. DRM, Content Rights & Piracy Consortium at Digital Hollywood Dinner
II. The Web, Social Networks & The Net Economy Consortium
III. Hollywood and the Digital Consumer Consortium
IV. VC, Private Equity & M&A Consortium - The Launch at Digital Hollywood - Click Here
V. OnDemand Content & Technology Consortium: Cable, Mobile, Broadband, Telco & Satellite
VI.
Mobile Film, TV and Video Content Development Track Info and Consortium at Digital Hollywood
VII. Digital Home Track & Hollywood and the Digital Consumer: Music, Movies, TV, News & Sports - Consortium at Digital Hollywood
VIII. Digital Music Consortium at Digital Hollywood: Mobile, Broadband, PODs & TV
IX. Reinventing & Branded Advertising Track Consortium
X. The University Project at Digital Hollywood
XI. DVD Association Consortium at DigitalHollywood
XII. Casual, Multiplayer & Broadband Games Consortium Advisory Committee
XIII. Digital Production World at Digital Hollywood (Advisory Committee in formation) – Defining the Future of Visual Creativity


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Express Links to Themed Track:
The Web, Social Networks and the Net Economy
Monday, October 23
1:00 PM – 2:15 PM
User Generated Content
Citizen Media
Exploring the Web
2:35 PM – 3:45 PM
Web 2.0 - The Next Iteration
Social Networking on Mobile & the Web
User Generated Content
4:10 PM – 5:15 PM
Blogs, Mashups, Social Media, Wikis, and RSS
Vlogs & Video Aggregators
Advertising NEXT
Tuesday, October 24
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Contextual Media & Advertising
10:45 AM - Noon
Hollywood and the Digital Consumer
12:30 PM – 1:45 PM
Track I:
Hollywood Reinvented!
3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
Targeted Search and Browsers
Wednesday, October 25
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Internet Video, Advertising & Marketing
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Social Networks & User Generated Media
3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
Micropayments & MicroEconomies
Thursday, October 26
9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
The Broadband Video Tipping Point
11:05 AM - 12:20 PM
Advertising Innovation!
All Video-All the Time
Expanding the Horizons of Search
12:50 PM - 2:00 PM
Track IV:
Personalized Video and Broadband
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Alternative Media & Advertising
Personalized Music and Video Experience
Building Brands


Express Links to Themed Track:
OnDemand Content & Technology: Broadband, TV, Cable, IPTV, Games & Mobile
Tuesday, October 24
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Track III:
Television 2.0

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 II:
Big Time Sports
Track III:
The PVR, DVR and VOD as a Disruptive Market Force
2:15 PM – 3:30 PM
Track IV:
The TV and Set-top as the Consumer Gateway
Wednesday, October 25
Digital Hollywood Seminars
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
IPTV Digital Home
10:45 AM - Noon
Bridging TV and Broadband
12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
Movies, OnDemand Content and Broadband
Track IV:
TV & Interactivity
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Subscription, Download & Advertising Models
Digital Home Entertainment Complex
Thursday, October 26th
12:50 PM - 2:00 PM
The Future of TV Distribution


Express Links to Themed Track:
Mobile TV, Video, Music - Content & Technology Track
Monday, October 23
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Mobile Video & TV
Tuesday, October 24
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
The Rush to Mobile Video
Track IV:
Embracing the Connected Consumer

10:45 AM - Noon
Mobile Music: New Platforms
Video Bling! Audio Bling
12:30 PM – 1:45 PM
Mobile Commerce and Content
2:15 PM – 3:30 PM
Movies, TV and Video for Mobile
3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
Mobile Video & TV Platforms


Express Links to Themed Track:
Reinventing Advertising: VOD, PVR, Broadband, Games, PODs & Mobile
Monday, October 23rd
1:00 PM – 2:15 PM
User Generated Content - Part I
2:35 PM – 3:45 PM
Web 2.0 - The Next Iteration
User Generated Content - Part II
4:10 PM – 5:15 PM
Advertising NEXT
Tuesday, October 24
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Contextual Media & Advertising
10:45 AM - Noon
Hollywood and the Digital Consumer
2:15 PM – 3:30 PM
The Future of Enhanced Advertising
Games - Crossover into Music, TV, Cable, Broadband & Movies
3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
Advertising Strategies in the Diversified Digital Culture
Wednesday, October 25
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Branded Media Marketing
Internet Video, Advertising & Marketing
12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
Rethinking Advertising: VOD, DVR, Broadband & Mobile
TV & Interactivity: Evolving Content & Business Models
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Subscription, Download & Advertising Models
3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
Broadband Advertising: The Power Surge
Thursday, October 26th
11:05 AM - 12:20 PM
Advertising Innovation!
12:50 PM - 2:00 PM
Personalized Video and Broadband Media
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Alternative Media & Advertising
Personalized Music and Video Experience
Building Brands, Hollywood Style





Express Links to Themed Track:
Digital Rights Management, Content Rights & Anti-Piracy
Wednesday, October 25
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Rightsholder Options

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 Implementation in Media and Entertainment

3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
Track I:
Entertainment Expands the Digital Home

Micropayments & MicroEconomies
Thursday, October 26
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


Express Links to Themed Track:
Mobile TV, Video, Music - Content & Technology Track
Monday, October 23
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Mobile Video & TV
Tuesday, October 24
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
The Rush to Mobile Video
Track IV:
Embracing the Connected Consumer

10:45 AM - Noon
Mobile Music: New Platforms
Video Bling! Audio Bling
12:30 PM – 1:45 PM
Mobile Commerce and Content
2:15 PM – 3:30 PM
Movies, TV and Video for Mobile
3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
Mobile Video & TV Platforms

Express Links to Themed Track:
Hollywood and the Digital Consumer
Tuesday, October 24
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Television 2.0
10:45 AM - Noon
Hollywood and the Digital Consumer
Ubiquitous Video to the Consumer
12:30 PM – 1:45 PM
Hollywood Reinvented!
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
The TV and Set-top as the Consumer Gateway
Wednesday, October 25
Digital Hollywood Seminars
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Internet Video, Advertising & Marketing
12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
Track II:
Movies, OnDemand Content and Broadband
Thursday, October 26
9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
Broadband Video Tipping Point
11:05 AM - 12:20 PM
Track III:
All Video-All the Time
12:50 PM - 2:00 PM
Track II
The Future of TV Distribution


Express Links to Themed Track:
Reinventing Advertising: VOD, PVR, Broadband, Games, PODs & Mobile
Monday, October 23rd
1:00 PM – 2:15 PM
User Generated Content - Part I
2:35 PM – 3:45 PM
Web 2.0 - The Next Iteration
User Generated Content - Part II
4:10 PM – 5:15 PM
Advertising NEXT
Tuesday, October 24
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Contextual Media & Advertising
10:45 AM - Noon
Hollywood and the Digital Consumer
2:15 PM – 3:30 PM
The Future of Enhanced Advertising
Games - Crossover into Music, TV, Cable, Broadband & Movies
3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
Advertising Strategies in the Diversified Digital Culture
Wednesday, October 25
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Branded Media Marketing
Internet Video, Advertising & Marketing
12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
Rethinking Advertising: VOD, DVR, Broadband & Mobile
TV & Interactivity: Evolving Content & Business Models
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Subscription, Download & Advertising Models
3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
Broadband Advertising: The Power Surge
Thursday, October 26th
11:05 AM - 12:20 PM
Advertising Innovation!
12:50 PM - 2:00 PM
Personalized Video and Broadband Media
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Alternative Media & Advertising
Personalized Music and Video Experience
Building Brands, Hollywood Style

Express Links to Themed Track:
Digital Music: Mobile, Broadband, Radio, Pods & TV - Content, Branding and Technology
Tuesday, October 24
10:45 AM - Noon
Mobile Music: New Platforms
Video Bling! Audio Bling
Wednesday, October 25
Digital Hollywood Seminars
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Rightsholder Options: Evaluating Rights & Licensing
10:45 AM - Noon
Piracy and Digital Rights Management
Digital Music & its Transformation
12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
DRM Implementation in Media and Entertainment
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
DRM Implementation in Media and Entertainment
Thursday, October 26
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

2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Personalized Music and Video Experience


Express Links to Themed Track:
The Digital, Broadband and Networked Home
Tuesday, October 24
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Embracing the Connected Consumer

10:45 AM - Noon
Track III:
Ubiquitous Video to the Consumer
12:30 PM – 1:45 PM
The PVR, DVR and VOD as a Disruptive Market Force
2:15 PM – 3:30 PM
Track IV:
The TV and Set-top as the Consumer Gateway
Wednesday, October 25
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
IPTV Digital Home: Gateway to Expanded Content & Services
10:45 AM - Noon
The Networked Entertainment Home
12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
Movies, OnDemand Content and Broadband
3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
Entertainment Expands the Digital Home
Digital Home Entertainment Complex
Thursday, October 26
9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
DTV, Broadband, Set-Top and Interactive Content
Video Distribution Across Platforms
11:05 AM - 12:20 PM
All Video-All the Time
12:50 PM - 2:00 PM
The Future of TV Distribution: VOD, DVR & IPTV
Telcos, IPTV & the Technology Food Chain
Personalized Video and Broadband Media



Express Links to Themed Track:
The Web, Social Networks and the Net Economy
Monday, October 23
1:00 PM – 2:15 PM
User Generated Content
Citizen Media
Exploring the Web
2:35 PM – 3:45 PM
Web 2.0 - The Next Iteration
Social Networking on Mobile & the Web
User Generated Content
4:10 PM – 5:15 PM
Blogs, Mashups, Social Media, Wikis, and RSS
Vlogs & Video Aggregators
Advertising NEXT
Tuesday, October 24
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Contextual Media & Advertising
10:45 AM - Noon
Hollywood and the Digital Consumer
12:30 PM – 1:45 PM
Track I:
Hollywood Reinvented!
3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
Targeted Search and Browsers
Wednesday, October 25
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Internet Video, Advertising & Marketing
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Social Networks & User Generated Media
3:50 PM - 5:00 PM
Micropayments & MicroEconomies
Thursday, October 26
9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
The Broadband Video Tipping Point
11:05 AM - 12:20 PM
Advertising Innovation!
All Video-All the Time
Expanding the Horizons of Search
12:50 PM - 2:00 PM
Track IV:
Personalized Video and Broadband
2:15 PM - 3:30 PM
Alternative Media & Advertising
Personalized Music and Video Experience
Building Brands