New Rules for the Film, TV, Broadband & Mobile Video Industry – Deals, Advertising and Commerce
Since their beginnings, technology has transformed the entertainment and media industries. And while there were always the naysayers, predicting such gems such as the end of Hollywood with the invention of TV or that cable would doom the TV industry, the entertainment industry has been more durable than they could have ever suspected.
In fact, with the coming of new technologies, the entertainment and media industries have emerged as global powerhouses. And the more things change, the more they stay the same.
Entertainment and media are being challenged once again – Hollywood 2.0 is now upon us with an entirely new set of technologies with new rules of engagement.
Sandy Grushow, President, Filmaka
Roy Bank, President, Television, Merv Griffin Entertainment
Dean Valentine, President, Symbolic Action, LLC, former President, UPN and former President, Walt Disney Television
Michael Davies, Executive Producer, “PopTub,” “Who Wants to be a Millionaire?”
Vince Messina, Regional Sales Director, Western U.S., Microsoft Advertising
Lewis Henderson, chief executive officer, Davie Brown Entertainment
Mara Sternthal, Senior Vice President, Business Development, GMX, Ascent Media, Moderator
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