• Content Libraries

    ScribeMedia highlights events, ideas and influencers in the business, technology and culture of digital media.

    We hope you enjoy this archive.

  • PaidContent 2011

    PaidContent 2011

    Whatever you call it, many news publishers are now looking for paying digital customers. We’re still waiting for NYTimes.com’s implementation, but others have gone before it. How are they faring, what can we learn, what’s next and how will the payment platform battle between Apple and Google pan out? At paidContent’s flagship conference paidContent 2011; The Next Decade in Digital on March 3 at TheTimesCenter in New York leading voices address the issues surrounding the changing landscape of digital content, including paywalls and subscription models.

  • IAB MIXX 2010

    Enjoy our video coverage and interview series of the 2010 IAB MIXX Conference. We interviewed 15 online advertising, publishing and technology professionals and thought leaders on the current state and future opportunities in the online advertising industry.

  • eTail East

    Interview series conducted with a variety of e-Commerce technology and business professionals about the current state of and future prospects for the Online Retail Industry.

  • ARF Audience Measurement 5.0

    Enjoy our video coverage and interview series of the 2010 ARF Audience Measurement 5.0 Conference. We filmed keynotes and sessions, and interviewed 15-20 advertising research professionals and thought leaders on a variety of advertising industry topics.

  • ARF Re:Think 2010

    Enjoy our video coverage and interview series of the 2010 ARF Re:Think Conference. We filmed keynotes and sessions, and interviewed 15-20 advertising research professionals and thought leaders on the current state and future opportunities in the advertising industry.

  • Producers Guild of America

    Complete coverage of the Producers Guild of America New Media Council’s New York City monthly events. Includes interviews with leading directors, producers, advertising heads and others about the disruptions and opportunities in digital media.

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  • IAB Annual

    Enjoy our video coverage and interview series of the 2010 IAB Annual Conference. We interviewed 15-20 online advertising, publishing and technology professionals and thought leaders on the current state and future opportunities in the online advertising industry.

  • Digital Hollywood LA

    Topics include online music and film, mobile entertainment, IPTV, digital cinema, games, interactivity in television, marketing and advertising.

  • Digital Hollywood Media Summit

    Presentations and roundtables on advertising, gaming and mobile. Highlights include sit down interviews with Steve Ballmer and Jeff Zucker.

  • WIMI Social Networking

    The Wharton Interactive Media Initiative Modeling Social Network Data conference was the first to convene leading experts from industry and academia to help define, build mathematical models for, and provide ways to better utilize data arising from social networks.

  • Empirical Generalizations

    The digital revolution is radically reshaping the advertising world by changing how consumers interact with media and advertising. Marketers are confronted with a staggering range of new advertising options emerging from the interplay of emerging new media channels and a world in which consumers are in charge. Choosing media and deciding how best to advertise is more complicated than ever.

    The purpose of this conference was to draw together cutting edge academics and practitioners to explore what we have learned from current research on advertising. The empirical generalizations submitted for the conference will enable us to better predict the future through a deeper understanding of what has been seriously proven about advertising.

  • ESOMAR 2008

    ESOMAR conducted its first ever North American Congress to explore how research pioneers new business and societal paradigms, sets trends and responds with new and better solutions in an ever changing world.

    The 5,000 member organization aims to promote the value of market and opinion research in illuminating real issues and bringing about effective decision-making.

  • All Day Buffet – The Feast

    “The Feast” was a cross-disciplinary series of programs addressing social innovation and new ways to make the world a better place.

    The secret sauce lies in a healthy combination of passion, creativity, and entrepreneurship to shift the way things are done – thereby changing individuals, industries, and ultimately the world.

  • Building the Broadband Economy

    Building the Broadband Economy was an international summit attracting attendees from North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia and Africa. Produced in partnership with the Polytechnic Institute of New York University, the 2008 summit focused on “Local Growth in a Global Economic Crisis,” and offered a unique opportunity to learn from the world’s most dynamic communities how to use information and communications technology to build prosperous, inclusive and sustainable communities.

    The 2009 summit can be viewed at ScribeEvents.com

  • Streaming Media

    Interviews with, and presentations by, content owners, viral video creators, online marketers, enterprise corporations, broadcast professionals, ad agencies, educators and others.

  • Software and Information Industry Association

    Complete coverage of the SIIA Content division conferences, monthly brown-bag lunches and in-studio interviews with thought-leaders and CEOs of leading publishers such as Dow Jones and others.

  • iHollywood Forum

    iHollywood Forum seeks to educate executives about the future of Hollywood, entertainment and the media business.

    Technology discussions span many businesses, including television, cinema, games, music, the Internet, marketing, mobile and home entertainment.

  • paidContent – EconSM

    The EconSM conference explores the dual questions of how social media is changing marketing and how marketing is changing social media.

  • Advertising Research Foundation

    Watch ARF conferences, lectures and in-studio interviews that discuss how to improve the practice of advertising, marketing and media research in pursuit of more effective marketing and advertising communications.