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The Future of Television Conference East 2010
November 19, 2010
NYU Stern

The 2010 Future of Television Conference East, hosted by Digital Media Wire in partnership with NYU Stern and the Consumer Electronics Association, was held at NYU Stern. Future of Television East brings together executives from the top companies in the television and technology industries for a full day of power networking and stimulating discussion about the future of television.

Movie Marketing Strategy Symposia
NYU Stern

Panelists included Mark Gill, President, Miramax Marketing; Michael Barker, Co-President, Sony Pictures Classic; and Andrew Jarecki, Co-President, Co-Founder, Moviephone (777-Film).

Convergence: Shifting Landscape in Entertainment, Media & Telecommunications
NYU Stern

Sponsored by Ernst & Young, Crain's New York Business, Canadian Consulate. Speakers from Microsoft, NBC, MSNBC, Reader's Digest, AT&T, Bell Atlantic, Canada Radio, Film & Television Commission, Warner Pay TV, CBS.

Entertainment Finance
NYU Stern

Panelists included Chris Dixon, independent entertainment consultant; and Richard Simon, Managing Director, Senior Media Analyst, Goldman Sachs.

Convergence II: Internet Business Models for Europe and the US
NYU Stern

Sponsored by France Telecom, Deutsche Telekom, Ernst & Young. Speakers from Bloomberg, iVillage, France Telecom, Geocities, Be, VerticalNet, NBC Germany, Deutsche Telekom, 24/7, Doubleclick, uBid, QXL Limited, Alapage, Drugstore.com, Ernst & Young.

Branding Broadway
NYU Stern

Panelists included Jed Bernstein, executive director, League of American Theatres and Producers; Nancy Coyne, chairman, CEO, Serino, Coyne Inc.; Ron Kollen, director, Disney Theatrical Productions; and Alecia Parker, associate producer, general manager, Zorba, Othello, Gypsy, Fiddler on the Roof, Falsettos, Grease, Chicago.

Entertainment Event Marketing
NYU Stern

Panelists included David Cohn, vice president, consumer marketing, MTV; Barry Frank, former president of CBS, sports agent, IMG; Jeannie Williams, celebrity columnist, USA Today; Richard Isaacson, president, Loud Records; and Marcus Barani, columnist, New York Daily News.

Panel on Print & Publishing
NYU Stern
Panelists included Edward Schumacher, managng editor, Wall Street Journal Americas; Brock Wylan, founder and publisher, Show and Picture Magazines; Jeff Brauer, founder and publisher, On Your Own Publications; Jodie Green, editorial director, Healthnetwork.com; Bretton Clark, executive vice president, Winslow Press; Michael Rosenblum, NYU journalism professor, Moderator.

Content and Commerce: Hollywood Meets Madison Avenue
NYU Stern
Panelists included Richard Parsons, CEO, AOL Time Warner; Robert Schmetterer, chairman and CEO, Euro RSCG Worldwide; Robert Schmetterer, chairman and CEO, Euro RSCG Worldwide; Darcy Antonellis, senior vice president, distribution technologies and operations, Warner Brothers; Rob Donnell, senior creative director, J. Walter Thompson; Cort Fritz, lead industry strategist, media and entertainment, Microsoft; Irwin Gotlieb, chairman and CEO, Mindshare USA; Bob Greenberg, chairman and CEO, R/GA; Peter Gruber, chairman, Mandalay Pictures; Steve Hayden, vice chairman and chief creative officer, Ogilvy and Mather Worldwide; Jon Kamen, chairman and CEO, @radical.media; Jamie Kellner, chaieman and CEO, Turner Broadcasting Systems, Inc.; Richard Kirshenbaum, co-chairman, Kirshenbaum Bond and Partners; Anne Mander, senior vice president and chief information officer, Simon & Schuster; Andre Mendes, chief technology integration officer, PBS; Thom Mount, Producer; Joe Pollard, director of global media, digital and content, Nike; Bruce Redditt, executive vice president, Omnicom Group; Dick Wolf, creator and executive producer, Law and Order; and John Zamoiski, president, GEM Entertainment.