The Who and What of Media and Technology
Unrehearsed. Unscripted. Unexpected.
D: All Things Digital invites you to drill down on the revolutionary changes in technology and the impact on the media industry at D: Dive Into Media on February 11-12, 2013 at The Ritz-Carlton, Laguna Niguel in Dana Point, California.
D: Dive Into Media delves into the extraordinary changes the media business is undergoing in every sector — from television and film, to music and publishing. The battles waged between devices and screens and the ever evolving business and financial models. You will hear, firsthand, from the most important media and tech leaders in the world together with content creators, entrepreneurs and innovators to take an in-depth look at how these changes will re-shape the future of the industry.
To reveal these developments and insights, the All Things D editorial team, led by Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher, in collaboration with Peter Kafka, will ask the critical and pressing questions that have remained unanswered.
The following speakers joined us on stage at D: Dive Into Media:
Will Arnett | Actor
Nikesh Arora | SVP & Chief Business Officer, Google
David Carey | President, Hearst Magazines
Charlie Ergen | Chairman, Co-Founder, DISH Network
David Eun | EVP, Open Innovation Center, Samsung Electronics
Brian Grazer | Chairman, Imagine Entertainment
Erik Huggers | Corporate VP & GM, Intel Media
Chris Hughes | Publisher & Editor-in-Chief, The New Republic
Mitch Hurwitz | Creator
Jimmy Iovine | Chairman, Interscope Geffen-A&M, Co-Founder, Beats by Dr. Dre
Eric Kessler | President & COO, HBO
Larry Kramer | President & Publisher, USA Today
Michael Lynton | CEO, Sony Entertainment
Yusuf Mehdi | SVP, Interactive Entertainment Business, Microsoft
Michael Rapino | CEO, Live Nation Entertainment
Dan Rose | VP of Partnerships, Facebook
Ted Sarandos | Chief Content Officer & VP of Content, Netflix
Shane Smith | Founder & CEO, Vice Media
Nancy Tellem | Corporate VP, Microsoft LA Studios
Ricky Van Veen | Co-Founder, CollegeHumor