It's conference season, and this week both Zadi and I will be on a panel at NXT STAGE 09. If you're in L.A. and interested in digital entertainment, they have a nice lineup of speakers and two days worth of panels.
Tubefilter's Brady Brim-DeForest was kind enough to ask us to join a panel he is moderating called "Transforming Organic Community into a Sustainable Brand." We'll be paneling it up with two other awesome people, Kim Evey, the producer of the ridiculously popular The Guild and the hilarious Gorgeous Tiny Chicken Machine Show, and Miles Beckett, Co-founder & CEO of EQAL, the studio behind the lonelygirl15 universe of shows, and the forthcoming Harper's Globe created with CBS. Nice company!
If you'll be at the conference, please stop by and say hello! Here's the info for our panel:
Transforming Organic Community into a Sustainable Brand
March 25th at 2:45pm
Renaissance Hollywood Hotel & Spa
1755 N. Highland Ave
Hollywood, CA 90028
This an industry conference targeting specifically pre and
post-production executives as well as programming executives from the
film/tv production sector. The premise of the conference is that there
are significant number of trade shows/conferences that address the
commercial and technical aspects of the content markets yet very few
that focus on the creative/production aspects. Think about Digital
Hollywood and the number of panels that were dedicated to the pure
logistics of ad serving! As a result, while the business models and
technologies have rapidly evolved, the creative process has been left
lagging behind. The writers, producers and programming executives have
not been told that they, too, are stakeholders in this new digital
world. This is the opportunity for the platform solution providers and
the distributors to bring the creative production community into our
evolving digital world.