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NATPE CONFERENCE AGENDA HIGHLIGHTS

Dec 6, 2006  •  Post A Comment

MONDAY, JANUARY 15
9-6 p.m.
NATPE Mobile++
(Ballroom G)
NATPE Mobile++ is a specially focused and separate conference addressing the impact and business opportunities for wireless, mobile and digital distribution platforms for television producers, developers, technology companies, broadcasters and advertisers.
Join us as we analyze the rapid evolution occurring in the digital media industry, its impact on the traditional media industry and the many lucrative business opportunities it presents.
NATPE Mobile++ is the apex of the digital evolution for advertisers, broadcasters, producers, carriers and manufacturers – those interested in positioning a company or a brand at the very forefront of an ever expanding digital media marketplace.
For more information on NATPE Mobile++, please visit www.natpe.org/conference/mobile/.
TUESDAY, JANUARY 16
8:30-8:45 a.m.
Think Tank: Opening Remarks
(Ballroom K)
Speaker(s): Emerson Coleman, Vice President, Programming, Hearst-Argyle Television, Inc.; Stephen J. Davis, President, Mobile and Online Media, InfoSpace, Inc.; Rick Feldman, President / CEO, NATPE (Natl. Association of Television Program Execs.)
8:45-9:15 a.m.
Think Tank: Keynote Address:
Chris Anderson, Editor-in-Chief,
Wired Magazine
(Ballroom K)
At the helm of one of the hottest magazines to report on how technology and the Internet affect culture, the economy, and politics and author of famed article-turned-book The Long Tail, Anderson is considered one of the most knowledgeable and articulate voices at the center of the new economy. This keynote will touch on his vision for the future of the magazine and new efficiencies of distribution, manufacturing and marketing that allow the delivery of more products outside the usual demand curve dictated by shelf space and other limiting factors.
Speaker(s): Chris Anderson, Editor-in-Chief, Wired Magazine
9:15-10:15 a.m.
Think Tank: Panel Discussion of The Long Tail
(Ballroom K)
Online services carry far more inventory than traditional retailers. Find out more about the markets that lie outside the reach of the physical retailer – they are big and getting bigger.
Panelist(s): Chris Anderson, Editor-in-Chief, Wired Magazine; Robert Broder, Vice Chairman, ICM (International Creative Management); Bonnie Hammer, President, USA Network and SCI FI Channel, USA Networks; Ross Levinsohn, President, Fox Interactive Media, Fox Interactive Media
10:30-11:30 a.m.
Presentation Theater:
How to Create, Build, and Measure
New Advertising Models Arising
From the Media
Marketplace
(Ballroom I)
Moderator(s): Deborah Bothun, U.S. Entertainment and Media Advisory Leader, PricewaterhouseCoopers
Panelist(s): Carla Hendra, Co-CEO, Ogilvy North America and President, OgilvyOne North America, Ogilvy North America; Cathy Hetzel, Senior Vice President of OnDemand Essentials, Rentrak Corporation; Ryan O’Hara, President, TV Guide Channel, TV Guide, Inc.; Shawn Strickland, Vice President of FiOS TV Product Management, Verizon Communications
11 a.m.-noon
Insight Arena:
Inside Mike Darnell’s Brain
(Ballroom H)
Moderator(s): Preston Beckman, Executive Vice President, Strategic Program Planning and Research, FOX Broadcasting Company
Speaker(s): Mike Darnell, Executive Vice President, Alternative and Special Programming, FOX Broadcasting Company
11:45 a.m.-12:45 p.m.
Presentation Theater: IPTV: Lessons Learned from Global Rollouts and Implications for the U.S.
(Ballroom I)
IPTV has already achieved significant penetration in both Asia and Europe; however, the degree to which IPTV will successfully penetrate the United States market is still anyone’s guess. With that said, insights into how IPTV has achieved this success overseas foreshadow the coming challenges for the United States market. What will compel subscribers to leave their existing provider and switch to IPTV – interactivity? specialized programming? price? Will telcos find new revenue streams or simply a way to reduce churn? Join us as we discuss various IPTV strategies and how IPTV will impact the cable landscape in the United States.
Moderator(s): Marcel Fenez, Asia Pacific Leader, Entertainment & Media Practice, PricewaterhouseCoopers
Panelist(s): Bart Becks, CEO, Belgacom Skynet
12:30-1:30 p.m.
Insight Arena:
TV Stations Fight Back
(Ballroom H)
Much of the news lately has portrayed the TV station business as a dying business. The fact is many sectors of our economy would DIE to have the margins TV stations have. The business is mature, and growth can’t be what it was 20 years ago, but does that mean that it’s all over? This panel will discuss station affiliate relations, measurement and advertising issues, syndication, local programming, FCC restrictions and, most of all, new opportunities to monetize content in the digital world.
Moderator(s): Melissa Grego, Managing Editor, TelevisionWeek
Panelist(s): Tom Kane, President/CEO, CBS Television Stations, CBS Television Network; Terry Mackin, Executive Vice President, Hearst-Argyle Television, Inc.; Ibra Morales, President, Telemundo Group, Inc. , NBC/Telemundo Network Group LLC; William B. Peterson, Senior Vice President, Television Station Group, Scripps Howard Broadcasting Company (The E.W. Scripps Co.); John Reardon, President/CEO, Tribune Broadcasting Company
1:30-2:30 p.m.
Think Tank: Shoot Out!
(Ballroom K)
Every Sunday morning, you watch them take their best shots at the industry, the movies, AND each other. If Hollywood is talking about it, they’re fighting about it! Witness the crossfire of these two Hollywood icons and get an international perspective on the industry’s changing landscape as they converse with entertainment giants.
Host(s): Peter Bart, Editor-in-Chief, Variety; Peter Guber, Chairman/CEO, Mandalay Entertainment
Speaker(s): Harry Sloan, MGM Worldwide TV Group
Panelist(s): Jon Feltheimer, CEO, Lionsgate
1:30-2:15 p.m.
Chat With Tony DiSanto,
MTV Networks
(Reef F)
Moderator(s): Marc Berman, Senior Editor, Mediaweek
Speaker(s): Tony DiSanto, EVP, Series Development & Animation, MTV; Head of Programming, MTV2, MTV Networks International
2-3 p.m.
Presentation Theater:
The Currency of Content
(Ballroom I)
Moderator(s): Michael Kassan, Principal, Media Link, LLC
Panelist(s): Jeff Bell, Corporate Vice President of Global Marketing, Microsoft Corporation; Daryl Evans, Vice President, Advertising and Marketing Communications, Cingular Wireless; Cecile Frot-Coutaz, Chief Executive Officer, FremantleMedia North America, Inc; Laura Lang, President, Digitas, Inc.; Alan Rutherford, Head of Worldwide Media, Unilever U.S.; David Sable, Vice Chairman and COO, Wunderman; Karl Spangenberg, Vice President of Integrated Advertising , AT&T
3-4 p.m.
Think Tank: Alternative Reality:
Does Primetime Still Matter?
(Ballroom K)
Moderator(s): Michael Davies, President/CEO, Embassy Row
Panelist(s): Cris Abrego, Executive Producer, Flavor of Love, 51 Minds Entertainment; Michael Camacho, Packaging Agent and Head of Alternative Television, CAA (Creative Artists Agency); Mort Marcus, Co-President, Debmar-Mercury LLC; Andrea Wong, Executive Vice President, Alternative Programming, Specials & LateNight, ABC, ABC Television Network
4-5 p.m.
Insight Arena:
Alternative Upfronts I: Advertisers
As Program Partners: Joint
Creativity in a Viral Video World
(Ballroom H)
Advertisers and producers share their view from the front lines.
Moderator(s): Allison Dollar, CEO, ITA – Interactive Television Alliance
Panelist(s): Jeff Minsky, Director of Emerging Platforms, OMD Digital, OMD Worldwide; Rod Nenner, Vice President of Marketing & National Brand Sponsorship, Washington Redskins; Bob Shallow, Vice Present/GM, TV Guide, Inc.
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17
8-8:45 a.m.
Coffee With Ted Harbert,
Comcast Entertainment Group
(Ballroom H)
Wanna know what is on the mind of the man Comcast just promoted to the newly created position of president and CEO of Comcast Entertainment Group, giving him oversight of the company’s West Coast properties: E! Entertainment Television, Style Network and G4? Find out his take on everything from consolidation to the animated series spinoff of Mel Brooks’ comedy film Spaceballs.
Moderator(s): Andrew Wallenstein, Co-Host, Square Off and Digital Media and TV Features Editor, Hollywood Reporter
Speaker(s): Ted Harbert, President/CEO, Comcast Entertainment Group
9-10 a.m.
Presentation Theater: Getting to
Know Generations X, Y and Z
(Ballroom I)
Are you keeping up with how our most wired, engaged and media savvy generation of consumers experience media content? Here’s your chance to find out as Brian Seth Hurst, one of The Hollywood Reporter’s Digital 50, interviews members of this on-demand, user-engaged community. This panel of 18 -25 year olds will break it down for you – how they experience brands, consume content and, yes, even create their own networks for themselves and their peers. Where does traditional media fit in and how do we capture this audience? Don’t miss this e-n-g-a-g-i-n-g panel discussion!
Moderator(s): Brian Seth Hurst, Governor, Academy of TV Arts & Sciences / CEO, The Opportunity Management Company
9:30-10:30 a.m.
Think Tank:
Perspectives from the UK
(Ballroom K)
Moderator(s): David Jenkinson, Editor-in-Chief, Managing Director, C21 Media Limited
Panelist(s): James Baker, Managing Director, Networked Media, BSkyB – British Sky Broadcasting; David Ellender, CEO, Fremantle Media Enterprises, Fremantle Media; Paul Jackson, Director of Entertainment & Comedy, ITV, ITV Networks Ltd.; Caryn Mandabach, Principal, Caryn Mandabach Productions
9:30-11 a.m.
Insight Arena: Who Wants to Be
an Online Millionaire?
(Ballroom H)
Wondering how to get those online revenue streams flowing? This panel, hosted by WorldNow will show you the money. Each panelist represents a local TV station Web site raking in more than $1 million in local ad sales-and they can show you how your site can do the same. Representatives will demonstrate the power of auto and real estate ad sales; the revenue potential of being part of a consortium of Web sites sharing ad buys; and the moneymaking possibilities associated with ramping up your platform.
11 a.m.-noon
Think Tank: Online Video –
Real and Spectacular
(Ballroom K)
One of the most famous lines from Seinfeld is “They’re real and they’re spectacular.” The same praise could be heaped on the online video advertising opportunity. eMarketer predicted online video ad dollars will nearly triple to $640 million in 2007, up from $225 million in 2005. But who’s cashing in on that and how can you? Big media companies and upstart video sites are angling for ad dollars and aiming to make money through a variety of business models – syndication, download and ad-supported streaming.
Moderator(s): Daisy Whitney, New Media Reporter, TelevisionWeek
Panelist(s): Jeremy Allaire, Chairman & CEO, Brightcove; Kevin Conroy, Senior Vice President, Marketing, AOL (America Online, Inc.); Kevin Donahue, Vice President of Content, YouTube; Michael Steib, General Manager, Strategic Ventures, NBC Universal Domestic Television Distribution
1:30-2:15 p.m.
Chat With Elise Doganieri,
The Amazing Race
(Reef F)
The race is not to the swift … but the Emmys go to the ones who co-created it. At the helm of a hit series that lives up to its name, Doganieri continues to set the bar for unscripted programming. From the creative processes to strategic decisions to the seemingly infinite logistics, this hands-on executive producer oversees every single detail of The Amazing Race. So, what is the recipe for reality TV success and how do you create award-winning programming that consistently beats the competition and is considered the real must-see TV? Come, chat and find out!
Moderator(s): Marc Berman, Senior Editor, Mediaweek
Speaker(s): Elise Doganieri, Co-Creator, Co-Executive Producer, The Amazing Race
2:45-3:30 p.m.
Chat With Joe Michaels,
Microsoft Corp.
(Reef F)
Moderator(s): Ross Crystal, Entertainment Editor, KFWB News Radio and President, CrystalVision Media, CrystalVision
Speaker(s): Joe Michaels, Director, MSN Business Development, Microsoft Corporation
4:30-6 p.m.
Think Tank: How We Got Here:
The Game Show From It’s A Gift
to Deal or No Deal
(Ballroom K)
Moderator(s): Mark Itkin, Executive Vice President, Worldwide Co-Head of Television, William Morris Agency
Panelist(s): Bob Boden, Vice President of Programming, Fox Reality, Fox Cable Networks
5-6 p.m.
Insight Arena: Is There a Pot of Gold? New Opportunities, New Developments in the UK
(Ballroom H)
Following negotiations by the UK producers’ association, PACT, the 2003 Communications Act gave indies control of their rights. This triggered not only creative freedom but also an entrepreneurial expertise to exploit these rights. This session will look at the growth of the sector, content development for both traditional and emerging media and platforms together with opportunities for different business models and new revenue streams.
Moderator(s): Holly Pye, Agent, William Morris Agency
Panelist(s): Wayne Garvie, Director of Content & Production, BBC Worldwide – UK; Christina Willoughby, Head of International Sales & Co-Productions, Channel Four International
6-7 p.m.
Networking Reception Following
PACT Session
(Ballroom F)
Join producers from the U.K. for some networking and a chance to compare notes on the latest production challenges and innovations.
7:15 to 9:30 p.m.
Dick Robertson Roast
(Ballroom G)
Dick Robertson, one of the architects of the syndicated barter television business, and whose 40-year career in television established him as one of the most powerful and innovative executives in the industry, will be roasted by friends and colleagues at a dinner event, co-produced by the Warner Bros. Television Group and NATPE. So, join the fun as friends, colleagues, clients and well-wishers share stories, sling insults and otherwise lambaste this legend in what promises to be a memorable evening.
NATPE President and CEO Rick Feldman adds, “I’ve known Dick for over 20 years as has everybody else in the business. I can’t think of anyone who doesn’t have a Dick Robertson story and many of those people have been waiting a long time for the opportunity to get some things off their chest. NATPE is very happy to provide the venue for the roast….for a lot of reasons.”
Proceeds will benefit the NATPE Educational Foundation and Virginia Commonwealth University’s School of Mass Communication where Robertson serves as Chairman of the Advisory Board. Information on ticket and table sales will be available shortly.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 18
8-8:45 a.m.
Coffee With David Eun, Google
(Ballroom H)
Go ahead. Google him. But if you really want the inside scoop, come have coffee with the one who directs the business development and operational execution of deals with Google’s print, multimedia, and local content partners and also works closely with their product management and engineering organizations to develop new products and services with this content. Find out more about Sony BMG Music Entertainment and Google’s strategic business relationship designed to make the music company’s expansive music video collection available for online streaming at no cost to you – the users.
Moderator(s): Andrew Wallenstein, Co-Host, Square Off and Digital Media and TV Features Editor, Hollywood Reporter
Speaker(s): David Eun, Vice President, Content Partnerships, Google
9-10 a.m.
Think Tank: Cable Challenges ’07
(Ballroom K)
Moderator(s): Rich Battista, Chief Executive Officer, Gemstar-TV Guide International, TV Guide, Inc.
Panelist(s): Debby Beece May, President of Programming and Marketing, Oxygen Media; Robert DeBitetto, Executive Vice President & General Manager, A&E Television Network, A & E Television Networks; Bill Hilary, President of Entertainment, MAGNA Global; Scott Koondel, Executive Vice President/Off-Network, Cable & Digital Media, CBS Television Distribution Group; Diane Robina, President, Comcast-Sony Networks, Comcast Corporation
9:30 to 10 a.m.
Insight Arena: HD Keynote:
Clint Stinchcomb
(Ballroom H)
From production to the consumer, will High Definition change the media landscape change so drastically that programmers and proproducers have to seriously rethink their strategies to reach wider audiences? With an established track record of success in launching and running new media services and recently promoted to oversee all programming, production, development and operations for Discovery HD Theater and Discovery’s new multiplatform brand, TURBO in the U.S., this HD guru will make heads and tails of these and other pressing issues.
Moderator(s): Elizabeth Guider, Executive Editor-News, Variety
Speaker(s): Clint Stinchcomb, Executive Vice President/General Manager of HDTV and New Media, Discovery Communications, Inc.
10-10:45 a.m.
Chat With Rachelle Zoffer, Verizon
(Reef F)
Verizon’s FiOS TV is adding features that let subscribers interact with the TV. Customers could use their remote controls to vote for their favorite contestants, dig deeper into news stories, access sports statistics, answer quiz-show questions or order items for sale. Chat with the newly appointed director of interactive television about the new interactive features now in development that will complement the hundreds of digital TV channels and on-demand services that FiOS TV offers subscribers in parts of seven states.
Moderator(s): Ross Crystal, Entertainment Editor, KFWB News Radio and President, CrystalVision Media, CrystalVision
Speaker(s): Rachelle Zoffer, Director of Interactive Television, Verizon
10:30-11:30 a.m.
Think Tank: Off Balance Sheet
Financing … Honestly!
(Ballroom K)
Off balance sheet companies were created to help finance new ventures. Hundreds of U.S. companies are estimated to be keeping trillions of dollars in debt in these subsidiaries and partnerships, skirting the consolidation rules. Content creators of film and TV can use these entities to finance their projects outside of or in partnership with the establishment. Because moving debt off the balance sheet is slightly harder for example, in Europe than it is in the U.S., panelists offer a global perspective discussing opportunities such as Irish tax credits, UK sale and leaseback, German equity firms and Canadian subsidies with real life experiences from projects financed around the world.
Moderator(s): Peter Sussman, Founder, Aver Partners
Panelist(s): Mark Manuel, Executive Vice President, Structured Finance, Lionsgate
11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Chat With Kaleil D. Isaza Tuzman, Jump TV International
(Reef F)
Partnered with more than 180 television broadcasters from over 60 countries to provide live broadcasting of their 24-hour linear feeds and operating at the intersection of two growth sectors: Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) and ethnic media services, the JumpTV experience re-connects culturally diverse individuals with media from their native land and to others in their community. Don’t miss this opportunity – jump at the chance to chat with the Harvard grad responsible for content development, subscriber acquisition and international operations, recently named one of the Top 100 Most Influential Hispanics.
Moderator(s): Ben Grossman, Co-Chief, Los Angeles Bureau, Broadcasting & Cable
Speaker(s): Kaleil Isaza Tuzman, President, JumpTV
Noon-1 p.m.
Think Tank: Evolution or Culture Clash? TV Stations and the Web
(Ballroom K)
As primary providers of local news and video, television stations are ideally positioned to exploit the internet and try to capture web ad dollars….if they move quickly enough. The panel will explore current challenges and discuss the available tools and approaches. And it will ask whether Google will inevitably become the TCI of the next decade.
Moderator(s): Tom Wolzien, President, Wolzien LLC
Panelist(s): Gordon Borrell, CEO, Borrell Associates Inc.; David Buonfiglio, Vice President, Local Sales, Internet Broadcasting Systems; Christine Distadio, Senior Vice President of Marketing and New Media, New York Times Broadcast Media Group; Gary Gannaway, President/CEO, WorldNow; James F. Goodmon, Jr., Vice President and General Manager, CBC New Media Group, LLC
1:30-2:30 p.m.
Think Tank: Video On Demand:
The Show & The Tell
(Ballroom K)
An insider’s look into the burgeoning realm of Video on Demand television from the perspective of the dominant players in the industry: major cable systems operators Comcast and Time Warner, established network content provider Turner Broadcasting (CNN, Cartoon, Adult Swim, TBS, TNT), prolific independent producer of VOD content Rainbow Media’s MagRack/Sportskool and the blue chip advertiser JP Morgan Chase.
Moderator(s): Mitch Oscar, Executive Vice President, Director of CaratDigital, Carat North America
Panelist(s): Manning Field, Senior Vice President, Branding & Advertising, Chase Card Services; Chris Pizzurro, Vice President, Multimedia Marketing, Turner Broadcasting System; Dan Ronayne, Senior Vice President/General Manager, Mag Rack/ Sportskool ; Jeff Siegel, Senior Vice President, Emerging Media, ESPN.

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