Our first Future of Business Media conference coincided with a burst of major M&A activity, most notably *News Corp-Dow Jones* and Thomson-Reuters. This year, early bird registration for the second FOBM opens during one of the most historic weeks on Wall Street; the repercussions of the last few days — and the last few months — are already being felt across the business media space. More consolidation is coming and, yet, more new products and start-ups are in the pipeline as traditional media continues the transition and digital media moves into the mainstream.
Join us for the Future of Business Media conference at the Edison Ballroom in mid-Manhattan Oct. 28 as we explore the changes already underway — and those yet to come — with leading execs in the industry, including a keynote Q&A with Norman Pearlstine, chief content officer for Bloomberg. Full coverage of last year’s conference at Waldorf=Astoria can be seen on our FOBM channel.
– David Carey, Group President, Condé Nast
– Bob Carrigan, CEO, IDG Communications worldwide
– Graham Earnshaw, President, Xinhua Finance Media
– Lauren Rich Fine, Media Analyst; Moderator
– Gordon T. Hughes II, President and CEO, American Business Media
– David Jackson, Founder and CEO, Seeking Alpha
– Paul Kedrosky, Senior Fellow, Kauffman Foundation; Moderator
– David Levin, CEO, United Business Media
– Marty Moe, SVP, AOL (NYSE: TWX) Money & Finance
– Scott Peters, Managing Director, The Jordan, Edmiston Group, Inc.
– William Pollak, CEO – North America, Incisive Media
– Paul Rossi, Managing Director, EVP and Publisher, The Economist
– Vivek Shah, President, Fortune|Money Group
– Jim Spanfeller, President and CEO, Forbes.com
– Kevin Wassong, President, Minyanville Publishing & Multimedia
If you have any questions about the program, email us at events AT contentnext.com. For sponsorship queries, email our business side at advertising AT contentnext.com.
Register for your early bird ticket at $595 today; full price tickets will be going for $895.