The Hollywood Reporter has made some good picks for its annual Next Generation 35 Under 35 list, with folks from the digital world making up a small but mighty contingent.
Lydia Antonini, 34, is director of development for Warner Premiere, and responsible for digital extensions of Watchmen, Batman and Superman and bringing Peanuts to the iPhone (and is also a one-time NewTeeVee Pier Screenings judge).
Jack Pan, 33, is EVP marketing at Summit Entertainment and directs the campaigns for the Twilight movies. Can’t get more buzzy than that!
Michael Hudack, 26, the CEO of blip.tv, is of course familiar to NewTeeVee readers. He helps all of us new media creators look like pros, and gives quotes like, “We’re taking [TV] from a linear economy of scarcity to an Internet economy of plenty.”
Tal Rabinowitz, 33, is SVP U.S. comedy development and digital programming for Sony Pictures Television and has developed projects like Dating Brad Garrett, the Crackle show that makes cross-platform use of the ‘Til Death star.
Photo by Dan Busta for The Hollywood Reporter.