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AOL’s $315 million acquisition of The Huffington Post is still waiting for regulatory approval but Arianna Huffington is already in the thi…

Arianna Huffington
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AOL’s $315 million acquisition of The Huffington Post is still waiting for regulatory approval but Arianna Huffington is already in the thick of it. We’re pleased to announce that she’ll take time out from planning the transition to bring us up to date and answer questions during the closing session of paidContent 2011: The Next Decade in Digital, March 3, at TheTimesCenter in New York.

You can also expect:

Q&As with Lauren Zalaznick, Chairman, Entertainment & Digital Networks/Integrated Media, NBC Universal; (NSDQ: CMCSA) Nick Denton, the founder of Gawker Media; and Dan Rose, VP, Partnerships & Platform Marketing for Facebook

Info-packed sessions featuring leading executives, including Greg Clayman, publisher of News Corp.’s The Daily; Deanna Brown, CEO, Federated Media; Randall Rothenberg, EVP, Chief Digital Officer, Time Inc.; (NYSE: TWX) Rob Grimshaw, MD, FT.com; Vivek Shah, CEO, Ziff Davis, Inc.; Jim Bankoff, CEO, SB Nation; Lisa Frazier, CEO, The Bay Area Citizen; Michael Walrath, founder, Right Media; Jon Brod, President, AOL (NYSE: AOL) Ventures & Co-Founder, Patch; Alex Kazim, CEO, Ongo — and we still have a few announcements to come.

Register today.

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