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Last week we announced Arianna Huffington as the closing act for a jam-packed paidContent 2011: The Next Decade in Digital, March 3, at TheT…

Tim Armstrong, CEO, AOL
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Last week we announced Arianna Huffington as the closing act for a jam-packed paidContent 2011: The Next Decade in Digital, March 3, at TheTimesCenter in New York. Now we’re going to try a little of her 1+1 math and add AOL (NYSE: AOL) CEO Tim Armstrong to the Q&A. They’ll take time away from transition planning to brief us on the merger, talk candidly about their plans for the Huffington Post Media Group and the newest version of AOL, and answer your questions about one of the defining deals of 2011.

They join an already-strong roster of speakers: Lauren Zalaznick, Chairman, Entertainment & Digital Networks/Integrated Media, NBC Universal (NSDQ: CMCSA), kicking off the day; Nick Denton, Founder, Gawker Media; Dan Rose, VP, Partnerships & Platform Marketing, Facebook; Greg Clayman, Publisher, The Daily — and our lunchtime Q&A speakers, Joel Hyatt, Executive Vice Chairman & Co-Founder, Current Media and Keith Olbermann, Chief News Officer, Executive Producer and Host, Current TV.

Our full speaker list can be viewed here. Register today.

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