@ pC2011: Our Full Coverage

We just wrapped up paidContent 2011, our flagship conference jam-packed with panel sessions and Q&As featuring some of the key names in digital media. Forrester’s Sarah Rotman Epps kicked off the morning with an analysis of how publishers need to work out their tablet strategy and shortly after, NBCU’s Lauren Zalaznick defended Hulu against unfair complaints. Later in the day, Nick Denton chatted about Gawker’s redesign, Keith Olbermann explained why he joined Current Media, and Arianna Huffington and Tim Armstrong discussed branding and the AOL-HuffPo strategy. Those are just some of the highlights; read our coverage below and check back in the coming weeks for video of the conference.

»  @ pC2011: Paywalls And Their Discontents

»  @ pC2011: AOL-HuffPo Merger Will Produce $20M In ‘Synergies’ – And Layoffs

»  @ pC2011: Keith Olbermann: I’m Not Crazy For Joining Current Media

»  @ pC2011: Denton: The Internet Is A Mass Medium, Not A Niche One

»  @ pC2011: Clayman Provides A Status Update On ‘The Daily’

»  @pc2011: Rothenberg: Avoiding Targeting Issue Led To Negative Climate

»  @pC2011: Don’t Read Too Much Into TBD’s Failure

»  @ pC2011: The New Digital Storefront – Or New Balkanization?

»  @ pC2011: Publishers Learn To Live With Google’s Black Box

»  @ pC2011: Zalaznick: Don’t Blame Hulu For Lack Of Cable Programming Streams

»  @ pC2011: Media Betting Too Much, Too Soon In Tablets’ First Innings?

Many thanks to everyone who participated (in person and virtually through live stream) and a special thanks to our paidContent 2011 sponsors: Gigya, FreeWheel, Oracle, ThePlatform, *Reuters*, Studio One Networks, Vibrant, Mashery, and *Adobe*.