paidContent 2012: Two weeks out


Two weeks from today, we’ll be at The TimesCenter in New York for our flagship
paidContent 2012: At The Crossroads with several hundred executives who have the same goal in mind: the creation and evolution of sustainable business models that will support quality media, entertainment and information across platforms.

Everything will be on the table: finding the right way to take an icon like Harry Potter digital without selling out; getting free from DRM and still getting paid; shifting to digital first without losing traditional values; creating appointment broadband viewing; mixing technology with insight to heighten discoverability; the rebirth of the browser; digital subscription strategies and more.

It’s a lot of ground to cover for a one-day, single-stage event. Luckily, we have a stellar roster of speakers and moderators who are more than up for the task, including:

  • Lisa Gersh, president of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia
  • John Borthwick, Founder & CEO, betaworks
  • Jon Miller, Chief Digital Officer, News Corp.
  • Fred Wilson, Managing Partner, Union Square Ventures
  • Amy Banse, Managing Director & Head of Funds, Comcast Ventures
  • Anil Dash, Co-Founder & Managing Director, Activate

    The full list of confirmed speakers is here.

    Just as important as the speakers, though, is the fact that we have great attendees with a lot to add to the discussion.

    But space is limited. This isn’t a ballroom where we can squeeze in a few more chairs at the last minute — so if you want to take full advantage of this jam-packed agenda and the opportunities that come with networking throughout the day from breakfast to closing cocktails, I strongly suggest you register now.

    If you’re interested in sponsoring paidContent 2012, please contact

    Register for paidContent 2012, May 23rd in New York on Eventbrite

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