Donald Jasko to Moderate Digital Hollywood Panel at the Consumer
Electronics Show, "The Telco-Entertainment Partnership: From TV to Broadband Services"
Santa Monica, CA January 2, 2004
Donald A. Jasko, Chief Executive Officer of Digital Economics, will moderate a panel on January 10, 2004 at the Digital
Hollywood Conference at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The panel will review the continuing development of
telephone company infrastructure from dial tones to long distance, wireless and broadband networks. The panel will examine
the work currently being done by the "telco's" to deliver entertainment and information content to their customers over their
broadband networks. The panelists are also expected to discuss the issues that must be addressed in order to assure their
success in partnering with content creators, and in pairing content with broadband applications that are responsive to their
customers' needs. Furthermore, they are expected to review the business models that will support the delivery of content over
telephone company infrastructure.
Appearing on the panel will be:
The panel will commence at Noon on January 10. The Digital Hollywood Conference at the Consumer Electronics Show will be held
in the North Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center.
- Jay Fausch, Senior Director-Strategic Marketing, Alcatel Broadband
- Darcy Lorincz, Vice President & General Manager-Global Rich Media Services, SAVVIS Communications
- Phil Corman, Director-Partner Business Development, Microsoft TV Group
- Josette Bonte, Managing Director-Broadband Services, RHK
- Don Teague, Vice President-Sales & Marketing, PaymentOne
- Jonathan Hurd, Vice President, ADVENTIS
The panel will commence at 9:30 AM on September 29. The Digital Hollywood Fall Conference will be held at the Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel.
- Fabrice Beer-Gabel, Senior Director of Market Development, Big Band Networks
- Sayeed Choudhury, Director of Market Development, Wind River Systems
- Joe Fabiano, Chief Technology Officer, Pathfire
- Dr. John Hartung, Vice President of Engineering, EGT
- Jean Macher, Multiline Product Line Manager, Thales Broadcast & Multimedia
- Roger Shanafelt, Vice President of Worldwide Sales & Marketing, Myrio
Digital Hollywood debuted in 1990 and has been among the leading trade conferences in its field with over 15,000 top executives in the film,
television, music, home video, cable, telecommunications and computer industries attending events each year. Subjects addressed at recent
Digital Hollywood conferences include digital rights, digital cinema, subscription services, mobile content and services, set-top boxes and
home servers, and high definition and interactive television. For additional information, go to
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