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WEBCAST: "How Will Recommendation Technology Shape the New Music and Video Experience?"

Digital Media Wire

Wednesday, May 25, 2011 from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM (PDT)

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Digital Media Wire and Rovi invite you to attend a webcast on "How Recommendation Technology Will Shape the New Music and Video Experience" on Wednesday, May 25. The event is free to attend and the details are as follows:

 
WEBCAST: "How Will Recommendation Technology Shape the New Music and Video Experience?"
TIME/DATE:   Wednesday, May 25 at 11am PST / 2pm EST
REGISTRATION:   FREE

*Attendees Are Eligible to Win a Samsung Smart TV (valued at $899.99) provided by Rovi. Winner will be selected from registrants actually attending on May 25 and will be notified after the webcast.*

Michael 
& NedWith the proliferation of cloud-based services, and the surge in availability of connected devices and platforms of all kinds, consumers will have numerous sources to access an endless amount of music and video choices. From personalized music playlists, "similar" movie suggestions or sites for sharing ratings and reviews with friends and family, recommendations technology is increasingly playing a role in helping consumers find and discover content.

As the ecosystem continues to expand, providing even more viable access points for streaming media, will recommendations technology become the linchpin in helping consumers discover new songs, artists, and shows in the endless sea of options?

Join Michael Papish, product development director at Rovi, Ned Sherman, CEO & Publisher of Digital Media Wire and HTML clipboard Dan Casey, SVP Strategy & Analysis at Interpret LLC for a discussion and Q&A session on "How Recommendation Technology Will Shape the New Music and Video Experience".

Attend the session to gain insight into the following discussion topics:

  • How does the ecosystem define the term "recommendation" technology?
  • What are the different approaches to making recommendations?
  • Are recommendations just limited to lists of similar artists or movies, or can the industry do better?
  • Is user trust important?
  • What is today's consumer looking for in a "recommendation?"
 
 


 

 
 
     
 
 
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Wednesday, May 25, 2011 from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM (PDT)


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Digital Media Wire (www.dmwmedia.com) is a media company that provides strategic consulting and manages marketing campaigns for digital media brands, and owns and produces industry conferences. The company also publishes daily newsletters and operates the popular www.dmwmedia.com news and community portal. The company produces conferences and events in four media verticals: games, music, video and advertising. DMW's portfolio includes: Digital Entertainment World (an IDG World Expo joint venture), NYME:  NY Media Festival (formerly DMW Week NYC) and LA Games Conference. Participants include entrepreneurs and senior decision-makers at leading media, entertainment and technology companies, investors, advertisers, policy-makers and legal professionals. DMW has one of the largest and most engaged and senior-level communities in the digital media industry.

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