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WEBCAST: "Who’s better at media recommendations… man or machine?"

Digital Media Wire

Wednesday, March 28, 2012 from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM (PDT)

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Who’s better at media recommendations… man or machine?
Man vs. Machine: the Impact of Data Curation on the Digital Media World

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The question is as old as media itself: how can content providers provide intelligent recommendations that will make consumers like, watch, listen, become loyal and open their wallets? Get answers in a lively panel discussion featuring Michael Papish, Solutions Architecture Director at Rovi and Dan Casey, SVP Strategy & Analysis, Digital Content Group of Interpret. Your attendance is complimentary when you register now

Can automated media recommendations really replace “the human touch”?

Papish will explain his firm’s advanced recommendations platform and how content providers can customize it to meet the needs of their viewers and listeners. He’ll also show where human intervention is still necessary—and why Rovi employs over 400 human reviewers. This will be a valuable update on the latest recommendations technology that you won’t want to miss! Register now!

TIME/DATE: Wednesday, March 28 at 11am PST / 2pm EST  
   
  Webcast Prize*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 March 28 and will be notified after the webcast.* 

Michael serves as the Director of Architecture & Innovation at Rovi Corporation. He oversees the Rovi search and recommendations R&D team and helps guide the strategy for recommendation technology in Rovi-powered user experiences. Prior to Rovi, Michael was CEO and co-founder of MediaUnbound, Inc. (the assets of which were acquired by Rovi in March 2010).

From 2000 to 2010, Michael grew MediaUnbound into a profitable entertainment content recommendation technology company which licensed solutions to Global 1000 companies such as Terra Networks, MTVN/Viacom, Ericsson and Motorola. At MediaUnbound, Michael led the sales and marketing divisions and helped coordinate the melding of computer engineering and human music analysis which underlined the company's technology. Michael co-founded MediaUnbound with friends from school while an undergraduate.

Michael has been invited to speak on and moderate numerous industry panels around the world. He has testified in front of the U.S. Copyright Office on issues regarding webcasting and digital music. Michael is a member of the Board of Trustees for WHRB (95.3fm), Harvard's undergraduate radio station. He eventually graduated from Harvard University with an A.B. in Astrophysics and Philosophy. At the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, his research focus was on supercomputer simulations of large-scale structure evolution in the universe. 

Dan Casey currently serves as Senior Vice President, Strategy & Analysis for Interpret, a leading cross-media market research firm. He leads the company's Digital Content vertical, providing a wide variety of market research and analysis products to help clients gain a comprehensive understanding of consumers' entertainment consumption attitudes, habits and desires in order to make better strategic decisions.

Prior to Interpret he spent 13 years at Universal Studios Home Entertainment as head of title- specific and strategic research related to DVD, Blu-ray and electronic distribution. Areas of strategic focus included the impact of changing windows, cannibalization by new formats, new product introductions (DVD/Blu-ray), segmentation and shopper insights.

He has also worked for PhaseOne Communications, analyzing TV commercials for leading automotive and CPG clients.

 
 
 
 
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