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Digital Hollywood begins Sept 26 in US, Bhuvan Lall to deliver paper

20-September-2004
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Digital Hollywood begins Sept 26 in US, Bhuvan Lall to deliver paper

Digital Hollywood – the premier entertainment and technology conference of global entertainment industry, has announced its agenda for the four-day event spanning over September 26 to 29 at the Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel in Los Angeles. Over 2,000 participants are expected at the event.

The conference will focus on Entertainment Financing and Packaging. Bhuvan Lall, President, Lall Entertainment, and former Executive Director, Indian Broadcasting Foundation, has been invited to deliver a paper at this event. Lall’s paper will be titled, ‘Understanding the Global Terrain – Financing and Packaging from Co-production and International Financing to Foreign and State Subsidies and Grants’.

The objective of Digital Hollywood is to create a melting pot for the international community of financiers, producers and analysts in the entertainment and technology industries. Since 1990, over 40,000 industry executives have attended Digital Hollywood in Los Angeles, New York, San Jose and Las Vegas. The attendants include representatives of every major studio, technology group, cable, satellite and communications company, retailers as well as content developers and programmers for all entertainment media.

The line-up of speakers at this year’s conference include Bob Horowitz, President, TWI – a division of IMG, Sun Jen Yung, Director, Media Investment Banking, Deutsche Bank Securities Inc, Greg Woock, CEO, Virgin Electronics, Robert Walsh, CEO and Founder, Krome Studios, Don L Daglow, President and CEO, Stormfront Studios, Michael Isner, Character Animation Lead, Softimage, Phil Wiser, Chief Technology Officer, Sony Corp of America, Peter Wolff, Programme Manager, Partnerships and Initiatives, DaimlerChrysler Research and Technology, Eric Aledort, SVP Business Development and Strategic Partnership.

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