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nextSports

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nextSports: A Community Conversation about the ways in which digital media is changing the business and experience of sports. We will discuss what has changed and what will change in Sports as a result of innovation, distribution channels, enhanced access, and online communication.

 

Date/Time:

 

*7:00 - 9:00 PM, September 17, 2007*

 

Location:

 

*Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP

GM Building - 767 5th Ave

Go to 25th Floor/24 D-E Boardroom*

 

 

Conversation Leaders

 

*Bruce  Meyer

Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP - Partner

 

*Teri Schindler*

Patrick Davis Partners - SVP

previously at WNBA -- VP Of Broadcasting

 

*Troy Ewanchyna*

NHL - Director, New Media Business Development

 

*Jeff Volk*

USTA - Director, Advanced Media

 

*Ace Bhattacharjya* (out sick)

USTA - Director, Advanced Media / Community Tennis Marketing

 

*David George*

KickApps - VP, Business Development

 

NextNY Conversation Catalysts

 

Brian Litvack, Sportsvite.com

Jon Zerden, WWE

Dan Lewis, ArmchairGM.com

Ken Rossi, USTA

Dan Mason, ESPN New Media

Marc Rosen, lawyer at Weil, Gotshal & Manges

 

 

 

What is a Community Conversation?

 

Think of it as an "un-panel" (or salon... whatever works for you) . We have "conversation leaders" but there are no tiers. Everyone is part of the audience and everyone can participate. We put 6-8 leaders into the crowd and lean on them to contribute the guiding thoughts behind our conversation, but we rely on much audience participation, questions, etc. to move things along.

 

 

 

Agenda

 

  1. How is digital media changing sports both now and in the future.
  2. How large an impact has digital media/technology had on the experience of the fan? How has it changed the business of sports?
  3. How does Sports drive innovation and change in media and consumer behavior?
  4. Where will the convergence of sports, media and technology lead the industry?
  5. What are the opportunities for startup companies to make an impact in Sports Media?

 

 

Please add more questions...

 

Bloggers/Photos/Video

 

  1. Upcoming/Flickr tag: upcoming:event=266300

 

RSVP

 

50 open spots.

 

  1. Charlie O'Donnell
  2. Ed Costello
  3. Ian Isanberg
  4. Gray Hayim
  5. Mike Felman, Waller Capital
  6. Jon Hillman, MTV
  7. Deepesh Banerji
  8. Seth Gaffney Deutsch
  9. Chris McAleenan
  10. Omri Bloch
  11. Lincoln Hochberg, MLB Advanced Media
  12. Thaniya Keereepart, MLB Advanced Media
  13. Sean W. Bohan
  14. Vin Bhat
  15. Benjamin Stein
  16. David Chen
  17. Aaron Carr
  18. Earl Patton
  19. Michael Senno
  20. Stephen Bluestein
  21. Rama Mandadi
  22. Raul Moreno
  23. Noah Waisberg
  24. Anil Doshi, introPLAY.com
  25. Gary Sharma
  26. Chad Evans, MLB Advanced Media
  27. David Berman
  28. Matt Minoff, Allen & Co
  29. Joe Medved, SoftBank Capital
  30. Shehzad Daredia
  31. Jordan Ablon
  32. Tim McGuinness
  33. Tim Kane
  34. Dan Gellert, Time Warner Investments
  35. Neal Shenoy, 212MEDIA, Sportsvite
  36. Will Cole
  37. Todd Swedock, UrbanTailgate.com
  38. Stefan Prelog, UrbanTailgate.com
  39. Doug Krugman
  40. Costa Tsiokos
  41. Napoleon Cole
  42. Sally Platt
  43. Charlie Gershman
  44. David Markowitz
  45. David Mozes
  46. Mindy Spire
  47. Debra Weinstein
  48. Courtney Litvack

 

Waiting list ?

  1. Doug Krugman (Matt Ittigson could not make it, I've added you in his spot)