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NY Emmy® Nomination Announcement

OLD RULES vs. NEW MEDIA

The Producers Guild of America New Media Council East with
The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences
 
Presents the 2006-2007 Panel and Salon Series
OLD RULES vs. NEW MEDIA
Tuesday, September 19, 2006
7 pm – 9 pm
 
LOCATION: The Screening Room at The Core Club
66 East 55th Street
New York City
www.thecoreclub.com
 
Networking mixer to follow. Light refreshments to be provided.
 
Space is extremely limited. A confirmed RSVP for this event is required.
Please email:  rsvp_natas@pga-ny.org to request a seat.
All RSVPs are for one person only. 
All RSVPs must be re-confirmed to be considered valid. 
 
THIS IS A NATAS MEMBERS ONLY EVENT!
 
OLD RULES vs. NEW MEDIA
 
The Internet is a playground for copyright infringement of all types, whether it be for music, movies, video, and/or software products.  Many producers today are skeptical to showcase their work online for fear of piracy or otherwise finding their traditional distribution vehicles undermined.  More in fact wonder when Digital Rights Management (DRM) will become a reality and thus finally enable them to monetize their work online using traditional and familiar licensing models.  But is this really the best strategy in today’s media environment?  Or are these professionals missing out on the real power and opportunity of the web?  And what tools exist today to secure the distribution of content in the digital realm?  Who is innovating and who is falling behind?  Find out more in this challenging discussion on whether DRM will ever truly be a reality or if, in reality, it ever truly needs to be.
 
Michael S. Simon, Senior Vice President Business Affairs, General Counsel and Chief Strategic Officer, Harry Fox Agency – www.harryfox.com
 
Shelly Palmer, Managing Director, Advanced Media Ventures Group LLC, is an award-winning inventor, technologist, composer and television producer.  He is the host of Media 3.0 with Shelly Palmer, a weekly business news show that can be seen on public television and online at  www.media30.com.  For more information, visit  www.shellypalmer.com.
 
Event hosted by Jeff Dachis and Marc Scarpa, NY Co-Chairs, Producers Guild of America, New Media Council.
Speaker Michael S. Simon; Shelly Palmer

When?

Tue, Sept. 19, 2006
2 p.m. - 4 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Eastern

Where?

The Screening Room at The Core Club
66 East 55th Street
New York, NY