The Acacia Research Group has announced Cross Platform Summit 2006, a conference designed to address the challenges of developing and deploying content across multiple platforms in today's market.
Acacia's Cross Platform Summit 2006 will be held in the Grand Ballroom of the Bel Age Hotel in West Hollywood, CA on August 9 and 10. Attendees will engage in round-robin panel sessions with expert speakers from across the entertainment business, with participants ranging from technology providers enabling new distribution models to content creators.
Sessions currently scheduled for the event include “Shouting Out: Establishing Loyalty in an On-Demand World” by Brian Bruning, nVidia's director of handheld content, and “Sounds Like Chicken: Differentiating Content Across Platforms” by Larry Mellon, Emergent Game Technologies' vice president of engineering & systems architect.
Other scheduled sessions include topics such as “Life's Soundtrack: How Will the Industry Create a Total Content Experience for Users?”, “Distribution Revolution: Who Will Emerge as Kings in the New Content Distribution World?”, “Device Dilemma: How Many Devices Do Users Really Need?”, “Think Globally, Act Locally: Balancing Standardization with Local Needs”, “Department of Content Security: Covering Your Assets Across the Media Landscape”, and “It's All About Networking: The Evolving Role of Network Operators in Content Development & Distribution”.
For more information on Cross Platform Summit 2006, interested parties can visit the official website