Today, we bring together
We've seen – from our consumer and advertiser insights – that premium content powers the differentiation that brands are looking for to reach and engage with consumers. AOL powers content and brands through its well-known media properties, including Autoblog, TechCrunch, Moviefone, Engadget, The Huffington Post, Stylelist, MapQuest and Patch. As a part of this, we are deeply committed to original programming and understand the importance of creating a meaningful marketplace for brands with digital content. Given our range of branded, premium, social and video-centric programming, we continue to deliver interesting and valuable experiences to users -which is what advertisers want and need.
This afternoon at the Highline Stages in NYC,
I'll be keynoting the event, and program speakers and panels will include:
- Brand Solutions with AOL's Jim Norton, Head of Sales & Janet Balis, Head of Sales Strategy, Marketing and Partnerships
- Mega-Trends with AOL's Ned Brody, Chief Revenue Officer
Behind Our Content with Jim Stengel, CEO of Jim Stengel Co. and former Global Marketing Officer for P&G (moderator):
- Michael Hogan, Moviefone
- Christina Norman, HuffPost BlackVoices
- David Kiley, AOL Autos
- Tim Stevens, AOL Tech
- Susan Kaplow, HuffPost Women
- Main Stage with Ran Harnevo, Head of AOL Video
We'll also have on stage with us incredibly talented fashion & style influencers like Nina Garcia, Rachel Roy and Erin Fetherston; Michael Eisner, an icon in the American entertainment industry, and Larry Tanz,
We are thrilled to be a part of this inaugural event and look forward to many Digital Content NewFronts to come.