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Your conference guide for AlwaysOn OnHollywood (April 27th-29th), where cutting-edge technology CEOs from the back streets of Silicon Valley meet...
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Is it time to bail out of Hollywood, or inject new thinking and capital into it? The former president of Fox Interactive Media tells conference goers it's time for fundamental change.
Kaltura, a start-up that allows videographers to collaborate on mashups, is making a name for itself.
Tom McInerney, co-founder of video-sharing site Guba, invests in Shopflick, a site with aspirations of becoming the Web's version of the Home Shopping Network.
Veoh founder says Eisner expressed his pleasure with the company's progress by pouring more money into it.
Stock photo site continues its push into the digital media market by purchasing the independent music licensing company for $42 million.
Utilizing tech that simplifies life in the Digital Age, teens are the chief communication architects of their homes and the future, OnHollywood panelists conclude.
Ferrell's Funny or Die comedy Web site is attracting some high-profile stars--and investment dollars. Photo: Funny or Die scores laughs with Sequoia investor
Author of upcoming book The Cult of the Amateur: How today's Internet is killing our culture and assaulting our Economy, Keen is emerging as the one of the chief critics of new media.