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    Posted October 24, 2012 by
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    Digital Hollywood vs. Entertainment Matters


    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     montebubbles told me, 'It's the flip side of a coin. It contradicts much of what was said at Digital Hollywood but then it should considering Digital Hollywood was executives and major production companies and Entertainment Matters was focused on digital equipment and those people that perform in front of and in back of the camera.' Day's dog got the most applause for appearing in her webisodes. She quipped, 'My dog is now more important than anyone working on the project.'
    - hhanks, CNN iReport producer

    There is as much difference as what happened at Digital Hollywood vs. Entertainment Matters as there is between night and day.

    You have 2 diverse opinions on what should be and what is for digital content. Are both exactly right?

    They are coming from 2 perspectives - one from the aggregators and the second from the people that actually work on the project. The first prefers shorter content and selective apps with the knowledge that second screen damages the experience. The latter doesn't believe in standardization, wants apps and interactive everywhere.

    Photos include Brent Weinstein, Head of Digital Media, United Talent Agency; Karen Chupka, CEA Senior Vice President; 2013 International CES Entertainment Matters Brand Ambassador Felicia Day; Tim Street, Board of Directors IAWTV; Shawn DuBravac, CEA, Chief Economist and Director of Research; John Lehr and Nancy Hower, creators/star/director, and Ron Gellar, Vice President, Worldwide Content Relations - Dolby
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