SOURCE: Maven Networks

June 02, 2005 09:21 ET

Maven Networks Executives Spotlight Interactive Advertising Trends and Opportunities at Digital Media Summit in Los Angeles

CAMBRIDGE, MA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- June 2, 2005 -- David George, vice president of sales and alliances at Maven Networks, will outline trends in interactive media advertising and the opportunities being uncovered by major brand marketers and entertainment companies that are using new broadband-savvy technologies to better engage consumers. The presentation, "Interactive Marketing Gets Real," will be part of the Digital Media Summit in Los Angeles.

George and the panelists will discuss leading companies that are cashing in on ads, promotions and sponsorship online and in emerging media such as Internet TV channels, mobile devices, video on demand, and games. Other participants include Jeannie Novak (moderator), founder, Indiespace; Adrian Sexton, vice president, digital media, Lions Gate Entertainment; Olivier Gers, senior vice president, licensing, Americas, FremantleMedia Licensing Worldwide; Robb McDaniels, CEO, InGrooves; Liz Jones, vice president, digital marketing, 20th Century Fox; and John Geoghegan, vice president, marketing and sales, LucasArts.

The panel on Tuesday, June 7, at the Digital Media Summit will be held at the Universal Hilton in Los Angeles.

WHO:    David George, vice president of sales and alliances at Maven
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WHAT:   Interactive Marketing Gets Real

WHEN:   Tuesday, June 7, 5:00-6:00 pm (PT)

WHERE:  Universal Hilton, Los Angeles
David George brings more than 16 years of global experience in sales, business development, marketing and professional services to Maven Networks. He has grown revenue at both start up and public organizations such as Xerox Corporation, FTP Software, NetGenesis, FairMarket and most recently eBay. Prior to joining Maven, David established and grew eBay's Strategic Partner Sales organization. He joined eBay via an acquisition of FairMarket where he managed the worldwide sales team.

In addition, on June 8 at 2:30p, Maven Networks will do a special 8-minute spotlight demo on its latest IP video on demand (VoD) technology and discuss how media companies can quickly and easily leverage trends in consumer technology to create their own Video-On-Demand (VoD) and Internet TV channels today. The presentation will be conducted by Tonie Hansen, director of marketing at Maven Networks, and Brent Fraser, director, sales and alliances.

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