Posts Tagged ‘Amazon’

Ogilvy had a big team out in San Francisco today for Social Media Week.  Their morning session at SPUR sold out almost as fast as Coachella.  The WSJ was to my side and behind me was the Peachpit PR guru who executed the Bunny Ears Blitz on Macworld 2009.  Nokia popped in to give away […]


No matter where you were in SF today, there was a screening – it was Wall Street 2 at Metreon, The Romantics at the Landmark Clay with Elijah Wood/Jeremy Strong Q&A, and You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger at the Variety Club.  I attended the latter amidst critic luminaries like Jan Wahl just to see […]


John Koller, Director of Marketing for Sony PlayStation dazzled Digital Living Room this morning as he announced that PlayStation is launching its first gamer-oriented reality show 1Q 2010.  PlayStation now has an in-house production unit with its own showrunners and is working on a development slate of branded entertainment.  Box strategists view original programming as […]


This is it!  The last week of conferences for the year and what a way to go out. Digital Living Room will be celebrating connected devices at Sun Microsystems, Santa Clara tomorrow and on Wednesday HRTS is lunching with the showrunners of Modern Family, Glee, Mad Men, How I Met Your Mother and Rescue Me at […]


As I combed the floor of the SF Auto Show earlier this week searching for answers, it was clear that the car is no longer just for driving just like the phone is no longer just for calling. My car runs so well I don’t even need a new car but for the nifty new […]


Rolling into town this week is Kevin Werbach’s Supernova at Mission Bay #SN09, Scott Kirsner’s Building Audiences at BAVC, and Ken Goldberg’s Future of the Forum at UC Berkeley.  Meanwhile in Vegas, the International Film & Music Festival Summit will be training screeners and festival directors, chatting about programming strategies and brainstorming the future role of festivals […]


Streaming Media West is in full swing.  With 150 speakers and 40 sessions, it is a real treat that all the videos will soon be posted at StreamingMedia.com. The video to my Commonwealth Club Smarter TV event from earlier this week will also soon be available on FORA.tv.  Between the two events, there was much discussion about […]