Posts Tagged ‘Easy to Assemble’

Digital Hollywood, the mecca for content executives kicks off today at the Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel with a myriad of choices of things to do and people to see. Here is just Day One, the pre-conference day.  Just try choosing between the Variety Entertainment Summit (VES), the Gerber Rigler Hollywood Content Summit, and then […]


Disney had a banner morning at WonderCon today as 3500 packed the Moscone Esplanade to see clips from the upcoming fantasy epics Price of Persia, Sorcerer’s Apprentice and Toy Story 3.  Comic-Con franchise proving once again to be the best launch pad for action adventure blockbuster films. During the press events, I had a chance to […]


#CES and #NATPE kicked off the year with keen insights into ubiquitous connectivity and content. Awashed in fantastical visions, the theme of imaginative wonder, optimism and excitement permeated the events marking the awakening of a magical many-to-many era. Enter SyFy’s House of Imagination and Alcatel-Lucent’s LTE world – rich, frictionless space for magical personal experiences.  Car as platform, toaster […]


There were many laugh out loud moments today with Hugh Laurie and Judge Judy in the morning, and Chris Hartwick of Web Soup at the Digital Luminaries Awards, but no one could top Donald Trump who won over many fans when Andy Cohen of Bravo asked Jillian Michaels, Curtis Stone and Trump their thoughts on […]


As the sun went down, it was schmooze-o-rama at Digital Media Insider. I felt like Snazzy Sheridan, ETA Spazzy’s sister, tweeting live the mixer. Got Twit Pics of Avner and Illeana, Dominik and Wilson, Rob and Warren. The panels were great too as the jam packed concise wisdom of Tim Chang came out faster than […]


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 […]


After hearing more about the Roku channel program at my recent Smarter TV event, I just had to check it out, so they sent me a demo and I have since fallen in love with it.  Out of the box it was a delight – I put the batteries in the remote, plugged in the cables, […]