Digg Founder to Keynote at ad:tech San Francisco

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Having just returned from SXSW in Austin where the bleeding edge digerati share their wisdom regarding all things interactive, it's pleasing to know we'll be able to experience it again at ad:tech San Francisco where Digg Founder Kevin Rose, who was at SXSW, will be the closing keynote speaker Thursday, April 17 at 4:45PM. We captured him, along with Reddit and StumbleUpon founders, at an SXSW party. Now we'll be able to see him speak.

Other keynotes during ad:tech San Francisco, which is held April 15-7 at the Moscone Center, include NBC Universal Chief Digital Officer George Kliavkoff who will talk about how NBC is taking NBC's programming digital through the company's just launched Hulu (which rocks, by the way) and other outlets.

Randall Rothenberg from the IAB will be there as will Jeremy Wright from Nokia's Ad Service, Pete Blackshaw from Nielsen online, Jeffrey Hayzlett from Eastman Kodak, Jordan Warren from Agency.com (should we lob a question to him about that Subway video? heh, heh) and several others.

If you're planning on going, register today as the Early Bird special ends today.

by Steve Hall    Mar-14-08   Click to Comment   
Topic: Industry Events   

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Kevin Rose is the biggest power-down on the internet. When I see his douchebag face on something, my life force is immediately drained.

thanks a lot.

Posted by: brandon on March 14, 2008 12:21 PM

Steve: Ad-Tech should be fun indeed, and I'm really pumped about the main panel I'm moderating on the "Art of Conversation." Let's be sure to catch up.

- pete

Posted by: Pete Blackshaw on March 15, 2008 2:37 AM







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