AlphaBird Corporation today announced that Chase Norlin will be a featured speaker at Digital Strategies for Broadcasters 2010, BIA/Kelsey’s upcoming conference focused on opportunities for transforming the traditional media business, May 17-19, 2010, Jersey City, New Jersey. Mr. Norlin will participate on a panel titled “Make It Happen Now – Tomorrow May Be Too Late” scheduled at 11:30am EST on day two of the conference.
“We have assembled an extraordinary lineup of speakers for Digital Strategies for Broadcasters 2010, where we will focus on the new platforms broadcasters need to devise and implement to expand their revenues this year and beyond,” said Rick Ducey, chief strategy
officer, BIA Advisory Services, and conference chairman. “We are fortunate to have Mr. Norlin among our roster of speakers, and we look forward to his contribution to this event.”
AlphaBird (alphabird.com) enables video content producers to engage a guaranteed target audience with their video through a transparent network of website publishers, social networks, mobile devices, and digital out-of-home devices. In short, AB guarantees delivery of any video to any desired audience on a performance basis. AlphaBird was founded and is managed by online video industry veterans from ValueClick (NASDAQ: VCLK), InfoSpace (NASDAQ: INSP), and Sony (NYSE: SNE). The AlphaBird investor group is led by Joe Abrams. Abrams co-founded Intermix in 1998, the predecessor company to MySpace, which was sold to News Corp. (NASDAQ: NWS, NWSA; ASX: NWS, NWSLV) in 2005 for $580 million. In 1983, Abrams co-founded The Software Toolworks, Inc., a publicly held developer, publisher, and distributor of educational and entertainment software, which was sold to Pearson, Plc. (NYSE: PSO) in 1994 for $462 million.
About Digital Strategies for Broadcasters 2010
Digital Strategies for Broadcasters 2010 is BIA/Kelsey’s annual conference focused on the latest developments and trends for enhancing the traditional media business and creating the progressive change television and radio companies must make to ensure long-term success. The conference program will focus on the theme, “New Platforms, New Revenues.” Sessions will examine the full array of digital services such as Web sites, mobile apps, HD, 3D retrans and new electronics that are transforming the industry, and how broadcasters can best leverage them to earn hundreds of millions of dollars. DSB2010 is tailored to the needs of the local broadcaster community and will feature cutting-edge analysis and presentations from top broadcast executives and thought leaders.