The Convergence of Media: Changing the Way You Live!
2001 CSPA Annual Conference
Are you ready for the new world of media convergence?
Co-sponsored by SDForum - SDForum members get the member rate! For detailed information, please visit the CSPA conference page.
With the advancement of networking and communications technologies, we are seeing the convergence of Internet, telephone, broadcast, cable, and wireless technologies. The borders among the different media channels are disappearing. You can watch interactive TV delivered over your phone line; or you can hook your computer to the Internet through the cable network. The media convergence will profoundly change how we work and live. It presents an unprecedented business opportunity for those who can master the diverse areas of technologies and build truly compelling mixed-media applications.
In CSPA Annual Conference 2001: The Convergence of Media, we will explore the implications and business opportunities in this new era of convergence. Prominent speakers in different segments of this area, from infrastructure suppliers to content providers will provide you insight and hopefully inspire ideas on how to embrace and capitalize on this revolution.
Saturday, June 30, 2001
< 9:40am-4:30pm Conference Program
Santa Clara Marriott Hotel (408-988-1500)
2700 Mission College Blvd., Santa Clara, CA
* Susan Mernit, VP of Content Programming, Netscape America Online
* Shaliesh Shukla, VP Business Development, Redback Networks
* Raphael Auphan, VP of Strategy and Market Development, ViaFone
* Vincent Dureau, Chief Technology Officer, OpenTV
* Richard Wong, Sr. VP of Marketing, Openwave
Register online by Thursday, June 28, 2001 and save up to $20!
$30 for all those who register and pay online.
Register at http://www.cspa.com/conf2001
After Thursday, June 28, 2001:
Online payment will not be available. You must pay at the door.
$40 for CSPA members, SDForum members and students
$50 for non-members
See the CSPA conference web site for a detailed agenda and more information.