paidContent Entertainment 2011: Full Coverage

Here’s your chance to catch up on a jam-packed paidContent Entertainment — or brush up on the details for all of you who spent Thursday at The London in West Hollywood and joined virtually by live stream. Find out what Nolan Bushnell, founder of Atari, thinks content companies can learn from drug dealers; what Dawn Ostroff, president of Conde Nast Entertainment has in mind at her new gig; what Mark Suster, partner of GRP Partners, thinks Netflix (NSDQ: NFLX) needs; how Mario Queiroz, product development VP of Google (NSDQ: GOOG), explains Google TV isn’t a cord-cutting device; and much more. Plus, keep an eye out for the video coverage, coming soon.
»  @ pcE11: Tercek: The Content Is The Container
»  @ pcE11: Lessons Learned From Netflix And Others On New Digital Video World
»  @ pcE11: Where Do You Build Your Brand?
»  @ pcE11: Cutting Clutter To Build Love, Make Money In Web Video
»  @ pcE11: Google TV Is Not A ‘Cord-Cutting’ Product
»  @ pcE11: So You Want To Be A YouTube Star?
»  @ pcE11: Angry Birds ‘The Movie’ Or ‘The App’? It’s Just ‘The Experience’
»  @ pcE11: The Intersection Of Gaming And Gaming
»  @ pcE11: CBS’ Lanzone: If You Want Our Content, You’ll Have To Pay-A Lot
»  @ pcE11: Measuring The Twitter Effect On TV Viewing And Programming Choices
»  @ pcE11: Dawn Ostroff: Streaming Is Better Than DVRs For Advertising
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