Presented by

James Cameron, Filmmaker
Jon Landau, Filmmaker
Bill Carr,
Amazon
Ron Sanders,
Warner Home Video
David Bishop,
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Mike Dunn,
Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment
Craig Kornblau,
Universal Studios Home Entertainment
Steve Beeks,
Lionsgate
Brian Siegal,
Sony Electronics
Dan Schinasi,
Samsung Electronics America
Spencer Wang,
Credit Suisse
Amy Jo Smith,
DEG: The Digital Entertainment Group
Blu-Con Program Highlighted
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Beverly Hills (August 16, 2010) — Hollywood-based trade association DEG: The Digital Entertainment Group will present its third annual conference focusing on the current and emerging technologies surrounding Blu-ray Disc on Tuesday, November 2 at The Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills.

The Blu-Con 2010 event is specifically designed to bring together a variety of creative, marketing and business experts from across the entertainment and electronics industries. The event is expected to attract more than 400 attendees, and will offer a program that will underscore the vital role that Blu-ray plays in today's home entertainment environment as a key driver in the industry.
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DEG Announces Bill Carr of Amazon.com as Retail Keynote at Blu-Con Event November 2

Bill Carr, Vice President, Music and Video, Amazon.com will be the morning retailer keynote at the DEG’s Blu-Con event on Tuesday, November 2 at The Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles. Bill Carr, Vice President, Music and Video will present his unique perspective on the expanding the Blu-ray Disc market segment.
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Analysts to Query Home Entertainment Presidents

What do the studios think about the state of Blu-ray adoption and what are industry plans to expand the market? Blu-Con goes right to the top for the answers in a panel discussion where Michael Nathanson, Nomura Securities and Spencer Wang, Credit Suisse hold a forum with presidents from five leading home entertainment companies; Steve Beeks, Lionsgate; David Bishop, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment; Mike Dunn, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment; Craig Kornblau, Universal Studios Home Entertainment; and Ron Sanders, Warner Home Video.