Virtual reality, internet television, augmented reality, how to make a deal with creators. These are just some of the topics on the schedule for the spring 2016 Digital Hollywood Summit held in Los Angeles.
The conference, scheduled for May 3 – 6, 2016, started back in 1994, and is considered one of the leading trade conferences for the industry.
This year’s themes include those above, plus the California Education Summit (which includes working with digital media in a university setting), financing, the women’s summit (which is about content created by and for women), advertising, and social TV.
Prices run from $350 per day all the way to $635 for all the events, with discounts for groups and other special categories. Run by Digital Hollywood, the organization also does a Media Summit as well as a Digital Hollywood Live event. For more information about the summit, as well as to register, visit Digital Hollywood’s website.
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