Don’t Miss Out on the Digital Age of Entertainment; IDG ‘s First Annual EnterTech Conference Kicks Off in One Week

WHO: IDG Conference Management Company

WHAT: The first-annual EnterTech Conference explores how technology is changing the entertainment industry. The three-day conference is packed with keynotes, panels, roundtable sessions and live technology demonstrations from today's leading digital entertainment visionaries.

Confirmed keynotes at EnterTech:

— Larry Kasanoff, chairman and CEO of Threshold Entertainment, a leading

intellectual property management company specializing in digital media

— Jim Moloshok, president of Warner Brothers Online, the popular

entertainment network with an award-winning online presence for its

television, movies, music properties

— Thomas Mount, founder of The Mount Company, president of the acclaimed

industry group the Producers Guild of America

— Carl Rosendahl, chairman and founder of Pacific Data Images, makers of

the acclaimed digital motion picture "Antz"

Companies participating include: Compaq, Hewlett-Packard, Interactive Pictures Group, Iomega, KPMG Peat Marwick, Lucas Film/THX, Post Magazine, The Producers Guild of America, RealNetworks, Silicon Graphics, The Technology Council of the Motion Picture and Television Industry, WITI, Xing Technologies and many, many more!

WHEN: Sunday, April 25, 1999 through Tuesday, April 27, 1999

WHERE: LaCosta Resort and Spa Carlsbad, California

WHY: EnterTech's unique and powerful program will address and answer key questions facing both the entertainment and technologies industries:

— The Future of Television

— How Technology is Redefining Distribution

— Artists' Rights in the Digital Age

— The Electronic Cinema: When Movies are 100% Digital

— VC's, Angels and Dealmakers: commentary and prognostications on the

relationship of entertainment and technology

Visit the EnterTech Web site at


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