Internet Week 2008

June 3-10, New York City

Click here for a complete Internet Week schedule of events

Digital Power: A ranking of the top 50 innovators leading Hollywood's march online
The Hollywood Reporter's first Digital Power issue highlights the individuals and companies plotting the course for content on emerging digital platforms. We've profiled the gatekeepers at the Web portals, the top execs reshaping the online distribution landscape and the stewards reinventing brands we already know. See the full list.

June 5, 2008

Panelists discuss deluge of media
The opportunities and challenges of the ever-growing consumption of online content and entertainment were in focus at Internet Week on Thursday. Full story

June 4, 2008

Yahoo-Microsoft talks 'ongoing,' Decker says
At the same time that Yahoo announced it is partnering with CBS for network content, its president Sue Decker told a Midtown Manhattan audience that talks with Microsoft continue and a partnership with the tech giant could be beneficial. Full story

Online content makes politics sexier
Online video and other content has made politics sexy again for more Americans and has increased their role in the political process, industry experts said here Wednesday. Full story

June 3, 2008


CBS ready for CNET
CBS Corp. president of network sales Jo Ann Ross talked up the company's pending acquisition of CNET Networks and the new College Sports Media online ad network at Tuesday's EconAds Seminar on the first full day of Internet Week. Full story

June 2, 2008

Internet Week kicks off in New York
Internet Week kicked off with a Monday evening reception at Gracie Mansion. Speaking at the event, Mayor Michael Bloomberg remarked that, though other industries in New York are experiencing a downturn, the city's technology sector is "booming." He pointed to Google's sizable office in New York as evidence of the industry's scope. "I think it's the perfect time to celebrate New York's Internet achievements," Bloomberg said. Full story


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