Untethered 2010 explores media opportunities on the tablet
We've got the iPad, Kindle, and the Nook. What do all these more powerful computing devices mean for the media and publishing world?
Next Thursday, June 17, The Big Money, will explore these issues at its Untethered 2010 conference in New York. Sarah Chubb, president of Condé Nast Digital, Steven Brill, founder of Press+, Donald Graham, Chairman of the Washington Post Co., and Edward Lazarus, Chief of Staff for Federal Communications Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski, are among speakers attending the event in New York. James Ledbetter, editor of The Big Money, is overseeing the event.
For the policy fans out there: I'll be moderating a discussion on regulatory hurdles and questions that could affect tablet computing and publishing. Tim Wu, professor at Columbia University Law School, Lazarus of the FCC, Brill, and Paul Aiken, executive director of the Authors Guild will be on the panel.
The event falls on the same day as the FCC's open meeting, where Chairman Genachowski will introduce his plan to redefine broadband access services as a telecommunications service. My colleague, Jia Lynn Yang, will take over coverage that day. Jia Lynn will also be my guest blogger next week.
June 9, 2010; 3:47 PM ET
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