The Daily Reel Convenes the Web's Most Famous Viral Video Artists for One Day Online Video Community Conference

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The Daily Reel @ Digital Hollywood marks the first time that the online video sharing community creators of the web's most watched viral videos gather to talk about the future of online video.

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This is a topic of critical importance for Digital Hollywood's attendees, and The Daily Reel is the ideal partner to bring together the core players in the broad spectrum of online video. Anyone who believes that 'content is king' must attend this conference

The Daily Reel, thedailyreel.com, where creators of Online Video and User Generated Content (UGC), gather and have their prosumer and amateur video movie work showcased, announced today that they will be convening the creators of the Internet's most infamous and most watched independent viral videos for a one day conference on the future of online video making during Digital Hollywood's annual fall confab The Daily Reel at Digital Hollywood.

Similar to The Daily Reel's "ReeledIn" video community site, "The Daily Reel @ Digital Hollywood" aims to its bring the virtual marketplace of online video creators, video and indie film websites and traditional and entertainment and media entities together offline, where they can meet, exchange ideas about how to make a video and interact with each other. Also expected to attend will be entertainment industry eaders from the film, television, music video, entertainment, media, advertising, marketing and technology industries.

Among the attendees will include the creators of "Obama Girl," and "Evolution of Dance," which is the most viewed and watched viral video of all-time on YouTube at over 55 million viewings.

"We are excited to bring together the 'best and brightest' of the online video clips world to discuss how user-generated and online independent video content is changing our culture and our lives," Jeff Stern, CEO, The Daily Reel said. "It will be the first time ever that many of these independent TV, film, video, and music video content creators will have met, face to face and it will be interesting to watch the exchange of ideas fly." REELEDin - The Community for Online Video Creators

The conference will feature "How-To" sessions for indie digital video creators seeking to improve their technical, marketing and creative video making skills. There will also be an all-day "open-mic" event where creators' work will be screened in a multimedia environment.

Confirmed speakers at this time include: Judson Laipply, creator, Evolution of Dance (most-viewed video of ALL-TIME on youtube); Ben Relles, creator, Obama Girl; Hayden Black, creator, Goodnight Burbank; Brent Weinstein, CEO, 60Frames; Natalie Vansant, director of business development & strategy, Stage 9/Disney; Brad Inman, CEO and Founder, TurnHere Inc.; Matt Dentler, director, SXSW; Jeremy Colter, Director of Digital Programming, Sony Pictures; Sankar Patel, Butler, Shine, Stern & Partners; Dina Kaplan, COO, Blip.TV; Doug Kamin, SVP Marketing, VideoJug; Sarah Szalavitz, Director of Content Development, Veoh; Tim Street, creator, FrenchMaidTV; and David Sarno, journalist, Los Angeles Times.

The conference will take place October 31st during the Digital Hollywood Fall Conference (October 29-31st) at the Renaissance Hotel in Hollywood, CA.

"This is a topic of critical importance for Digital Hollywood's attendees, and The Daily Reel is the ideal partner to bring together the core players in the broad spectrum of online video. Anyone who believes that 'content is king' must attend this conference," said Victor Harwood, CEO of Digital Hollywood.

About The Daily Reel:

The Daily Reel is a video community for the "doers" and enthusiasts in online video -- a place where video prosumers, creators and aficionados of free Online Videos, video camcorders, recorders and User Generated content go to showcase and watch the best in online video. The Daily Reel's ReeledIn is a growing video community and gathering place for indie film and video content creators everywhere-- where they can connect, learn, find work and even get discovered.

So, if you want to find out what's happening in online video, how it is affecting our society, your business, or become a part of the revolution yourself, tune in to The Daily Reel. http://www.thedailyreel.com

About Digital Hollywood:

Digital Hollywood debuted in 1990 and has from its start been among the leading trade conferences in its field with over 15,000 top executives in the film, television, music, home video, cable, telecommunications and computer industries attending the various events each year.

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