Speakers and Agenda Announced for the Asia Pacific Entertainment & Media (APEM) Summit 2007 in Los Angeles

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Event to Highlight Key Issues Facing the Asia Entertainment Industry from Asia and U.S. companies.

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Entertainment Asia Network, Inc. (EAN) has announced its agenda and list of confirmed speakers for the upcoming Asia Pacific Entertainment & Media (APEM) Summit 2007 to be held at Pacific Design Center in Los Angeles on October 17-18, 2007.

The two day executive-level conference is the most Asia-focused entertainment industry event for companies who look to do business and learn more about the film, TV, video game, mobile and Internet content industries in Asia, the fastest growing market in the world today. Industry veterans will discuss and analyze key issues from Asia's entertainment industry that are affecting today's global market and business strategies.

"Even by our conservative estimates, we forecast that even just the combined film markets of Asia, led mostly by China and India's unprecedented growth, will overtake the U.S. market by sometime in 2020," said Alex Shin, CEO of Entertainment Asia Network. "We believe this is a direct indication that Asia will be the largest market for entertainment consumption in the world and this conference was organized to address the importance of profiting now from the region's rapid growth."

APEM Summit 2007 will highlight some of the most significant issues facing the Asia entertainment industry today, with panel discussions and presentations including:

Legislation/Policy - "Government Control: Asia's Legislations and Policies in Entertainment"
Film/Television - "Distribution to Asia: Maximizing Profit and Exposure"
Production/Creative Power - "Creative Power: Who holds it in Asia?"
IPTV/VOD - "IPTV: Best Distribution Option in Asia?"
Mobile Entertainment - "Mobile TV: Asia's Next Frontier"
Online Gaming - "Casual Online Games: Asia's Lucrative Business Models"
Internet/User-Generated Content - "UGC: Monetizing in Asia"
Social Networking - "Mobile Social Networking: Adopting from the Asia Experience"

Over 500 executives and decision-makers from leading film/TV production and distribution studios, video game companies, mobile entertainment companies, Internet companies, venture capital firms, advertising firms, technology companies, attorneys, marketing companies and government agencies will attend.

Speakers include:
Laureen Ong, COO, STAR Group
Reed Manville, Managing Director, Asia, NBC Universal Global Networks
Jeanie Han, SVP, Paramount Pictures
Eric Rollman, EVP, Animation/Television, Marvel Studios
Dave Madden, EVP of Sales, Marketing and Business Development, WildTangent
Keizo Tsuchiya, Chief Executive Director, JETRO Los Angeles
Lifeng Wang, Founder and President, Eastar (Xing Xing) Digital
Han Kim, General Partner, Altos Ventures
David Alpert, Partner, Circle of Confusion
Barry Glasser, Producer/Writer, Golden Ocean Entertainment
Thomas Lee, Head of Business Development, Nexon America
Brent Weinstein, CEO, 60Frames Entertainment
Kacy Andrews, CEO, Bigfoot Entertainment
Terry Thoren, CEO, Rocket Fish Studios
HJ Ahn, VP, Media Division, KT Corporation
Ted Cohen, Managing Partner, TAG Strategic
Jeremy Ross, Director of New Product Development, TOKYOPOP
Janet Yang, President/Producer, American Sterling Productions and Manifest Film Company
Marty Shindler, CEO/Partner, The Shindler Perspective
Hemang Mehta, Production Management Director, Microsoft TV
Levi Shapiro, Director of Audience Metrics, Telephia
Peter Shiao, CEO, Ironpond
Austin Change, Director/Strategy and Operations, Online Games, MTV Networks
May Oh, Head of Business Development for Greater China and India, QUALCOMM | MediaFLO
Marc Yi, Director, Intel Capital
Maura Kawai, Senior International Trade Specialist, United States Department of Commerce
Dennis Young, CEO, Glocal Media
Won Chung, Senior Director of Business Development, Trion World Network

Event sponsors, media partners and supporting organizations include STAR Group, Lenos Software, Korea Culture and Content Agency (KOCCA), TOKYOPOP, Asia Society, JETRO Los Angeles and ContentAsia.

For complete details about APEM Summit 2007 including agenda and registration please visit: APEM Summit 2007.

About Entertainment Asia Network (EAN)

Entertainment Asia Network (EAN) is a business news and analysis source that specializes in providing industry information pertaining to the rapidly growing entertainment and media markets in Asia. Our areas of coverage include the Asian industries of film/movie, TV, video game, mobile content, Internet content and music. Our primary goal is to evaluate important industry-specific news and information needed to gain greater understanding and access into Asian markets via news articles and market reports on our website at http://www.entertainmentasia.com and our weekly newsletters that are read by more than 12,000 executive-level subscribers.

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