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Registrations open for the Summit conference of the Future of Packaged Entertainment

Jointly produced by the Entertainment Merchants Association, Storage association on content delivery and Media-Tech Association, the Future of Packaged Entertainment Summit is scheduled for February third to fourth at California, Hollywood based Universal Hilton.

Various topics will be addressed upon include green packaging, blu ray disc marketing, attitude of consumers towards the media of packaging, checking to see how far entertainment media will be safeguarded from recession, manufacturing operations in the media, credit crunch effects, etc.

This event is innovative and attempts to reinstate belief in the optical discs with entertainment content which is believed by many to be disappearing from the market very fast, replaced by electronic delivery. This event is therefore ideal for those who are in the music, movies and television production and distribution field.

Speakers in the panel sessions will include producers of content from Hollywood and various others representing the media supply chain in the package industry. There will be a widespread discussion on high definition and standard packaged media’s current state.
On the first day, they will be addressing challenges in the technology sector. On the second day, the aspect of challenges in the field of content and marketing will be analyzed in detail. Companies are given an opportunity to showcase their services and products in the form of exhibits. Registration for the conference is now open. Those interested can also register for participation in this conference directly online on

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