AdMonsters Publisher Forum, Sonoma

Where leading publishers shape the future of media.

3 6 March 2013

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AdMonsters Publisher Forum: Making Media Work - Where leading publishers shape the future of media

A conference with a unique focus on the intersection of ops+tech+business impact on media:

*highest-quality peer-driven content -- not your standard speaker circuit talking head
*uniquely intimate community
*actionable best practices
*unique conversations that you won’t have anywhere else
*understand your role in context of the industry
*drill down on specific technical and business topics
*get answers to critical questions
*learn about the latest technology solutions.

AdMonsters started in 1999 with our first Publisher Forum, then known simply as AdMonsters, and this remains our flagship conference for online publishers.

While all of our conferences are focused exclusively on forwarding the careers of digital strategists, the Publisher Forum is even more specific in its focus, with attendance limited to the most senior leaders in ad operations and technology at online publishers. Participants gather for three days of in-depth peer-to-peer discussions, focused on developing actionable solutions and best practices in response to cutting edge challenges.

8 speakers

  • Paul Valerio Principal, Insights, Method Inc.
  • Kerel Cooper Director, Ad Ops, Advance Digital
  • Bill Murray VP of Advertising, Weather Channel
  • Eric Harris EVP, Business Operations, BuzzFeed
  • Brian Monohan EVP; Managing Partner, MAGNA Global
  • Michael Smith President, Chief Digital Office, Forbes.com

3 known attendees

  • Joshua R. Weaver
  • todd sawicki
  • Maria Tucker

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  • Rob Beeler

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