Future Trends in Digital Signage
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Start your day off at the Digital Signage Expo with a thought provoking session that will leave you with a fresh perspective for the rest of Digital Signage Expo.
The Digital Signage Federation (DSF) will be presenting a moderated panel discussion about future trends in the practice of digital signage and how these trends could affect future implementations, content management, and the business strategy of people using these technologies. The panel consists of highly engaged and connected DSF leaders who will provide perspectives as end users, network operators, and technology providers.
This hosted breakfast session, limited to the first 250 registrants, is complimentary for attendees of the DSE 2015 education sessions and DSF Members on Tuesday, March 10, 2015 . A continental breakfast will be served.
If you are not a DSF member (email us if you are not sure) but would still like to attend you may do so through the Digital Signage Expo registration process if you are attending education sessions. - www.digitalsignageexpo.net
Kim Sarubbi, DSF Immediate Past-Chairman & President & CEO, Saddle Ranch Digital
Ken Goldberg, DSF Chairman & CEO, Real Digital Media
Randy Dearborn, DSF Vice Chairman & Vice President Multimedia & Guest Technology, MGM Resorts International
Vidya Nagarajan, Product Manager at Google
About our Panel
Kim Sarubbi is a savvy sales and marketing executive with 20 years of experience producing content for place-based media. With her roots in film and television, and realizing that there were a limited number of people who knew how to produce compelling content that could bring value to a network, Sarubbi focused her attention into the production of content for place-based media. She made it her prime focus to create digital content for out-of-home environments, while also selling advertising for the networks.
This experience has helped her to understand the importance of engaging content. Content has been under-represented for too long. She has made it her mission to bring content to the forefront and educate Networks on the importance of great content.
Ms. Sarubbi dove head first into place-based media back in 1992 when she began producing content for PetCARE TV, who remains one of her best clients. She was also instrumental in securing advertisers for the network. Since launching the company in 2001, Ms. Sarubbi has evolved Saddle Ranch Digital from a company focusing on content production for a handful of medical networks into an award-winning advanced media firm with a roster of global clients.
Ken Goldberg has been the CEO of Real Digital Media since 2004, where his experience in information technology, retail systems and entrepreneurship have all been put to use. Before joining RDM, Ken was co-founder and president of CFT Consulting, a leading provider of retail systems consulting, which was sold to Answerthink in 1999. Ken was a member of Answerthink’s leadership team and was instrumental in driving retail-focused offerings across the company’s solution groups. Ken had been a manager in Deloitte’s national retail practice before starting up CFT. He started his career as an equities analyst at Standard & Poor’s, and was an executive in a 21-store apparel chain before entering the consulting field. He has also been an angel investor and advisor to a number of startup companies. To learn more about Ken’s thoughts, visit his blog and Twitter Feed.
Randy Dearborn is vice president of multimedia and guest technology for MGM Resorts International, one of the world’s leading hotel and gaming companies headquartered in Las Vegas. Dearborn has been with the company for 20 years and has played an instrumental role in the development of fixed and mobile digital media technology, including content, hardware and software. His previous work experience includes Disney, Four Seasons and Marriott Hotels.
Dearborn is currently chairperson for CCSD/CSN/UNLV Joint Technical Skills Committee, as well as Program Advisory Board for The Art Institute of Las Vegas and a current DSE and DSF board member
Vidya Nagarajan is a Product Manager at Google focusing on Chrome devices for Business and Education. She leads product management for Chrome OS as a kiosk platform to build purpose built devices such as Chromebox for Meetings and Signage. She has been at Google for the past 7 years. She first started working on the Google apps for business product line and helped deploy Google apps to some of Google's largest customers such as Genentech and City of Los Angeles. Vidya holds a Bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering and a Master of Business Administration degree.