FSC Announces Limited Space for Nov. 18 ‘Digital Environment’ Summit

Slav Kandyba
CANOGA PARK, Calif. — The Free Speech Coalition has announced limited space for its first-ever conference on digital entertainment to take place Nov. 18 in Universal City, Calif.

Mainstream speakers will join their adult industry counterparts at the “How to Survive and Thrive in the Digital Environment” summit at the Sheraton Universal Hotel. Vivid Entertainment managing partner Steven Hirsch and Adult Entertainment Broadcast Network founder and President Scott Coffman will speak on a panel moderated by Tom Hymes, Sex.com’s news director.

The day-long seminar will cover topics including content delivery transitions to digital formats, piracy, copyright, legal options and maintaining and creating revenue streams in the new environment.

“This is an opportunity for the adult entertainment industry to come together with our partners in mainstream entertainment to take a proactive look at content protection and monetization in today’s digital environment,” Free Speech Coalition Executive Director Diane Duke said.

Space is limited and individuals interested in attending should RSVP by Nov. 13. Tickets are available on a first-come-first-serve basis. FSC members will be admitted at no charge, while the ticket price for non-members is $30. Individual or professional FSC memberships start at $50.

To RSVP or for more information, contact Keah at (818) 983-9373 or email Keah@freespeechcoalition.com.