LONDON — XBIZ is pleased to announce the speaker lineup for the upcoming international digital media conference, XBIZ EU.
Slated for Sept. 22-25, XBIZ EU returns to the stylish Radisson Edwardian Bloomsbury Hotel to bring together the industry’s movers and shakers from around the world. The three-day event will feature a new slate of business-networking opportunities and exclusive special events set throughout central London.
Distinctive of the brand, XBIZ EU 2013 will deliver a full schedule of powerful business-driven panel discussions and seminars covering a range of topics impacting the adult industry and digital media business on a global scale.
To see the full speaker lineup, click here.
This year’s XBIZ EU sessions will include Mastering Mobile Marketing, with panelists Gamelink’s Jeff Dillon, Mobile Entertainment’s Katy Philips, AdModa’s Sebastian Garel-Jones, ConvertAnywhere’s Scott Pattenden, Cherry Media’s Monica Robles and Julia Dimambro, StarEdition’s Alex Lecomte and consultant Damian Jennings.
The Ringing the Register: Smart Online Billing Strategies panel will feature PAY4’s Sascha Winkler, Epoch’s Frank Gannon, OrbitalPay’s Karen Campbell, NETbilling’s Wendy Nelson, CCBill’s Gary Jackson and CyberSocket’s Morgan Sommer.
Additional speakers slated to speak at XBIZ EU include, DatingFactory’s Sam, WhiteLabelDating’s Gary Taylor, AWE’s Douglas Richter, Mansion Productions’ Oystein Wright, ATKCash’s Kim Nielsen, Cash In Pill’s Bruno Anacona Lopes, ReallyUseful’s JT, Payze’s EvilChris and others.
XBIZ EU 2013 also will feature a range of special panel discussions, including the controversial Porn Studies session featuring editors Clarissa Smith and Georgina Voss, who will speak about the academic journal that garnered significant media attention; and The War on Porn panel featuring leading U.K. industry attorney Myles Jackman, U.S. attorney Marc Randazza, Free Speech Coalition's Diane Duke and author and commentator Nichi Hodgson.
Sex & Censorship will hold a public meeting during XBIZ EU to discuss opposition to censorship of the Internet and other media. Jerry Barnett, who founded Sex & Censorship, will open the meeting and will be followed by stripper and activist Edie Lamort, porn star Karina Currie, obscenity attorney Myles Jackman, the FSC's Diane Duke and Julian Petley, a professor who is an expert on censorship. Others, including a representative from the U.K. Pirate Party, also are slated to speak
For more event information, visit XBIZEU.com.