What is the PULSE Conference?
The annual PULSE Conference provides perspective on the forces driving change across the media, entertainment, and sports sectors. These industries compose a dynamic world where existing business models are consistently evolving to stay relevant. PULSE examines the catalysts that are indelibly changing how we create, consume, and distribute content.
Where and When is PULSE?
Last year's PULSE Conference took place on the campus of UCLA Anderson at Korn Convocation Hall. The date for this year's event will be announced soon.
Who is at PULSE?
PULSE attracts prominent professionals in the media, entertainment, and sports industries. Our speakers have found ways to capitalize on the transformation of technology and globalization. They are ahead of the change and provide valuable insight on both the current state of the industry and where it is going. Noted participants included Nina Jacobson, Producer of "The Hunger Games" trilogy and CEO of Color Force and David Rone, President, Sports, News and Local Programming, Time Warner Cable. Additional speakers inlcuded represenatives form the following companies:
Why Should I Attend?
The conference is designed to promote ample opportunity for engagement, networking, and education. In addition to hearing from leading authorities on relevant issues, PULSE attendees have the opportunity to interface with fellow industry members and establish significant business connections. PULSE also prides itself on accessibility. In addition to the affordable registration fee, most PULSE speakers are available during the networking portions of the day, allowing opportunity to dialogue on a more personal level.
How Do I Register?
Registration for PULSE will be made available online. For more details, email us or check back here closer to the event.