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March 1, 2007

Google's David Eun To Keynote Super Session At NAB2007

WASHINGTON, DC - David Eun, vice president of content partnerships at Google, will serve as the keynote speaker for an NAB2007 super session entitled "The Revolutionizing Impact of Broadband Video" in Las Vegas, April 17.

With broadband video revolutionizing the video business and traditional business models facing unprecedented change, Eun will discuss how startups are capitalizing on powerful, inexpensive technologies that give consumers greater control of their video experience. Super session participants will also focus on how seismic changes in content delivery are impacting both copyright laws and local broadcasters' territorial exclusivity agreements.

"The Revolutionizing Impact of Broadband Video" super session will provide a 360-degree view of broadband video's impact, with a panel of experts sharing strategies for success, lessons learned and insights for the future.

Eun worked on strategy operations and new business formation in broadband content and digital distribution for the Google's media and communications group. After serving as chief of staff, he became vice president of content partnerships, where he currently directs the business development and operational execution of deals with Google's video, print, and local content partners. Prior to his tenure at Google, Eun worked at NBC, where he led some the network's first cross-media initiatives involving television programming, the Internet and retail consumer products.

About NAB2007
NAB2007 will take place April 14 - 19, 2007 in Las Vegas (exhibits open April 16). It is the world's largest electronic media show covering the development, delivery and management of professional video and audio content across all mediums. Complete NAB2007 details are available at

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