Or as Endeavor agent Chris Jacquemin succinctly put it: "The Internet is the new cable.
then, in accordance with panelist Sanjay Snood, hinted that the movie industry was immune to the failures of the newspaper industry because people will never give up the "communal aspect of watching a film on the big screen."
There are three very, very impressive speakers lined up: Keith Richman (CEO of Break.com - theInternet's first profitable web video site), Alex Albrecht (Co-host of the most popular video Podcast on the net, Diggination) and Chris Jacquemin
(Head of Digital Media for Endeavor).
The panelists are Keith Richman, Alex Albrecht and Chris Jacquemin
Chris Jacquemin is the head of Endeavor's Digital Media and Video Game practice.
Jacquemin joined Endeavor in 2000, and created the agency's media research division - the first of its kind at any talent agency.
Among Jacquemins innovations within the agency was the creation of a series of research oriented newsletters that provide the clients of the agency with detailed metrics and analyses which aided clients make decisions about development opportunities.
In 2006, Jacquemin
worked to establish an internal team of agents from each division of the company which now serves as the Endeavor Digital group.
Just prior to joining Endeavor, Jacquemin was overseeing the primary research group within the entertainment and marketing divisions of the ABC Television Network.
worked with the network as it launchedWho Wants to Be A Millionaire.
oversaw a ten person research team at CBS Enterprises
and was responsible for numerous first run and off-network distribution and marketing research presentations for the launches of series that includeEverybody Loves Raymond,Martha Stewart Living and theHoward Stern Radio Show for broadcast television stations and basic cable networks.
The team also maintained oversight of the development, launch and maintenance of the web sites for all of their television series.
He began his career in the television distribution research group for the Walt Disney Company before moving to Rysher Entertainment, where he built an international research unit focused on television and motion picture distribution and marketing research.