Web 2.0 Conference.
 Octover 5-7, 2004, Hotel Nikko, San Francisco, CA.


Michael Weiss
Michael Weiss has extensive experience in the Internet and entertainment industries. Prior to StreamCast, Weiss was founder of WebRadio.com, a subsidiary of GEO Interactive Media Group, Ltd. (GIM:LSE) and served as its vice president and general manager. Previously, Weiss was vice president of marketing and entertainment at CD-ROM company, Sirius Publishing from 1994 to 1998. He was a pioneer in the home video industry, having established one of the first video stores in the world in 1978. He was actively involved in lobbying efforts against the Motion Picture Association of America's efforts to repeal the First Sale Doctrine, thereby paving the way for legal video rentals. In 1974, Weiss helped establish one of the music industry's first major record pools, Chicago's Disco-Tech, Inc., helping to gain exposure of new recording artists that could not obtain radio airplay.


Quova, Inc.
StreamCast Networks™
PayPal Developer Network
AT&T - The world's networking  company
Laszlo Systems
eBay Developers Program
Overture Services, Inc.
Sxip Networks
Rojo Networks Inc.

Media Sponsors.
Open Source Technology Group (OSTG)
Wired for Web 2.0
CNET - Web 2.0
I Want Media
Business 2.0
Open Source Technology Group (OSTG)
TechWeekEurope UK
O'Reilly Network
Six Revisions
Safari Books Online


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