mediabistro.com held our second Think Mobile conference on September 16, where mobile experts from Nokia, Bravo, Razorfish, Thumbplay, and other big names talked about the ever-changing industry and what's to come. The day covered topics like mobile content, usability, and future development. Event partners included Cellufun, Crisp Wireless, Mobile Marketing Association, and PCMag.com.
At Comix on Wednesday, September 16 2009.
Photos by Jenny Seto.
Guests waiting for the first session to begin.
Nokia vice president of media Marco Argenti.
The Hyperfactory SVP, North America Jeff Arbour, Crisp Wireless CEO Boris Fridman, Resource director of technology and mobile Troy Gibson, and HipCricket chief marketing officer Jeff Hasen.
Razorfish senior information architect Kyle Outlaw.
PCMag.com editor-in-chief Lance Ulanoff, Bravo Media VP of emerging media Aimee Viles, Thumbplay VP of business development Chris Phenner, and BET Mobile vice president and general manager Brandon Lucas.
Thomson Reuters senior vice president and head of consumer publishing Alisa Bowen.
PCMag.com executive editor Dan Costa, Frog Design chief creative officer Mark Rolston, Associated Press general manager of mobile and emerging products Jeff Litvack, and PCMag.com managing editor Sascha Segan.
Mobile Marketing Association president and CEO Mike Wehrs.
Audience members ask questions at the end of each session.
Think Mobile event partner Mobile Marketing Association.
Think Mobile event partner Cellufun.
Nokia sourcing manager, music Nikki Mondschein, Associated Press manager of mobile products Anne Park and Associated Press' Caroline Kil.
Digital Media Group, Ltd. president and chief technical officer David Geshwind, NYU student Ayda Turanli, NYU program director Bonnie Blake, and NYU student Carlos Moore.
Bootstrap Software director of new business development Michael Steinman, Bootstrap Software project manager Zoe Holtzman and Modus Associates founder Kristen Kulenych.