Entering its third year, the Entertainment Matters at CES program provides a content focused experience for film, television and digital entertainment professionals. The program features a variety of events and conference sessions including: TweetHouse Presents Innovations in Social Business, Digital Hollywood, Content in the Cloud, Variety’s Entertainment Summit: Film & Technology and the 2013 IAWTV Awards Gala.

This year’s expanded conference track Content and Disruptive Technologies includes five sessions:

  • Privacy and Security in the Cloud: Learn about the steps being taken to protect privacy and secure personal data among consumers who use cloud services to archive and share data or download and stream movies and music.
  • Anytime Anywhere Content: Viewers are increasingly turning to non-traditional ways to watch programs. Content providers and device manufacturers examine how and where the public is accessing content today and which delivery platforms are poised for growth.
  • Reinventing TV through Streaming: Key industry players debate the impact that streaming content through services like Netflix, Hulu and mobile TV has on viewing habits and what it means for traditional content delivery systems.
  • How the Cloud is Changing Hardware: Explore how cloud-based platforms like Good, iCloud and OnLive are changing computers and electronics devices.
  • Rise of the Second-Screen - What it means to Engage the Viewer: Experts explore the trend of Americans tuning into their favorite shows with a smartphone or tablet in hand and shed light on what “media stackers” are doing on their second, third and fourth screens.

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Follow EM, the official Entertainment Matters app for CES, is a great resource for navigating all things content and entertainment at CES. Visit your app store on your device and search for Entertainment Matters.

Related: Entertainment Matters: Getting to Know You