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Los Angeles -- April 25, 2012 -- Dates for the DNA US Conference 2012 have been moved from May to October "due to unexpected circumstances," organizers announced today. The program, originally scheduled for May 15 and 16, has been rescheduled for October 2 and 3. The venue, the Davidson Center in Los Angeles, and the conference agenda will remain the same.
"I want to personally extend my apologies for the short notice and inconvenience for changing the date to October 2-3, 2012," said DNA conference organizer Kevin Williams. "I understand the confusion about the new dates, but we have been the victim of our own success and have had to bend to growing supporter demands."
Williams added: "The DNA US Conference originally planned for May would have unintentionally clashed with several other events -- so certain DNA sponsors requested that it be rescheduled to ensure a wider attendance of their clients and contacts. We can now expect that there will be a number of new product announcements at the October event, making it timelier."
This development will have no impact on what will be the first U.S. gathering exclusively for the Digital Out-of-Home Entertainment (DOE) sector -- and what promises to be the start of a major series of conferences and roadshow events, promoting key opportunities in the international digital pay-to-play industry.
Ticketing: As a result of the date change to October 2-3 (Tuesday-Wednesday) and to accommodate rising interest, ticket availability has been updated.
Conference admission fees:
$499 (until Aug. 1)
$575 (from Aug. 2 to Sep. 28)
$650 (from Oct. 2)
Registration and additional information will be updated at dnaconference.org.
Michael Mascioni is project manager of the DNA Conference. He can provide more information on attending and sponsorships.