dot.LA's 2021 'Intersect' Summit Website is Live: Register to Attend!

dot.LA's 2021 'Intersect' Summit Website is Live: Register to Attend!

The line between tech and entertainment companies has never been thinner; the top Hollywood players are becoming software behemoths, the major tech firms are tripling down on their content investments, and a number of startups are finding new ways to blend the two worlds. From the very heart of this convergence between tech, media and entertainment in Los Angeles, dot.LA is pleased to announce "Intersect," a first-of-its-kind summit convening this new super-sector, held live virtually on Wednesday April 28.

At Intersect, a diverse group of leaders -- including top executives, entrepreneurs, and investors -- will come together for a day of sharing ideas, shifting perspectives, and building community. For those hoping to win in the next era of tech, media, and entertainment. This is a can't-miss event. #dotlaintersect

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Ben Bergman

Ben Bergman is the newsroom's senior finance reporter. Previously he was a senior business reporter and host at KPCC, a senior producer at Gimlet Media, a producer at NPR's Morning Edition, and produced two investigative documentaries for KCET. He has been a frequent on-air contributor to business coverage on NPR and Marketplace and has written for The New York Times and Columbia Journalism Review. Ben was a 2017-2018 Knight-Bagehot Fellow in Economic and Business Journalism at Columbia Business School. In his free time, he enjoys skiing, playing poker, and cheering on The Seattle Seahawks.

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