A look at tech and entertainment — and how the merger of the two has
manifested itself in different ways (i.e. MCNs (multi-channel networks) on
YouTube, publications like Smashd that examine tech and culture, and even
the Hollywood studio system looking at virtual reality as a future for
film). What VR (virtual reality) and AR (augmented reality) could bring to
the table for entertainment, the arts, politics, and advertising.
Lori Kozlowski is a writer, editor, and media executive in
Los Angeles. She has worked at the intersection of tech, art, and
entertainment, exploring how tech is changing culture.
She is producing a VR film series, which examines social justice and human
rights issues. She co-founded the tech and culture publication Smashd at
music management firm Atom Factory. Prior to Atom Factory, she was an
editor and columnist for Forbes, covering tech, startups, and
entrepreneurs. Before Forbes, she was a senior editor at the Los Angeles
Times, overseeing digital strategy, mobile, and emerging platforms.