Here are some selections from the second day of the Code/Media conference at The Ritz-Carlton, Laguna Niguel in Dana Point, Calif.:
- Fox advertising exec Joe Marchese made the case for why digital media is screwing the TV industry, and how it will backfire.
- Michael Lynton, the boss of Sony Entertainment, talked about the Sony hack and how it has brought him back in touch with his fax machine. He also discussed how music releases could resemble movie releases in the future.
- Hulu chief Mike Hopkins talked a bit about Hulu’s move into original content, even though it might be too little, too late.
For more Code/Media coverage, you can check out our full event coverage page. For what happened on the first day, here are some photos that captured what was happening on the ground.
As for the second day, here are some photos from the festivities:
FEM Inc. CEO Rachel Payne (r): “The quality of the participants is top-notch, and the candor of the speakers was appreciated”
Inform CEO Greg Peters (r): “I benefit more from the mixers, and getting to know people.”
Vine star Zach King (m): “We like controversy.”
Subdirect Digital Strategy Director Maire P. Walsh (r): “I thought the ESPN guy… he was so evasive.”
Streema co-founder Martin Siniawski (r): “I like the entrepreneurial people much more.”
Brightcove SVP and Media GM Anil Jain (m): “The most valuable part is the quality of the attendees.”
Vox Media designer Warren Schultheis (r): “I really appreciated the thoroughness of the questioning.”
Re/code Senior Editor Peter Kafka (l): “That’s what you made me do? Stop talking?”
This article originally appeared on Recode.net.