Photos From the 'Ad Age' Digital Marketing Conference

Speakers and Panelists From the Roosevelt Hotel

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Photography by Rohanna Mertens

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NEW YORK ( -- Above, left: Four hundred marketing executives gathered in the Roosevelt Hotel to attend Ad Age's first Digital Marketing Conference. Babs Rangaiah, director of media and entertainment at Unilever USA, speaks during the morning keynote address. Above, right: From left, Mr. Rangaiah speaks with Cathy Boyle, account director at AOL, and Tammy Greenberg, VP-client partnerships at Global Media Group.

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Above, left: From left, Diane Hessan, president-CEO of Communispace, talks to Laura Lang, president of Digitas. Ms. Hessan challenged marketers in an earlier panel to "shut up and listen." Above, right: Stefan Olander, global director of digital media at Nike, delivers the afternoon keynote address. He detailed how Nike used Apple's iTunes to market its Nike & iPod sport kit.

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Above, left: From left, Jeffrey Glueck, CMO of Travelocity; Laura Lang, president of Digitas; Nick Law, North American chief creative officer at R/GA; Penry Price, director of North American sales at Google; and Steve Rubel, senior VP of Edelman me2revolution and columnist for AdAge Digital, during the "I Know I Need to Be Digital ... Now What?" panel. Above, right: Liz Vanzura, global marketing director at Cadillac, talks about letting fans of the brand tell their stories on "No one ever took their prom date in a Lexus; so it's a competitive strategy for us," she said.

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Above, left: From left, Manning Field, senior VP-branding and advertising at Chase Card Services, and Mike Murphy, chief revenue officer at Facebook, talk about Chase's Facebook campaign. Above, right: Shane Steele, director of emerging media and online advertising at Coca-Cola Co., explains the potential marketing opportunities in the peer-to-peer space.