D8 Conference

Welcome to D, an executive conference unlike any other.
Since its debut in 2003, The Wall Street Journal’s D: All Things Digital conference has been breaking news, highlighting innovation, and bringing you straight-up, unvarnished conversations with the most influential figures in technology.

D is different from other conferences: no canned speeches, no marketing pitches, and no bull. Instead, creators and executive producers Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher put the industry’s top players to the test during unscripted conversations about the impact digital technology will have on our lives now and in the future. The results are unprecedented glimpses into the ideas and strategies of the industry’s most creative thinkers.

From June 1-3, 2010, the top annual gathering of the digital world will convene at a new destination, the beautiful Terranea Resort in Palos Verdes, California, for the eighth edition of D.

We have SOLD OUT for the eighth year running. If you would like to be added to the waitlist, you may do so by clicking here.

Below are the speakers for D8:

Tim Armstrong | Chairman and CEO of AOL

Steve Ballmer | CEO of Microsoft

Steve Burke | COO of Comcast

James Cameron | Director, Producer, Writer

Steve Case | Chairman and CEO of Revolution

Peter Chou | CEO of HTC

John Donahoe | President and CEO of eBay

Carly Fiorina | Candidate for U.S. Senate, California

Julius Genachowski | Chairman of the FCC

Paul Jacobs | CEO of Qualcomm

Steve Jobs | CEO of Apple

Jeffrey Katzenberg | CEO of Dreamworks Animation SKG

Ted Leonsis | Vice Chairman Emeritus of AOL, Chairman of Revolution Money and Owner of Washington Capitals

Alan Mulally | CEO of Ford

Ray Ozzie | Chief Software Architect of Microsoft

Richard Rosenblatt | Co-Founder, Chairman and CEO of Demand Media

Vivian Schiller | President and CEO of NPR

Paul Steiger | Editor-in-Chief, President and Chief Executive of ProPublica

Mark Zuckerberg | Founder and CEO of Facebook

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