Ghen Laraya Long is an experienced international technology and entertainment attorney. She specializes in transactional contracts for the creation, production, and distribution of traditional media content over new media platforms. Her most recent project was permissions on Nell Scovell’s memoir Just The Funny Parts. She has a roster of technotainment clients ranging from producers, directors, writers, musicians, and actors as well as startups for whom she provides advice and production attorney services. Prior to being VP of Business and Legal Affairs for Mandalay Digital Group Inc. and its wholly-owned subsidiary Digital Turbine Inc., she was the Assistant General Counsel and Director of Mobile Partnerships for CBS Corporation, International Corporate Counsel for Amp’d Mobile, and Business and Legal Affairs Counsel for Tokyopop! Inc. She has served on the boards of Women in Film and Greenlight Women and is an active member of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. She is qualified to practice law in Ontario, Canada and California and is a polyglot.