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The Digital Media Events Blog features business events in the digital media-online and wireless sector. These are conferences, summits, webc…

The Digital Media Events Blog features business events in the digital media-online and wireless sector. These are conferences, summits, webcasts or similar events.


Streaming Media West; Oct 31 – Nov 2, San Jose McEnery Convention Center
Come find out why 2006 is the Year of IP Video!

Streaming Media West features 33 sessions and two tracks covering a wide range of business, technology, and content topics about practical applications and business issues related to streaming and digital media in the B2B and B2C sectors.
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  1. Hi-

    Adobe Systems is hosting an event on November 9th in West Hollywood on Flash Media Server. This is a free seminar event. Feel free to register….

    http://www.eventsadobe.com/flashmediaserver

    Thanks,
    Desiree

  2. Hi,

    On Nov 19-21, the Interactive Television Alliance is hosting a Technology Walk Through at the Miramar Hotel in Santa Monica, CA. The tech walk showcases interactive technologies by leading ITV companies. Executives from major advertising brands as well as executive producers/showrunners from TV series are invited.

    http://www.itvalliance.org/techwalk6.htm

    Thanks
    KW Low

  3. On Thursday NY:MIEG (The New York: Media Information Exchange Group) will be hosting our next month breakfast networking event. On the heels of our successful December Holiday event with Fred Seibert (and introduced by Bob Pittman), we are pleased to be working with John Havens and the folks at PodCampNYC on Thursday Jan 25th.

    Cost $20 for paidContent readers/$25 for the general public

    Our event "Understanding the New Media: How podcasting and online/mobile media and new distribution platforms can transform your business"

    If you're like most executives you're wondering how new media tools can benefit your business. Plus you need a road map to help steer your "traditional media philosophy" towards the new media mindset. If so, we have an exciting event in store for you!

    At our next event we have gathered four leading minds to help provide specific action points that can benefit your business for a panel discussion followed by a Q&A:

    John C. Havens: (moderator): About.com Guide to Podcasting and Lead Organizer for PodcampNYC.

    Ben Edwards, Director of IBM New Media Communications: "Podfather" at Big Blue and an amazing resource for media in business.

    Dina Kaplan, co-Founder of Blip.tv: One of the leading minds in the new media space on advertising effectively.

    Jim Turner, Vice President, Interactive at A&E Television Networks: a long time veteran of the interactive media industry.

    Come hear how lessons from traditional media influence modern technology and how content delivered effectively across multiple channels can greatly improve your business.

  4. Chris Sherman Friday, March 2, 2007

    I wanted to introduce everyone to the Virtual Worlds Conference, taking place March 28-29, 2007 in NYC. VW 2007 is the leading event for Fortune 500 companies seeking to understand and maximize marketing, entertainment and business strategies within virtual worlds. VW 2007 web site is http://www.VirtualWorlds2007.com

    VW07 gives you an inside look at the Virtual Worlds activities of MTV, Disney, AOL, Pontiac, Nickelodeon, Leo Burnett, Sundance Channel, GSD&M, IBM and other major brands. In addition you'll gain exclusive insight into a variety of Virtual Worlds platforms including Second Life, There.com, Multiverse, Forterra Systems, Whyville, ProtonMedia, Entropia Universe, Habbo, Areae and more.

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