Here are some programs, conferences, panels and events that I have on my radar that you might find of interest as well.
From On Demand to Always On – How to Reach and Engage a Mobile Audience. Limelight Networks and MTV Networks Talk Mobile Video — still available via recorded webcast and presentationWhat a difference a year makes. Remember when the iPhone had the app store market cornered? When there wasn’t a Droid, or a Nexus One? A Kin, or an Incredible? When there wasn’t a Nook, or an iPad, or a Slate? The mobile market is changing, and content publishers face a world of complexity in delivering media to audiences on the go.
Limelight Networks CTO of Mobility and Monetization Solutions Jonathan Cobb and MTV Networks Senior Director of Product Development Todd Kennedy discuss evolving market conditions, mobile strategy considerations, and real-world examples of mobile media success.
The webcast covers:
- Media delivery to mobile browsers and mobile apps across a wide array of devices
- A range of publisher scenarios from premium television delivery to “how-to” video streams
- A list of variables to consider when forming a mobile strategy, as well as recommendations for implementation and monetization
- An in-depth look at how MTV Networks has expanded into mobile delivery with many of its well-known television brands
Linked-N Bergen County Networking Event. Social Media Discussion Panel About LinkedIn. I was one of the panelists. Tuesday, May 18th. 6:30-9pm. Crowne Plaza Hotel, Paramus, NJ.
Registration will be from 6:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m with networking until about 8:15 p.m. And then back by popular demand we will have another panel discussion hosted by Chris Kieff.
The food is being catered by Bone Fish Grill, and there will be a cash bar. The Crown Plaza is located at 601 From Rd next to the Paramus Park Mall and across the street from the Garden State Parkway.
You can register at the link above. The cost is $12 in advance, $15 at the door. There were 84 people at the last Linked-N Bergen County event, and we expect to break the 100 mark with this program.
Saatchi & Saatchi 7×7. Wednesday, May 5th, 2010. NYC
Traditional publishing models have been disrupted, fragmented and dissolved. For books, magazines or newspapers, new behaviors and technologies have changed the face of publishing forever. Join the Wharton Lab for Innovation in Publishing (part of the Wharton Interactive Media Initiative, Knowledge@Wharton, and Wharton School Publishing to examine the new technologies and strategies that impact all facets of the industry to help bring actionable answers to publishing executives. Conference highlights include:
Keynote addresses from Gordon Crovitz, Co-Founder of Press+ (a service of Journalism Online) and Martin Nisenholtz, Senior Vice President for Digital Operations at The New York Times Company
Panel discussions spanning the consumer, publisher and delivery of the future, the value of social media in publishing and the mobility of new content with speakers from Hearst Interactive, Google, Simon & Schuster, Condé Nast, Wall Street Journal, Ipsos Mendelsohn, Demand Media, Digg.com, Hyperion Books, Fast Pencil, Open Road Media, Outside.In, NBC Universal, Flurry, and many more
Open forum style where attendees will be strongly encouraged to engage in discussion and brainstorming in the panel workshops
Seven Guidelines for Achieving ROI from Social Media. Webinar with Geoff Ramsey by eMarketer. Thursday, April 29th, 2010
F8 by Facebook. Wednesday, April 21st from 8:30am-5:15pm – Still available via Livestream. Definitely check it out to hear about the open graph protocol and other revolutionary announcements.
re-Set: The Business Models of Tomorrow. Presented by VANITY FAIR and HARPERSTUDIO. Panelists include Seth Godin and Gary Vaynerchuk, Michael Eisner, Tom Peters and Anna Bernasek. Tuesday, April 20th, 8am – noon
Social Media Advertising Consortium NYC Salon. Wednesday, April 7, 2010 from 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM. Razorfish Offices, NYC.