Media Group Newsletter - Razorfish Event

The Media Group hopes that everyone is having a great summer so far. As we move through the year, we will be trying to bring you relevant media events happening throughout the country if you would like to be involved please feel free to contact us at media@aflse.org. In the meantime, we have been invited by our colleagues to attend an event in Manhattan featuring Matthew Greitzer of Razofish. Please see below for more details about the event and if you are able to attend please introduce yourself to Derek Smith, class of 2002.

TALK: Round 1

You are cordially invited to cocktails with
Mathew Greitzer of Razorfish
on Wednesday, Aug 5 at 6:30 PM

Matt will discuss "The Coming Revolution in the Publisher/Advertiser Relationship and How to Prepare"
Please RSVP by August 4th
TALK is focused on bringing together media, technology, and entertainment influentials to discuss some of the most provocative issues happening within the current marketplace.

Who should attend? Mid-to-senior executive decision makers at Media, Advertising, Technology, and Entertainment companies. The goal is to bring together these sectors' leaders to share ideas, network, and make things happen.
What to expect? Provocative dialogue, good drinks, and great music.
Tickets: $25 advance, $30 at the door
Please contact events@alcovenetworks.com for more details.





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Norm Morneau
Media Group Co-Chair

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