AFLSE Media Group Newsletter - February 2010
The Media Group hopes that everyone is having a great 2010 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 (either by helping out at activities, serving on the committee or passing along events and ideas) please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the meantime, we have been invited by our colleagues to attend an event in Manhattan about 'Differentiated content in the Blogosphere and How to Caputer It.' 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 NYC Connections. Conversations. Change.
Differentiated Content in the Blogosphere and How to Capture It
Date: February 24th, 2010
Location: New York City, address to TBA
Caroline Marks, General Manager,The Daily Beast
Matt Calos, SVP Chief Product Officer, Fox Sports Interactive
Pam Russo, General Manager, TMZ
Presented in partnership with: Frankfurt, Kurnit, Klein, & Selz PC, Livestream & Wix
Executives from other participating companies include: Tumblr, Huffington Post, Politico, Real Networks, ESPN, Dow Jones, NBC Universal, Schematic among others
Click here to register: www.talkforumnyc.com
Schedule conflict? Please share with an industry colleagues who might have interest.
Who should attend? Mid-to-senior executive decision-makers at Media, Advertising, Technology, and Entertainment companies
In addition to this event, if anyone is traveling to London, this week there are several Media related events happening on campus, including:
Online and offline risk - getting young people's experience of the internet into perspective More
Thursday 4 February, 1.05pm, Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House
Speaker: Professor Sonia Livingstone
Professor Sonia Livingstone - is a professor in the Department of Media and Communications and director of a pan-European project, EU Kids Online, that examines children's internet use, risk and safety issues.
LSE SU German Society presents a talk by Mr Ulrich Wickert
Friday 5 February, 2.00-3.00pm, Room D202, Clement House
Speaker: Mr Ulrich Wickert
The talk will be on “The influence and responsibility of the media”.
Mr Ulrich Wickert - was the former Anchor for 'Tagesthemen', is one of the best known journalists and broadcasters in Germany and a renowned author. The event is free and to attend rsvp to Su.Soc.German@lse.ac.uk
Please note that the next Media Group sponsored event in London is being held on Wednesday, March 10, 2010. More details are available on the LSE Media Group homepage on Houghton Street Online http://www.alumni.lse.ac.uk/olc/pub/LHE/cpages/clubs/home.jsp?chapter=2&org=LHE
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Media Group Co-Chair
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