AFLSE Media Group Newsletter - April 2010

The Media Group hopes that everyone is having a great spring so far. As we have mentioned in earlier e-mails we will try to bring you relevant media events organized by the LSE and our fellow alumni throughout the year. If you have an event you would like us to publicise and get your fellow LSE peers involved in, please feel free to contact us at (Please note that we do ask that you be a paid member of the AFLSE in order to post events like this)

In the meantime, we have been invited by our colleagues to attend an event in Manhattan about 'Video Applications in a Smart Phone Universe.' 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 2

Video Applications in a Smart Phone Universe 

The future of video apps  and the opportunities that follow.

Featured  Talkers:
Larry Harris, CEO, Ansible  Mobile @ Interpublic Group   
Michael Hirshoren, Director of  Sales, Rhythm New Media 
Todd Zander, Vice President of  Business Development, Discovery  Communications 

What’s in it for you?
Stake out new territory for your brand  / business through the latest developments in mobile video apps  
Relevant information to help your  business  from three unique perspectives  
New relationships and new opportunities  across advertising, new media, technology, and entertainment
 Date: April  28th,  2010
 Location: Frankfurt Kurnit  Klein & Selz
488 Madison  Avenue (at 51st  Street), 10th  Floor
 Time:  6-8pm

 Please register at 

 *Complimentary beer, wine & hors d'oeuvres  will be served.


Thank you for your past and future support of the AFLSE.

Norm Morneau
Media Group Co-Chair

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