New Media Revolution Panel At UCLA

Burbank, CA (March 14, 2007)--The Southern California Chapter of the American Women in Radio and Television (AWRT SoCal), UCLA Anderson's Entertainment and Media Management Institute and Digital Coast Roundtable will host a panel discussion on Emerging Media called "The New Media Revolution" on Wednesday, March 28, 2007 from 6:00p.m. - 9:00 p.m. in the Executive Dining Room (EDR), Gold Hall of UCLA Anderson School of Management.
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Burbank, CA (March 14, 2007)--The Southern California Chapter of the American Women in Radio and Television (AWRT SoCal), UCLA Anderson's Entertainment and Media Management Institute and Digital Coast Roundtable will host a panel discussion on Emerging Media called "The New Media Revolution" on Wednesday, March 28, 2007 from 6:00p.m. - 9:00 p.m. in the Executive Dining Room (EDR), Gold Hall of UCLA Anderson School of Management.

The panel will be introduced by Gigi Johnson, president of Maremel Ventures and lecturer, Entertainment and Media Management Institute at UCLA Anderson School of Management. The panelist include: Scott Flacks, Director of Marketing, Stickam.com; Johnie Floater, General Manager, Media, Live365.com; Todd Herman, Director, Advertising and Business Strategy, MSN Video; Uwe Hook, Director of Interactive Advertising, Genex; Tony Nethercutt, Vice President of Sales, AdMob; Sarah Szalavitz, Director of Content Development, Veoh Networks.

The panelists will discuss the characteristics of our digital world and the impact it has on media, entertainment, and advertising. What is the future of digital media? What do the new forms of online advertising encompass? Where do the opportunities lie in this emerging digital world that will help traditional media professionals transition into and use digital media technologies? Details of the event are located at: www.awrtsocal.org or www.anderson.ucla.edu/x16512.xml.

For more information about AWRT in Southern California or to become a chapter member, visit www.awrtsocal.org. The website also includes a job bank, links to key broadcasting organizations in Southern California, member benefits, message boards, mentoring opportunities, as well as local and national AWRT updates.

Digital Coast Roundtable
www.digitalcoast.org