The biggest leaders and influencers in digital will be at this year's Mashable Media Summit on Nov. 2. Will you be there, too? A limited number of tickets are still available.
We have some great speakers lined up: Alexis Ohanian, co-founder of Reddit, will discuss online community monetization, and Bonita Stewart, Vice President, Americas Partner Business Solutions at Google, will discuss the future of HTML5. Teal Newland of StumbleUpon will speak about StumbleUpon's future plans for content discovery, partnerships and business models.
Other influential speakers in media will join them at the summit, such as Kay M Matadi, head of entertainment at Facebook, Jessica Bennett, executive editor at Tumblr, David Carey, president at Hearst Magazines and Joan Walsh, editor-at-large at Salon.
The Mashable Media Summit is a one-day conference that explores how new forms of technology are redefining media. The brightest minds in the industry will come together Nov. 2 at The TimesCenter in New York City to explore the latest innovations in the space and the future of journalism.
Check out the highlights below from last year’s sold-out Media Summit. Tickets include all conference sessions, breakfast, lunch and a networking reception. You don’t want to miss the event this year, so get your tickets now!
Mashable Media Summit Information
Date: Friday, Nov. 2, 2012 Time: 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Location: The TimesCenter, 242 West 41st Street, New York, NY 10036 Tickets: Purchase tickets on Eventbrite.
A Look Back at Last Year's Mashable Media Summit
Media Summit 2011
The Mashable Media Summit on Nov. 4 at the Times Center in New York City attracted professionals in digital, tech, advertising, sales, marketing, mobile and publishing from all over the world.
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