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Cool event in Portland OR The Brave New World of Media November 17th

If I was in Portland I would definitely attend.I attended WebVisions put on by Brad Smith and team and it was conference to learn trends. Btw Widen+Kennedy is on a panel - remember the Old Spice guy ?



Ticket prices are $35 general admission, $25 for association members (see below) or $15 for students and can be purchased online at Brown Paper Tickets http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/134843.
Amplify’d from www.webvisionsevent.com
Digital media, the Internet, games and mobile applications have opened up new channels of distribution for film and television and offer tremendous opportunities for enterprising companies. The traditional model of media production is rapidly changing and it’s more important than ever to develop plans to fully leverage film, video and interactive projects to reach audiences around the country and around the world.
Join a panel of experts from feature films and television to advertising and gaming as they explore the secrets of their success and share their insights on the future of media production.

Jeff Geoffray, Blue Rider Pictures

Beth Harrington, Beth Harrington Productions

Nando Costa, Superfad

Bruce Wyman, Second Story

Dan White, Pipeworks Software

TBA, Wieden + Kennedy

Moderator: Brad Smith, Hot Pepper Studios
Read more at www.webvisionsevent.com

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