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#3C15 CapitolCom - Convergence in Communications Conference, This Friday March 6th at Arlington's Artisphere

On March 6, 2015, DC's local news source for PR, Social Media and Communication professionals, Capitol Communicator is organizing a second full-day Convergence in Communications Conference for Media, PR and Communications professionals

Where:  Artisphere, 1101 Wilson Boulevard, Arlington, VA 22209

Friday, March 6, 2015 from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM (EST)

Convergence in Communications Conference 2015
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Conference Details
 : Agenda | Speakers
  • The keynote is Frank Eliason, Global Director of Social Media for Citi. 
  • A list of someof the speakers who I know very well
    • Geoff Livingston, Founder, Tenacity5 Media
    • Shonali Burke, President & CEO, Shonali Burke Consulting, Inc. Speaking about -Measuring Your Online Success
    • Adele Cehrs Owner of Epic | A Brand Voice Agency will be speaking on the topic “Get Real Time or Get Lost”
    • Rob Terry - Managing Editor, Washington Business Journal
    • Jennifer Nycz-Conner, Assistant Managing Editor/Video, Washington Business Journal
    • Cary Hatch, CEO, MDB Communications
    • Jason Jue, CMO and Cofounder, Triblio
    • Rebecca Davis, Executive Vice President, Social/Digital,Ogilvy
    • Shana Glenzer, VP of Social Marketing, SocialRadar

Hope to see you there.


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