If you’re in Los Angeles next Wed., Feb. 21 at 8pm, I’ve assembled a panel of new media experts to talk about how the internet is changing the MSM business. The panel is part of the New Media Boot Camp I teach at UCLA.
Discussion topics will include the future of the daily newspaper industry, the rise of user generated media, competitive issues between news syndicates and citizen journalists, coping with online copyright infringement, profitability of online news media, how to monetize online video, the future of blogging, the benefits of podcasting, challenges of blog comment moderation, fake grassroots or “astroturfing” initiatives, the onslaught of mainstream media blogs and the relationship between web presence and reputation.
We’re in 147 Dodd Hall, which is close to Royce Hall. The room sits 200, and about half of those seats are taken by enrolled students. So there is extra space, and I thought I’d reach out to a few industry contacts to see who might like to attend. The closest parking is at Lot 2. It’s about a 7-minute walk from there to Dodd Hall.
Here’s a map:
If you’re out of town, but interested in listening, sen an email request with the words “New Media PR Panel” in the subject line to eric at ontherecordpodcast dot com email and we’ll see if we can get you an audio transcript.
Please no phone calls to UCLA!!! Just show up if you’d like to attend.
PR Tech Wednesdays
Strategic communicators share insights on where we the industry every Wednesday from 12-1pm Pacific Time
And I hate self help books. In fact, if there was such a thing as self help…
Everyone in B2B is talking about aligning sales, marketing and customer service to better serve buyers. As…
To eradicate a disease, treat the symptom, but eliminate the cause. For the first time, when it…