The “New Media LIVE!” talk show will be the anchor keynote to close the world’s largest new media conference.
Get there early and grab a seat, there are only 1300 available on a first-come basis! October 16, 2010 5:00PM – 6:30PM @ Islander G (Keynote Ballroom)
Founder & CEO, My Damn Channel
Founder, ACE Broadcasting
Penn & Teller, Penn Point Podcast
Host of GeakBeat.tv
“The Mirror Test”
Comedian and Filmmaker
EMMY nominated TV and Web Personality
We set the entertainment bar high last year with our closing keynote talk show, and this year we’re raising that bar! Our host for the event is Rob Barnett, Founder and CEO of MyDamnChannel. It will be a packed house as Rob interviews Adam Carolla, host of the Adam Carolla Show (among others!), the talkative half of the comedy/magic team of Penn & Teller, Penn Jillette, “The Mirror Test” author and former Kodak CMO, Jeff Hayzlett, and GeakBeat.TV host, Cali Lewis. There will be a special comedy video short by comedian and filmmaker Mark Malkoff, and our MC will be Shira Lazar. THE SHOW BEGINS at 5:00, but get here early, you’ll want to land a seat for this one. A good time will be had by all!
Executive Producer of the 2010 “New Media
LIVE!” talk show is Hollywood film producer, Carrie Morrow.
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Here is a small sampling of the many panels and sessions available for you to attend at BlogWorld & New Media Expo 2010.
Digital Crisis Communications
Friday October 15, 2010 12:15PM – 1:15PM
|Valeria Maltoni (Moderator)||Dallas Lawrence||Shel Holtz||Scott Monty|
Who’s afraid of a crisis in social media? We live in a world where news is discussed and disseminated with increased speed — reporters are embedded in the stream with companies, customers, and employees, and there are limitless potential news outlets. In an environment where a 13-year old can hold an established organization’s feet to the fire, companies face slippery slopes, and boards make fast calls, how can you avoid a PR disaster when a crisis strikes? Whether the crisis lives online or off line, a company still needs to plan for all possible contingencies and scenarios, do a situation analysis to respond — and recover. Are you rushing to deal with perceptions without knowing the facts? Are you integrating social media into your crisis planning? Are community managers trained, do they have crisis escalation paths? Or have you just addressed responding to detractors? Learn from seasoned panelists about what you need to think about, prepare for, and who you need to involve, illustrated with examples of successful digital crisis communication.
Building An Irresistible Private Membership Community
Saturday October 16th, 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM
|Patrick O’Keefe||Lara Kulpa||Jeremy Wright||Chris Garrett|
Paid membership communities are popping up all over the place as a way to offer more exclusive content and access to people with a specific interest or goal. In order for a private membership community to succeed, you’ll need to offer the right benefits not only to entice people to join, but to ensure that they stay. That’s what we’ll focus on in this session: creating value, converting visitors to paying members and keeping them coming back month after month.
The Latest Blog & Social Media News on the BlogWorld Blog & Around the Net
BlogWorld Attendees Get Food, Drink & Nightclub Discounts From Light Group
Thanks to Light Group, attendees can get some amazing deals on 2 for 1 drinks, 15% off dinner, and head over to the nightclubs with ZERO cover!
Facebook’s New Groups Feature: Is Opting In Really the Problem?
It’s been a few days since Facebook announced their groups feature upgrades and bloggers are still buzzing about it. Hear what Mari Smith, Lewis Howes, and our very own Allison Boyer have to say!
Tell Us About Your Blog Business and You Could End Up on the News!
Some attendees may hit on their 15 minutes of fame at BlogWorld this year. Next weekend, a television news reporter is coming to BlogWorld to interview home based entrepreneurs. If you started a business out of your home, especially if it’s one having to do with blogging and social media, you might find yourself on network television.
Finding Podcast Sponsors: What NOT to Do
It’s not cost-free to produce a podcast, even a modest one. Equipment and bandwidth cost money, not to mention the time spent recording and producing a quality podcast. Many podcasters seek out sponsors to help defray costs, but here’s what NOT to do.
Take Time to Refresh & Recharge at the Social Health Track
Johnson & Johnson Campaign for Nursing’s Future will be providing those attending the Social Health Track on October 14 a chance to “refresh & recharge.”
Social Media Business Summit
The Social Media Business Summit is the world’s largest social media business conference! If you are a marketing professional or business owner, don’t miss the exclusive Social Media Business Summit conference presented by BlogWorld & New Media Expo. A world class opportunity to understand how to leverage Social and New Media to supercharge your company’s online presence and social community engagement, marketing campaigns and initiatives and even enterprise-wide communication with the latest online tools! Each year, this comprehensive 3-day conference features more leading Social Media experts than any other event. It’s a one-stop, cost-effective way to jump-start your online marketing strategy and hit the ground running with business growth for the new year!
Panels include The Brand of You: How to Build a Profitable Social Media Based Business, Social Media & ROI, How to Create a Social Media Policy, How to Turn Friends Into Fans and Customers, Real Time Revolution, and much more!
More Social Media Business Summit Information and Track Information
Venue Details: Mandalay Bay Resort
BlogWorld & New Media Expo attendees for 2010 will enjoy our new upscale event venue, Mandalay Bay Resort, where you’ll be surrounded by relaxing ambiance, convenient shopping and delicious restaurant choices right nearby.
Along with the informative sessions and amazing exhibitions, a big part of BlogWorld is the networking. We all know a lot of that networking happens at night so with help from our fabulous sponsors we host fun-filled parties at some of the coolest venues in Vegas every night!
Our friends at The Light Group (@lightgroup) are hosting two of our evening events this year. The BlogWorld 2010 Thursday Night Party will be held at the Liquid Pool Lounge at ARIA Resort & Casino at CityCenter. (More Details)
And Mashable is excited to announce MashBash BlogWorld, the Friday night party at Haze at Aria Hotel!
LATE-BREAKING NEWS: the Closing Night Party will be at The Pearl at The Palms Hotel, taking place 8pm-10pm, followed by Tech Karaoke 10pm-Midnight!
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