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Official BWELA Party List

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After a long, full day at the LACC, you’ve got to unwind, right? Networking with others, meeting new people, having a drink in person with “online friends”, it’s all part of what makes BWELA a great time! Below is the official list of Blog World & New Media Expo Parties and Mixers! Don’t forget your attendance badge and your dancin’ shoes!

Thursday - Networking Mixer @ ICON Ultra Lounge

Thursday, Nov. 3 – Networking Party & Mixer at ICON Ultra Lounge
1248 Figueroa Street (across from convention center)
Starts: 7pm | Ends: 10pm

This is a great way to connect and network with fellow attendees and speakers while you’re at BWELA. A nice, open space, great views of LA with two open patios and time to hang out and get acquainted.

Sponsored by: Heineken, Social Media Club, Verisign/.tv, U4RIK Vodka, and INTENTclick


Friday - Opening Night Party @ J Lounge

Friday, Nov. 4 – Opening Night Party at J Lounge
1119 South Olive Street
Starts: 7pm | Ends: 9pm

The opening night party is also a networking event, you can meet up, talk about your day and your favorite sessions, let your hair down and have some fun!

Sponsored by: Heineken, The Safe Cig, Digital LA, NewTek, textPlus, and U4RIK Vodka

 


Saturday - Closing Night Party @ The Belasco

Saturday, Nov 5 – Closing Night Party at The Belasco
1050 S. Hill Street
Starts: 730pm | Ends: 930pm

Aww, yeah! The night before it’s time to go home, we’re kickin’ it at The Belasco with our Closing Night Party! This is where you’ll make those final connections, say your “see ya next time’s” and unwind after a fabulous few days at BWELA!

Sponsored by: Heineken, Stickam, Dun & Bradstreet, and U4RIK Vodka


And don’t forget our Daily Networking Breakfasts in the Concourse Lobby at the Convention Center, which is a great way to start your days at BWELA, and our Exhibit Hall Networking Reception, on the Expo Floor too! Be sure to check out the grid regularly, as we’re always adding more information!

Meet BlogWorld10’s Music Man

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What’s good, everyone? My name’s Hadji Williams. I’m a long-time blogger and social media junkie; I’ve been online since Netscape 2.0 was fresh and 3.5-inch floppies were cool. Additionally, I’m a veteran of the advertising, marketing worlds. (but don’t hold that against me.)

And last but not least, I’m the Arts/Entertainment Track Coordinator for the 2010 BlogWorld & New Media Expo. In that capacity, I’m working with Rick Calvert, Dave Cynkin, Patty Hoskin and the BWE crew to bring some really cool music artists, forward-looking label execs and other entertainment insiders to come to #BWE10 and not only discuss the nexus between social media and the music/entertainment industries but also put on some great performances.

That’s right y’all. If all goes according to plan—and so far, so good—there will be music plus more than a little mayhem at Mandalay Bay this October.

Now, I don’t want to give too much away at this point; mainly because I’m a tease. Secondly, because we need to finalize a few things yet. But I can disclose the following for now:

(1) The Arts/Entertainment Track will be 4-6 panels packed with people who are actually doing things in this space, not talking heads and wannabe gurus spewing buzzwords and pointing out the obvious.

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Meet BlogWorld10's Music Man

Author:

What’s good, everyone? My name’s Hadji Williams. I’m a long-time blogger and social media junkie; I’ve been online since Netscape 2.0 was fresh and 3.5-inch floppies were cool. Additionally, I’m a veteran of the advertising, marketing worlds. (but don’t hold that against me.)

And last but not least, I’m the Arts/Entertainment Track Coordinator for the 2010 BlogWorld & New Media Expo. In that capacity, I’m working with Rick Calvert, Dave Cynkin, Patty Hoskin and the BWE crew to bring some really cool music artists, forward-looking label execs and other entertainment insiders to come to #BWE10 and not only discuss the nexus between social media and the music/entertainment industries but also put on some great performances.

That’s right y’all. If all goes according to plan—and so far, so good—there will be music plus more than a little mayhem at Mandalay Bay this October.

Now, I don’t want to give too much away at this point; mainly because I’m a tease. Secondly, because we need to finalize a few things yet. But I can disclose the following for now:

(1) The Arts/Entertainment Track will be 4-6 panels packed with people who are actually doing things in this space, not talking heads and wannabe gurus spewing buzzwords and pointing out the obvious.

Continue Reading

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