Mashable Media Summit 2010

Event Info

Tue 8 Jun, 2010 from 8:00am - 6:00pm
242 West 41st Street
New York, NY 10018, US (Map)
Cost: $499 + $14.97 fee


Mashable and CNN are proud to present our first joint one-day conference in New York City: Mashable Media Summit 2010. The Mashable Media Summit is focused upon the impact of social media on the news industry, big brands and advertisers. It'll be unlike any other conference you've attended. We've eliminated panels, packing the day full with exciting announcements, incredible presentations, powerful interviews and a great deal of surprises.

The Mashable Media Summit features presentations from thought leaders in the fields of:

Location (Dennis Crowley, Co-Founder of Foursquare)
Branding (Chris Bruzzo, Starbucks Coffee Company)
Online Video (Ricky Van Veen, CEO and Co-Founder, Notional and College Humor)
Music (Josh Charles, Singer/Songwriter/Pianist)
Hospitality (Brian Simpson, Roger Smith Hotel)
Sports (Len Berman, That’s Sports)

New additions include:

Non-profits (Wendy Harman, Social Media Manager at American Red Cross)
Comedy (Baratunde Thurston, Web Editor at The Onion)
Causing a Scene (Charlie Todd, Founder of Improv Everywhere)

Join us on Tuesday, June 8th during Internet Week New York at the elegant TheTimesCenter at the New York Times Building for a first of its kind conference. For the full agenda and more details, please see

Details: Date: Tuesday, June 8th 2010

Time: 8:30 am Registration - 6:30 pm End of Wine & Cheese Networking Event (see full agenda)

Location: TheTimesCenter, 242 West 41st Street, NYC (see full venue details)

Press Passes: A limited number of press passes will be granted. Please apply here for press credentials

Includes: Full day conference, light breakfast, gourmet lunch (100% Kosher), snacks/beverages all day, Wine & Cheese networking hour

Top 4 Reasons To attend 1. All Exciting and Passionate Speakers

2. Breaking News

3. Major Announcements

4. Surprises & Surprise Guests 


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