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Experts to Debate the "Future of Media" in Oct. 5 SCPS Event

September 30, 2011

On October 5, media titans and industry luminaries will convene in NYU’s Kimmel Center, Rosenthal Pavilion, to discuss the future of media. The panelists will specifically debate what is in store for the advertising and marketing industry over the next 10-15 years.

The forum will be comprised of industry experts, including:

·      Bob CarriganCEO, IDG Communications 

·      Beth ComstockCMO, General Electric 

·      Maria Luisa FrancoliGlobal CEO, MPG

·      Christine FruechtePresident & CEO, Colle+McVoy 

·      Mike KellyCEO, The Weather Channel 

·      Steve LacyCEO, Meredith Corporation 

·      Brian MonahanManaging Partner, Intelligence Practice, MAGNAGLOBAL 

·      Bob PittmanChairman, Clear Channel Media and Entertainment Platforms 

·      David VerklinManaging Partner, VSVentures LLC. 

·      Moderated by: Josh Quittner, Flipboard Editor and former editor at Time Inc., Business 2.0 and Fortune Magazine  

Presented by MediaPost Communications, the event will be hosted by the School of Continuing and Professional Studies (NYU-SCPS) through the Master’s Program in Graphic Communications Management and Technology. MEDIA Magazine’s Future of Media Forum is an official event of Advertising Week. The event will be held on Wednesday October 5 from 8:00-11:00 a.m. 

Tickets are available here.

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