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INTERACTIVE TV: What is it? Where is it? How can you get involved?

  • 14 Jan 2009
  • 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
  • San Francisco School of Digital Filmmaking

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  • INTERACTIVE TV:
    What is it? Where is it? How can you get involved?

    Come to Bay Area Women in Film & Media's January panel event on Wed., Jan. 14th to learn about content making for and the distribution of the "TV of Tomorrow" Today…

    Please register online for this event at: www.bawift.org

    INTERACTIVE TV: What is it? Where is it? How can you get involved?
    If you thought interactive TV was nowhere to be found in this country, you were wrong. It is being deployed all over the United States on every platform (cable, satellite, the Internet, mobile phones and on CE devices in your home).

    The medium of television is changing. Those changes are taking place because of new technologies and ideas breaking in the marketplace and news everyday. Knowledgeable producers and developers are actively exploring ways to create fiction and non-fiction programming incorporating new concepts such as social networking and viral advertising. Tracy Swedlow, editor-in-chief of InteractiveTV Today (http://www.itvt.com), the publication "of record" for the ITV industry, will lead a panel of experts who will discuss what is happening today, how to recognize what interactive television is and is not, and how you might be able to participate fully in the TV of tomorrow.

    Speakers currently scheduled to appear:

    Event Moderator:
    Tracy Swedlow, CEO, Publisher, Editor-in-Chief of InteractiveTV Today [itvt]

    Panelists:
    Mugs Buckley, Principal, MugsTV
    Bill Niemeyer, Principal, Centrimedia
    John Gilles, VP of Media and Entertainment, Method

    Date: Wednesday, January 14, 2009

    Time: 7 pm – 9:30 pm
    7:00 p.m. Networking and light refreshments
    7:20 - 9:00 p.m. Panel
    9:00 - 9:30 Networking

    Location :
    San Francisco School of Digital Filmmaking
    2565 Third St., Suite #337, (between 22nd & 23rd Streets), San Francisco, CA.
    Street parking is usually available.

    ADMISSION: FREE for current Members, $5 general, $3 students with ID

    ** Reminder: Unlike our special events, this month's meeting is for women only.**

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INTERACTIVE TV:  What is it?  Where is it?  How can you get involved?
If you thought interactive TV was nowhere to be found in this country, you were wrong. It is being deployed all over the United States on every platform (cable, satellite, the Internet, mobile phones and on CE devices in your home).

The medium of television is changing. Those changes are taking place because of new technologies and ideas breaking in the marketplace and news everyday. Knowledgeable producers and developers are actively exploring ways to create fiction and non-fiction programming incorporating new concepts such as social networking and viral advertising. Tracy Swedlow, editor-in-chief of InteractiveTV Today (http://www.itvt.com), the publication "of record" for the ITV industry, will lead a panel of experts who will discuss what is happening today, how to recognize what interactive television is and is not, and how you might be able to participate fully in the TV of tomorrow. 

Speakers currently scheduled to appear:

Event Moderator:
Tracy Swedlow, CEO, Publisher, Editor-in-Chief of InteractiveTV Today [itvt]

Panelists:
Mugs Buckley, Principal, MugsTV
Bill Niemeyer, Principal, Centrimedia
John Gilles, VP of Media and Entertainment, Method
Geoff Katz, VP, Business Development and Marketing iWidgets

Date: Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Time: 7 pm – 9:30 pm
7:00 p.m. Networking and light refreshments
7:20 - 9:00 p.m. Panel
9:00 - 9:30 Networking

Location :   
San Francisco School of Digital Filmmaking
2565 Third St., Suite #337, (between 22nd & 23rd Streets), San Francisco, CA.  
Street parking is usually available.

ADMISSION: FREE for current Members, $5 general, $3 students with ID

** Reminder: Unlike our special events, this month's meeting is for women only.**

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