iMedia TV, Video & Social Summit

I’m honored to be on the Advisory Board for the iMedia TV, Video and Social Summit this March! iMedia has been instrumental in my career; from meeting fantastic people to partner and work with, to learning from others case studies and discussing the future of digital… Im looking forward to being a part of this very exciting 2.5 day event, and encourage you to request an invitation from the link below!

TV, Video & Social
(From the iMedia Website)

An estimated $118 billion will be spent on content marketing, video marketing, and social media in 2013. But where are those dollars having the greatest impact in terms of marketing ROI and the ever-fierce battle for the hearts and minds of consumers? Is your marketing team appropriately structured and prepared to bridge the gaps between TV, video, and social media? Furthermore, how are companies thinking about content, funding it, and creating it?

This March, join senior brand and agency marketers for 2.5 days to discuss strategies and tactics related to these challenges and more. Addressed topics will include:

-The latest trends in branded content creation and aggregation
-The new front lines in the video platform wars
-The development of content exclusively for social media dissemination
-The increasingly blurring lines among brands, publishers, and agencies
-The convergence of TV and video — and what it means for buying models

Click here to request your invitation to attend!

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About Kent Speakman

Kent Speakman is a producer & entrepreneur who is experienced on both sides of the camera, for the big screen, small screen and the second screen. Examiner.com has called him one of the most influential entrepreneurs in the entertainment industry and has won the iMedia Entertainment Marketing Award for best digital campaign. He writes for trade publications, speaks at conferences and film festivals as well sharing knowledge through media interviews.
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