We completed another Advisory Board meeting yesterday for the Biola Media Conference. The conference line up is AWESOME again this year. We also got a preview of the initial draft of the Digital Session Guide App for the conference. I thought I’d give you a SNEAK PEEK.
For those who don’t know, the Biola Media Conference is the equivalent of TED or Catalyst for Hollywood professionals of faith. It is the largest national confernce for entertainment professionals of faith working in mainstream media today: film, television, and digital media.
In its 16th year, the BMC 2011 theme is BEYOND DIGITAL: What Matters Now?
There’s no better voice on the subject than this year’s keynote speaker Kevin Kelly, co-founder of Wired Magazine and one of the most influential voices in the digital revolution. Kevin will address the cultural impact of technology on the future of the entertainment and media industries.
We’ve also announced a couple more key speakers, including Tom Halleen, Senior Vice President of Programming and Scheduling for the AMC network, and DeVon Franklin, Vice President of Production for Columbia Pictures. Both will bring their production and programming expertise to the main session of the Biola Media Conference at CBS Studio Center on April 30, 2011. Read more about the speakers we’ve announced so far, and know that we will announce even more later this month.
This year, we’re making the Digital Session Guide APP available to ONE EXCLUSIVE sponsor. Let’s think about this: the digital session guide used by entertainment media pros at the largest event of its kind. Think that might be of value? DOH!
The Digital Session Guide APP Sponsorship is only $1,000 and includes:
- Exclusive Sponsorship of Digital Biola Media Conference Session Guide
- Tab on Digital Session Guide
- Linkable Logo and/or text at the bottom of every page
- Social Media recognition to BMC audience via all outlets
- On-stage announcement recognition for Digital Session Guide
See the complete MEDIA KIT for additional options and the order form for the Digital App Sponsorship.
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