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Introducing FM's Signal Conference Series

By - December 08, 2010

SIGNAL.pngI’m pleased to formally announce Federated Media’s upcoming Signal Series – three full-day conferences in three great cities. Born from FM’s annual Conversational Marketing Summit and my daily Signal newsletter, the Signal conference series focuses on one key topic in one city at a time. These three events will culminate in our annual CM Summit in New York next June during Internet Week.
We’ve nearly completed the program for the first event – Signal LA. The event is February 8th at the SLS Hotel (it’s quite nice!). The focus, as befits an event in LA, is content marketing, one of the more talked about trends in brand marketing today.  Our speaker line-up, as I hope you’ve come to expect, is stellar, and we’re really excited for what we’re sure will be an interesting, informative and impactful day. Please join us!

Confirmed speakers for Signal LA include:

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Luke Beatty, VP & GM, Associated Content Yahoo!

Joanne Bradford, Chief Revenue Officer, Demand Media

Deanna Brown, COO, Federated Media

Chris Cunningham, CEO / founder, appssavvy

Arianna Huffington, Founder, Huffington Post

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Peter Guber, Chairman & CEO, Mandalay Entertainment

Ann Lewnes, SVP Global Marketing, Adobe

Joel Lunenfeld, CEO, Moxie Interactive

Suzie Reider, Director of Sales and Marketing, YouTube

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Rashmi Sinha, Founder, Slideshare

Biz Stone, Co-founder, Twitter

will.i.am, Founder, Dipdive and Black Eyed Peas

We’re still adding great speakers, so watch our site for more updates.

Signal is produced for senior decision makers in the Internet, media, and marketing businesses. If you’re involved in the digital media ecosystem, you belong at Signal. Sign up today.

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