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article imageDigital Journal to cover nextMEDIA conference on digital media

By David Silverberg     Nov 24, 2010 in Business
Toronto - DigitalJournal.com is once again a media sponsor of digital media conference nextMEDIA. Taking place on Nov. 29 and 30 in Toronto, nextMEDIA features speakers from leading companies such as Facebook and Torstar Digital.
On Nov. 29 and 30, Toronto's Design Exchange will host a variety of seminars, panel discussions and workshops as part of the annual nextMEDIA conference in Toronto. Experts and market leaders will speak on media production, mobile tech, social media, funding, online trends and more.
For the second year in a row, DigitalJournal.com will be a media sponsor of the conference and we'll be reporting from nextMEDIA on both Nov. 29 and 30. We will also be tweeting about what we see and hear at nextMEDIA via our @digitaljournal feed.
Baylea Mahoney, marketing communications coordinator for Achilles Media, the company organizing nextMEDIA 2010, explains why Digital Journal has become an invaluable partner to nextMEDIA. "Emerging technology and ideas are how this industry will grow, and Digital Journal's commitment to hands-on social reporting gives those new ideas a platform for exposure."
What coverage should you expect? We'll be liveblogging the keynote address from Newser.com founder Michael Wolff on the impact of digital media on Monday Nov. 29 at 9:15 a.m. ET.
Other liveblogs include a panel discussion on open vs closed content in the digital age, featuring representatives from Telus, Universal Island Def Jam and Mozilla Drumbeat.
On Nov. 30, DigitalJournal.com will also liveblog the one-on-one session with Facebook Canada managing director Jordan Banks. He will talk about how companies can use Facebook to leverage their business.
Editorial coverage will include summaries of the "Hot mobile technologies" session and the panel discussion on the various platforms for digital media.
Digital Journal fans on Facebook can also check out our Facebook page for live updates during nextMEDIA 2010.
Registration for nextMEDIA 2010 can be found here.
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