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REGISTER NOW for Making Media Connections, June 9 & 10

If you’ve never attended the Making Media Connections conference one of the benefits of being an attendee is the relationship building that happens at the conference. You will be able to connect and expand your network with folks in the nonprofit sector and media.

Once you’ve registered for the conference you will get a special invite to our “Making Media Connections” Kick Off reception and vendor fair on Wed. June 9. Be the first to meet and greet nonprofit leaders and media movers and shakers over drinks and light snacks. Wait there’s more!

PLUS special book signings by:

Deanna Zandt, author of, “Share This: How You Will Change The World With Social Networking”

Jessica Clark, co-author of, “Beyond the Echo Chamber: How a Networked Progressive Media Can Reshape American Politics”

Tim Frick author of, “Return on Engagement: Content, Strategy and Design Techniques for Digital Marketing”

Our vendor fair offers the opportunity to discover communication tools to get your message across. Come by on June 10 from 3 to 6 p.m. to check out the vendors exhibiting at our conference.

Vendor Fair includes:  Amzo Zip Mailing Services, Chicago Access Network Television, Rush Powers Media, English Communication, Inc.,The WebFarm Inc., Wooded Isle Computer Consultants, Social IMPACT Research Center, Executive Service Corp. of Chicago, Association of Consultants to Nonprofits, Tweeting For Dollars Project, Careers In Nonprofits, Metro Chicago Information Center, Arte y Vida Chicago, Giftworks Fundraising Software


Broadcasting: What’s new, what’s not
Thursday, June 9, 2010
Engage your audience by using the prime news source in America—TV. Panelists Shawn Campbell  (Chicago Independent Radio Project), Judie Garcia (WGN News), Mark Saxenmeyer (WFLD-TV Fox Chicago) and moderator: Raschanda Hall (Business Wire) will discuss how using visuals and sound can introduce your agency’s message to captive audiences. Discover the craft of visualizing your message for broadcast. Learn more

FREE — Making Media Connections Roundtable Discussion
The Chicago Community Trust’s Community News Matters initiative and Community Media Workshop invite you to a roundtable discussion from 3 to 5 p.m. June 10th at Columbia College’s Film Row Cinema, 8th Floor, 1104 South Wabash, Chicago. We’re all creating and reporting news and stories for and about our communities, our region, and beyond. Read more

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