SOURCE: PRSA Silicon Valley

PRSA Silicon Valley

November 16, 2011 08:05 ET

MEDIA PREDICTS: 2012 -- Making the List: What's Hot & What's Not in Technology

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA--(Marketwire - Nov 16, 2011) - EVENT: MEDIA PREDICTS: 2012

WHAT: MEDIA PREDICTS: 2012 -- Making the List: What's Hot & What's Not in Technology
This annual sellout gala event features a peek inside the minds of top business and technology journalists and bloggers as they predict what technologies, companies, issues and trends will be biggest in the year ahead.

Speakers include: New York Times' Nick Bilton; AllThingsD's John Paczkowski; IDG's John Gallant; San Francisco Chronicle's James Temple; Technologizer, CNET and's Harry McCracken; TechCrunch & CrunchGear's Greg Kumparak; ReadWriteWeb, O'Reilly Radar and KQED Mindshift's Audrey Watters; Bloomberg TV & Bloomberg West's Emily Chang (Master of Ceremonies); CNBC's Jon Fortt (Moderator).

These journalists, luminaries and chroniclers are also being recognized for their significant contributions to journalism and recent works.

Entertainment at MEDIA PREDICTS: 2012 includes a mesmerizing contemporary jazz trio -- Kristen Strom on saxophone and flute, Scott Sorkin on guitar, and John Shifflett on bass.

Wednesday, November 30, 2011, 5-9 PM

  • Cocktails & Entertainment 5-6pm
  • Dinner & Recognition Program 6-7pm
  • Featured Event & Panel Discussion 7-8:30pm
  • Networking 8:30-9pm

Dress is Black-tie optional.

The Computer History Museum -- 1401 N Shoreline Blvd., Mountain View, CA 94043 [MAP]

Produced by PRSA Silicon Valley, attendees are Silicon Valley business leaders, technology professionals, venture capitalists, authors, analysts, journalists, bloggers, and marketing & PR professionals who want to know.

Members of the press, please contact the event chair.


For up-to-date details about MEDIA PREDICTS, please visit the website. Photos and video will also be posted immediately following the event.

About PRSA Silicon Valley
For more than thirty years, the not-for-profit Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) Silicon Valley has been the leading voice in technology PR and Marketing. The organization provides blockbuster events, networking events, and numerous educational professional development workshops that are optimal for career advancement. Business communicators at every level are invited to become members. PRSA Silicon Valley provides valuable opportunities to stay informed about industry developments and trends, and interact with corporate and agency PR and Marketing professionals, business executives, consultants, partners (The Churchill Club, The Commonwealth Club, SV-IABC, SVAMA, NorCalBMA, WIC, WOMMA, PRSA-SF, and more) members of the media and industry analysts. Contact PRSA Silicon Valley for more information.