SOURCE: PRSA - Silicon Valley

December 01, 2006 08:00 ET

PRSA Silicon Valley Announces Tech Media Influencer Blockbuster Event: "Media Predictions 2007"

SAN JOSE, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- December 1, 2006 --


PRSA Silicon Valley Blockbuster Event, "Tech Influencers Predict: 2007 What's Hot & What's Not."


The Public Relations Society of America, Silicon Valley (PRSA-SV) is today bringing together an all-star media panel for this year-end event. It features syndicated technology columnist, broadcaster and CBS News technology analyst Larry Magid as "Host"; Wall Street Journal deputy bureau chief Don Clark; USA Today technology reporter Jon Swartz; San Jose Mercury News managing editor David Satterfield; Red Herring editor in chief Joel Dreyfuss; InfoWorld editor in chief Steve Fox; Fortune Magazine senior editor Jeffrey O'Brien; The Economist technology correspondent Andreas Kluth.

Event silver sponsors include: Marketwire, Businesswire, PR Newswire, and Bacons. Additionally, numerous PR agencies are sponsoring tables for their employees and clients; they include Eastwick Communications, Voce Communications, Weber Shandwick, Porter Novelli, GolinHarris, A&R Edelman, The Hoffman Agency, Access Communications, Fleishman-Hillard, Citigate Cunningham, Burson-Marsteller, Ketchum, Krause Taylor Associates and Blanc & Otus. will be podcasting this event. Look for more information and the podcast following the event at or, or visit the PRSA website:


Friday, December 1, 2006, 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM (PST)


Marriott Santa Clara (2700 Mission College Blvd, Santa Clara, CA)


This event features world-leading technology influencers as they share insights and opinions, predicting what will be hot -- and what will not -- in 2007. They'll preview and discuss the most promising technologies, topics and trends of the coming year and highlight winning technologies that rose to the surface in 2006.

About the PRSA Silicon Valley

For more than thirty years, the Public Relations Society of America, Silicon Valley Chapter (PRSA-SV) has provided PR professionals with education and professional development, career advancement and networking opportunities. The organization invites business communicators at every level to join, from young professionals to seasoned PR veterans. The Chapter also provides numerous opportunities to stay informed about industry developments and to interact with other professionals, members of the media, industry analysts, and more. For more information, to become a member, and to opt-in to receive newsletters and events bulletins, please visit:

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