SOURCE: PRSA Silicon Valley

PRSA Silicon Valley

April 14, 2011 13:40 ET

PRSA Silicon Valley Presents "Inside the New Huffington Post"

Only Two Days Until the Public Relations Society of America Silicon Valley Event Inside the New Huffington Post

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA--(Marketwire - Apr 14, 2011) - This is the next event in PRSA SV's popular speaker series, Inside the Newsroom, which provides communications professionals with access to the hottest newsrooms. Last year, Fortune, Forbes, and Bloomberg all opened up their newsrooms and provided access to their editors.

Our panel will touch upon a variety of subjects, but will focus on the AOL and Huffington Post deal, how the deal is anticipated to affect the outlet and how it will change the media landscape. Details are below.

Inside the New Huffington Post

Date: Friday, April 15, 2011
Time: 3:15pm - 4:30pm Registration Check-in/Networking/Reception | 4:30pm - 5:30pm Panel Discussion | 5:30pm - 7:30pm Networking/Reception
Location: Four Seasons Palo Alto
Address: 2050 University Avenue, East Palo Alto, CA
Tickets: $60 PRSA Member, $65 Partner, $70 Non-PRSA Member

Panelists:
Cathy Brooks of the Social Media Hour and now THE Conversation (Moderator)
Ryan McCarthy, associate business editor
Adam Rose, media, entertainment, technology and politics
Victoria Fine, impact editor (cause-related initiatives)
Taylor Gray, SVP social marketing
Cindy Murphy, sales director

Tickets can be purchased here:
http://www.acteva.com/booking.cfm?bevaid=217860

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About PRSA Silicon Valley's Inside the Newsroom Series
PRSA SV's popular Inside the Newsroom series offers a rare view into the hottest media outlets: Fortune, Forbes, and Bloomberg all opened up their newsrooms in 2010 and provided access to their editors. This unique series provides senior corporate communications professionals (both agency and in-house) with access to the hottest newsrooms. Attendees hear first-hand from media about the inner workings of their environment.

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