Manny P. here…
We are right around the corner from MCAI MediaProCamp II, which takes place this Saturday from 8:30a-3:00p. The event is scheduled at Santa Ana College’s Digital Media Center (between the college and South Coast Plaza) at 1300 S. Bristol St.
If you would like to network with some of O.C.’s top media experts, this is the place to be. Expected to attend:
- John Coleman - President and CEO of Twin Oaks Communications
- Mark Sevi – President of the Orange County Screenwriter’s Association
- Tommy James – Panasonic Rep and Video Tech guru
- Janice Arrington – Orange County Film Commissioner
- James Mathers - President of Digital Cinema Society
- Bruce Nazarian – CEO of Digital Media Consulting Group
JOHN COLEMAN MARK SEVI – MANNY PACHECO – GARY LYCAN
This is just a partial list of heavyweights lending their expertise about Southern California’s media market. My good pals Tim Keenan, President of Creative Media, and Gary Lycan, the Orange County Register’s radio reporter will be there too! I plan on lending my knowledge on what it takes to self-publish a book. Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History will be on display if you want a copy.
The best part of this day-long event (which includes lunch) – it’s FREE! According to the MCAI website, here is what participants had to say about last year’s MediaProCamp event:
Tons of information…liked the openness…sharing real-world knowledge…great people…everyone was helpful…made great connections…important networking, information and resources!…liked exchanging business ideas in non-threatening environment…liked people with knowledge to share…casual and friendly…loved the flexibility of discussions and groups.
MediaProCamp II is an intensely productive open series of professional roundtable discussions which provides for fabulous networking for professionals in every area of the media: film, TV, internet, radio, print, etc. If you work in a creative industry, whether you are in technical, performance, or suppliers – you should be at this all-day event on Saturday.
Here are two links for more information about MediaProCamp II:
Until next time> “never forget”