8th Global Entertainment and Media Summit Returns to NYC December 9-10

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Leading Industry Event Dedicated to Industry Transformation Features Keynotes from Roger Corman, Les Garland, Larry Namer, Michael Harrison

If Dinosaurs Knew The Ice Age Was Coming, What Would They Have Done

The Global Entertainment and Media Summit is returning to New York City for its 8th annual media confab on the weekend of December 9-10th. Guest speakers and panelists will include: filmmaker Roger Corman, MTV's original co-founder Les Garland, Larry Namer, who founded E! Channel and Michael Harrison - Editor/Publisher of Talkers Maga ine. GEMS speakers have always been on the cutting edge - leaders, visionaries, deal-makers, entrepreneurs, etc. and the upcoming schedule is no different.

Panel discussions scan the new age of media from "New Advertising" to "Citizen Journalism" to "Creating A Successful Media Company". Some of the industry panelists will include: Michael Masucci/ EZTV Media, Laura Hess/MP3.com, Celia Black/Ray Kurzweil's Development Company, Michael Visceglia/Suzane Vega's music director to name a few. These are the "behind-the-scenes industry vets" who helped create the "new media age" we're now introduced to and experiencing.

The 8th Annual GEMS confab is sponsored by: Total Access Live, Sonicbids, Moviemaker Magazine, Podcast 411, The Music Registry, Mediadupes, LOD America, NYC & Co. and the David Lynch Foundation. As last year, the world-famous "Laugh Factory" will host GEMS (located on 8th Avenue near 42Nd Street) and for that weekend only, Dec. 9-10th, the comedy club will change its marque name to "The Entertainment Factory".

Tickets for GEMS can be obtained from the GEMS site at: globalentertainmentnetwork.com -- $129 in advance and $189 at the door. For a full schedule of events, click onto globalentertainmentnetwork.com/schedule - some of the topics of interest: "If Dinosaurs Knew The Ice Age Was Coming, What Would They Have Done", "Artist Development In The 21st Century" and "Power To The Creator: How Many Technologies Are Putting Distribution In the Hands Of The Creators?".

Registration is only $129 in advance (Save $60 when you order your tickets before show dates!) and can be purchased by clicking this link:


For a schedule, bios and photos, visit the conference Website: http://www.globalentertainmentnetwork.com


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