Mike Rosen-Molina

Mike Rosen-Molina is a Northern California freelance reporter and an associate editor for MediaShift. A graduate of the University of California at Berkeley schools of journalism and law, he has worked as an editor for the Fairfield Daily Republic and as a managing editor for JURIST legal news services.

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Location: Chicago Leading social media experts in government and public service agencies will speak at this conference on how to engage employees and citizens via social media technologies. Twitter hashtag: #IDGA > Conference website more »

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Location: Banff, Canada This is a new media summit that encourages the creation of emotionally powerful, creatively inspired, and economically viable new media in Canada and abroad. This year’s event will explore the idea of a “society of makers,” asking who is responsible for “making” culture. > Conference website more »

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Location: Charlotte, NC This is an event featuring business leaders and innovators speaking on the future of social media technology and examples of how businesses are using the social web successfully. Twitter hashtag: #socialfresh > Conference website more »

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Location: Seattle This is a conference for bloggers and social media leaders to talk aboutwpersonal media revolution has affected politics, commerce, art, academia, philanthropy, science, and communication. Twitter hashtag: #gnomedex > Conference website more »

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Location: San Diego This event brings together tech geeks from all over southern California ad features cutting edge consumer technology, a real-time tweet stream, as well as a live event photo stream courtesy of TweetPhoto. Twitter hashtag: #coolasever > Conference website more »

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Location: Los Angeles The Independent TV Festival is a gathering featuring panels and events for independent new media and TV creators from around the world. Twitter hashtag: #itvfest > Conference website more »

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When New York-based animator Nina Paley decided to distribute her independent animation project “Sita Sings the Blues” online for free, she recalled the fate of 1920s jazz vocalist Annette Hanshaw. Once hugely popular, Hanshaw had almost completely disappeared from public knowledge when Paley decided to include her songs in the score for her film. “How […] more »

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Gawker rip-off of WaPo? Post writer gets angry about excerpting content; Gawker fires back Eric Schmidt steps down Google CEO resigns from Apple Board Acting cyber-czar resigns “Top Internet safety official”:http://www.forbes.com/2009/07/20/cybersecurity-obama-economy-technology-security-cybersecurity.html Hathaway steps down for “personal reasons” AP’s wrapper Associated Press fights content free-riding with plan to charge for quotes Who reads e-readers? “Forrester finds”:http://blogs.forrester.com/consumer_product_strategy/2009/08/forrester-new-ereader-data-suggests-amazon-vulnerability.html […] more »

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Location: Chicago This is an event where you can learn how to create winning brands and get bottom-line results through practical solutions from top branding leaders. > Conference website more »

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Location: Los Angeles This is a conference to help web developers, businesspeople, and others understand Twitter and leverage the power of the microblogging site for their own ventures. Twitter hashtag: #cooltwitterconference > Conference website more »