FutureMedia Fest at Georgia Tech

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    • Tuesday November 15, 2011 - Friday November 18, 2011
      7:00 am - 6:59 pm
  • Location: Atlanta, GA
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Rebecca Keane
rebecca.keane@iac.gatech.edu 

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Full Summary: Be inspired and challenged at FutureMedia Fest 2011, the annual must-attend event exploring media’s disruptive power on people and business. From November 15-17, 2011 on Georgia Tech’s midtown Atlanta campus, discover new possibilities through an interactive mash-up of talent, ideas, trends, and technology.

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Be inspired and challenged at FutureMedia Fest 2011, the annual must-attend event exploring media’s disruptive power on people and business. From November 15-17, 2011 on Georgia Tech’s midtown Atlanta campus, discover new possibilities through an interactive mash-up of talent, ideas, trends, and technology.

Several faculty members from Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts are speaking during FutureMedia Fest:
Paul Baker, Adjunt Professor and Director of Research, Center for Advanced Communications Policy, and Research Associate, Technology Policy and Assessment Center (TPAC)
Mike Best, Associate Professor, Sam Nunn School of International Affairs and School of Interactive Computing
Janet Murray, Professor, Graduate Program in Digital Media, School of Literature, Communication, and Culture
James White, Director of Communication Studies, Center for Advanced Communications Policy
Celia Pearce, Assistant Professor of Digital Media, School of Literature, Communication, and Culture

2011 panel discussions and small group breakouts will include such topics as:

  • Media Revolutionizing Sports Entertainment
  • Civic Engagement through Social Media
  • Next Generation Emergency Response
  • How to Get Elected
  • Future Commerce
  • Media Molding Business Models
  • Entrepreneurship in a Noisy World
  • Future of Advertising and Marketing in a Hyperlocal World
  • Changing Platforms, Changing Players
  • Future of Television
  • Future of Learning
  • Game Changers in Health
  • Computational Journalism


Dynamic start-up and research demos will present the latest technologies from Georgia Tech students and leading practitioners in the media fields.

Backed by the technological expertise of Georgia Tech, a global top-ten university located in a growing media industry center, FutureMedia Fest 2011 will connect attendees, create a robust innovation environment, and drive the growth of a new media ecosystem. Be among the industry’s top executives and investors, innovators and entrepreneurs, academics and researchers. Don’t miss the chance to preview Georgia Tech’s FutureMedia Outlook 2012, outlining megatrends that we believe will shape the future of media, content, and information in the next five years, before its release. To learn more and register, visit the links below.

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  • Created By: Lauren Langley
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  • Created On: Nov 3, 2011 - 6:44am
  • Last Updated: Oct 7, 2016 - 9:56pm