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Insights on the future of the media
Wednesday, March 14, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (EST)
- EVP/Global Strategy and Insights for Edelman
- Thought leader and writer on media, technology and digital culture
New York-based Steve Rubel is EVP/Global Strategy and Insights for Edelman - the world's largest independent public relations firm. In this role, Rubel studies the future of media and works across the firm's practices and geographies to help clients unify their communications strategies across traditional, emerging, owned and social channels.
In addition, Rubel also acts as a highly visible Edelman thought leader and writer on media, technology and digital culture. He speaks dozens of times each year around the world and appears frequently in the press. In addition he actively shares his observations and insights through his blog, his monthly Advertising Age column and on Twitter where he is followed by more than 60,000.
Rubel has been named to several prestigious lists, including: PR Week's 40 Under 40 and The Forbes.com Web Celeb 25.
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Yvonne Adele – Ideas Culture
Welcome our sponsor
Drinks on the night will be provided by our new sponsor Brandtology.
Brandtology is a Sentia Media company and Asia Pacific's leading online business intelligence company.
Brandtology combines technology, processes and highly skilled professionals to deliver accurate and relevant online media insights to some of the globe's most recognised organisations. Understanding the digital channels, conversations and sentiment, contributes to effective public relations, crisis management, media planning, campaign measurement, product development and strategic planning.
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