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5th Annual NewComm Forum

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The 5th Annual New Communications Forum
April 27th - 29th, 2009
San Francisco, CA

Now celebrating its fifth year, New Communications Forum is the premier conference that brings together thought leaders and decision makers to discuss the impact of social media and emerging communication tools, technologies, and models on PR and corporate communications, marketing and advertising, media and journalism, business, culture and society.

The Forum provides an in-depth, hands-on exploration of the future of communications. In its five year history, it has come to be known as one of the world’s leading conferences focusing on the latest trends in new emerging media and communications platforms.

NewComm Forum is a focused conference specifically designed to teach communications professionals the strategy and tactics to effectively utilize the power of new media and communications tools and trends. NewComm Forum will feature real-world, award-winning case studies from leading companies, best practices and lessons learned for:

* Social media & innovation
* Blogger & influencer relations
* Online community management & development
* Collaboration & co-creation strategies
* Internal communications
* Organizational transformation
* Social media program management
* Online reputation management
* Social media metrics & measurement
* Social interaction design

In addition, we’ll be discussing the hottest topics, including:

* Crowdsourcing
* Micro-communications tools like Twitter
* Global trends in mobile media
* New media and journalism models
* Emerging business and organizational models
* Social media and the gift economy
* Social media and philanthropy
* ‘New economy’ issues and developments
… and more!

Register at with discount code SNCRMEMBER and save $150.

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