Many of the industry’s most influential leaders joined together on Tuesday at FOLIO: & min’s premier new event, the MediaMashup summit,
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Close to 200 executives from traditional and emerging media companies gathered Tuesday at the Grand Hyatt in New York to explain how they're dealing with the collision of two worlds. There's a growing confluence of print and pureplays, old guards and startups, content and ecommerce, that called for a discussion—MediaMashup was the forum.
It’s not every day that a U.S. governor stops by to share ideas with you. Next week, however, FOLIO: and min will give you that exact opportunity—Connecticut Governor Dan Malloy has been added to the MediaMashup show keynote lineup and his address,
Firehouse World—an event that offers training, equipment and education for the fire service—was acquired by Cygnus Business Media about 11 years ago and following a tough market in 2007, which saw the down economy hit the public safety market particularly hard, the company has been reinv
Organized by FCW, an 1105 Media brand targeting federal government technology executives, The Federal Awards Gala has become a long-standing, must-attend event with a heavy dose of both entertainment and hard-won recognition for federal IT leaders who are pushing the technology envelope in g
“For many years, we were wondering: How can we bring our brand to life in a regional event?
In some ways, a good race and a good event are measured similarly: They’re both about breaking records. In 2012, the Men’s Health Urbanathlon series geared up for its sixth year with twelve event sponsors—twice as many as the highest previous year.
How does a Veterans’ Day fundraiser attract fierce loyalty from thousands of young women? The answer lies in a good lipstick.
Randall Lane began his career as a reporter for Forbes’ “rich list.” Putting a dollar value on some of the world’s wealthiest individuals proved a difficult job—one his subjects largely viewed as prying. There were constant walls and deceit.
There is little argument that creating an event can be a daunting task. However, creation is in the DNA of O’Reilly Media’s MAKE magazine. MAKE is a magazine dedicated to a movement of innovation and creation.