Here’s Why You Can’t Miss This Year’s Mashable Media Summit

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The Mashable Media Summit is a rare and unique opportunity to be in the company of leaders from all areas of the industry. On Nov. 30 at The TimesCenter in New York City, you’ll hear from new media companies like Facebook, Tumblr and Reddit, as well as more traditional staples in media, including Condé Nast, Hearst and NPR. You’ll hear the full story from every angle amidst the brightest minds in media.

Tickets are on the brink of selling out, so get yours now.

The Mashable Media Summit is a one-day conference that explores how new forms of technology are redefining media. Industry leaders will speak at the TimesCenter in New York City to explore the latest innovations in the space and the future of journalism. Tickets include all conference sessions, breakfast, lunch and a networking reception.

Eventbrite - Mashable Media Summit 2012

Here are the top three reasons why attending the 2012 Mashable Media Summit is a valuable investment for you and your organization.

  1. Hearing from industry leaders: Experts from Hearst Corp., Google, Reddit, Facebook, LinkedIn, NPR, AKQA, DKNY and others will speak about the latest trends and innovations in media and advertising.

  2. Networking with industry professionals: This one-day conference brings together a wide range of professionals in digital, tech, advertising, sales, marketing, mobile and publishing. This is a perfect opportunity to network and form new business relationships.

  3. Learning new information: With topics like “Politics Transformed,” “Thinking Outside the App” and “Are Social Media Networks the Publishers of the Future?” you will learn actionable takeaways you can bring back to the office.

You can view the agenda online, and in the gallery below, get an inside look at some of the speakers who will appear on stage at the Media Summit. You don’t want to miss out on this year’s summit, get your tickets now before it’s too late!

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