Next Tuesday, Sept. 6 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., Technically Philly and 215mag.com are hosting New Media Unplugged, something of a workshop and meet-and-greet with Philadelphia indie publishers. Consider it a slightly more evolved blogger meetup. It’s happening at the historic Sigma Sound, 212 N. 12th, just north of Race Street.
New Media Unplugged: indie publishers event
- Tues. Sept. 6
- 6-9 p.m.
- Sigma Sound Studios
- 212 N. 12th, north of Race Street
- RSVP here
- Free beer
Doors open at 6 p.m., at 6:30 p.m., we’ll highlight some of the coolest things happening in Philadelphia web communities and from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., we encourage everyone introduces herself to every other person in the room.
Among others, we’ll welcome a handful of Philly’s best talk about who they are and what they’ve learned:
- Generocity.org: David Raible, the executive director of the new nonprofit-focused niche news site will talk about its launching and plans for scale.
- NakedPhilly: Mr Fox will be in attendance to talk about his strategy for building a community.
- Geekadelphia: Co-founder Eric Smith will talk about the recent Philly Geek Awards and having success with events
- NEast Philly: Shannon McDonald, the founder of the Northeast hyperlocal, on helping partnerships with sites like Yahoo and hurting partnerships with coverage like the popular Right NEast/Wrong NEast feature.
- DrinkPhilly: Adam Schmidt, the president and founder of the popular nightlife news site will talk about building a business around news.
- Technically Philly: Co-founder Chris Wink, yes, this author, will talk about Philly Tech Week.
Little Giant Media, a sponsor of Philly Tech Week 2011, is working with Vitamin Water to host the event series.
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