Hear how both digital and traditional news organizations are adjusting their budgets to cover this new administration, and find out what skills and knowledge America’s major newsrooms are looking for when recruiting new talent. RSVP
Learn about the latest innovation and strategies being used to connect with new generations. Discover what it takes to break into today's advertising world. RSVP
The 2016 presidential election made way for the comeback of investigative journalism in our ultra-fast media landscape. Hear from George Polk Award winners about reporting on the Trump presidency. RSVP
This summit aims to empower and inspire the next generation of young women. Students will have the opportunity to learn from and with Bloomberg employees as well as participate in panel discussions and speaker series. Students Only: Registration Closed
Hear from Emmy Award-nominated actor John Roberts, who provides the voice of Bob’s eternally optimistic wife, Linda. He’ll talk about breaking into comedy; gaining attention on YouTube and how he co-wrote a script and took it from pitch to pilot.
Horizon Media is one of the fastest-growing independent media services companies in the world. The agency provides clients, such as Corona, Geico, and History Channel, with complete communications planning across all traditional and emerging channels, including digital, social and mobile.
Learn how the news and information landscape is evolving, and how Vox develops high-value digital journalism, storytelling, and brand advertising. Hear from the editorial and creative pros on the trends they follow and the skill sets you need to get hired.
Fox’s Batman prequel series uses the backdrop of New York to re-create the timeless noir look of the comic books and feature films that have shaped our image of Bruce Wayne’s hometown. As the show enters its third season, hear from the team responsible for creating the atmospheric look and feel of Gotham City.
Join us at Mashable and hear from the team behind this global, multi-platform media and entertainment company. Find out why Mashable is the go-to source for all things digital culture, tech and entertainment content for its dedicated audience of 45 million from around the globe.
In their initial slate of programming, Viceland has introduced programs with unique voices who shed light on aspects of our culture (food, music, travel, fashion, film), making these subjects personal and helping viewers understand the world that we live in. See how they do it.
As podcasts thrive and grow in popularity, many hosts are becoming household names. Find out how they developed the idea for their show; how they generate new ideas and produce each episode; and how they sustain interest and grow an audience through social media and newsletters.
Leading recruiters from the hottest operations in the business discuss the dynamic opportunities available in the booming media and tech sector and share insight on the do’s and don’ts of the job search. Brush up on the skills you need to land a position in this exciting field.
Join us at Jun Group, an advertising platform dedicated to mobile apps that engage millions of people with video and branded content across their devices. Jun Group helps Coca-Cola, Oreo, Acura and Bravo connect with their consumers on the multiscreen, mobile-first Internet.
Larry Wilmore gives his take on current events, and then sits down with his guests for a panel discussion. Watch a taping of The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore and see how Comedy Central is bringing much needed diversity to the late night genre.
Join us at Google’s New York headquarters, and hear from Retail Industry Director, Scott Falzone. During the visit, check out their awesome perks, including an outdoor terrace, hallway scooters, gourmet cafeterias, and Big Apple themed decor. And find out why we all want to be Googlers.
Tour the station that’s home to Radiolab, On The Media, and Studio 360. WNYC is one of the most listened-to non-commercial news and information radio stations in the United States, and a major content provider for public radio stations across the country. Find out what it’s like to work in radio, which has been an ever-evolving medium with the continued growth of mobile devices and podcasts.
Founded in 2011 by Chris Altchek and Jake Horowitz, Mic’s approach to news is as unique as the millennial generation. Mic reports original stories, publishes smart analysis and produces high-quality videos for an audience of more than 30 million people each month. Visit Mic’s NYC office, a clean and modern space that makes a strong impression and keeps perfectly with the company’s mission to make real news relatable.