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the future of publishing is audio

Thursday, November 9, 2017 6:30 to 8:00 pm

The New School (Arnhold Hall)
55 West 13th Street, 2nd Floor (between 5th and 6th Aves)

With mobile allowing audiences to consume content on demand anywhere, anytime, audio storytelling is more popular than ever. The folks at the forefront of this revolution reveal how audio is transforming the publishing industry and creating new career opportunities. RSVP


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molly barton, founder, serial box

Christine Ng is a New York based producer and cinematographer. A graduate from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, Christine works on commercials, music videos and independent film projects, including feature-length documentaries and narratives.

The first spot she shot for TV broadcast aired during Superbowl XLVI. Her first narrative feature, The Widowers premiered at the San Antonio Film Festival. The feature-length documentary titled Everything Is Copy, a portrait of legendary Nora Ephron premiered on HBO in 2016. She recently shot a documentary series with Morgan Spurlock’s company, Warrior Poets called What We Teach Girls which will be featured on Refinery29 soon.


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david blum, editor, audible original publishing 

Christine Ng is a New York based producer and cinematographer. A graduate from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, Christine works on commercials, music videos and independent film projects, including feature-length documentaries and narratives.

The first spot she shot for TV broadcast aired during Superbowl XLVI. Her first narrative feature, The Widowers premiered at the San Antonio Film Festival. The feature-length documentary titled Everything Is Copy, a portrait of legendary Nora Ephron premiered on HBO in 2016. She recently shot a documentary series with Morgan Spurlock’s company, Warrior Poets called What We Teach Girls which will be featured on Refinery29 soon.


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jon fine, principal, jon fine law & media 

Christine Ng is a New York based producer and cinematographer. A graduate from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, Christine works on commercials, music videos and independent film projects, including feature-length documentaries and narratives.

The first spot she shot for TV broadcast aired during Superbowl XLVI. Her first narrative feature, The Widowers premiered at the San Antonio Film Festival. The feature-length documentary titled Everything Is Copy, a portrait of legendary Nora Ephron premiered on HBO in 2016. She recently shot a documentary series with Morgan Spurlock’s company, Warrior Poets called What We Teach Girls which will be featured on Refinery29 soon.