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Social Media Week is days away and over the course of the last several weeks you have been instrumental in creating a phenomenal program.  In addition to events being hosted at each of our Five Content Hubs, this year’s program will consist of more than 160 events and include participation from over 8,000 New Yorkers, culminating to bring you the biggest Social Media Week yet!

We recognize that the sheer number of events may be overwhelming which is why we’ve compiled a list of TOP PICKS; a group of dynamic and diverse events that are still open for registration.

Check out the list below and follow the links to register to attend.  You can also view the full NY Social Media Week Program here: http://socialmediaweek.org/newyork/schedule

MONDAY

“News Dissemination in a Social Finance World”, coordinated by StockTwits
Hosted at the New York Stock Exchange

The Dissemination of Entertainment News in Social Media, Hosted by THA.i
Hosted at the Entertainment, Gaming & Sports Hub at Red Bull

Integrating Text Messaging into Websites, Apps, and Other Software
Hosted at the Science and Technology Hub at Google

The Internet & Uprisings in the Arab World: Are We Already In A Post-Social Media World?, Hosted by Wired
Hosted at the Science and Technology Hub at Google

TUESDAY

Open UN: Engagement in the Age of Real-Time Hosted by United Nations Global Pulse
Hosted at the Science and Technology Hub at Google

How Art & Fashion Connect In The Social Media World: Are Fashion Photographers The Next Warhols?
Hosted at the Art & Culture Hub at Hearst

How Social Media Can Be Used to Help Build the Women’s Audience for Films, Hosted by PepsiCo
Hosted at the People & Society Hub at The Paley Center for Media

Health | Tech | Food, Sponsored by Luminary Labs
Hosted at the People & Society Hub at The Paley Center for Media

Be Part of a Social Media TV Experiment: Current TV’s “Bar Karma,” the first community-developed television series
Hosted at the Art & Culture Hub at Hearst

WEDNESDAY

Building Hyperlocal at Scale: An Interview with Patch Editor-in-Chief, Brian Farnham, Hosted by AOL
Hosted at the People & Society Hub at The Paley Center for Media

Keynote with John Winsor Followed by The Power of Collaboration and Sharing Panel
Hosted at the Business, Media & Communications Hub at JWT

Freddie Laker Head of Digital Strategy in Asia for Sapient Nitro/ “Social Media Across the Pond”
Hosted at the Art & Culture Hub at Hearst

WikiLeaks and Online Civil Disobedience, Hosted by Personal Democracy Forum
Hosted at the Art & Culture Hub at Hearst

The Rise of the Movement Entrepreneur, Hosted by Purpose
Hosted at the People & Society Hub at The Paley Center for Media

Celebrity Spokesperson in The Digital Age, Hosted by Hearst
Hosted at the Art & Culture Hub at Hearst

Valuing New Media Companies vs. Old(er) Media Companies
Hosted at the People & Society Hub at The Paley Center for Media

Mobile Technology and the New Live Music Experience, Hosted by Spin Media
Hosted at the Science and Technology Hub at Red Bull

The Social Web – Have We Arrived?, Breakfast Hosted by Meebo
Hosted at the Business, Media & Communications Hub at JWT

YouTube as the New Campfire, Hosted by YouTube
Hosted at the Business, Media & Communications Hub at JWT

THURSDAY

Creative Storytelling in the Digital Age: A Roundtable Debate with the Ad Industries Top Creative Professionals, Hosted by YouTube
Hosted at the Business, Media & Communications Hub at JWT

Keynote Presentations by Author of The Art of Immersion Frank Rose and Author of Curation Nation Steve Rosenbaum
Hosted at the Business, Media & Communications Hub at JWT

Guided by Voices…The Changing Face of Music Discovery, Hosted by Spin Media
Hosted at the Entertainment, Gaming & Sports Hub at Red Bull

FRIDAY

Open Government and The Transformation of New York City’s Digital Environment
Hosted at the People & Society Hub at The Paley Center for Media

Almost Good Enough to Eat: Food Communities and Social Media, Presented by AOL
Hosted at the Art & Culture Hub at Hearst

Keynote interview with author of Program or be Programmed, Douglas Rushkoff with Erick Schonfeld followed by a Keynote Presentation by Josh Harris, Producer of the Wired City
Hosted at the Science and Technology Hub at Google

Hot in Cleveland, Hosted by TV Land
Hosted at the Art & Culture Hub at Hearst

Nonprofits Using Social Media to Close Doors…For Good, Hosted by Scott Case of Malaria No More
Hosted at the People & Society Hub at The Paley Center for Media

Uses of Technology from a Crisis Response and Education Perspective, Hosted by Google
Hosted at the Science and Technology Hub at Google

Building Brand Advocacy Among Women Using Social Media, Followed by Closing Keynote Bonin Bough, Global Director of Digital and Social Media
Hosted at the Business, Media & Communications Hub at JWT


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