Monthly Archives: January 2013
Kevin Price’s column from the Huffington Post:
New media is hardly a “new thing,” yet events like the NMX Expo (January 5 to 8, 2013 in Las Vegas, NV) continue to attract huge numbers as they seek to learn and understand all the opportunities available in new media. In particular, discovering how these media converge is paramount.
NMX is the largest conference in the world geared specifically to bloggers, podcasters, web TV content creators, social media enthusiasts and, according to its website, “all new media content creators.” What may be most crucial in regards to the event is that NMX helps people to understand how these media can support one another. Also, according to the site, “Besides learning from the very best speakers and educators in their respective fields, NMX is also THE place for everyone in new media, from beginners to seasoned veterans, to network, share ideas and take their online content to new heights.”
For a little bit of its history, Co-Founders Rick Calvert and Dave Cynkin began NMX (formerly BlogWorld & New Media Expo) in 2007 as a way to bring the content creator community together for networking and sharing ideas with other like-minded people in new media. In recent years it has become a way for those in business to learn how to better leverage… (read more)