Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Google for Media NYC Summit 2014

The Society for Professional Journalists, the Online News Association,
the National Association of Hispanic Journalists, the National Association of Black Journalists, the Asian American Journalist Association, 
the International Center for Journalists and Google presented
a two day-long summit featuring talks by industry leaders, demos
and hands-on workshops with Google product experts.

Day 1 Agenda
Included a Keynote by James Robinson of the New York Times,
panels, workshops on Mobile Journalism, advanced Google Earth
Tours for TV and Video, Security issues from phishing to firewalls.

Journalists, Miyuki Inoue, Ashai Shimbun  
and Rhonda Shearer, iMediaEthics were among the attendees.

Day 2 Agenda
You Tube Strategies for New Partners,
You Tube Monetization and Analytics,
Google+101, Live Streaming on You Tube

Google+ allows you to connect directly with people 
who are searching for your content. You can start conversations
with your audience by sharing and commenting, using Google+

You Tube Monetization and Analytics

Valerie Streit on You Tube Strategies for Audience Development. 

Thank you Google for Media Summit.

Thursday, July 24, 2014

MyersBizNet "Upfront Wrap Party"

 leading Media cooperative identifies creative partnership
opportunities among their member companies and facilitates
new relationships. They evaluate a customer's changing needs 
 tracking businesses perceptions, communicating values and offers, 
they recruit technologically astute and diverse young
people for your teams as needed.


Joan Lavis, CFO of BRIGHTLINE.TV and Jack Myers,
Chairman Media Ecologist, MyersBizNet.

The Upfront Wrap Soiree took place at Humphrey's
839 Sixth Avenue, New York.

Jacqueline Corbelli (right), Founder, Chairman, CEO and staff

Olga Tomash and myself

Christie Allen, Director Member Services

Jack, Olga and Martin

Mekalia Reid ESQ. and Tommy Def Jam

Ron Mwangaguhunga, contributing writer Magnet Media and
Jan Joroff CEO, Joroff Associates.

Jack and Christie

Thanks Jack!

Tuesday, July 22, 2014


BIG APPS NYC 2014 held it's annual competition 
that empowers the sharpest minds to solve NYC's toughest 
challenges through technology, data and collaboration.

Industry City, an iconic, historic and prominent collection
of classic warehouse structures, 274 36th street, Brooklyn, NY.

And the Winners are, HEAT SEEK NYC.
Their mission is to keep the heat on for New York City
residents during the coldest months of the year.

Through their innovative affordable approach they
created a scalable sensor network, that periodically transmits 
ambient temperature data securely via WiFi.
Using this data, they can automatically detect heating code 
violations in real time.

Heat Seek NYC empowers tenants and their advocates
to act on heating code violations in housing court.
By making Heat Seek NYC a common presence in apartments
across NYC, they aim to deter heating code violations altogether.

Ideal Coil's, Laurant Delly Founder, 

Price-Mars Delly, Co-Founder and Ms. Delly.

Jack's Slider's and Sushi was delicious!