Bill Sobel and his NY: MIEG (New York Information Exchange Group) knows how to put on great events for 3 reasons:
1) Bill is connected. The diversity of participants across all media make for a more well-rounded and relevant conversation.
2) Bill is a Content Guy. You can't beat today's program called "Shifting the Paradigm: Young Women with Cool Jobs Making a Difference in Digital Media and beyond."
3) Bill is well defined. Katherine Oliver, Commissioner of NYC Mayor's Office of Film, Theatre & Broadcasting used these 5 words about Bill (in honor of next week's Webby Awards' speech etiquette), "You Are An Adorable Geek" and "Thanks For What You Do."
The presentation was helpful and relevant with deep dives into the "Great Convergence" of Story, Experience, and Branding across Media/Content/People.
Here is a related Business Week coverage of Men versus Women online - Women (will) Rule the Social Media Gender Gap ... Women are more social than men. Grunt.
Natali Del Conte - senior editor for CNET TV
Allison Mooney - Senior Director/Mobile Insights for Next Great Thing (NGT), a division of Fleishman-Hillard (pictured above)
Kelly Hefner - Executive Producer at WEtv
Mindy Spire - Director Sales Development at World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. (WWE)
Romina Rosado - Global Head of Marketing at The NewsMarket
Natalie, CNet (CBS), gives this event and Internet Week NY a few mentions on Loaded...