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Seminar: ANTI-Social Media: What Not to Do in Web 2.0 | 2009-Feb-26

WNG Seminar Event

"ANTI-Social Media: What Not to Do in Web 2.0"

News Release: February 26, 2009

On Thursday, February 26, 2009, the Washington Network Group convened this seminar for WNG Members and non-member guests. This event was organized under the auspices of the WNG Communications Roundtable, and featured a lively presentation by Tee Morris of Imagine That! Studios, and author of Podcasting for Dummies, All a Twitter, and "Behind the Mic" at Blogger & Podcaster magazine. The event was attended by approximately 115 people. To see our original invitation, click here.


"I attended the Web 2.0 seminar and loved it."

  - Communications Consultant, Aon Consulting

"Great seminar yesterday, certainly stirred up conversation afterward, people hung around for an hour after."

  - Non-member registrant

Event Sponsor:

This event was generously hosted by Merrill Lynch. For more information about sponsorship opportunities with the WNG: click here

Media Partner:

The WNG is pleased to have Capitol Communicator as a media partner for our Communications Roundtable events. Dedicated to bringing together the vast spectrum of communications professionals who influence and educate the Mid-Atlantic region and the world - by providing news; trends; education; and opportunities for networking, career enhancement and showcasing great work - the Capitol Communicator serves as a resource to the region's communications community.

Our Venue:

This event was held at Merrill Lynch Conference Center, located at 1152 Fifteenth Street, NW, in Washington, D.C.

Questions: Contact the WNG Office

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