Get your 2010 calendars ready: the International Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences and the Mayor’s Office of Film, Theatre and Broadcasting today announced the dates for next year’s Internet Week. The event will kick off on June 7, 2010, culminating with the 14th Annual Webby Awards on June 14.
Other companies like YouTube, Yelp, Digg, Time Warner, Digitas, CollegeHumor and Microsoft also participated in panels, exhibits, screenings and networking events that attracted big name media types like IAC‘s Barry Diller, Rupert Murdoch, Martha Stewart and Twitter founders Jack Dorsey and Biz Stone. What will next year bring?
- Vice's Correspondent Confidential Reveals Journalists' Untold Stories
- Time Inc.'s New Chief Content Officer on Native Advertising and TMZ
- Norman Pearlstine on Why Editors Should Report to the Business Side
- PR and Media Pros Gather for AirPR and talkTech Happy Hour