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Today Only! Discounted Tix To Mediabistro Circus

mbcircus.pngWe have ten discounted tickets for Mediabistro Circus only available for FishbowlNY readers!

Click here to register, use the promo code FBNY245 and score a ticket to the Circus for only $245. But don’t wait, because this offer expires at close of business May 28 or when tickets run out (and we only have ten), whichever comes first.

If you haven’t already picked up a ticket to the two-day conference, you are probably on the fence about whether there will be anything interesting there for you to see and learn. Well, there will be. Promise.

Mediabistro Circus will kick off Tuesday, June 2 with a presentation about self-promotion by Tim Ferriss, the author of the best seller “The 4-Hour Workweek.” In today’s difficult job climate, its more important than ever for journalists (employed or otherwise), freelance writers, bloggers and authors to use all the tools available to them to promote themselves and their work.

And if that doesn’t grab your attention, perhaps you will enjoy the panel called “Strange Bedfellows: The [New] Media Deal,” featuring Chuck Cordray and Tom Smith from Hearst‘s Digital Media side and NYmag.com‘s general manager Michael Silberman, moderated by FBNY managing editor Rebecca L. Fox.

And of course, on Wednesday afternoon there will be a performance by Cirque du Soleil.

If you want to take part in fun, its not too late, but you have to act fast. Register now!

Portfolio.com Media Blogger Moving On

Jeff-Bercovici.jpgEarlier this month, we noticed that Portfolio.com media blogger Jeff Bercovici had posted an item on NYMag.com‘s Daily Intel shortly after the Condé Nast business magazine folded.

Since then, we’ve spotted Bercovici’s byline on a handful of Daily Intel posts, including one yesterday discussing a meeting between Rolling Stone owner Jann Wenner and Condé exec David Carey. So we wondered, is Bercovici seeking a permanent spot at NYmag.com?

No, Bercovici told FishbowlNY, “I don’t have any formal arrangement to write for Daily Intel on a regular basis — I just happened to have a string of ideas that worked for them.”

Nor is Bercovici returning to his old stomping grounds, Portfolio.com, which will soon be resurrected by American City Business Journals. However, he has signed on for a new job that he’s keeping under wraps until next month. Rest assured, we will be staying on top of his next move.

Update: It looks like Bercovici will be covering the media industry for DailyFinance.com starting June 1.

Portfolio.com Media Blogger Writes for NYMag.com

Jeff-Bercovici.jpgLast night, former Portfolio.com Mixed Media blogger Jeff Bercovici had a byline on a post NYMag.com‘s Daily Intel. We emailed Jeff to find out if he was becoming a regular contributor.

“Thanks for noticing. I’d certainly love to do some more writing for them, but there’s no formal arrangement as yet. Just keeping my pen sharp.”

NYMag.com Partners With StreetEasy.com

This is definitely an interesting to time up your involvement in the real estate game, though one supposes that New Yorkers are always up for a new deal where real estate is concerned no matter the economy.

NYMag.com has announced that it has partnered with StreetEasy.com. “Nymag.com users can now search StreetEasy’s vast database of available homes directly from nymag.com’s real estate page at nymag.com/realestateNymag.com users can now search StreetEasy’s vast database of available homes directly from nymag.com’s real estate page at nymag.com/realestate…StreetEasy offers real estate listings data, drawing on multiple data sources including brokerage websites and municipal records, and the listings are searchable by neighborhood, price, number of bedrooms, open houses, and much more.” Full release after the jump.

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