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Thursday, May 15, 2008

SBCC Mobile Media Summit

This looks like a good event at SBCC -- thought I'd pass it along


SBCC's Mobile Media Summit


WHAT: The Mobile Media Summit provides a unique look into the expanding field of wireless technology and offers ways for you to engage in this modern media.

WHO: Professionals aspiring to work in mobile media and businesses seeking qualified candidates to accelerate their organizations.

Also in attendance: Keynote speaker - Apple's Solution Architect, Frank Callaham. Experts in Mobile Media Technology, like Electronic Arts, Patrick Verrone - Writers Guild Association President, Salesforce.com, MojoBaby.com, and educators from SBCC's Mobile Media Institute.

WHERE: Santa Barbara City College, Fe Bland Forum on West Campus

WHEN: Friday, May 16, 2008 from 4-7pm

WHY: Learn about emerging mobile media technology, network with industry leaders and innovators, and enjoy appetizers, drinks and music.

This event is Free and Open to the Public.

FOR MORE INFO:

Website: mmi.sbcc.edu
Contact: Stephen DaVega, 805-965-0581 x3570, davega@sbcc.edu
Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/user/MMISoma

ABOUT THE MOBILE MEDIA INSTITUTE
The Mobile Media Summit is hosted by the MMI, which is the only publicly funded educational organization in California providing wireless media courses and training that focuses on teaching concepts and development skills for producing mobile content and applications. Committed to developing alliances with leaders and innovators in the mobile industry, the MMI provides students, local entrepreneurs and businesses with the skills and technological resources to keep California at the cutting edge of mobile media.

1 Comments:

Anonymous I (heart) SBCC too said...

SBCC again is doing a fine job getting people employed in good jobs. This conference is just one more example of what they provide this community. And always have.

C'mon Travis, SBCC does a lot more here locally than you give them credit for.

5/16/2008 10:29 AM  

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