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PROMAX&BDA 2005 To Kick-Off TuesdayMarquee exhibitors and newly added speakers promise a stellar agenda (June 20, 2005)
As PROMAX&BDA opens its doors this week, the annual conference will play host to an unparalleled lineup of exhibitors, speakers and sessions. PROMAX&BDA has confirmed such distinguished organizations as Yahoo!, Apple, Direct TV, FX Group, Paramount, Tribune Entertainment, Quantel, Adobe Systems, MEGATRAX and Stephen Arnold Music, all of which are slated to set up suites and/or exhibit at the New Yorks Marriott Marquis, June 21-23.
The ultra-contemporary exhibit floor which is located on the hotels 5th floor has been produced by Larry Abel Design and will feature a network café with complimentary Internet access sponsored by Yahoo! Direct TV will host a job center on the exhibit floor, while TV Guide is sponsoring the lunch and coffee breaks at the conference.
PROMAX&BDA 2005 will also play host to the affiliate workshops of NBC, ABC, Scripps Howard, Paramount Television, Clear Channel Television, CBS Affiliates and Discovery Creative Services, as they use the forum to discuss programming launch plans and upcoming promo campaigns.
?We are thrilled to have such an esteemed contingency of companies exhibiting and having their workshops at this years conference, said Jim Chabin, CEO of PROMAX&BDA. ?We are looking forward to providing a platform where our members can meet, network, share ideas and take home what theyve learned and apply to their own departments.
CNN senior analyst Jeff Greenfield has been added to the conferences impressive roster of speakers, which also includes Ted Koppel, Jeff Zucker, Anne Sweeney, Deepak Chopra, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Ron Reagan, EAs Bing Gordon, Microsofts J Allard, and G4s Charles Hirschhorn. Greenfield will present the Television Century Award to Pat Mitchell on Thursday, June 23 at 2:30 p.m. in the Broadway Ballroom of the Marriott Marquis.
Journalists may register for press badges at the Marriott Marquis Times Square Room, 7th Floor beginning Tuesday, June 21 at 8:00 a.m.
PROMAX&BDA is a global, non-profit association dedicated to advancing the role and effectiveness of promotion, marketing and broadcast design professionals in the electronic media.
For further information, please visit, http://www.promax.tv.
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