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SIGNAL: CHICAGO

Federated Media Publishing

Tuesday, September 20, 2011 from 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM (CDT)

SIGNAL: CHICAGO

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SIGNAL CHICAGO

The Marketing in Realtime Conversation

Confirmed Speakers include:

Jen Bekman, Founder, 20x200
Deanna Brown, CEO, Federated Media
Charlie Chappell, Global Digital Leader, P&G Beauty & Grooming
Perry Evans, Founder & CEO, Closely, Inc.
Sean Finnegan
Gian Fulgoni, Executive Chairman & Co-founder, comScore
James Gross, Co-founder, Percolate
George Kliavkoff, CEO, Manilla
Richard Kosinski, SVP Sales, Quantcast
Scott Kurnit, Founder & CEO, AdKeeper
Bob Lisbonne, CEO, Luminate
Kim Luegers, Director of Mobile Marketing, Pandora
Andrew Mason, CEO, Groupon
Yusuf Mehdi, SVP Online Audience Business, Microsoft
Wenda Harris Millard, President & COO, MediaLink LLC
Neal Mohan, VP of Product, Google
Keary Phillips, Senior Manager, Allstate Internet Acquisition Programs & DRTV
Brad Rencher, SVP & General Manager, Omniture Business Unit, Adobe Systems
Cyriac Roeding, Co-founder & CEO, shopkick
John Ross, CEO, Shopper Sciences
Pete Spande, Chief Marketing Officer, Federated Media
Robert Stephens, CTO of Best Buy & Founder of the Geek Squad
Todd Vernon, CEO, Lijit Networks
Tony Weisman, President, Digitas Boston-Chicago-Detroit Region
Bill Wise, CEO, MediaBank


HOSTED AND CURATED BY:
John Battelle, Executive Chairman, FEDERATED MEDIA

This event will highlight the innovation of Chicago's marketing and technology community. The third in a series of FM conferences this year, the Signal series brings together senior level executives in a  forum of rapid-fire presentations and conversations.

The theme for this first-ever Chicago event is Marketing in Real Time - from "real time bidding" on new demand-side and exchange platforms to "real time messaging" of location-based services, marketing has time-shifted into the present tense. A new suite of tools and services have evolved which enable the marketer to have conversations with customers in real time, creating both business challenges and opportunities.

Signal: Chicago is a single day of In-depth one on one interviews, case study presentations, and intimate QAs that focus on campaigns, technologies and consumer experiences.

Please join leading agencies, marketers, platforms and entrepreneurs in a thought-provoking networking event you won't want to miss.

And,  a very special thanks to our sponsor partners who make all this rich
conversation and exploration possible:  BlackBerry, Adobe, Google, Quantcast, Pandora, Slideshare, Yahoo!, AOL, MobileRoadie, Pixazza, R2integrated, Spiceworks, and Ustream.

Have questions about SIGNAL: CHICAGO? Contact Federated Media Publishing
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W CHICAGO - LAKESHORE
644 North Lake Shore Drive
Chicago, IL 60611-3017

Tuesday, September 20, 2011 from 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM (CDT)


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Federated Media Publishing

Federated Media Publishing powers the Independent Web. We believe that the majority of meaningful engagements across digital media occur via high-quality independent sites and services. These sites leverage top digital talent to attract influential audiences who together create meaningful dialogue. Brands benefit from improved loyalty and increased sales when they become part of this authentic experience. Learn more at www.federatedmedia.net

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