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Path Interactive to Participate in Social Media Week #smwny #smw12

Joe Rega February 15, 2012 Category Agency News Press Room

It’s Social Media Week in NYC as well as a number of cities through out the world.

This coming Thursday night, February 16, 2012, our own Ruben Quinones, Director of Social Media WEekNew Media at Path Interactive, will be participating  on a Social Media Week panel in New York City called The Interplay of Sports, Business, and Social Media.

Host:       Wix.com
Location:  Wix Lounge, 10 West 18th Street, 2nd Floor
Day:          Thursday, February 16 2012
Time:        6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

 

 

Panelists include

  • Russell Scibetti (@rscibetti), of the New York Jets – MODERATOR
  • Justin Kadis (@jkadis) of FanBridge
  • Tziona Katz (@kittykatzzz) of Madison Square Garden (MSG Media)
  • Ruben Quinones @rubenq of Path Interactive
  • Bob Troia @bobtroia of Affinitive
  • Anthony Caponiti @caponiti of Activ8Social

Attendees involved or interested in sports, marketing, social media, digital marketing would most benefit from this event.

Topics will include the role of sports in social media, social metrics, monetizing of social properties and case examples.

Register via EventBrite or register on the Social Media Week NYC website.

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