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The Media Management Association (MMA) organizes an annual Alumni Mixer each spring.
The Media & Entertainment Committee of the Columbia Business School Alumni Club of New York is very active in planning social events as well as media-focused panels such as:
- Social Media & Financial Services: What's Next?
- Leveraging Social Media for Business Success: Finding Your Voice and Connecting with Your Community
- 5 Leaders in Multicultural Digital Marketing
- Multi-University Entertainment Media and Technology Happy Hour
- TV Any-Time, Any-Where: The Evolving Multi-Platform Media Landscape
- Afternoon Tea With Professor Ava Seave & Amy Binder: How Social Media Is Changing the Game
- Entertainment, Media and Technology Networking Event
- Publishing in the Age of E-Books
- Private Equity Investing In Business Information & Media Companies
- Social TV: The Low-Down, the Landscape... and a Look Ahead
- Mr. Leo Hindery Jr.: Private Equity in Media, Telecom & Entertainment
- NBA Super Agent David Falk on Success Off the Court
Digital Media MBA is a networking group for MBA's working or interested in digital media and technology. Monthly happy hour events are held in rotating locations in downtown Manhattan, each featuring an invited guest to share his/her background and industry insights. Digital Media MBA is organized by Adjunct Professor Jeremy Kagan '98 and Doug Herman '99.
Mark Thompson, President & CEO, The New York Times Company (by invitation only)
John Sykes, President, Clear Channel Entertainment Enterprises (by invitation only)
Mentoring breakfast with Alan Stein '05, Global Head of Advertising Technology, Media Services, Google (by invitation only)
New York City Media Seminar Series: Tamas David-Barrett (Oxford University)
John Skipper, President, ESPN & Co-Chairman, Disney Media Networks, shares his insights into how to succeed in the media business.
NYC Media Seminars
Linking economists working on media topics in the greater New York area by providing a regular forum for discussion.
Miklos on Media: Featured Blog
Movie Piracy & Innovation Studios have long claimed that piracy "kills" innovation, which will ultimately hurt consumers. A new paper may suggest otherwise.