Thursday, April 3, 2008

ACTLab Lecture Series: Music, TV and Film on the Internet

For those of you that reside in Austin, Texas, starting tomorrow (Friday) and for the next two Fridays following, I will be participating in the ACTLab Lecture Series. I will be giving tag team talks with my colleagues on what's going on in the world of the Internet.

This week the topic is:

Music, TV and Film on the Internet
Have you ever wondered how the media landscape washed into the Internet Sea? In this lecture/seminar we will look at the current state of MTF on the Internet and how technology is changing the way industry, consumers and content creators deal with distribution and consumption.

I will be covering the top ten things happening right now that you should know about.

Friday, April 4th, 6:30pm in the ACTLab, CMB Studio 4B on the UT campus on Dean Keaton and Guadalupe, across from Madam Mam's. There is a pay parking lot next to Madam Mam's and a garage behind that.

I hope to see you there!

For those of you not residing in Austin, Texas, I will put the videos of the talks on the ACTLab Ringlight share as they're available.

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