Two more days to RSVP, guys! Join us on Wednesday, May 23 at the Edmunds headquarters in Santa Monica. We’re showcasing three panelists and
grilling them asking them questions about social TV and what’s going on in the world of social media, content creators, traditional tv news, and entertainment.
Scroll down and learn more about our next panelist – Stephanie Piche of MingleMediaTV!
Stephanie is serial entrepreneur, marketing strategist and new media producer. She has over 20 years experience in new media, producing, publishing and technology marketing as well as a deep experience in social media for content creators and publishers. She is the founder and Executive Producer of Mingle Media TV Network, an online media and digital web TV network company producing and curating over 200 live and produced web series from in lifestyle and celebrity genres to science fiction and dramatic entertainment programming.
Stephanie has led over 35 successful new media, ecommerce and mobile technology product launches. She has received the Presidents Club award from IBM, Under the Radar Audience Choice Award, Mom’s Choice Award 2009 for online video content, Listed in the Top 50 Tweeples on Twitter; founder/president of a NY National Association of Female Executives (NAFE) chapter, founder/president of the itSMF Portland chapter; and industry speaker: WITI, Silicon Valley Marketing Group, Int’l Newspaper conferences, Panelist at 2009-2011 Digital Hollywood Conferences, Featured Pro Web TV Workshop Pro Panel Series, panelist in 2010-2011 at the following industry events: LAWebFest, Digiday Video Upfronts LA, Beverly Hills Film Festival, and New Media Film Festival speaking on monetization and social networking of online video. Mingle Media TV is also a sponsor of the Audience Choice Awards category in the New Media Film Festival for web series creators.
Chris here. Has this whet your interest? It has for me! Social TV (and Web TV) has changed in the past couple of years. I’ve always wondered about the monetization. Join us on Wednesday and throw in your questions to us and we’ll get them to our panelists! A few questions to start the conversation on Wednesday (and please join in with your own!):
- About Castle Siege and other shows that are on MMTV – how do you decide what goes on the network and what doesn’t pass muster?
- Can you tell us about a successful social campaign for one of the shows you manage/house?
- Why did you start MingleMediaTV?
- You don’t have to answer this exactly, but newbies-to-webTV-series like me are curious – show me the money. Is the trade-off getting air time on the web? Couldn’t I just put my show on YouTube and sell it for 99-cents on iTunes and create a social media plan for my show?
Drop by this Wednesday and ask your own questions to our panel! You know you’re tired of hearing me blab on and ask questionable questions. Let’s go! See you there!