NCME's Expert Speak Webinar with Shane Guiter

Posted on February 29, 2012

The National Center for Media Engagement (NCME) is thrilled to introduce the Expert Speak webinar series, bringing you some of public media's most innovative thinkers and new ideas.

  

From more ways to share content to tighter budgets, there’s no doubt the public media landscape is evolving. So, how can stations take advantage of new opportunities? Shane Guiter invites your station to start thinking like a start-up.

Join NCME's first-ever Expert Speak webinar Wednesday, February 29 at 11AM PT / 2PM ET featuring Shane Guiterdirector of development at KLRU-TV in Austin. Drawing lessons from successful companies like Apple and Google, Shane will talk about ways stations can examine their culture, engage their communities and transform the way they do business. This popular presentation recently premiered at NETA’s conference, and NCME is excited to provide an opportunity to hear it live and ask questions ­– during the webinar and in a special after show Twitter chat. Click here to learn more and register today!

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