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70+ Events in Business, Innovation and More

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Le Web Paris 2013 Conference on December 13, 2013
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The Mashable Events Board is a great place to find leading conferences in your industry, whether it’s advertising, technology, media or public relations. This week, we’re highlighting five events that we think can help move your career forward, from those in Boston to London. If you don’t find something that’s right for you, check out more than 60 events featured in our complete listing.

On the Events Board, you can sort listings by date added, get discount codes as a Mashable reader and watch videos of past events to get previews of what to expect. You can also follow @MashableEvents on Twitter to catch the best events before they sell out.


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Augmented World Expo: NY
Date: Mar. 25
Location: New York, N.Y.

Some of the most notable names in AR and Wearable tech will showcase their latest innovations at Augmented World Expo: NY including Metaio, Augmate, Flyby, Vuzix, Deloitte, Daqri and more. Enjoy exciting live demos and presentations by leading Smart Glasses, Wearables and Augmented Reality companies, Educational sessions and tutorials for developers and designers.


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Silicon Valley CrowdFunding Conference
Date: April 3 to 4
Location: Palo Alto, Calif.

We invite you to the 2nd annual Crowdfunding Conference which will bring together traditional private investors and crowdfunders. Crowdfunding Conference provides the participants with the unique opportunity to discuss current state of the industry, to learn from experts in venture capital, business angel and crowdfunding fields, to network and find new partnerships.


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Useful Business Analytics Summit
Date: June 10 to 11
Location: Boston, Mass.

The Useful Business Analytics Summit is a platform for corporate peers to meet and determine how analytics can improve business decision making. The focus will be on how to identify and analyze useful data, to get useful insights which can drive useful business decisions. Presenters will be exclusively corporate practitioners -professionals who are dedicating their careers to promoting and facilitating data driven decisions in their organizations.


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Engage London 2014
Date: April 30
Location: London

Socialbakers invites you to Engage London 2014, an international conference for social marketers, by social marketers. A day of exclusive insights, expert advice and interactive discussion, Engage is where the future of social marketing gets delivered.


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Innovation Forum 2014
Date: Mar. 27
Location: Berkeley, Calif.

How can you take your company’s innovative ideas to the next level? Join The Economist’s Innovation Forum for discussion and debate about the critical issues surrounding innovation and product development across industries. The fifth-annual conference will gather the country’s most respected experts to explore how to create and implement your company’s innovative ideas.



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40+ Events in 3D Printing, Entertainment Tech and More

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Mashable‘s Events Board is a great place to find the leading conferences in your industry — whether that’s advertising, technology, media or public relations. This week, we’re highlighting five events that we think can help move your career forward. Our picks below include events in New York, Chicago and London. If you don’t find something that’s a fit for you, you can check out more than 40 events in our complete listings.

On the Events Board, you can sort listings by date added, get discount codes for Mashable readers and, in some cases, watch a video of a past event so you can know what to expect. You can also follow our events account on Twitter so you’ll catch the best events before they sell out.


Inside Bitcoins
Date: July 30
Location: New Yorker, New York City

Virtual currencies are taking off, as platform and processing systems become more reliable and traditional merchants begin to adopt new forms of payment. The Inside Bitcoins conference and expo on July 30 will explore key issues including the future of currency, FinTech business trends, investment strategies and opportunities, and more. The program is designed to provide an overview of where the virtual currency industry is today and what business opportunities are on the horizon.


Inside 3D Printing Conference & Expo
Date: July 10 – July 11
Location: McCormick Place Convention Center, Chicago

Inside 3D Printing Conference & Expo has rapidly become the B2B tradeshow for the 3D printing industry. The recent New York City conference attracted more than 3,000 attendees and had significant 3D printing organizations as exhibitors, including 3D Systems, MakerBot, and Stratasys. The summer edition, programmed by Hod Lipson, takes place in Chicago. The program is geared to provide attendees with a strong foundation and understanding of where the 3D printing industry is today and what business opportunities are on the horizon.


Augmented Reality Summit (AR Summit)
Date: June 20
Location: Altitude London, London

Now in its 3rd year, the AR Summit, a one day conference & expo is set to return in 2013, providing a unique insight into the capabilities, innovations, successes and future direction of AR. This platform is designed to bring together the industry advocates, leading technology providers and innovative companies/brands looking to discover, explore and embrace the concepts AR brings.


Content Summit for PR, Social Media and Marketing Professionals
Date: June 24 – June 26
Location: Gleacher Center, Chicago

Master the most critical element in PR and marketing today: Content. 17 speakers will discuss the ROI of developing irresistible content, and how to get your staff excited about writing narratives that help employees and customers solve problems and share knowledge.

Mashable readers save $200 by using the code MASH12.


Entertainment Technology in the Internet Age
Date: June 18 – June 19
Location: Stanford Graduate School of Business, Knight Management Center, Stanford

Through a series of panel discussions and presentations, with ample opportunity for audience participation, the ETIA conference will examine topics within the areas of Internet-focused content creation, distribution, and monetization, as well as technical tools and solutions for shaping the user experience.



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Read more: http://mashable.com/2013/05/30/events-3d-printing-entertainment/

A Sneak Peek at This Year’s Exciting Media Summit

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Mashable Media Summit Speakers 2012

With less than one week until the Mashable Media Summit, tickets are selling out fast. Now’s your chance to purchase your ticket to learn about the hottest trends from the biggest leaders in media.

The Mashable Media Summit is a one-day conference that explores how new forms of technology are redefining media. The brightest minds in the industry will come together in a few days on Nov. 2 at The TimesCenter in New York City to explore the latest innovations in the space and the future of journalism. Get your tickets now.

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We’ll be hitting on the biggest trends in media and what to watch for in 2013. Here is some of what you can expect to hear about at the Mashable Media Summit:

  • Digital media trends to watch in 2013

  • How to monetize without hurting community

  • Demystifying data-driven journalism

  • Why social media sites are becoming publishers

  • The future of journalism could be drones

  • How mobile is changing media for the better

  • What you should be measuring with social analytics

  • How brands are outpacing publishers

  • The digital transformation of politics

  • How Facebook has reinvented the entertainment industry

Other influential speakers joining the summit include Alexis Ohanian, co-founder of Reddit, Kay M. Matadi, head of entertainment at Facebook, Bonita Stewart, vice president of Americas Partner Business Solutions at Google, David Carey, president at Hearst Magazines, Joan Walsh, editor-at-large at Salon, and Tom Bedecarre, CEO of AKQA.

You can view the agenda online, and check out the highlights below of last year’s sold out Mashable Media Summit. Get your tickets now before it’s too late!

Explore HBO’s ‘Silicon Valley’ at Mashable House SXSWi

Mashable and HBO are teaming up to create an immersive experience based on HBO’s new show Silicon Valley.

Located in the Mashable House, the Silicon Valley Lounge draws inspiration from Hooli, a fictional Internet giant featured in the show. The lounge will feature a juice bar with fresh juice from Daily Greens, charging stations to juice your phone, nap pods and show paraphernalia.

Silicon Valley is a satire of startup culture, by Mike Judge, creator of Beavis & Butt-Head and Office Space. The show follows a hacker named Richard who’s trying make it big in the tech world with a program he created. During his humorous journey he lives in incubators, deals with fanatical venture capitalists and navigates the Silicon Valley lifestyle.

The Mashable House will also feature a wrecking ball for selfies, Grumpy Cat, a mobile art gallery and a secret Easter egg. From one-of-a-kind photo opps to immersive experiences, the Mashable House is sure to be a hot spot at SXSWi.

Silicon Valley will air on April 6 on HBO.

Follow @MashableEvents for Mashable SXSWi updates.

Event Details:

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Mashable House
Dates: March 7-9
Time: 11 a.m.-5 p.m. daily
Location: 305 E 5th St, Austin, TX 78701
Eventbrite: RSVP
Hashtag: #MashSXSW

Read more: http://mashable.com/2014/03/04/mashable-house-silicon-valley-hbo/

Learn How Hispanics Are Transforming Media

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David Beck, head of social media at Univision Communications Inc., joins the Mashable Media Summit to discuss Hispanics’ role in transforming the media landscape. Univision has created cross-platform social integrations that helped drive content discovery for this fast-growing and influential demographic.

This Friday, Nov. 30 at The TimesCenter in NYC, Beck will discuss this and other social media efforts that have increased engagement across Univision’s audience.

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The Mashable Media Summit is a one-day conference that explores how new forms of technology are redefining media. The brightest minds in the industry will come together in a few days on Nov. 30 at The TimesCenter in New York City to explore the latest innovations in the space and the future of journalism.

With only a handful of seats available for the Mashable Media Summit, today could be your last chance to get your ticket.

We’ll be hitting on the biggest trends in media and what to watch for in 2013. Here is some of what you can expect to hear about at the Mashable Media Summit:

  • Digital media trends to watch in 2013

  • How to monetize without hurting community

  • Demystifying data-driven journalism

  • Why social media sites are becoming publishers

  • The future of journalism could be drones

  • How mobile is changing media for the better

  • What you should be measuring with social analytics

  • Brands, publishers and the new media divide

  • The digital transformation of politics

  • How Facebook has reinvented the entertainment industry

Other influential speakers joining the summit include Alexis Ohanian, co-founder of Reddit, Kay M. Matadi, head of entertainment at Facebook, Bonita Stewart, vice president of Americas Partner Business Solutions at Google, David Carey, president at Hearst Magazines, and Tom Bedecarre, CEO of AKQA.

You can view the agenda online, and check out the highlights below of last year’s sold out Mashable Media Summit. Get your tickets now before it’s too late!

30 Inspiring Sessions From Digital World-Changers

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This year’s Social Good Summit will be a must-attend event during UN Week in New York City. UN Week kicks off Saturday, Sept. 22, when the Social Good Summit will begin a three-day event at the 92Y, bringing together some of the biggest names and brightest minds in technology and social good.

From Saturday, Sept. 22 to Monday, Sept. 24, the conference will be full of onstage programming with premiere speakers, including Forest Whitaker, Mira Sorvino, Allyson Felix and Nick Kristof. Plus, attendees will enjoy tons of networking opportunities and a Sunday evening reception full of surprises.

We’ve just released the agenda for this three-day conference taking place at the 92Y in New York City from Sept. 22-24. We will be adding more amazing names and compelling sessions, so stay tuned. We are just days away from the summit, so get your tickets today!

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Saturday, Sept. 22, 1 p.m. – 5 p.m.

    The State of Social Good

  • Pete Cashmore, CEO & Founder, Mashable

  • Sol Adler, Executive Director, 92Y

  • Hans Vestberg, CEO, Ericsson

The World In 2015: Millenium Development Goals

  • Pete Cashmore, CEO & Founder, Mashable

  • Helen Clark, Administrator, United Nations Development Programme

  • Kathy Calvin, CEO, United Nations Foundation

How Google Earth Is Changing the World

  • Rebecca Moore, Engineering Manager, Google Earth Outreach & Earth Engine Google, Inc.

How Digital Is Redefining Diplomacy

  • Victoria Esser, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Digital Strategy, U. S. State Department

  • Ambassador Dino Patti Djalal, Ambassador of the Republic of Indonesia to the United States of America

  • Ambassador Arturo Sarukhan, Mexican Ambassador to the United States

  • Chrystia Freeland, Digital Editor, Thomson Reuters

  • Charles Ray, Former U.S. Ambassador to Zimbabwe

Can Mobile Phones Eliminate Pediatric AIDS?

  • Josh Nesbit, CEO, Medic Mobile

  • Anu Gupta, Director in Corporate Contributions, Johnson & Johnson

  • Robert Fabricant, Vice President of Creative, Frog Design

Wrestling Malaria: Uniting Fans Online & Offline for Social Good

  • Stephanie McMahon, Executive Vice President of Creative, World Wrestling Entertainment

  • Elizabeth Gore, Vice President of Global Partnerships, United Nations Foundation

Ocean Conservation In The Digital Age

  • Fabien Cousteau, Ocean Producer, Founder & Executive Director, Plant-A-Fish

  • Sylvia Earle, Explorer-In-Residence, National Geographic

Disappearing Degrees of Separation: Creating Community Connections

  • Mike Fogarty, Global SVP & Board Member, BabyCenter LLC

  • Sophie Blackall, Illustrator & Artist

  • Kristin van Ogtrop, Managing Editor, Real Simple

  • Devi Thomas, Director of Shot@Life Campaign, United Nations Foundation

Unleashing The Power Of Open Innovation In Government

  • Todd Park, U.S. Chief Technology Officer, The White House

Project Diaspora: Africa’s Technology Renaissance

  • TMS “Teddy” Ruge, Co-Founder, Project Diaspora

  • Kris Balderston, Special Representative for Global Partnerships, Office of the Secretary of State, Global Partnership Initiative

  • Zoe Fox, Reporter, Mashable

How Millennials Will Save The World

  • Adora Svitak, Author, Teacher, Speaker & Activist

What Jefferson & Tocqueville Would Think About Twitter: Social Media, Philosophy & ‘The Good Life’

  • Rob Reich, Associate Professor, Co-Director of the Center on Philanthropy & Civil Society, Director of the Program on Ethics in Society, Stanford University

8-Year-Old YouTube Sensation: Musical Performance & Inspiration

  • JD Malkin, Youth Ambassador, Save the Children

Sunday, Sept. 23, 1 p.m. – 9 p.m.

Global Sustainability in the 21st Century

  • Dr. Gro Brundtland, Former Prime Minister, Norway

Drones, Digital & #OWS

  • Tim Pool, Independent Journalist

  • Digital Activism: On the Frontlines of the Arab Spring

    • Ramy Raoof, Egyptian Blogger & Human Rights Defender

    Jan Karski’s Legacy: Preventing Genocide in the Digital Age

    • W?odzimierz Cimoszewicz, Former Prime Minister of Poland

    Digital Tracking for Human Trafficking

    • Ambassador Luis CdeBaca, Ambassador-at-Large, Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons, Department of State

    • Alison Friedman, Senior Coordinator for Public Engagement, Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons, Department of State

    • Justin Dillon, Executive Director, Slavery Footprint

    Shrinking the “Digital Divide”: The Future of Mobile

    • Larry Irving, Co-Founder, Mobile Alliance for Global Good

    Using Mapping Technology to End Polio

    • Nicole Newnham, Documentary Film Maker & Writer, The Revolutionary Optimists

    • Sherine Guirguis, Communications Specialist, UNICEF

    • Linord Moudou, Anchor & Reporter, Voice of America

    Climate & Energy: The Next Digital Frontier

    • Special Video Message from Al Gore

    • Maggie L. Fox, President & CEO, Climate Reality Project

    • Senator Tim Wirth, President, United Nations Foundation & Better World Fund

    • Alex Fitzpatrick, Reporter, Mashable

    Digital Disaster Relief

    • Wendy Harmon, Director of Social Strategy, American Red Cross

    • David Kobia, Director of Technology Development, Ushahidi

    • Samantha Murphy, Reporter, Mashable

    The Next Generation of Social Good

    • Babatunde Osotimehin, Executive Director, UNFPA

    Embracing Technology to Foster Peace

    • Forest Whitaker, Artist & UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador

    • Jeffrey Sachs, Director, The Earth Institute at Columbia University & Special Advisor to the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki Moon

    • Hans Vestberg, President & CEO, Ericsson

    Special Musical Performance

    • Apple Juice Kid & Pierce Freelon

    Developing Technology for the Developing World

    • Dr Raj Shah, Administrator, USAID

    • Mira Sorvino’s Fight Against Human Trafficking

      • Mira Sorvino, Academy Award Winning Actress & UN Goodwill Ambassador to Combat Human Trafficking

      • Laurie Bolthouse, Producer, Trade of Innocents

      Monday, Sept. 24, 11:00 a.m. – 5 p.m.

      Commit to ACT: Achieving Cyber-security Together

      • Janet Napolitano, Secretary, United States Department of Homeland Security

      • Moira Forbes, President & Publisher, ForbesWoman

      The Global Conversation: Bringing Voices From Around the World to New York

      Designed To Move: A Physical Activity Action Agenda

      • Allyson Felix, Olympic Gold Medalist

      • Charlie Denson, President, NIKE Brand

      Social Gaming for Good

      • Nick Kristof, Columnist & Two-Time Pulitzer Prize Winner, The New York Times

      • Asi Burak, Co-President, Games for Change

      • Morra Aarons-Mele, Founder, Women Online & The Mission List

      Doing Well By Doing Good: How Corporations & NGO’s Are Coming Together for Social Impact

      • Kyle Peterson, Managing Director, FSG

      • Neal Keny – Guyer, CEO, Mercy Corps

      • Martyn Parker, Chairman of Global Partnerships, Swiss Re

      Going Viral With Philanthropy

      • Scott Heiferman, Co-Founder & CEO, Meetup

      Women Editors Take On the Intersection of Print, Digital & Social Good

      • Catherine Sharick, Managing Editor, TIME

      • Elizabeth Gore, Vice President of Global Partnerships, United Nations Foundation

      • Alanna Stang, Editor in Chief, Whole Living

      Take A Byte – Nutrition & Technology

      • United Nations World Food Programme

      • Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition

      Women, Social Media and an End to Poverty

      • America Ferrera, Actor & Producer

      • Alexis Bledel, Actor

      • Claire Diaz-Ortiz, Leads Social Innovation, Twitter

      • Molly Kinder, Director for Agriculture & Europe Policy, ONE

      Stand Up for Social Good – Special Comedic Performance

      • Andy Borowitz, New York Times Best-Selling Author & Comedian

      Spirituality in the Digital Age

      • Deepak Chopra, New York Times Bestselling Author & Founder, The Chopra Foundation


      Brought to you by Mashable, 92nd Street Y, the United Nations Foundation, Ericsson, the U.N. Development Programme and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the 2012 Social Good Summit promises to once again showcase the unparalleled effects of citizens united through social media and technology to change the world.

      Purchase Your Tickets to Social Good Summit

      The Social Good Summit is where big ideas meet new media to create innovative solutions. Held during UN Week, the Social Good Summit unites a dynamic community of global leaders to discuss a big idea: the power of innovative thinking and technology to solve our greatest challenges.

      Date: Saturday, Sept. 22, 2012, through Monday, Sept. 24, 2012
      Time: 1:00 – 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. each day
      Location: 92nd Street Y, 1395 Lexington Ave., New York, NY
      Tickets: $130 for a three-day pass.

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      Press: Press credentials will be given to press and bloggers from around the world for all Social Good Summit sessions and the Digital Media Lounge (DML). The DML is a fully wired work space at 92Y to report out of, network with fellow members of the media, and self-organize interviews and exclusive content from Social Good Summit sessions. The DML will be open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sept. 22-24. To apply, please fill in the form here.

      About Ericsson

Read more: http://mashable.com/2012/09/12/social-good-summit-agenda/

11 Inspiring Sessions From Leaders in Digital Media

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You don’t want to miss this year’s Mashable Media Summit conference. Leaders from Facebook, Reddit, Tumblr, Hearst, Salon and others will talk about the biggest trends in tech that are transforming the media landscape.

We’ve already piqued your interest with exciting speaker announcements and given you a sneak peek at some of the conference topics. Now we’d like to share the first layout of the Mashable Media Summit agenda. But stay tuned because we have more big names to announce shortly.

From an inside look at Reddit’s growth to demystifying data-driven journalism, you’ll learn about the hottest trends and hear the stories that matter from some of the most interesting minds in media. And as always, there will be Mashable surprises. Get your tickets now for what promises to be both an educational and entertaining event.

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The Mashable Media Summit is a one-day conference that explores how new forms of technology are redefining media. The brightest minds in the industry will come together Nov. 2 at the TimesCenter in New York City to explore the latest innovations in the space and the future of journalism.

    Mashable Media Summit Agenda, Friday, November 2, 2012, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.

    Looking Ahead: 2013 Trends

  • Pete Cashmore, Founder & CEO, Mashable

  • The Delicate Balance: How to Monetize Without Hurting Your Community

  • Alexis Ohanian, Co-Founder, Reddit

  • Matt Silverman, Features Editor, Mashable

  • Politics Transformed

  • Joan Walsh, Editor at Large, Salon

  • The Path to the Digital Future

  • David Carey, President, Hearst Magazines

  • Drones: The Newest Vehicles in Journalism

  • Tim Pool, Independent Journalist

  • Are Social Media Networks the Publishers of the Future?

  • Jessica Bennet, Executive Editor, Tumblr

  • Dan Roth, Executive Editor, LinkedIn

  • Meghan Peters, Community Manager, Mashable

  • Social Analytics: What You Can & Should Be Measuring

  • Sachin Kamdar, CEO, Parse.ly

  • Frank Speiser, Founder, SocialFlow

  • Robyn Peterson, Chief Technology Officer, Mashable

  • Not Your Grandma’s Public Television

  • Jason Seiken, Senior Vice President, PBS Interactive

  • Christina Warren, Senior Tech Analyst, Mashable

  • Storytelling Through Software

  • Tom Bedecarre, Chairman, AKQA & President, WPP Ventures

  • Demystifying Data-Driven Journalism

  • John Keefe, Senior Editor for Data News & Journalism Technology, WNYC

  • Emily Bell, Professor of Professional Practice; Director, Tow Center for Digital Journalism

  • On the Media: A Conversation with Brooke Gladstone

  • Brooke Gladstone, Managing Editor & Co-Host, On the Media

  • Networking Reception


Tickets include all conference sessions, breakfast, lunch and a networking reception. You don’t want to miss this year’s one-day event, so get your tickets now before they sell out!

Mashable Media Summit Information

Date: Friday, Nov. 2, 2012
Time: 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Location: The TimesCenter, 242 West 41st Street, New York, NY 10036
Tickets: Purchase tickets on Eventbrite.


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Read more: http://mashable.com/2012/10/04/media-summit-agenda/

Less Than Two Weeks to Buy Tickets to the Mashable Media Summit

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Mashable Media Summit Speakers 2012

With less than two weeks until the Mashable Media Summit, tickets are selling out fast. Now’s your chance to purchase your ticket to learn about the hottest trends from the biggest leaders in media.

The Mashable Media Summit is a one-day conference that explores how new forms of technology are redefining media. The brightest minds in the industry will come together in a few days on Nov. 30 at The TimesCenter in New York City to explore the latest innovations in the space and the future of journalism. Get your tickets now.

Eventbrite - Mashable Media Summit 2012

We’ll be hitting on the biggest trends in media and what to watch for in 2013. Here is some of what you can expect to hear about at the Mashable Media Summit:

  • Digital media trends to watch in 2013

  • How to monetize without hurting community

  • Demystifying data-driven journalism

  • Why social media sites are becoming publishers

  • The future of journalism could be drones

  • How mobile is changing media for the better

  • What you should be measuring with social analytics

  • Brands, publishers and the new media divide

  • The digital transformation of politics

  • How Facebook has reinvented the entertainment industry

Other influential speakers joining the summit include Alexis Ohanian, co-founder of Reddit, Kay M. Matadi, head of entertainment at Facebook, Bonita Stewart, vice president of Americas Partner Business Solutions at Google, David Carey, president at Hearst Magazines, Joan Walsh, editor-at-large at Salon, and Tom Bedecarre, CEO of AKQA.

You can view the agenda online, and check out the highlights below of last year’s sold out Mashable Media Summit. Get your tickets now before it’s too late!