Media Summit Explores 3-D, Mobile Explosion
It’s happening in your car, in your pocket and even in your living room.
A cast of alumni and other industry insiders will ask â€œAre you ready for the new media?â€ during the sixth edition of the Dr. Lewis B. Oâ€™Donnell Media Summit today. Ever-evolving mobile devices and emerging 3-D high definition television technology will certainly be included in the day of discussions which culminates with a panel at 3 p.m.
Award-winning news anchor Benita Zahn, class of 1976, will moderate the panel set to include various new media professionals.
Fellow alumnus Michael Cassidy is founder and CEO of Undertone Networks, a new media advertising agency. He joins National Public Radio social media critic Andy Carvin, 3D HDTV producer Vicki Betihavas and Appleâ€™s Dr. Jon Landis.
Catch the panel live via webcast starting at 3 p.m. today.
All summit participants will visit classrooms throughout the day. In addition, Sony plans a demonstration of 3-D television in a Campus Center classroom on the day of the summit.
Longtime television executive and 1977 Oswego graduate Louis A. Borrelli Jr. founded the summit in 2005 with a leadership gift. Three years ago, he and NBC â€œTodayâ€ show co-host and weatherman Al Roker, class of 1976, provided funding to name it in honor of Oâ€™Donnell, longtime chair of Oswegoâ€™s communication studies department, who passed away in 2007.
(Posted: Oct 14, 2010)