THIS WEDNESDAY: Politics Gets Social

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Katie Harbath, Chief Digital Strategist at the National Republican Senatorial Committee, will let us know how they approached the midterm election from a social media perspective, giving us an insider’s look at the inner-workings of the Republican social media machine.

Lauren Feldman will offer her perspective on social media and its ties to the traditional media, particularly in the aftermath of Jon Stewart and Steven Colbert’s Rally for Sanity and/or Fear. One of the nation’s leading researchers in political communications, she’ll provide a great perspective on how both sides have played the media game in the 2010 midterm elections.

Michael Mayernick, founder of social giving startup giv.to, will give his perspective as one not directly involved in the political machine, but one providing an essential fundraising resource. His startup has played a role in numerous campaigns this election cycle, providing incredible insight.

Title: Politics Get Social

Date: Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Time: 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm

Location: Pillsbury Law – 2300 N St NW

Metro: Foggy Bottom or Dupont  Metro Stations

Parking: Street or garages are available.

Who:

  • Lauren Feldman – Assistant Professor of Communication at American University
  • Katie Harbath – Chief Digital Strategist at National Republican Senatorial Committee (@katieharbath)
  • Michael Mayernick – Founder, giv.to (@mmayernick)


Special Thanks to our venue, Pillsbury Law.

About Pillsbury’s Virtual Worlds & Video Games Team

Pillsbury’s multidisciplinary Virtual Worlds & Video Games team, the first of its kind, includes nearly 30 attorneys around the world working at the forefront of emerging business and legal issues relating to virtual worlds, mirror worlds, augmented reality, virtual goods, virtual currency and other social media. The team, which can assist clients with venture capital and private equity funding, mergers and acquisitions, legal and business strategies for virtual goods and currency, intellectual property strategies, implementation and enforcement, preparation of key agreements and policies, including: terms of service agreements; development agreements; DMCA policies, compliance and enforcement; data protection and privacy policies; COPPA policies; and much more, has represented both the largest players in the industry such as Activision Blizzard, Playfish, A&E Inc., and some of the most promising emerging companies. The team also hosts a dedicated blog http://www.virtualworldlaw.com, to address relevant legal issues.

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