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Social Networking Seminar for the Film Community has been postponed until further notice

Co-producing a Social Networking Panel with the #American Cinematheque on 11/3. Teaching "The Social Media Toolkit" at #Musicians Institute on 11/10

By Joy A. Kennelly

I've been so busy since moving back to Hollywood and I love it. Events I've been working on since the summer are coming to fruition and it's really been fun to collaborate with both the American Cinematheque and the Musicians Institute.

Here's the brief rundown of two upcoming events with more details to come soon.

My American Cinematheque Event on November 3, 2010

I'm co-producing a social media panel presentation on Wednesday, November 3, 2010 at 7:30pm with the American Cinematheque entitled: Social Networking for the Film Community: Filmmakers, Actors, Writers, Agents, Studio Executives

Here's the blurb in case you'd like to attend:

"You can't escape the words "social networks" if you engage in any media format. What are these tools and why does every professional need to use? Social Media Strategist, Joy A. Kennelly of The Joy Writer will moderate a panel of experts discussing everything from the basics of using social networking tools to creative techniques and tips for more advanced users.

Our amazing speakers confirmed to date include: American Cinematheque's very own Digital Marketing Strategist, Margot Gerber, Anne Thompson of Thompson on Hollywood, Pelago makers of Whrrl, Director of Marketing and Corporate Communications, Heather Meeker;
Take Part Community, Alliances & Digital Lead on the Waiting for Superman campaign, Wendy Cohen, with additional panelists to be announced.  Topics will include the latest tools, trends and platforms available to filmmakers, agents, talent and studio executives. Learn how to brand, manage, market and develop a fan base for you or a project with experts in the field.
  
Tickets: $20 general admission and $15 student/senior.
Location: American Cinematheque Egyptian Theatre 6712 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood, CA 90028
For more info, please call: 310 714-2077.

In case you haven't heard of Waiting for Superman, here's the official trailer. I can't wait to see it!
 
Save the date! More information on our panel & panelists to follow!

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MY MUSICIANS INSTITUTE EVENT ON NOVEMBER 10, 2010

I'm beginning to discover that I love teaching and sharing my knowledge of Social Media to help others move forward in their careers. It's very rewarding to see student's and attendees grasp online marketing concepts I've shared over the last few weeks and months.

Now I have the opportunity to teach past and present students, faculty and teachers, basically anyone who is part of the Musicians Institute, the tips and tools of using social media focusing on three platforms: Facebook, Twitter and Hootsuite.

Here's the blurb describing the class in case you're interested. It's also on the main Musicians Institute website!  

ACS Presents "The Social Media Tool Kit" with Joy Kennelly

On Wednesday, November 10 at 3:00pm in ACS-201 (Artist and Career Services building, second floor), MI’s Artist and Career Services Department presents “The Social Media Tool Kit,” an interactive workshop with award-winning Social Media Strategist Joy Kennelly. Learn the basics of social networking tools to promote your band and/or brand, including setting up Facebook, Twitter, and Hootsuite accounts. This is ideal for the beginner who wants to take it to the next level - bring your laptops!

Joy Kennelly's social media marketing expertise includes working with Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, and over 100 regional online marketing sites to enhance search engine optimization (SEO), increase attendance at events, and develop business on behalf of clients in entertainment, travel, technology, fashion, and politics. Joy’s clients have included VOX DJs, the Los Angeles Convention & Visitors Bureau, the Shore Restaurant & Lounge, filmmaker Damien Earl Matthias, the Original Long Beach Lobster Festival, fine artist Gali Rotstein, the American Institute of Architects, and more. She has presented classes and seminars on social media at MI, American Cinematheque, and at conferences throughout the US.

The Musicians Institute Artist and Career Services team and I plan to do another Social Media panel with the general public invited next.
Stay tuned.:)

 

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