SEMA eNews Vol. 12, No. 27, July 9, 2009

Internet Symposium: Creating Killer Video

 Internet Symposium
 Learn how online video can bring your products to life in entertaining and informative ways at the SEMA Internet Symposium presented by the Street Performance Council.

This week’s profile for the SEMA Internet Symposium presented by the Street Performance Council (SPC) focuses on the session entitled “Video Killed the Radio Star: It’s Still True Today."

Remember the first video on MTV, "Video Killed the Radio Star?" What held true nearly 30 years ago still holds true today: nothing is more exciting than video! Learn how to take advantage of creating killer video to bring your products to life in an entertaining and informative way at the Internet Symposium.

Join speakers John Naderi, Executive Editor, StreetFire.net; Famous Rhodes, Director of eBay Motors; Chris Duke, "MOTORZ TV"; James Lawrence, "PowerTV"; and Josh Biggers, Stillen on Saturday, August 1, 2009 at the Pasadena Convention Center, Pasadena, California. 

Register Here.

Early Bird Registration Fees:
SEMA Member—First company employee: $125
SEMA Member—Additional company employee: $99
Non-SEMA Member: $199

Onsite registration Fee (All):
SEMA Members and Non-members - $199

View a short video from John Naderi.

For more information on all Internet Symposium sessions, speakers and for the complete agenda, visit www.sema.org/InternetSymposium.

The Internet Symposium is part of Leadership Days. For a schedule of all events, visit www.sema.org/LeadershipDays.

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