New Conference Examines and Reveals Audiences in the Technology Era

Audience Conference brings together leading voices from entertainment, media, and technology to yield valuable insights on today's audiences

Oct 30, 2009, 12:28 ET from The Audience Conference






NEW YORK, Oct. 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Audience, an exciting conference dedicated to exploring, defining, and connecting audiences in the technology era, will be gathering in New York City November 5-6. The event will be held at the Hudson Theater, just a stone's throw from Broadway.


The Audience Conference is the place to learn from those who really understand audiences today. Through a mixture of sessions, networking, entertainment, and an afterparty, the dynamic event will examine the concept of audience, as well as explore how changes in communication, science and technology have affected our ability to address and influence audiences.


The conference brings together some truly exceptional people -- from the entertainers who engage audiences directly to the statisticians who measure them, to the technologists building tools to help us reach new and larger audiences and engage with them. To date, confirmed speakers and performers include:


      Mike Arrington - TechCrunch
      Robert Bruce - American Poet, Knife Gun Pen
      Jason Calacanis - Mahalo
      Brian Clark - Copyblogger
      Dan Farber - CBS News
      Loren Feldman - 1938 Media
      Rae Hoffman - Outspoken Media
      Joe Jaffe - Crayon
      Ethan Kaplan - Warner Bros. Records
      Andrew Keen - Author, Public Speaker, Broadcaster
      Rachel Marsden - Author, Columnist, TV/radio host
      Frank Roche - ifractal
      Bruce Warren - WXPN
      Adam & Mia - Musician


Registration is now open. Purchase your ticket(s) here ( (use the discount code "Loren" to save $50).


Additionally, there are still a few sponsorship opportunities available. If you're interested in helping make the event legendary, contact brian {at} future-works {dot} com


About Audience Conference

The Audience Conference is a place to learn from those who really understand audiences today. The event brings together some of the most exceptional people in a unique format riding the cusp of performance and conference while keeping you informed and entertained in equal measure. Audience takes place at the Hudson Theater in New York, NY, November 5-6. More information can be found at




SOURCE The Audience Conference