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Media

Technical.ly's Media Conference is a half day session focused around trends in marketing, PR, digital media, big data, social media and more.

Track Day Events

  • Media Conference

    The BIW16 Media Conference will bring together a variety of professionals in marketing, PR, digital, big data, social media and more to understand new trends in media. This half day session will provide you with some actionable takeaways and leave you inspired!

    Tuesday, September 27, 8:30am–1:30pm
  • Buy, Build or Break?

    How to know whether the convenience of “out of the box” all it’s cracked up to be. Technologists from 14 West and The Agora Companies invite you to look back at 40 years of innovation in the media, marketing and publishing systems that have helped grow the organization to include more than 20 companies in 16 different countries.

    Tuesday, September 27, 12:30pm–3:00pm

Speakers

  • Brooke Hall

    Brooke Hall

    Brooke Hall is the Founder and CEO of What Works Studio, a hybrid incubator/design firm that builds movements and elevates brands. The Baltimore-based studio invents, launches and implements big projects to tackle big problems.

    @brookehall
  • Justin Allen

    Justin Allen

    Justin Allen is Co-Founder and Publisher of What Weekly Magazine, an award-winning digital publication and CMO of What Works Studio, a creative agency driven by storytelling, community and social change. Justin holds patents pertaining to implantable surgical devices and has been published in the Journal of Medical Physics.

  • Dan Schepleng

    Dan Schepleng

    I’ve put off writing this for a while. I hate these biographies. They’re dumb. They’re always in the third person too, like they’ve be written by some magical writer who has never met the all-important Mr. Schepleng. I don’t think people read this. Who cares? I was born in Annapolis, grew up

    @danschepleng
  • Will Gee

    Will Gee

    Will Gee got his start in the games industry in 1997 at Microprose Software, where he contributed to titles such as "European Air War", "X-Com Enforcer", and "Dungeons and Dragons: Heroes". In 2003, he co-founded Digital Steamworks, software developer that built software for

    @BaltiVirtual
  • Coleman Anderson

    Coleman Anderson

    Former corporate cog, halfway to a masters in Edu (hold please!), startup co-founder. Lover of music, sports, technology, history, and social action. Nothing to it but to do it.

    I am passionate about trying to effect change in the world. Yea, it's cliche, but it's what gets me up

    @ctanderson8885
Location TBA

Track Presented by

  • Comcast

Track Supported by

  • Mindgrub
  • Maryland Institute College of Art

Track Collaborators

  • Temple University
  • Kaiser Permanente