June Program: Amplifying Your Message with Multimedia
- Location: GoToWebinar
- RSVP Deadline: Wednesday, June 17
Now that so much of communications work is done remotely and face-to-face events are not always an option, how should we share important information? What elements are we forgetting? What apps or tools should we be using? Nipa Eason, creative director at Strategic Digital Services, will share ideas and tips for using video and audio to anticipate reporters’ needs and encourage better media coverage. Attendees will be encouraged to share lessons learned over the past few months.
About the Speaker: Nipa Eason
More often than not, you’ll find Nipa wandering around with a book that she has every intention of reading. With a BFA in film, media, and communications from the University of Arizona, Nipa has explored careers in reality TV, motion graphics, graphic design, illustration, and directing commercials for both television and social media. Because she can’t seem to decide what type of art she enjoys the most, she tries to do a little bit of everything.
Professionally, Nipa is creative director at Strategic Digital Services with more than 15 years of experience in design and media work. She started her career in Los Angeles, working on creative and productions for several of the world’s largest entertainment companies such as Sony Pictures Entertainment Inc., Disney, and 20th Century Fox. She’s received several accolades for her work – American Advertising ADDY® Awards, Florida Public Relations Association Image Awards, and a CUNA Diamond Award. To view her full body of work, visit NipaEason.com.
The RSVP deadline is Wednesday, June 17. Please RSVP by the deadline for the following rates:
Member – $10
“Future Member” (Non-Member) – $20
Students – FREE
Members who RSVP after June 17 will be charged $20.
Please RSVP using the form below. You will then be taken to a PayPal page. After you complete your RSVP, you will be emailed a link to register with GoToWebinar.
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