Thursday, November 8 - 12 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. Media Maven: Lessons from Election 2012 Location: Channel 17 Studios/ CCTV in Burlington VT and LIVE Webcast Cost: With Lunch: $15 | Without Lunch $10 | LIVE Webcast $15

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Media Maven: Lessons from Election 2012

Learn from the Pros! Join Anne Galloway (VTDigger.org), Philip Baruth (Chittenden State Senate) and Ariel Wengroff (Shumlin for Governor), as we take a deep dive into the highlights of the 2012 election and review the effective (and not so effective) campaign communications that nonprofits can learn from.

2012 features contested Town Meeting, Vermont and National elections. New tools for identifying and mobilizing voters will be combined with large sums of money and sophisticated techniques as candidates vye for voters faith and credit. We'll take a deep dive in the lessons of 2012 with a panel of seasoned campaign communications captains and veteran media makers.

Meet with your peers, share some lunch or watch from your desk!

Bring your questions, communications priorities and good ideas!


Cost: With Lunch: $15 | Without Lunch $10 | Webcast $15

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November 8th, 2012 12:00 PM   through   1:30 PM
Channel 17 Studios & Live Webcast
294 North Winooski Avenue
Webcast Coordinates will be sent to you.
Burlington, VT 05401
United States
Phone: 802.862.1645 x21
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