Syndicate Conference Announces Sponsors


Trade show producer has announced the line-up of sponsors and exhibitors for Syndicate, a B2B conference focused on emerging trends and technologies in content syndication, scheduled to take place December 12-14, 2005 at the Hilton San Francisco. Yahoo!, Microsoft, Google and many others will show how syndication and social media tools such as RSS, blogs and podcasts are transforming the way businesses do business.

Cornerstone sponsor Yahoo! is joined by Platinum sponsor Microsoft. Silver sponsors include: Attensa; Feedster; KnowNow; NewsGator; Pheedo; Pluck; PubSub Concepts; and SimpleFeed. Bronze sponsors include: Acquire Media; Cymfony; FreeRange Communications; inclue!; LookSmart; Marqui; PRWeb; Spearhead Innovations; and WhatCounts. Associate sponsors include: Google; Gritwire; Moreover Technologies; Technorati; and Top 10 Sources. Association sponsors include: American Business Media; Online Publishers Association; SF Advertising; and Word of Mouth Marketing Association.

The Syndicate conference program will discuss the tools and strategies that allow online media and content to be searched, found, followed and subscribed to all within minutes of when it is published or broadcasted. Conference tracks include: The Syndicated Media Environment; Syndicated Company Product Environments; Syndicated Public Relations; and Syndicated Technologies Trends, sponsored by Attensa. Industry experts and real-world case studies will show how syndication tools and sources can be utilized for future business and revenue-generating models.

An opening night networking reception will be sponsored by Yahoo!, and all Syndicate attendees, sponsors, media and speakers are invited to attend. The reception will take place following the day’s final keynote address on Tuesday, December 13 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

by Steve Hall    Nov-11-05   Click to Comment   
Topic: Industry Events   

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