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Oct

Wednesday  : 20-10-2010. Segovia, IE University, C/ Cardenal Zúñiga, 12,  40003 Segovia. Room : 142 A. Hour:  16.30-17.30 

IE School of Communication (IE University) invites you to the 36th  meeting “Scientists and Professionals in communication”, series 2010-2011, where Javier Rivero,  audiovisual communication manager and entrepreneur, will give a talk in English  entitled ” How To Create Your TV Show”. 

Abstract:  No that long ago, having a tv channel was something really expensive and that only some people can afford.  Millions of euros were required to put together a way of broadcasting audio and video live to other people. Today you can have your TV channel up and running before this talk ends. Do not miss out how to do it. 

Short Bio: Rivero-Diaz started working on communication projects around 23 years ago. Since then he has been directing and producing content for TV and other new technologies´ media. At 18 years old he started working in Telefonica R&D working in communication projects and on interactive tv. Later on he started researching and learning about leadership skills, coaching and education related to helping and developing people. He coached hundreds of people worldwide, mainly business owners, in developing themselves and growing their lives and their companies. He has been researching and teaching in UCLA in United States around these topics and the relationship with media. Now he is interested in how TV, social media, Internet … can contribute to people´s lives through contents that help people in their professional and personal lives, in a way that makes a  better world for the next generations through http://www.DesarrolloProfesional.tv

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