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Advanced Media Seminar for the Emmy’s at KVIE 6

October 28, 2008           Digital Marketing

Kayden Kelly, CEO of Blast Analytics & Marketing, to give presentation on “Marketing Benefits of Blogs & Does Your Website Rock?” to the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (Northern California Chapter) that puts on the International Emmy Awards.

This is a must attend event for all people who live in the Sacramento and surrounding areas who are interested in finding out how to take advantage of Advanced Media (Online Marketing & Website Optimization) and see what is now available in our local market. The seminar will be held at the KVIE 6 Public Television station.

KVIE 6 Public Television
2595 Capitol Oaks Drive
Sacramento, California 95833
United States

NOVEMBER 20th, 2008
7:00 to 7:30pm – Meet and Greet
7:30 to 8:30pm – Advanced Media Topics
8:30 to 9:00pm – Questions & Answers

Learn more and Register online at

More information about NATAS

The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) is the premier and most recognized non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of excellence in television.

The Academy awards the EMMY, the most prestigious, peer-judged honor in television for outstanding creative achievement. Its International Council gives EMMY awards for foreign television.

NATAS (The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences) was formed in 1957. The Academy now serves all the television markets in the United States through its 19 chapters. The San Francisco/Northern California Chapter joined on October 6, 1961. Now one of the largest chapters, it represents California markets from Visalia to the Oregon border, Hawaii, and Reno, Nevada.


PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP is a privilege extended to those actively engaged in television who make direct contributions to the industry such as executives, producers, performers, announcers, newscasters, technicians, writers, directors, artists, designers, photographers, and editors, among others. Active (voting) members must have been engaged in the profession of television for at least one year to be approved by the Membership Committee.

Professional members work in the television community:

  • at blog stations,
  • at cable and satellite companies,
  • as independent television producers and consultants,
  • in academic communications departments,
  • as marketing specialists,
  • as performers or in creative crafts positions.



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