The National Association for Multi-ethnicity in Communications (NAMIC) will host the next installment of its Diversity in Communications Career Expo on Tuesday, September 14, 2010 from 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at the Hilton New York, located at 1335 Avenue of the Americas (between 53rd and 54th Streets). The event will be held in the Hilton New York's Rhinelander Gallery located on the hotel's second floor. The career expo is open to everyone within the general public and admission is free of charge. The Diversity in Communications Career Expo is being held in conjunction with the 24th Annual NAMIC Conference taking place September 14-15 as part of the cable television industry's Diversity Week."The NAMIC career expos are an excellent live recruitment forum for introducing qualified professionals seeking career advancement, at all levels, to key decision makers from top media companies," said Kathy Johnson, president, NAMIC. "We are pleased to have the participation of such an illustrious group of companies for this fall's event."
Job applicants seeking career opportunities in the broadcast, cable, digital, entertainment and film industries will have the opportunity to connect with representatives from top companies participating in the Diversity in Communications Career Expo. Exhibitors confirmed to date include:
Disney/ABC Television Group
Fox Group/News Corp. Digital Media
PBS (Public Broadcasting Service)
Scripps Networks Interactive
Sirius XM Radio
Time Warner Cable
Time Warner Cable Local News
Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.
Advance registration is required. The registration deadline is Friday, September 10, 2010. Job applicants planning to attend NAMIC's Diversity in Communications Career Expo can register online by visiting http://www.namic.com. Business attire is required.
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