March 22, 2011
Living up to its reputation as the ultimate crowd-sourced festival, Internet Week New York last week launched Make the Stage, an online campaign that allows the public to submit and select the live presentations for the festival’s main stage.
Now in its fourth year, Internet Week New York has fast become the world’s top celebration of all things digital. This year’s festival, which will take place from June 6th through the 13th, is expected to draw over 20,000 people to more than 200 crowd-sourced events across the city. Located at Internet Week New York Headquarters, the AOL Broadcast Stage showcases interviews, panels, and presentations by the Internet’s top brands and thinkers, with all programming streamed live to a global audience.
Check out coverage of the campaign - and Alex Blagg from A Bajillion Hits’ brilliant promo video (above), in New York Magazine, Gawker, Bulldog Reporter, AdRants, NYConvergence, PR Newser, and MediaBistro.