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AM: short notice meeting information

To:     "marketing/advertising discussion group" <ad-market@netpreneur.org>
Subject:     AM: short notice meeting information
From:     "Mitch Arnowitz" <marnowitz@morino.org>
Date:     Mon, 5 Jan 1998 16:39:25 -0500

Folks-

Short notice on tomorrow's New Media Society meeting follows. This meeting 
has solid speakers & relevant topics (co-branding, financial sites, advertising).  

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Mitch Arnowitz mailto:marnowitz@morino.org      
Business Development
Morino Institute   
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703.620.8971
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Bernie Dietz, business development for AOL's Motley Fool online financial service, Ray Kingman, 
president of Thomson Consumer Products and Larry Fishbein, director of new media for Kiplinger, 
will discuss online business models and high finance Web sites during the Cybersud's program 
Jan. 6.

The monthly "Cybersud's" program feature is sponsored by the New Media Society.  
Dietz, Kingman and Fishbein will address the commodity nature of online information, high traffic 
volume on financial Web sites and how these companies are making money through co-branding 
and banner advertising. 

location- Rhodeside Grill, 1836 Wilson Blvd., Arlington
time- 6:30 - 8:30 p.m.
cost- $10 




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