BlogHer2010 Conference INFO
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You may have already seen the BlogHer party tweets flying around, so allow me to explain this year's party plan and how it all came together. A little background: Last year, we listened to all of the post-BlogHer '09 feedback and mulled over how to respond to it, both in the moment, and with policy changes for BlogHer '10. One of the things we committed to handle differently was BlogHer parties. So this year, as promised, we've made some changes. The only parties that will be within the conference space from Thursday to Saturday are "official" parties.
BlogHer10 Day One Agenda
BlogHer10 Day Two Agenda
With over 16 years of experience in TV, radio, and online media, Jeannette Kaplun is the cofounder and Chief Content Officer of Todobebé, Inc. Jeannette oversees the quality, and standards of all Todobebé parenting content. and leverages it across social media She is the author of “Todobebé: Todo lo que necesitas saber para el primer año de tu bebé”, co-host of the Emmy-nominated Viva La Familia weekly TV show, co-host of the also Emmy-nominated Todobebé TV show, and host of the Todobebé radio shows and vignettes that were syndicated in 75 stations in Latin America. In 1999 Jeannette co-founded Todobebe.com, as the first pan regional baby and parenting Web site in Spanish and Portuguese, at a time when online content for the Hispanic community was scarce. Her commitment to quality, creativity and community, helped make Todobebe.com an award-winning destination for Spanish-speaking parents.
When planning the first BlogHer conference back in mid-2005, we knew we wanted our session format to be a bit different than the conference norms at the time. Interactive. Engaging. Participatory. Practical. And no shilling (aka commercials or stump speeches masquerading as usable content and actionable information).