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Yesterday I attended Potomac Tech Wire/Digital Media Wire’s 5th Annual Digital Media Conference. While the topics were interesting and I DID make a number of valuable connections, I have two observations, one negative, one mixed.
First, the negative: I was disappointed to find that the conference was very much of a Web 1.0 event: flat PowerPoint presentations, one-way dialogue. Despite the topic of the conference, it didn’t actively embrace many of the principles of digital/social media: collaboration, participation, conversation.
In contrast was American University’s Center for Social Media’s most recent conference, Mapping Public Media. There was a pre-conference blog, a live Twitter feed during panels, real-time data visualization maps, a panelist hooked in via Skype, a post-conference community on Facebook, and probably other social media facilitating tools that I missed due to my own only moderate social media savvy. It was a fantastic event: content, execution and interplay between the two.
Second, I was really excited for the Digital Media Conference because it’s always–I’ve attended 4 out of the 5 years–been very much of a reunion: an opportunity to see and reconnect with so many friends and former coworkers from washingtonpost.com, marchFIRST, Georgetown b-school. This year’s attendees seemed different than those of previous years. Granted, this is a completely subjective and unqualified opinion, but there seemed to be much less representation from “old guard” media companies and a lot of attendance by traditional companies looking to understand digital media tools. This is both a pro and a con. Pro: excellent that non-media companies realize that they need to “get” the social media space and are actively trying to learn about it all. Con: media and communications companies are not continuing to push the envelope in this space.
Perhaps this conference is indicative of a larger issue: the back seat that big media is finding itself sitting in as social networks gain influence….