Audacy hosted LAEDC’s Digital Media Entertainment Council back in December to discuss trending techniques in the digital media entertainment workforce. Dakar was invited to be present projects such as the AT&T film festival, Siggraph 2020, Mobile World Congress 2020, and Gig Shark. But instead, we offered to showcase Shoni Monet Doe, who was asked to present a youth voice on their needs and a perspective that could lead to more student participation in the design of a career pipeline into digital media.
What a great job Jessica Ku Kim and Isabel did to bring the LAEDC’s community together Friday Dec, 6th…Was so proud for our #dakarinteractive mentee, Shoni for closing out the show. https://t.co/DiL0TsaqeO pic.twitter.com/W8A9QdnI3e
— Kevin Clark (@Homageusa) December 9, 2019
Below are some video excerpts of the career panel featuring executives from AUDACY, formerly CBS Radio, and the presentation by Shoni, stay tuned for more from Dakar, the first quarter of 2020.
“The amount of content is growing; big media companies are getting more active…In August 2019, @Entercom, which owns 235 radio stations across 48 metros, acquired podcasters @Cadence13_ and @pineapplemedia.” Via @Forbeshttps://t.co/nJKCwWJXyZ
— Entercom (@Entercom) November 20, 2019
The @LAEDC Center for a Competitive Workforce hosted the #DigitalMedia & Entertainment Industry Council @Entercom, bringing together college faculty and business to look at challenges, public policy, new opportunities and evolving issues: https://t.co/rD2cj7RCkv pic.twitter.com/YenLhzpiBo
— Center for a Competitive Workforce, at LAEDC (@CCWLosAngeles) December 6, 2019
— Judy Kruger (@KrugerIntl) December 6, 2019