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ClickZ Specifics:Video Comes to San Francisco

Last summer, ClickZ ran the first conference dedicated solely to the topic of interactive video advertising

testpattern.jpeg Last summer, ClickZ ran the first conference dedicated solely to the topic of interactive video advertising. The hyper-focused, one-day event was a smash, so we’re taking the show on the road.

That, plus the fact that online video becomes more topical every day.

The San Francisco conference on Tuesday, March 19, boasts an impressive lineup of speakers from companies including (in no particular order): Google, Yahoo,OgilvyInteractive, Organic, MTV Network’s, Atom Entertainment, Scripps Networks, MediaVest Worldwide, BET Interactive, Heavy, Nielsen//Netratings, comScore, Tribal DDB, and a host of others.

If you’re involved in interactive advertising and weren’t able to make the New York event, I really hope you can make it to our Bay Area reprise.

Take a sec to register — and while you’re there, please don’t forget to introduce yourself!

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