Fred Seibert is a media and marketing sensation whose influence has shaped the future of both traditional and online entertainment (and if you don’t believe us, I refer you to Wikipedia). He’s also a good friend to Tilzy.TV.
We’re excited to have him for an in-depth conversation followed by mixing and mingling with some of New York City’s movers and shakers of online video and Web TV…
When: Tuesday, April 21, 2009 6:30 PM
Where: NYU’s Cantor Film Center
36 E. 8th St
RSVP HERE for the April New York Web TV Meetup!
More about Fred Seibert
As MTV’s first creative director who went on to remake Nickelodeon, run famed animation studio Hannah Barbara, create digital and television animation studio Frederator and found a next generation television network, Next New Networks, Fred is a creative visionary with big insights and a bigger personality.
Fred’s career in his words:
Does it seem strange for a former jazz cat to morph into a TV executive, and then turn into a cartoon producer who sets out to pioneer the new frontier of video on the Internet? Not to me.
For me it’s all part of a very clear continuum. I’m attracted to community, to places where disenfranchised people find what they love, and find each other and get creative. I’m attracted to heart and soul and humor, and to things that are wild, weird and unpredictable.
I guess you could say I’m attracted to crazy. With any luck I’ll have a few more crazy lives to add to this document in the years ahead.
We’re looking forward to seeing you there, and meeting and talking with you and other members of the NYC’s dynamic online video community.
The New York Web TV Meetup is a monthly event devoted to celebrating and supporting innovation in the exploding digital entertainment industry and bringing together the dynamic web television community.
Each month, we’ll take an in-depth look at the processes and people behind some of the most successful entertainment products created for broadband distribution, followed by networking with industry peers, artists, executives, producers, and up-and-comers.