News & Events | MultiVisions
Friday, April 11
Media in the Midwest
Scott Anges (Beat Reporter for Pacers.com)
Liz Williams (Co-Producer at Harpo Productions)
Chad Stum (Creative Director at Original Six Media)
Branded Entertainment: Marketing, Advertising, and Promotion
Jordan Lipshitz (Assistant AE, Legacy Marketing)
Robert Lower (VP of Sales for LiveNation)
Paula Stahnke (Media Planner at Team One USA)
Kiki Kapral (Talent Acquisition at Grey)
Tomas Hirons (Hirons)
Life of a Freelance
Nik Traxler (Freelance Executive Producer at Design and Acquisition)
Ashley Fischer (Freelance Editor/Bunim Murray)
Kathryn Begle (Freelance Camera Assistant)
Andrew Gant (Director/Photographer)
Adam Hoelzel (Disney VOD/writer)
Brian Toombs (Funny or Die)
Max Taylor (Development Executive at Xbox)
Leila Marsh (Talent Development)
Aaron Moreno (Paid Media Account Executive at BLASTmedia)
Becca Pesavento (Gannett)
Taryn Rosenburg (Social Media Manager)
Chelsey McKrill (Freelance Production)
What is Multivisions?
Each year, the Indiana University Department of Telecommunications sponsors Multivisions, a one-day conference designed to offer students a preview of numerous career options in the media industries.
Professionals from around the country are invited to the conference to interact with students at different activities over the course of the day; including panels and one-on-one informational interviews. The end of the conference is marked by the Media Showcase Competition; an awards show for submitted student works.
All students (regardless of major), alumni, members of the University, and the surrounding Bloomington community are welcome to attend.
The Media Showcase is a competition of student-produced video, audio, scripts, and web-based productions at both beginning and advanced levels. The winning entries are announced and screened at the end of the Multivisions conference.
- 2012 (documentary video by Smithville Communications)
- 2010 (20th Anniversary!)
For further information, contact Walter Gantz firstname.lastname@example.org or (812) 855-1621.