BOSTON, May 21, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- EuraMedia Summit 2012, scheduled to take place in Boston from June 13th to 16th 2012, made an announcement that Rain TV (www.tvrain.ru) will be its general Russian television partner.
Rain's director general, Mikhail Zygar', will represent the channel at the summit.
Apart from the channel's presentation in Boston, the partnership includes a series of Rain's live broadcasts about the summit.
Rain is a true live television channel, its slogan being "Give TV another chance!". It is a channel for indifferent and active citizens who have acute feeling of involvement and togetherness, who have the gusto for life, who are successful, have achieved a lot and remained humane. Rain TV is for professionals in various fields.
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EuraMedia Summit will take place June 13 - June 16, 2012 at The Seaport Hotel and World Trade Center located at 200 Seaport Blvd. in Boston,MA. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The multi faceted summit will ultimately offer attendees access to the great and good in Russian business. They will hear from top industry speakers such as Steve Wozniak of Apple Computer Inc, learn from case studies of existing Western success stories doing business in Russia, intimately network to create future long term relationships, attend educational seminars to aid them in future business ventures with Russia and explore new business leads.
A VIP networking opportunity; a black tie awards ceremony and charity event to be co-hosted by IDEA Media and famed actress Sarah Jessica Parker will also happen at the Summit. The awards, to be given out by top media executives as well as celebrities, will focus on the entertainment and media industries (both traditional and digital) and will honor pioneers from Russia and the CIS in these fields. The event also will feature an auction of vintage Soviet and US movie memorabilia and will benefit The Life Line Charity Fund.
Matthew Goldstein, co-founder and principal of IDEA Consulting Inc. is a graduate of Phillips Academy Andover and a J.William Fulbright Scholar on Popular Culture and Youth Political Mobilization in the former Soviet space.