Photo Credit: Tisse Mallon
TheDailyCity.com Editor Mark Baratelli will be speaking on a Media Panel with the Program Director of The Philips Phile on 104.1 and the News Director for WKMG July 25, 2010 at the Kids In Need National Network Summit in Orlando Florida at the Renaissance SeaWorld.9:30 - 10:30 a.m. Media PanelWhat is the media looking for in your press releases? Let’s ask them and learn how to pitch compelling stories that they’ll be fighting to cover.
Mark Baratelli - Editor, The Daily City (www.thedailycity.com)
Katherine Brown - The Philips Phile Program Director, Real Radio 104.1FM (www.realradio.fm)
Bob Kotek - News Director, Local 6 WKMG (www.clickorlando.com)
TheDailyCity.com Panel Series launched in the first half of 2010 as an experiment based on what Editor Mark Baratelli saw in New York City: entertainment derived from listening to experts and participating in public debate.
On the First Monday of every month, the series brings interesting people to speak and debate on a variety of topics. Admission is five bucks, the proceeds of which go to the 2010 Orlando Improv Festival.
Mark Baratelli, Publisher of The Daily City newspaper and blog, has won the following recognition:
Inducted into the 2015 Culinary Hall of Fame by the Orlando SentinelWon the "40 Under 40" award from Orlando Business JournalNicknamed “Orlando's Food Truck Baron” by Orlando Sentinel “The Pied Piper of Food Trucks” by Orlando Business JournalNamed #39 Most Well-Known Local Celebrity in Orlando by Orlando Sentinel ...all for creating the nations original food truck tour: The Daily City Food Truck Bazaar. Baratelli turned “food trucks in a parking lot” into a 9-city, 40-truck, four-year-old company with over 500 events under its belt. Orlando City Soccer, Orlando Magic and Orlando Predators have chosen the company as their official food truck provider.
The Daily City Food Truck Bazaar won the following awards: 2012 Best Local Food Event from Edible Orlando Magazine 2012 Best Monthly Event from YELP OrlandoBaratell's brand ne…
Starts January 2010 TheDailyCity.com Live The Daily City's brand new live interactive talk show "TheDailyCity.com Live" is the third Saturday afternoon of every month, noon to 2pm, at Stardust Coffee in lovely Audubon Park. We're discussing Orlando topics, moderating panels, conducting guest interviews, listening to local musicians, and engaging in audience discussions. Editor Mark Baratelli and Live Event Coordinator Dan Ginader are the hosts.
Details TheDailyCity.com Live Third Saturdays, 12pm-2pm Stardust Coffee in Audubon Park
There's a free (donations welcome and the proceeds go to USAFF) panel discussion and Q&A about producing shows on the national fringe festival circuit October 17, 12-2pm at Orlando Shakes. The panel includes fringe festival producers from MN.,Indy, KC, Frigid, NYC, New Orleans, Delaware, Chicago and Washington D.C. Topics will include: "The Do's and Dont's of producing Fringe shows, applications- lottery- juried process, marketing/cross-promotion & media, what sells well at each Fringe, Similarities and differences between each festival, costs, how to successfully patronize a Fringe and much more." Reservations: first 100 to reserve. Call 407-648-0077 or email George Wallace email@example.com
Photo Credit: Brian Feldman Download the 2 hour discussion that took place September 4, 2009, from 7pm-9pm, at Rollins College during TheDailyCity.com Panel Series Panel #1: "Producing Large Events in Central Florida." Credit for the recording of this event goes to The Daily City team member Dan Ginader.
Don't have the time to listen to the mp3? Tim Rosenblatt took copious notes and is offering them on his blog.
Help Mark Put on a Festival: A Panel on Producing Events in Central Florida Friday September 4, 2009 | 7pm-9pm Fred Stone Theatre, Rollins College Tickets: $5 donation to the Orlando Improv Festival
Confirmed panel: Chris Blanc | Florida Film Festival Carole Moreland | Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival Kristine Iverson | Mills 50 District, Program Director John Carter | Nerdapalooza (500 attended in 2009) Greg Pollack | BarCamp Orlando
What to Expect The panelists will speak briefly about their events and experiences. Then with the 2010 Orlando Improv Festival as their "project," they'll guide the audience through "producing 101," revealing the basic first steps one must take to produce a sizeable event. Their shared knowledge base and experience will provide for interesting listening. They'll start at the beginning and end up wherever they do by the end of the night. Audience questions and participation are welcome, of course!
SAK Comedy Lab is producing it's first ever panel/Q&A on the subjects of improv and comedy called "Laugh!", featuring select members of the SAK Comedy Lab ensemble. The topic will be "the science, magic, and business of comedy" with a style, as SAK puts it, "think of 'Inside the Actor's Studio' meets 'Real Time with Bill Maher.'The panel:
Jay HopkinsSAK Comedy Lab 380 W Amelia Street, Orlando, FL 32801| MAP Monday, July, 6th 2009, 7:30pm FREE!
On June 25, 2009, 8am-9:30am, Doterati is hosting a breakfast panel about creative online branding strategies at the Crowne Plaza Orlando DowntownPanelists Sterling Raphael, NFi Studios (moderator) Anne Fischer, Busch Entertainment Beth Marshall, Orlando Fringe"On Thursday, June 25th at 8am, let the coffee, eggs and bacon flow into our panelist’s experience and imagination as they take you on a journey through online design, strategic identity theories and digital branding. Find out what they look for when executing their online brand strategy and what truly motivates consumer decision making.
Who Should Attend: This event is tailored for marketing representatives, local business leaders, agencies and business owners that are dealing with internal budget cuts and faced with an uphill battle to do more with less. Communication professionals, local media firms and creatives in our community will have the opportunity to learn, participate and ask questions with professionals who are thr…