Media Advisory - Is print media dying? Is traditional broadcasting mortally
wounded? Or is new social media over-hyped, filled with clutter and lacking
in substance?

Big names debate the issue at annual GeekFest forum tonight

TORONTO, March 10 /CNW/ - Bring your camera. Bring your microphone. Bring your notebook. And, of course, bring your iPhone or Blackberry.

    Who:   Award-winning Globe and Mail columnist Margaret Wente;
           technology reporter and author Peter Nowak; pop culture critic and
           author Mike Dover; and techno thinker Krista Napier of IT market
           intelligence firm IDC.

    What:  In this era of exploding social and mobile networking, they debate
           the future of traditional media at the annual GeekFest showcase.

    Where: The Hot Zone room of the Ontario Science Centre, 770 Don Mills
           Road in Toronto.

    When:  Wednesday March 10. Doors open to GeekFest at 6 p.m. Media panel
           debate begins at 8:15 p.m. sharp. Complimentary food and drink

    Why:   The role media plays - and its future - is important to all

For full release about GeekFest, check out

SOURCE T4G Limited

For further information: For further information: For media accreditation, contact: Paul Barter, Vice-President, Strategy, T4G Limited, (416) 462-4211,; Bob Brehl, abc2 communications, (416) 994-1470,

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