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NAB Show, NewTek Bring Back ''Broadcast Minds''
RADIO ONLINE | Thursday, March 6, 2014 | 2:28pm CT

The NAB Show is bringing back last year's highest-rated session, "NewTek Presents: Broadcast Minds." This year's session, moderated by actor, comedian and host Tom Green on April 9 in Las Vegas, will take a deep and entertaining look at how some of the top creators of digital content are forging new trails and drawing a profit online.

Attendees will hear from actor/comedian Tom Green and host of "Tom Green's House Tonight," illusionist/producer, director and host of "MindFreak" Criss Angel, , founder and CEO of "My Damn Channel" founder/CEO Rob Barnett and Cali Lewis, host of "GeekBeat TV."

Each speaker will guide the audience through their various approaches to creating high quality programming built to live online. Additionally, attendees will walk away with first-hand knowledge of how these creators build, sustain and grow their audiences while effectively monetizing their projects. NewTek will live stream the session at www.nabshow.com.

"As storytellers increasingly turn to the Internet to build and cultivate audiences on a global scale, it's no surprise that last year's Broadcast Minds discussion received such high marks from NAB Show attendees," said NewTek Chief Relationship Officer Philip Nelson. "We are proud to team up with the 2014 NAB Show again this year and to offer attendees the unique experience of learning from leading content creators who are influencing and shaping the new online future of broadcast media."

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