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BlogWorld & New Media Expo Gets A New (Yet Familiar) Name

BlogWorld & New Media Expo Gets A New (Yet Familiar) Name

By Chris Crum June 7, 2012

BlogWorld & New Media Expo co-founders Rick Calvert and Dave Cynkin announced that they’re renaming the popular conference series to just New Media Expo, or NMX. Calvert said, “When we started BlogWorld in 2006 the new media industry hadn’t really …

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