Gearing up for a third successful year, Internet Week New York 2010 will take place from June 7th – 14th, culminating with the 14th Annual Webby Awards on June 14th.
First held in 2008, Internet Week New York is an annual weeklong event celebrating New York's Internet industry and community.
The 2009 festival drew an estimated 15,000 people, including such industry luminaries as Al Gore, Barry Diller, Rupert Murdoch, Martha Stewart, and Twitter co-founders Jack Dorsey and Biz Stone. Over 110 conferences, panels, exhibits, screenings, and networking events were hosted by a broad array of companies and organizations, including YouTube, Yelp, Digg, Time Warner, Mediabistro, Digitas, CollegeHumor, and Microsoft.
Reflecting the Internet's open structure, any organization – from artists and investment banks to startups and meetups – can host an event during Internet Week New York 2010. To learn more about sponsorship and event opportunities, visit internetweekny
The festival is organized by the International Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences (IADAS), in cooperation with the Mayor's Office of Film, Theatre and Broadcasting.