Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Myx TV GM Miguel Santos Moderates Panel at 3AF 2017 Asian Marketing Summit

From left, Brian Lee, founder of the New York-based Nomad Amory, a digital media company specializing in short form video publishing.  The company launched its first brand, FOMO Daily which specializes in English language video content around Asian pop culturePopular broadcast journalist, writer and editor Emil Guillermo, whose former “Amok” column in AsianWeek was considered to be the most widely read column on Asian American issues; and New America Media Director for National Media Network Odette Keeley who directs high-level projects for NAM, were the panelists for “English Speaking Asian Media: Presence and Persistence = Progress” at the recently held 3AF Asian Marketing Summit held in Koreatown in Los Angeles.

At rightmost is Myx TV General Manager Miguel Santos who moderated the panel.  Santos made his debut at the summit as a new 3AF Board Member.  He was also recently accepted as a member of the Producers Guild of America, the first from ABS-CBN International, owner and operator of theaward-winning Myx TV, the only English-language multicultural Asian American cable network in the United States, which is distributed in more than 15 million households nationwide. (Photo from 3AF)

Part of the audience at the 3AF 2017 Asian Marketing Summit.  The Summit agenda featured experts who discussed the multiple dimensions of Asian American consumers from civic participation and entrepreneurship to building a successful case for diversity and inclusion and various approaches and channels to reaching this consumer. Speakers include executives from Buzzfeed, McDonald’s Corporation, Nielsen, Tufts University, the National Asian American Survey, Sparkle Insights, Selffii Intelligence, Inc. and others.

3AF (Asian American Advertising Federation), is made up of Asian American advertising agency principals, media, advertisers and strategic partners. Its mission is to grow the Asian American advertising and marketing industry, raise public awareness of the importance of the Asian American community and further professionalism in the industry. (Photo from 3AF)

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