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Making the List: What's Hot and What's Not in 2010

Join us December 2 when PRSA Silicon Valley presents the must-attend visionary event of the year at the Computer History Museum. How will the technology landscape be different a year from now? What company is poised to become the next FaceBook?

Media Predicts 2010 (Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2009) promises to be the ultimate event of the year, once again. Attendees will be able to network with many of the Silicon Valley's Who's Who, discussing - over cocktails in advance of the main event - what they think will be big in the coming year. You won't want to miss out on what promises to be a memorable evening, and you'll be first to hear from the top journalists and bloggers what the biggest technologies, companies, issues and trends will be in the year ahead.

Bring your customers, partners and colleagues along to celebrate the year and set the stage for a remarkable one ahead. Seats are limited and this event sells out annually weeks or months in advance, so we recommend you REGISTER NOW to assure your seat or table. Note that PRSA Silicon Valley will keep attendance fees at the same reasonable level to ensure attendance is not a barrier to anyone wishing to attend in a continuing tough economy. Thank you to our sponsors for making this possible!

Media Predicts 2010 Honorees:

New York Times & Bits Blog - Brad Stone
Wall Street Journal & Digits Blog - Ben Worthen
USA Today & LastWatchDog Blog - Byron Acohido
Bloomberg News - Connie Guglielmo
VentureBeat & DEMO - Matt Marshall
GigaOM - Om Malik
WIRED - Steven Levy
CNBC - Jim Goldman (Moderator)
SFGate - Duffy Jennings (Master of Ceremonies)

Comedian WILL DURST will open this year's event!

And, this year's musical entertainment includes:
Dawn Walker, Principal Flutist, Monterey Symphony, and Dan Levitan, Principal Harpist, Symphony Silicon Valley

For more details visit: http://www.prsasiliconvalley.com/Media-Predicts

Official Website: http://www.prsasiliconvalley.com/Media-Predicts

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