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ACT 3 Experience Posters: Never Underestimate the Power of Print in a Digital Age

October 13, 2012

The third annual Magazine Innovation Center’s ACT 3 Experience will take place October 23rd through the 25th at the Meek School of Journalism and New Media — The University of Mississippi. A total of 29 power speakers are converging on Oxford, MS for three days of magazines, music and Mississippi. The ACT Experience is the only gathering of media thought leaders that focuses on “Amplifying, Clarifying and Testifying” about the future of print in a digital age. Registration to this year’s event is closed and the agenda for the event can be seen here.

Two posters for the event have been designed. One featuring the theme of the event with a picture of Bob Dylan, taken by one of the ACT 3 speakers, legendary photographer Dick Waterman, and designed by Darren Sanefski, assistant professor of journalism at the Meek School of Journalism and New Media. The second poster featuring all the speakers at the ACT 3 Experience was designed by Allen Thigpen, the lead designer and web master for the Mr. Magazine™ and Magazine Innovation Center’s web and blog pages…


Download the poster here ACT3Cover


Download the poster here act3poster

A hashtag has been created for this event so you can follow the ACT 3 Experience as it happens… The hashtag is #micact

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One comment

  1. Print media has played a powerful role and will continue to do in future. I don’t think it will ever go obsolete.



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