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Japan Elects “Most Beautiful College Student”

A young woman from Tokyo has been elected as “Miss of Miss Campus Queen” for 2020, bound to accrue her a lot of unsavory followers on social media. 20-year-old Moe Ishiwaki has won the title of “the most beautiful university student in Japan”. The aspiring actress, model and variety show tarento is currently studying at […]
Tags: Japan, Awards, Events, University, Tokyo, Anime, Beauty Queens, Moe Ishiwaki


AMA on Building Global SAAS. The WhatFix Journey with Khadim Batti [Monday, 5 PM Huddle]

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Tags: Business, Events, Ama, Khadim Batti


2020 North American International Auto Show Canceled Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

The North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit has been canceled as the Coronavirus continues to spread throughout Michigan. The cancellation comes as the Federal Emergency Management Agency is expected to repurpose the TCF Center, the venue in which NAIAS is held in downtown Detroit, as a temporary field hospital. All tickets purchased for the 2020 North American International Auto Show, including the Public Show, Industry Preview, and Charity Preview will be fully refunded. ...
Tags: Berlin, Events, Autos, Michigan, North, Detroit, North American International Auto Show, Naias, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Detroit Michigan, North American International Auto Show NAIAS, Alberts, Car News, Automoblog, Charity Preview, Rod Alberts


Twitch to Host Coronavirus Relief Funding Stream

Livestreaming giant Twitch will be hosting a special charity relief stream amid the Covid-19 Coronavirus pandemic, bringing together various popular artists and streamers on the platform. The 12-hour stream’s goal is to spread the message to the wider community of the importance of staying at home to mitigate the spread of the virus; it will […]
Tags: Health, Charity, International, Events, Anime, Livestream, Announcements, Twitch, Coronavirus, Host Coronavirus Relief Funding Stream


Coronavirus Cancels Comiket

The 98th Comiket event has been cancelled due to, as many have probably already assumed, the ongoing Coronavirus outbreak. The summer Comiket event (Comiket being one of the largest gatherings in Japan) scheduled to begin on May 2nd has been called off due to escalating fears of the Chinese virus that is running rampant across […]
Tags: Japan, Events, Tokyo, Anime, Announcements, Cancellations, Comiket, Coronavirus


Marketing in the time of crisis: AMA with Ankur Warikoo

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Tags: Business, Events, Ama, Ankur Warikoo


O'Reilly Media shutters its conference business forever

O'Reilly Media's events, from the old Emerging Tech Conference and OSCON to FOO Camps and Strata, have long been energized gatherings of geeks from around the world. Sadly, O'Reilly president Laura Baldwin has announced the end of O'Reilly's in-person events division. That marks the end of an era in computer culture. From O'Reilly: It has been a rough few weeks as we’ve seen the COVID-19 virus take a toll on our livelihoods, our families and the world economy. People are losing their lives,...
Tags: Post, Business, News, Events, Computers, Conferences, Reilly, O'Reilly, OSCON, O Reilly Media, Geeks, Laura Baldwin, Strata California, Strata London


Radiodays Europe postpones Podcast Day London

PODCAST DAY by Radiodays Europe in London 2020 has been postponed due to the on-going Coronavirus crisis. The new date for this year will be Monday 26 October 2020 and the location for the conference remains The Mermaid in central London. In making the announcement, organsers say: “We would like to thank our speakers and participants for their continuing support! “For more information in the coming months please visit the PODCAST DAY by Radiodays Europe website.” Radiodays Europe has also be...
Tags: London, Podcasts, Events, Radio, Lisbon, Radiodays Europe, Coronavirus, Podcast Day


Radiocentre Tuning In 2020 event postponed

The Radiocentre Tuning In radio conference for 2020 in London has been postponed due to the coronavirus situation. The event was due to take place during Radio Audio Week on May 19th at Cineworld Cinema London Leicester Square, but all other events including the Radio Festival and British Podcast Awards the same week have also been postponed. A statement from Radiocentre says: “Given the current climate and the unnerving times we are all living through, we have decided that Tuning In 2020 wil...
Tags: London, Top, Events, Industry, Radio, Radiocentre, Cineworld Cinema London Leicester Square


Tokyo 2020 Olympics Officially Delayed Until Possibly 2021

The International Olympic Committee had pondered the possibility of delaying the Tokyo 2020 Olympics due to growing concerns with the worldwide Coronavirus problem, and has now officially decided to do so (possibly until 2021). Letters were initially distributed to participating athletes by Committee President Thomas Bach, they clarified the possibility and the reasoning behind why […]
Tags: Japan, Medical, Sports, Events, Olympics, Tokyo, Anime, Delays, International Olympic Committee, Committee, Thomas Bach, Coronavirus


ProgramBuyer to Launch Free Virtual Content Showcase

Online screening portal ProgramBuyer will launch a free digital service uniting buyers and sellers affected by the cancellation of MipTV. From March 30, those now unable to meet physically will be able to access the new “Mip Releases” section on the ProgramBuyer portal. Any distributor, including ProgramBuyer subscribers and non-subscribers, will be able to access […]
Tags: Health, Television, News, Global, Events, MIPTV


How the coronavirus has made the CDC more valuable than ever

On July 1, 1946, the Communicable Disease Center was founded. It is still called the CDC but its full name is the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The agency was established the year after World War II ended, descended from the wartime agency, Malaria Control in War Areas and was part of the United States Public Health Service. The CDC began on the sixth floor of the Volunteer Building on Peachtree Street in Atlanta, hundreds of miles from Washington, D.C., because its initial mission...
Tags: News, Cdc, Washington, Environment, California News, Events, Infographic, Atlanta, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Disease, Epa, Seattle, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Emory University


How the coronavirus has made the CDC more valuble than ever

On July 1, 1946, the Communicable Disease Center was founded. It is still called the CDC but its full name is the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The agency was established the year after World War II ended, descended from the wartime agency, Malaria Control in War Areas and was part of the United States Public Health Service. The CDC began on the sixth floor of the Volunteer Building on Peachtree Street in Atlanta, hundreds of miles from Washington, D.C., because its initial mission...
Tags: News, Cdc, Washington, Environment, California News, Events, Infographic, Atlanta, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Disease, Epa, Seattle, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Emory University


F1 and INDYCAR Launch Virtual Racing Series

It started in the wake of Formula E suspending its season for two months, then Formula 1 cancelling the Australian Grand Prix because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Jean-Eric Verge (JEV), the two-time ABB FIA Formula E Champion, posted a modest proposal on social media and tagged other drivers: “To all my fellow friends racing drivers who won’t race in the next 2 months: should we create an online championship and race?” A day later, JEV posted a graphic with the tag “Not the AUS GP” – Real F1 Driver...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Events, Racing, Williams, F1, Ferrari, Real Madrid, Autos, Mclaren, Formula 1, Formula E, Toro Rosso, Mercedes, Bahrain, Esports


Google cancels I/O developer conference in light of COVID-19 crisis

Google announced on Twitter today that it was canceling its annual I/O developer conference out of concern for the health and safety of all involved. It will not be holding any online conference in its place either. “Out of concern for the health and safety of our developers, employees, and local communities — and in line with recent ‘shelter in place’ orders by the local Bay Area counties — we sadly will not be holding I/O in any capacity this year,” the company tweeted. This is not a small ...
Tags: Google, TC, Cloud, Enterprise, Developer, Events, Tech, Google I/o, Bay Area, Developer Conferences, Coronavirus, COVID-19


Let’s kick this bug in the nuts – FREE WEBINAR

Hey Folks – I know there are lots of people doing this now, and I love that they are. Darren Finkelstein and I are going to host a weekly webinar, Read More …
Tags: Sales, Events, Featured Posts, Darren Finkelstein


Announcing the first Huddle: Pallav Nadhani, FusionCharts on Bootstrapping, Building Product led growth business..and a lot more.

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Announcing: NextBigWhat Huddle. Every day. With Community.

ProductGeeks. Come together. Every day, 5 PM. More The post Announcing: NextBigWhat Huddle. Every day. With Community. appeared first on NextBigWhat.
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Rescheduled dates announced for Radiodays Europe

Radiodays Europe is now scheduled for December 13th to 15th after being postponed due to the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak. Organisers are hoping the new dates will stick, and radio professionals from around Europe and around the world will be able to travel to the event. The location and venue remain the same – Centro de Congresses de Lisbon in Portugal – and all tickets are valid for the new dates. More details will be announced in due course, but for now the team behind the event say: “We ...
Tags: Europe, Events, Radio, Portugal, Radiodays Europe, Centro de Congresses de Lisbon


The Quail Motorcycle Gathering Rescheduled for Next Year

Coronavirus Strikes Again! You can just expect that pretty much any motorcycle event coming up will be postponed or canceled due to the Coronavirus. Now The Quail Motorcycle Gathering in California has been rescheduled for May 15 of 2021. Bumping the event to next year is really the smartest move because nobody knows what will happen with the virus at this point. In a press release, the organizers of the event wrote the following: “After careful consideration, and in adherence with recommendati...
Tags: California, Events, Motorcycles, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Motorcycle News, Quail Lodge Golf Club, The Quail


AutoSens Detroit Postponed Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

AutoSens Detroit is postponed until November amid the global Coronavirus outbreak. The three-day workshop, conference, and exhibition centered on vehicle perception technology and autonomous driving was originally scheduled for May 12th through the 14th at the Michigan Science Center. “After extensive consultation with our key stakeholders, it is clear it would be impossible to run a successful face-to-face conference in Detroit this May,” writes Robert Stead, Managing Director of AutoSens ...
Tags: Hong Kong, Berlin, Events, Autos, World Health Organization, Michigan, Brussels, Detroit, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, UAW, Detroit Michigan, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, Car News, Alex Hartman, Michigan Science Center, Automoblog


Where top VCs are investing in remote events

The novel coronavirus pandemic has rapidly moved companies into a remote-first world. Nearly all of the world’s largest events have been canceled, put on pause or pivoted to online-only. In the tech world, event cancellations thus far have included SXSW, GDC, Mobile World Congress, Google I/O, Facebook F8, E3 and others. As more and more hosts consider staging fully remote events as possible alternatives, we decided to take a deeper look into the venture-backed startups focused on supporting lar...
Tags: Fundings & Exits, Startups, Video, Events, Tech, Fundraising, Venture Capital, Virtual Reality, Andreessen Horowitz, TechStars, Northzone, Paul Murphy, Conferences, Accel Partners, Index Ventures, Connie Chan


WrestleMania 36 is Still Happening, But With a Limited Staff and No Live Audience

While endless entertainment events have been canceled, movie theaters have closed down, and essentially all sports have been suspended, the WWE isn’t going to let the coronavirus stop one of their biggest events of the year. WrestleMania 36 was slated to take place on April 5 at the Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida with thousands of spectators. The event isn’t canceled, but instead, it will be moved to the WWE training facility in Orlando, Florida, and there will be no audience in attend...
Tags: Television, Movies, Sports, Events, Espn, Wrestlemania, Wwe, Tampa Bay, Orlando Florida, Tampa Florida, Raymond James Stadium, WWE Performance Center


Hospital Radio Conference and Awards 2020 cancelled

The Hospital Broadcasting Association has decided to cancel its annual conference and awards ceremony, which was due to run from Friday 27th March to Sunday 29th March in Bolton, due to COVID-19. A statement on the HBA website says the decision has not been taken lightly but is the right thing to do in the current circumstances. The winners for the annual awards will be announced via a webcast. “Whilst we appreciate this will be disappointing news, we have to put safety of our delegates and v...
Tags: UK, Awards, Events, Paypal, Radio, NHS, Bolton, HBA, Hospital Radio, National Hospital Radio Awards, Hospital Broadcasting Association, COVID, Hospital Radio Conference, Grant McNaughton


The Radio Academy postpones Radio Festival 2020

This year’s Radio Festival will not take place on May 18th due to the coronavirus. The Radio Academy was booked into the British Library for another day of industry insights, presentations and interviews but now the event will move to a different, as yet unannounced date. The Radio Festival was part of Radio Audio Week – which includes the Radiocentre Tuning In event (which is currently still scheduled to go ahead) and the British Podcast Awards (now postponed till 7th July). Other radio indu...
Tags: Top, Events, Industry, Radio, Essex, Alerts, Radio Academy, Radio Hub, The Radio Festival


Eventbrite confirms the coronavirus outbreak will materially impact its business

Global ticketing and events business Eventbrite announced this morning its business outlook will be materially impacted by the COVD-19 pandemic, as many have already suspected. Specifically, the company says it’s withdrawing its outlook for the first quarter of 2020 as a result of the “growing impact” the outbreak is having on global live events. The announcement comes at a time when many places around the world have banned large gatherings —including U.S. states like California, New York and...
Tags: Health, TC, Cdc, Washington, Events, Tech, Eventbrite, California New York, Live Events, Julia Hartz Eventbrite, Coronavirus, COVID-19


Girls und Panzer Senshadou Daisakusen Adds Semi-Transparent Outfits for White Day

Smartphone game addicts in need of new outfits, characters, collectibles or other types of gacha items might be particularly enchanted by the latest additions to Girls und Panzer Senshadou Daisakusen as they dress the franchise’s girls in some spicy see-through outfits. As part of the game’s “White Day Student Gacha“, new acquirable versions of Girls […]
Tags: Games, Events, Smartphones, Anime, Oppai, Pantsu, Image Gallery, Gacha, Casuals, Panzer Senshadou Daisakusen


French Mayor Defends Real Life Smurf Gathering Among Coronavirus Epidemic

French city Landerneau paid no heed to the worldwide Coronavirus epidemic in an attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the largest amount of people dressed as Smurfs gathered in one place, surely a worthwhile endeavor considering their potential acquisition of the record may go unbeaten for quite some time (considering the existence of […]
Tags: Health, France, International, Events, Bizarre, Records, Anime, Cosplay, Coronavirus, Landerneau


Alamo Drafthouse Hosting ‘Tommy Boy’ 25th Anniversary Movie Party Screenings, If You Dare

Things are getting scary out there right now as the coronavirus spreads across the United States. While it’s probably best to stay at home and practice social distancing to slow the spread of this pandemic, obviously people can get a little stir crazy, and maybe you need a little comedic relief from this stressful situation. Alamo Drafthouse may have an option for you. This year marks the 25th anniversary of Tommy Boy, and this month, Alamo Drafthouse locations (other than the closed Brooklyn a...
Tags: Comedy, New York, Movies, Cdc, Events, Brooklyn, United States, Rob Lowe, Richard, Paramount Pictures, David Spade, Chris Farley, Tommy, Yonkers, Alamo Drafthouse, Tommy Boy


OC Fair & Events Center in Costa Mesa cancels large events through June, but OC Fair is still on

OC Fair & Events Center (OCFEC) CEO Michele Richards announced this week that the Costa Mesa venue would temporarily cancel all of its larger events — some even listed as taking place well into June — due to concerns over the spread of the novel coronavirus in large groups. A press release read that OC Fair was following the directive from Gov. Gavin Newsom and the California Department of Health that was issued on Thursday and would temporarily suspend all events with an attendance of 250 peopl...
Tags: Garden, Events, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Usc, Gavin Newsom, Southern California, Cirque, Costa Mesa, Richards, LA County, Jason Gill, California Department of Health, Top Stories OCR, OC Fair