CELEBRITIES FEATURED IN PREMIERE MEDIA CONFERENCE
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February 11, 2015, Dallas, Texas -Celebrities are featured on the main stage of the premiere National Media Conference & Platinum Awards Gala in Dallas, TX. This year’s all-star lineup features actress, Jennifer O’Neill, as well as comedienne Anita Renfroe. Mark Fincannon, Vice-President of Fincannon & Associates Motion Picture and Television Casting, will also share his vast knowledge of the film and television industry. In addition, award-winning Gospel recording artist, Babbie Mason, will entertain CWIMA conference goers.
Media professionals from all over the country will gather April 30 through May 2, 2015 for the Christian Women in Media Association (CWIMA) Annual National Media Conference. The conference will be held in Dallas, Texas, at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel located at 4099 Valley View Lane, Dallas, Texas 75244.
Conference attendees will receive valuable information on how to break into the motion picture and television industries from some of the most successful people in the business. This year’s all-star lineup features actress, Jennifer O’Neill, as well as comedienne Anita Renfroe. Mark Fincannon, Vice-President of Fincannon & Associates Motion Picture and Television Casting, will also share his vast knowledge of the film and television industry. In addition, award-winning Gospel recording artist, Babbie Mason, will entertain CWIMA conference goers.
“It is an impressive group of media professionals we’ve gathered at this year’s Annual National Media Conference,” said Suellen Roberts, Founder and President of Christian Women in Media. “The women who attend will learn from some of the best in the country.” Jennifer O’Neill is on the Top Women in Media Panel and will also moderate the seminar, “From Concept to the Big Screen: How to Make Your Film Idea a Successful Reality.” O’Neill is an acclaimed model, actress, film and television star. She has appeared in more than 35 feature films and numerous television movies. O’Neill is most famous for her role in Summer of 42, still one of home videos’ most popular titles.
Comedienne, Anita Renfroe, will provide her unique brand of humor at the CWIMA Annual National Media Conference. Renfroe tours with her own comedy concerts and inspirational women’s conferences across the country. She’s been featured on ABC’s Good Morning America, Dr. Phil, CBS’s The Early Show, Fox News Channel’s Fox & Friends, Oprah & Friends, Nickelodeon’s Mom’s Night Out, and others. Her most recent DVD is “I’m Not High Maintenance, Just Low Tolerance” released in spring 2012. Movie Executive, Mark Fincannon, will be one of the national conference keynote speakers. His company, Fincannon & Associates Motion Picture and Television Casting, is the winner of three Primetime Emmy Awards and has produced or worked with over 125 feature films, 200 episodics, 125 movies of the week, hundreds of commercials, as well as six mini-series.
Babbie Mason is a Dove award-winning singer-songwriter of Christian music. Her career has blessed thousands of people over three decades. Babbie has performed at numerous Billy Graham Crusades worldwide, Women of Faith Conferences, the Grammy Awards, and at Carnegie Hall. She’s shared the platform with United States Presidents, England’s Lady Margaret Thatcher, General Colin Powell, Steve Forbes, and Jeff Foxworthy.
For more information about the CWIMA conference, visit www.cwima.org
About Christian Women in Media Association: Christian Women in Media Association (CWIMA) is a professional association dedicated to connecting women in purpose and vision. With a national platform focused on impacting our culture through media, our members work in the fields of social media, film, TV, radio, publishing, music, the arts, and entertainment. The organization promotes and provides opportunities for industry networking, professional equipping, and spiritual inspiration. CWIMA provides national conferences, music showcases, regional events, local networks, and international outreach.
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