PREMIER NATIONAL MEDIA CONFERENCE
Seminars Help Women Utilize Media in their Careers
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March 12, 2015 – Dallas, Texas – As a part of its premier annual National Media Conference and Platinum Awards Gala, the Christian Women in Media Association (CWIMA) is focusing on the symptoms of domestic violence that appear before the physical abuse starts. June Hunt, host of the national call-in show Hope in the Night, will lead round-table discussions on the topic during the conference. The conference is being held in Dallas, Texas April 30 through May 2, 2015, at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Dallas Near the Galleria located at 4099 Valley View Lane, Dallas, Texas 75244
During the round table discussions June Hunt will educate the attendees by addressing the session on the causes and solutions of domestic violence. She has a passion for helping others to heal issues of the heart. June is one of the world’s leading Biblical counselors and has helped countless listeners in 900 radio markets around the world. She helps them by exploring solutions for topics ranging from anger and depression to marriage and parenting. June is also an accomplished recording artist and author of several books including How to Rise Above Abuse. June will also be an award presenter at the Platinum Awards Gala on May 2, 2015.
“Our desire as an organization is to educate women about the rise of domestic violence in our nation using our media outlets. We want to bring attention and help to the women who are suffering,” said CWIMA President Suellen Roberts. “We also want people to understand the warning signs of emotional and financial abuse are there many times before the physical abuse starts.”
In addition,the CWIMA annual National Media Conference will provide a spectrum of seminars led by women of faith in the media from across the country. This year’s all-star lineup features actress Jennifer O’Neill, as well as comedienne Anita Renfroe and Christian Broadcasting Network Anchor Wendy Griffith. 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.
CWIMA conference attendees will learn how to get their books published, how to package their ideas so TV and movie producers will want to utilize them, the latest trends in social media, as well as how to build their brand while monetizing their media business.
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.