Jimmy spoke at the State Bar of California’s Intellectual Property in Entertainment & Media conference in Los Angeles, California. His presentation was “Socially Interactive: IP and Digital Privacy Issues With Social Media.” Visit the State Bar of California IP Law Section’s website to learn more about the event.
Jimmy spoke on a panel for the Beverly Hills Bar Association’s Entertainment section. The topic was “Digital Distribution: Revolutionary, Destructive or Both?” More information about the event is available on the BHBA website.
For the Association of Media and Entertainment Counsel, Jimmy delivered presentations about “Privacy Risks with Digital Delivery of Entertainment & Media Content.” He spoke on the topic in Beverly Hills on January 23, and in New York the following week.
Jimmy talks about his new editorial on the need for minority LGBT role models AND to cover this week’s news with Ken. A must-listen episode!Listen to the entire radio interview here: Jimmy Nguyen interview on the “This Show Is So Gay” radio show. Or visit the show’s web site and listen there at http://www.thisshowissogay.com/node/457
Jimmy spoke at the Global Connections Lecture Series hosted at Santa Monica College. The series invites speakers on campus to discuss the effects, benefits and drawbacks of globalization.
Jimmy’s lecture was entitled, “Online Piracy: The Current Battleground for Protecting Intellectual Property on the Internet.”
Visit the Santa Monica College’s web site to learn more about the Global Connections Lecture series.
Jimmy discusses the “It Gets Better” theatre project and its anti-bullying LGBT message on tour in Iowa.Listen to the entire radio interview here: Jimmy Nguyen interview on the “This Show Is So Gay” radio show. Or visit the show’s web site and listen there at http://www.thisshowissogay.com/node/457
Also, read Jimmy’ s latest article posted on The Advocate.com.
Jimmy is the keynote speaker at the Third Annual Asian Summit in Arlington, Virginia. The Summit is hosted by the Asian Student Leaders group at Wakefield High School.
This year’s Summit theme is “What’s Stopping Us?” to explore what barriers Asian American students will face on their road to success.
Jimmy’s keynote address will be titled “From Shy to Shine.” Using stories from his own life and career experience, Jimmy hopes to inspire young Asian Americans to find their own way to SHINE.
Jimmy discusses the upcoming “It Gets Better” theatre project that hopes to tour the country to share its anti-bullying LGBT message.Listen to the entire radio interview here: Jimmy Nguyen interview on the “This Show Is So Gay” radio show. Or visit the show’s web site and listen there at http://thisshowissogay.com/node/399 Please support the “It Gets Better” project. Learn more and learn how to donate funds here.
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