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exchange4media is exclusive GoaFest YouTube channel partner

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exchange4media is exclusive GoaFest YouTube channel partner

The most awaited event of the year for the creative and media fraternity – Goafest 2012 has kicked off in full force on April 20, 2012 with the Ad Conclave culminating on April 19, 2012. And if you are not able to make it to the festival, all the action from the festival comes to you, on your desktops/iPads and phones through exchange4media, GoaFest’s exclusive YouTube channel partner.

exchange4media has tied up with the Association of Advertising Agencies in India (AAAI) and Ad Club of Bombay as the exclusive online video partner to expand the reach of the festival through digital media.

The content will be available on along with the festival’s official YouTube channel.

Commenting on the association, Arvind Sharma, Chairman, Organising Committee, GoaFest 2012 said, “We are really excited as we are taking the festival to the advertising, media and marketing fraternity almost real time through video streaming. I would like to thank and Google for supporting us in this endeavour.”

Stay tuned to to get an exclusive view of the conclave and knowledge seminars, interviews, opinions, winners, parties, contests and a lot more...

The feeds from Goafest will be available on:

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