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Rivermaya to perform live at the 1st Catholic Social Media Summit
Participants of the 1st Catholic Social Media Summit are in for a treat! Not only are they to hear social media experts speak—they will also get to see Rivermaya perform live during the summit.
YouthPinoy internal vice president and CSMS event head April Frances Ortigas confirmed that Rivermaya will be the surprise guest at the summit.
Ortigas encouraged representatives of youth groups, parish communities, schools and organizations not to miss the summit and Rivermaya concert especially as registration ends today.
She said the P1,000 registration fee for the summit is already a good deal, considering that it already includes a free Rivermaya concert.
Speakers at the summit includes Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Tagle, Fr. Stephen Cuyos, MSC of the Communications Foundation for Asia, Msgr. Pedro Quitorio III of the CBCP Media Office, film producer Alemberg Ang, GMA7 senior news anchor Mark Zambrano, Carlo Ople of TV5, Arvie de Vera of Unionbank, and internet marketing consultant Jomar Hilario.
Being organized by YouthPinoy, in partnership with the CBCP Media Office, CBCP Episcopal Commission on Youth, CBCP Episcopal Commission on Mission, +BIG, and the Catholic Media Network, the summit is the first nationwide confab to discuss how the Catholic Church and the lay faithful can exploit social media to benefit their evangelization and mission works.
Registration fee, including summit kit, meals and certificate, costs P1,000 per participant. Interested parties can register at the YouthPinoy office, 3rd Floor CBCP Building, 470 Gen. Luna St. in Intramuros, Manila, or contact Ms. Nirva Delacruz through mobile: +639321469436/+639164831443; landline: +6327096486; and email: email@example.com.
Registration ends today, July 6. Details of the summit, such as the program, registration guidelines, and summit files, are available online atwww.youthpinoy.com. (YouthPinoy)