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Wrong Peter Tatara?

Peter Tatara

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Background Information

Employment History

Crappy Pictures


International Director, Content and Marketing

Reed Exhibitions Limited


Event Director

Azix Inc


International Director, Content and Marketing

New York Comic Con


International Director, Programming

C2E2


Programming Director and Rebel Hero

Star Wars Celebration


Programming Manager

New York Anime Festival


President

Anime Society


Community Manager

Game Trust Inc


Affiliations

Central Park Media Corporation

Fan Community Liaison Executive


New York Anime Festival

Founder


Giant Robots Fighting God

Founder


Education

Ithaca College


Web References(186 Total References)


New York Anime Fest – Anime Ghetto 2: We Told You Not To Call It A Comeback | COLONY DROP

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Steve, some of the people at Reed (Peter Tatara, in particular) really do care about anime, and are trying to make the NYAF events as valuable to the fans as possible.
(I assume Tatara was brought under Reed's umbrella to run NYAF (as in Reed absorbed the existing event and not a Reed employee who got stuck with the job. correct me if I'm engaging in incorrect thinking). Take into account not just how NYAF was handled this year but last year. From the sound of things there's not just marginalization but INCREASED marginalization. Tatara seemingly didn't do anything to change that. I suspect he was presented with a "it's this or nothing" option. "(I assume Tatara was brought under Reed's umbrella to run NYAF (as in Reed absorbed the existing event and not a Reed employee who got stuck with the job. correct me if I'm engaging in incorrect thinking)." This is way off. Tatara was working at Reed when Reed *created* NYAF as a spinoff of NYCC. He was given the director of programming job the first year because he was a guy within Reed that cared about anime and had experience in the anime industry. He seems to wear a lot of hats at this point, though - the ReedPop site has him listed as in charge of programming at NYCC, NYAF, C2E2, and Star Wars Celebration, and as I recall from his Twitter, Reed had him spend much of this year in Singapore, preparing for SGTCC. Altho I stand corrected about Tatara, and thank you. But I've heard that name before, and not connected with Reed. Wasn't he part of one of the East Coast cons?


www.dane101.com

I attended the show's 2010 inaugural year (check out the Flicker Photostream here) and was interested to again speak with Peter Tatara of Reed Exhibitions, the group that puts on the show (along with New York Comic Con, Penny Arcade Expo East & West and others) to see what changes were in store and what he was most excited about.
In my C2E2 preview article last year Peter talked about the preparations being taken to make sure fire codes were met and that overcrowding would not be an issue. According to Peter Tatara, who is in charge of all the C2E2 programming, "We're right now tracking 53% above NYCC Year One.


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Peter Tatara, director of industry development at Reed Exhibitions, delivered a perfect example.
He oversees the company's pop culture events, including New York Comic Con, which has a massive and passionate audience. The problem? "It's three days a year," Tatara said, "So how do we extend this experience and make it thrive? Tatara proposed gatherings for a targeted audience at least once per month, keeping them loyal to the Comic Con brand (though not necessarily generating much revenue). He also said that because most of the event's attendees are active in social networks, inhabiting their space, as well as developing a personalized Web site and blog, is imperative. "This may not work for you," Tatara said, but the message behind his example is universal: Engage your audience and capitalize on the value of a two-way conversation.


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Peter Tatara, Director, Industry Development, Reed Exhibitions


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Peter Tatara, Director, Industry Development, Reed Exhibitions


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