About Roger Maloney

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Roger Maloney is the founder of Ufront Media Insights a media news blog, interviewing media leaders from the world of advertising, technology, social and traditional media. It is definitely apparent that is he is no stranger to media, also having various experience working with and for media companies such HBO, KATZ MEDIA, MTV, BET, GREY ADVERTISING and EMMIS Broadcasting,Health Science Center, Billboard Magazine Music Conference and Social Media Week. His Background further includes his work as a entertainment program coordinator, constantly monitor shifting and fragmented audience tastes to build a morning, daytime and prime-time TV schedule that draws the most viewers possible. 

Roger Maloney is both a speaker, event planner, and reporter high demand, he has been a speaker for the Pivot Conference:Social Media Gives Back, which trains small business entrepreneurs on how to effective use social media and to promote video content. He as a reporter he as covered conferences such the IAB DIGITIAL NEWFRONTS, ADTECH Conference, Advertising Week, Consumer Electronics Show in New York City.

His keen insights into media has taken him into the field of education as a media literacy expert and career development specialist for NYC Board of Education where he creates media related  conferences for various colleges, high schools, middle schools and elementary schools in NYC as well as program such as Building Partnerships for NYC Schools which connects executives from the technology and media with students on various grade levels.


For Booking and Speaking Opportunities: email- 347-878-9657


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