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An Invitation To Boston-Area Startups

InformationWeek's Startup City TV crew will be in Boston on July 22 for our next round of videotaped interviews with local tech startups. The schedule still has a few openings, so if your new company has 15 minutes and a compelling story to tell, apply now.

InformationWeek's Startup City TV crew will be in Boston on July 22 for our next round of videotaped interviews with local tech startups. The schedule still has a few openings, so if your new company has 15 minutes and a compelling story to tell, apply now.Startup City TV is a great way to get business-oriented startups in front of InformationWeek's influential audience of IT pros. The 5-minute video interviews are conducted by myself or another InformationWeek editor, then posted on our Startup City blog and on TechWeb's YouTube channel.

If you want to see how this works, check out my post on Startup City's recent road trip to Pittsburgh: "Penguins, Pirates, Steelers, And Startups."

We'll also be in San Francisco on Aug. 19. To apply for Startup City TV in Boston or San Francisco, go to InformationWeek.com/startupcitytv.

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