Joel Lindholm Head of CBRS LTE/5G at Facebook to Keynote the Connected Virtual Tech Event

Company announces its complete Lineup of Speakers, Panelists and Experts for next week's Virtual Trade Show

WARREN, N.J. - July 14, 2020 - PRLog -- Fifth Gen Media, producer of the Connected Virtual Tech Event announced its lineup of industry professionals and subject matter experts for the Connected Virtual Tech Event to be held on July 22ndand 23rd. The Keynote Speaker will be Joel Lindholm from Facebook who will be discussing CBRS and its implication for CRE leaders.

"After our successful April Virtual Tech Event, we wanted to continue the momentum that attendees expressed for this type of event. We have limited space for exhibits and panels but we were really pleased with how quickly this event sold out", commented Rich Berliner CEO of Fifth Gen Media. "The demand for companies wanting to address this audience was just terrific and I'm so glad that with live events being out of the question right now, we were able to bring this kind of opportunity to the communities that we serve. The fact that the event runs so well is a credit to my team and we will continue to provide these events as long as people want to pay attention to them".

In addition to the panels, Meet the Expert sessions, chat rooms, exhibits and more, the event will be distributing content from the event in Connected Real Estate's newsletters, magazine and website ( The show has gathered sponsors from all aspects of the wireless, in building, proptech, real estate etc such as Amdocs, Nokia, Anixter, JB&B, CTS, OnGo-CBRS Alliance, ZenFi, View, ThoughtWire, JMA and Crown Castle. Speakers from real estate firms like JP Flaherty from Tishman Speyer, John Gilbert from Rudin, Andrew Segal from Boxer Properties, Chris Rising from Rising Realty, Dana Getz from JLL, Adam Stanley from Cushman and Wakefield, Eric Abbott of Northwestern University, Jonathan Schultz from Onyx Equities and others.

The event is free to attend and those interested can sign up at and view all panelists, speakers, exhibitors and a complete schedule of events and times.

About Fifth Gen Media

Fifth Gen Media is a full-service digital media company and the publisher of Connected Real Estate Magazine which is published in print and digital formats each quarter. The company's mission is to help educate the Real Estate community about the changing technology landscape regarding wireless, Proptech, connectivity, technology, cybersecurity and much more. This is done with their magazine as well as webinars, white papers, face to face introductions, video interviews, etc. Fifth Gen Media also publishes a weekly newsletter which covers important news and information on what Real Estate leaders need to know to stay current on vital trends to their business. With billions of dollars being poured into Proptech investments by the industry, it is imperative that the industry stay current and educated. Fifth Gen Media is an important part of the ecosystem for this knowledge.  For news, updates and information, follow the event on Twitter at @ConnectedREmag.

Rich Berliner

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