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2008 London Media Summit

Posted by Adcoms on 13 November 2008

On Monday 24th November the London Business School Media Club will be hosting the 2008 London Media Summit. The summit titled ‘The Great Debate: How can ‘old’ media survive?’ will focus on the future of four traditional media platforms; music, print, film and television.

Now in its sixth year, the summit has attracted a high profile panel and key note speakers including:

  • Jon Snow, Channel 4 Newsreader

  • Mark Thompson, Director General of the BBC

  • Alan Rusbridger, Editor-in-chief of the Guardian News & Medi

  • Stewart Till, Chairman of the UK Film Council

  • Bill Roedy, Chairman and CEO, MTV Networks International

Keynote speakers and panellists will address the significance of ‘old’ media in politics, society and democracy and explore the impact of change on an industry that educates, informs and entertains people around the world. Speakers will also offer a business roadmap outlining how traditional media companies can best react to change.

To find out more visit the Summit website. There are limited tickets still available.

MBA TV will be at the London Media Summit capturing the highlights, so watch this space for the coverage at the end of this year.


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