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IBC Show

Date:

Conference:13-17/09/18

Exhibition:14-18/09/18

Venue: Amsterdam, Netherlands

Westminster Media Forum

Date: 21/06/18

Venue: Westminster, London

Global Media Forum

Date: 11-13/06/18

Details:

Deutsche Welle's Global Media Forum is the only international media conference that brings together decision-makers and influencers from the worlds of journalism, digital media, politics, business, civil society and academia.

The 2018 GMF offers a unique interdisciplinary approach to tackling one of the defining challenges of our time: global inequalities. There are inequalities everywhere - some highly visible, others obscure and insidious. From institutionalized racism to income inequality, the digital divide and power imbalances - inequalities are deeply rooted and complex.

Venue: Bonn, Germany

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Digiday Publishing Summit Europe

Date: 15-17/10/18

Details:

Attendees will have the chance to learn from industry leaders through smart, honest discussion and develop meaningful connections with senior executives.

Join the Digiday Publishing Summit Europe to hear how publishers are focusing on audience engagement as a starting point for growth.

Venue: Barcelona, Spain

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Digiday Publishing Summit

Date: 24-26/09/18

Details:

The Digiday Publishing Summit will gather hundreds of publishing executives to discuss the challenges and opportunities of digital publishing.

Attendees will have the chance to learn from industry leaders through smart, honest discussion and develop meaningful connections with senior executives. Join us in Key Biscayne for a unique learning and networking experience.

Venue: Key Biscane, FL

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Digiday Video Summit Europe

Date: 05-07/06/18

Details:

Digiday Video Summit Europe, where top executives in video, TV and publishing will explore the new opportunities and challenges in the digital video industry.

Venue: Amsterdam, Netherlands

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Mediamixx

Date: 20-22/09/18

Details:

Mediamixх is a combination of several events - including TV Awards, speaker panels and networking events - revolving around Media's Future, Data streaming, Transfer & Distribution.

Venue: Thessaloniki, Greece

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TNW conference

Date: 24-25/05/18

Details:

The Next Web — colloquially named TNW — has been sharing, inventing and advancing tech developments since 2006.

Venue: Amsterdam, The Netherlands

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ANGA COM

Date: 12-14/06/18

Details:

ANGA COM is Europe’s leading business platform for broadband operators and content providers.

Venue: Cologne, Germany

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Digital Content Summit

Date: May 2019

Details:

The Digital Content Summit is a must-attend event for all senior professionals interested in publishing, content development, social media, digital, marketing, innovation, creative and brand management.

Venue: London, UK

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MojoFest

Date: 29-31/05/18

Details:

The next evolution in Mobile Journalism Conferences… MojoFest is more than just a conference, it is a celebration of the growing global community of professional smartphone content creators. 3 Days, 3 core elements, 30+ speakers and 300+ delegates.

1. MojoFest Conference – 3 days of keynotes, plenary discussion and workshops.

2. MojoFest Expo – A 3 day exhibition showcasing many of the leading app and accessory manufacturers that make professional mobile content creation possible.


3. MojoFest Awards – the first ever international awards show to acknowledge and celebrate the pioneers and mavericks of the mojo community.

More and more, the familiar rhythm of the news is making way for on-demand journalism—podcasts, long form, YouTube. The moment when a story appears becomes less and less relevant –what matters the most now is the storytelling voice. But, as a maker, how do you go from being omniscient and objective, to finding your own voice?

Venue: Galway, Ireland

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True Stories: 8th conference on narrative journalism

Date: 19/04 and 20/04/18

Details:

For its 8th conference on narrative journalism, Stichting Verhalende Journalistiek will explore European storytelling: who are the epic storytellers of our time, and what new journalistic storytelling forms have been on the rise in Europe?

More and more, the familiar rhythm of the news is making way for on-demand journalism—podcasts, long form, YouTube. The moment when a story appears becomes less and less relevant –what matters the most now is the storytelling voice. But, as a maker, how do you go from being omniscient and objective, to finding your own voice?

Venue: Piet Heinkade 179, 1019 HC, Amsterdam

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What can we do to tackle sexual harassment in the media?

Date: 07/03/18

Details:

This event from the Second Source discusses sexual harassment within media organisations and how best to tackle the problem. How do we make this a conversation that includes both men and women? Is there a generational difference to ideas of consent between women over the age of 30 and below? And is this a problem that is predominant in the media world, given the fragile freelance contracts of many journalists, or have they simply been provided with a larger platform to air their grievances than women in other industries?

Te panel will be chaired by Eleanor Mills, editorial of The Sunday Times, and speakers include Rachel Corp, deputy editor of ITV News; Louise Ridley, special projects editor at HuffPost UK and co-founder of The Second Source; Jasmine Andersson, investigations reporter at PinkNews; and Mark Di Stefano, media and politics reporter at BuzzFeed News.

Venue: Frontline Club, 13 Norfolk Place, London, W2 1QJ

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Bureau Local Big Council Budget Hack

Date: 03/02/18

Details:

The Bureau Local are calling on members of the public to join them in scrutinising local budget proposals in order to find out what makes the cut – and what doesn't – ahead of the government's next set of funding decisions in March.

The Bureau Local, a 500 member network that collaborates to tell untold local stories, is hosting 5 hack days in 5 cities to dig into council budget proposals in order to find and tell the stories that matter most to local communities.

The hack days, which are aimed at encouraging everything from data collection to storytelling, will be in the North West, North East, Yorkshire & Humber, West Midlands and London.

Venue: Various around the country

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Digital Radio Summit 2018

Date: 14/02/18

Details:

Greater connectivity, voice controlled devices, widening multi-platform consumption are all factors that will affect how radio be enjoyed in the future. The good news is that audiences still want radio on new platforms.

All of these new experiences are driven from metadata, additional information about services. This powers much of what can refresh the traditional radio experience for users - but what are the different ways to make this happen? And where will radio be in the future?

The Digital Radio Summit 2018 promises to discuss these topics and more. This event is part of the EBU Digital Radio Week, 12-15 February 2018.

Venue: TBA

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