Journalists are busy, so we did the legwork for you and picked some of the best media events taking place this year. Hopefully, this will help you plan your agenda.
We will update this piece regularly - let us know if you hear about an event that should be featured.
Newsrewired | London, UK
15 November 2023
Since its launch in 2010, Newsrewired’s mission has been showcasing media innovations before they become trends. Join our team and some 200 media executives, journalists, academics and industry experts who will share the latest knowledge about digital publishing.
The African Investigative Journalism Conference 2023 | Johannesburg, South Africa
20 - 22 November
AIJC is the continent’s leading gathering of working journalists and showcase of the continent’s best investigative reporting.
The PPA Independent Publisher Conference by PPA | London, UK
The PPA Independent Publisher Conference delivers insightful, practical, and inspiring content. Its essential agenda will provide you with tips, tricks, and long-term publishing strategies - enabling you to deliver success within your organisation.
WAN-IFRA Paris Forum | Paris, France
28 -29 November
Every year, WAN-IFRA invites top international media executives to its Paris Forum to discuss their approach to the many challenges shared with French-speaking publishers.
The programme explores the latest developments in digital revenues, optimising subscription retention strategies, and the impact of the latest developments in artificial intelligence on newsrooms and the digital media value chain. We look forward to welcoming you to Paris on Tuesday, 28 November, for two days of discussions with our panel of international professionals and colleagues.
JournalismAI Festival | Online
5 and 6 December
The JournalismAI Fellowship Programme brings together journalists and technologists from newsrooms around the world to explore AI-powered solutions to improve and enhance journalism. On the first day of the Festival, our 2023 cohort will present their innovative projects on exciting AI-powered tools and share what they have learned along the way. The second day of the Festival features inspiring conversations and case studies from the cutting edge of journalism and artificial intelligence.
Mx3 AI | London, UK
Mx3 AI will draw together learnings from existing AI technologies - many of which have been used by publishers for years - and the potential challenges and opportunities presented by new ones. From automated local news stories to on-site generative AI chatbots, come and learn, discover and discuss use cases with fellow professionals. It is an intimate, conversation-led event exclusively for business leaders across media and media tech. To foster an environment where discussions can be productive, there are only 75 places available.
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