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Speakers announced for Census 2011 Forum - The Datafication of Media

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The biggest opportunities, threats and digital trends shaping the UK publishing industry right now, and how the gathering and application of data is really affecting media businesses will be covered at our next event, on 7 September at the Blue Fin in Southwark. This event will give you a top line summary of insight gathered from the AOP Census - the definitive view of the digital publishing landscape. Formed from the responses of AOP Members representing more than a thousand respected brands and publications, the Census provides a forward look at what publishers feel are the top current opportunities, threats and future trends - read a summary of last year's findings. At the AOP member-exclusive Digital Directors’ Forum: Census 2011 - The Datafication of Media, case studies around mobile, video, social media and paid content strategies will be interwoven with findings from our latest Census research. Find out more / or book your place - free for AOP publisher members

Speakers

  • Patrick Fuller, Group Director, Haymarket
  • Tara Hamilton-Whitaker, Programme Director, IPC Digital
  • Nick Gee, Director of Mobile, Trader Media Group
  • Geoff Inns, Publishing Director, Consumer Media, CBS Interactive
  • Chair: John Barnes, Managing Director Digital, Incisive Media

Who Should Attend?

Digital Directors // Senior Level Executives // Heads of Business // Heads of Research

Pricing Structure

Attendance at our Forums is now free for Publisher (Board and Affiliate) Members, up to a maximum of 4 places per company. Any additional places will be invoiced at £95+vat.

Tickets for Associate Members remain at £95+vat. Non-member places are not available for this, an event exclusive to AOP members.

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