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Latest AOP News, February 8

We’ve put the finishing touches to this year’s programme of events with all aspects of the digital media landscape covered - from our B2B conference in March through to our forums on mobile, tablet and connected media, privacy and regulation. For a full listing of events and dates for your diary here.

Programmatic Trading Forum, February 13

We kick off this year’s full forum programme next week with one of the most contested issues in digital publishing: programmatic trading. Now firmly established as part of the sales mix, we look at everything you need to know from the different models. How to achieve a programmatic premium and how to protect the value of your inventory, and we ask whether the UK is ready for publisher collaboration. Highly relevant to anyone working in digital media - book your place now.

B2B Media and Marketing Conference, March 12

The programme is completed, the speakers are booked, the presentations are coming together for what will be the important B2B digital media and marketing event of 2013. Covering all the critical topics from lead generation to analytics, taking in social media, mobile and tablet strategy, content marketing and paid content models.  We’ve got the brands, the pioneers and the leaders in the world of B2B digital publishing. If B2B digital revenues are important to you, you need to be there. Book you ticket now and bring a client or agency contact for free.

Click here now for tickets

The Digital Landscape

The latest Digital Landscape Report has just been released. With the latest IPA Bellwether results, global ad spend and ad forecasts, mobile ad forecasts, along with stats on the UK online universe, trends on traffic stats, and insight from key interest areas including –Ecommerce, Mcommerce, Mobile, Social Media, Ereaders, TV & VOD – it’s an invaluable tool to help plan and shape the decisions for your business in the coming months.

The full report is available to AOP members here. John Barnes
Chairman, AOP