London, U.K. (PRWEB) May 06, 2011
For all media businesses -- newspapers, magazines, books and broadcast -- the increasing consumption of content via mobile platforms (smartphones, eReaders, apps and tablets) represents a significant market shift.
Many different business models and monetisation strategies are emerging but we are in the early days of a fundamental revolution. On June 14th in London http://www.TheMediaBriefing.com are organising a major one day conference to examine all aspects of mobile delivery. The conference will hear case studies of what the major media companies are trying. We look at the strategy behind the different models and allow delegates to learn from their peers.
Speakers for this conference include:
- Ronan de Renesse, Senior Analyst, Screen Digest
- Illico Elia, Head of Consumer Mobile, Reuters
- John Barnes, Managing Director, Digital & Tech, Incisive Media
- Tim Rowell, Director of Mobile Development, Telegraph Media Group
- Paul Lyonette, Head of Mobile Advertising EMEA, Microsoft Advertising
- Tom Standage, Digital Editor, The Economist
- Rebekah Billingsley, Publisher, Mobile Services, BBC Worldwide
- Dominic Jacquesson, Media Analyst, Ink on Dead Trees
- Jonathon Moore, Head of Product Development, Guardian News & Media
- Justin Moodie, Digital Publisher, Dorling Kindersley
- David Gibbs, General Manager - Mobile, BSkyB
- Staffan Ekholm, CEO, Bonnier Moving Media+
- Chris Newell, CEO, ImpulsePay
- Nic Newman, Consultant & Former Controller, Future Media & Technology, BBC
The conference has proven to be extremely popular and looks likely to sell out.
Delegates can reserve places before 20th May and save £50 off the standard cost of registration.
Full details can be found at: http://mobilemedia.themediabriefing.com/registration/
Mobile Media Strategies is kindly sponsored by ImpulsePay, Mobiletech and Digirati.