Thursday, 2 June 2011

The Future of Content Debate will examine who will generate content in the future, how this will change the PR, marketing and publishing industries / Speakers include Jorn Lyssegen - Meltwater CEO


Jorn Lyssegen - Meltwater CEO




Date  06 June 2011 Time19:00 - 21:00 Location The British Library, St Pancras 96, Euston Road, London, NW1 2DB





Overview

Keynote followed by panel debate examining the future of content

Description

The Future of Content will examine who will generate content in the future, how this will change the PR, marketing and publishing industries, how individuals will consume content and how/whether content could/will be monetised going forward. The Future of Content debate will be introduced by a keynote from Richard Sambrook (see below). Matthew Gwyther will then chair a panel discussion before inviting questions from the floor.

Keynote

Richard Sambrook, Global Vice Chairman/Chief Content Officer at Edelman (formerly the Director of BBC News and World Service)

Panel Chairman

Matthew Gwyther - editor of Management Today

Panelists:
•Jorn Lyssegen - Meltwater CEO

•Francis Ingham - PRCA CEO

•David Pugh - NLA managing director

•Helen Dunne - editor of CorpComms magazine

•Professor Bently - Professor of Law Cambridge (IP specialist)

To apply to attend: please contact richard.ellis@prca.org.uk
via prca.org.uk  
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