If you’ve already booked your place at the Churches’ Media Conference, congratulations!
This is set to be our biggest and most impact-ful conference to date.
If you haven’t booked yet, please hurry! Residential passes are almost sold out. But there is still plenty of room for day visitors.
Don’t miss the opportunity to hear:
Baroness Scotland (the Attorney General) on the challenges of making room for faith in the public arena;
Journalist and broadcaster Ed Stourton on the state of the media;
Social media expert Nick Booth on the role of the internet in reviving local democracy;
OFCOM’s Philip Graf and the BBC’s Torin Douglas on the future of Public Service Broadcasting;
Journalist and commentator John Lloyd asking what are the media doing to our politics;
Computer games guru Paul Jackson on the rise and rise of online entertainment;
Theologian Mona Siddiqui on the changing face of God in the media.
World Vision’s Mike French on the role of the media in international development;
…plus fringe events, sector-bas ed strands, networking opportunities, top-class entertainment and a great deal more.
For full information, and to book your place, just click here.
The Churches’ Media Conference is generously supported by Bible Society.