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Survival Kit For The Digital Jungle

Bear Grylls and Ray Mears are slugging it out for the title of best TV survival expert. Meanwhile there’s no doubting who’s best to help you survive in the digital jungle.

The annual Churches’ Media Conference is just two weeks away. Have you booked yet? If not, there are so many reasons why you should be there.

Facing up to the digital future
This year’s conference has been designed to help you face up to digital the future with challenging input from industry experts, programme-makers and faith leaders. Key contributors include BBC technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones on the digital future, broadcasting analyst Tim Gardam on safeguarding values and Clarence Mitchell on the inside story of the McCann’s and the media. Plus major sessions on digital convergence, new media ethics and new initiatives in faith broadcasting. And Labib Madanat comes to us direct from Gaza with a unique experience of working in one of the world’s most difficult places.

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If that wasn’t enough there will also be…

Highly relevant strands
Tackle the issues that affect you alongside others from your own industry sector. Take part in specialist strands include communications and PR, religious broadcasting, on-line, commercial radio and local media.

The Blue Room
Get your hands on the latest digital kit inThe Blue Room, our technology playground. See and experience the very latest in gaming consoles, mobile and PC devices, and new ways of accessing content in the home, courtesy of the BBC and Sony.

Preview screenings
See previews of the year’s big films including Disney’s Prince Caspian and BBC2’s God on Trial, as well as shorts from up-coming producers.

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Entertainment and refreshment
Enjoy top flight comedy from the amazing Milton Jones and cool cocktail jazz from Still Time Band. Make new contacts, meet old friends, relax in the bar or take part in the optional worship programme.

Brand new conference fringe
Join in the ad hoc debates, screenings, soapboxes and workshops”¦or offer a session of your own and get the conference talking.

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There’s no other annual gathering like the Churches’ Media Conference.

I hope you will be there.

The conference is organised by the Churches’ Media Council and sponsored by Bible Society.

Tony is a Superintendent Methodist Minister, broadcaster and author. He is a radio presenter with Premier Christian Radio and a regular contributor to BBC Radio 2's Pause for Thought (5.45 am). Tony is married with two children and four grandchildren.

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