Well, for a start there are some really significant names to lead our thinking. BBC1 Controller Danny Cohen will be joining us to talk about the view from the top of Britain’s most popular TV network. Media consultant Tim Suter will be asking Who owns the media – and why does it matter? And Moral Maze joins child protection specialist Roger Darlington to debate whether the internet should be regulated.
Then there are practical How and Why sessions offering expert advice on everything from podcasting to pitching and from audio story-telling to getting your story into the news. And there’s a great deal more besides. If you take faith seriously and you care about the media it’s unmissable.
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But probably the best reason to get to the Church and Media Conference is to network with friends and colleagues from across the industry.
The conference will take place from Monday 13th – Tuesday 14th June 2011 at the Hayes Conference Centre, Derbyshire. If you haven’t booked your place yet click here for more details about the conference and online booking. There are substantial discounts for early booking, so don’t delay.
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Director, Church and Media Network