Media 140 London Twitter Conference 20th May 2009
Tomorrow sees the start of the Media 140 London Twitter Conference 20th May 2009.
“The event will bring together journalists, bloggers, social media advocates and publishers to share and discuss the effects and impact of twitter and other social media tools on mainstream media.”
“Media140 was founded in February 2009 as an independent platform for discussion, debate, workshops and press coverage of European events. We focus on the emerging trends in ‘realtime’ media looking specifically at the use of microblogging technologies such as twitter and similar social media technologies in relation to major media industries such as journalism, advertising, marketing and PR.
We are running our inaugural event in London on the 20th May focusing on ‘the future of realtime news’. The event will bring together journalists, bloggers, social media advocates and publishers to share and discuss the effects and impact of twitter and other social media tools on mainstream media.”
You can follow the event by searching for #media140.
Media 140 Speakers include:
@theplayethic Writer, Musician, Theorist and Activist
@mikebutcher Editor of TechCrunch Europe
Blogs Editor, Guardian
@timesjoanna Web Editor,The Times Online
@darrenwaters Technology Editor, BBC
CEO & Founder Tweetmeme.com & fav.or.it
@simongrice Founder, Ideas.org
@jeffpulver Entrepreneur, Investor and Activist
Online News Editor,
Birmingham City University
Head of New Media, Al Jazeera
Media 140 Media Bloggers include
Paula Goes- @paulagoes, Dan Thorton- @badgergravling, Benjamin Dyer- @benjamindyer, Dan Martin- @dan_martin, Mike Atherton- @sizemore, Ana Brasil- @ana_brasil, Vikki Chowney- @vikkichowney, Brian Condon- @brian_condon, Sheamus Bennett- @sheamus, Kate Day- @kate_day, Ian Aitch- @iainaitch, Laurence (Lolly)- @blogtillyoudrop, Basheera Khan- @bash
If you would like to go to the Media 140 London Twitter Conference 20th May 2009 there are still evening tickets available here.
4 comments on “Media 140 London Twitter Conference 20th May 2009”
Great post! I’ll subscribe right now wth my feedreader software!
I hope there’s another one of these next year because it would be fantastic to go and see how different people use social media and listen to how different bloggers approached their own blogs. It would be a really great place for people to interact with one another as well and do some networking.
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