The global one-stop shop for media executives seeking to create strategies and apply next-generation data analytics to engage audiences and grow revenue.

Confirmed Speakers

Penny Bartram

Penny Bartram
Head of Marketing
Bloomberg Media EMEA
@penny_lopey Penny Bartram LinkedIn

Tom Betts

Tom Betts
Chief Data Officer
Financial Times
@tombetts Tom Betts LinkedIn

Clancy Childs

Clancy Childs
Chief Data Officer
Dow Jones
@cchilds Clancy Childs LinkedIn

Matt Cooke

Matt Cooke
Google News Lab Lead, UK, Ireland and the Nordics
@mattcooke_uk Matt Cooke LinkedIn

Kenneth Cukier

Kenneth Cukier
Senior Editor of Digital Products
The Economist
@kncukier Kenneth Cukier LinkedIn

Steffen Damborg

Steffen Damborg
Digital Media Consultant and Former Chief Digital Officer
JP/Politiken Local media, Denmark
@SteffenDamborg Steffen Damborg LinkedIn

Tony Danker

Tony Danker
Chief Strategy Officer
Guardian News
@tonydanker Tony Danker LinkedIn

Arif Durrani

Arif Durrani
Commercial Editor
Bloomberg Media EMEA
@durranimix Arif Durrani LinkedIn

Amanda Farnsworth

Amanda Farnsworth
Editor
Visual Journalism
@farnsa Amanda Farnsworth LinkedIn

Ian Gibbs

Ian Gibbs
Former Head of Commercial Insight
Guardian News & Media
(Now Head of Gibbs Insight)
@IGDataStories Ian Gibbs LinkedIn

Thomas Girard

Thomas Girard
Technical Solutions Consultant
Google
Thomas Girard LinkedIn

Matthew Gould

Matthew Gould
Chief Strategy Officer
Arria
United Kingdom
Matthew Gould LinkedIn

Gyan Gupta

Gyan Gupta
Chief Executive Officer
DB Digital
@GyanGupta Gyan Gupta LinkedIn

Mary Hamilton

Mary Hamilton
Executive Editor for Audience (overseeing participation, loyalty and reach)
Guardian
@newsmary Mary Hamilton LinkedIn

James Holden

James Holden
Marketing and Audiences Director
BBC News
James Holden LinkedIn

Jodie Hopperton

Jodie Hopperton
VP Partnerships & Audience Development
Vemba
@jodiehop Jodie Hopperton LinkedIn

Fiona McKinnon

Fiona McKinnon
Managing Director
Pangaea Alliance, UK
@turnleft_fiona Fiona McKinnon LinkedIn

Shane Murray

Shane Murray
Vice President of Data Analytics and Platforms
New York Times
Shane Murray LinkedIn

Graham Page

Graham Page
Business Management and Customer Operations
Guardian News
Graham Page

Luiza Pawela

Luiza Pawela
Big Data Director
Agora
Luiza Pawela LinkedIn

Torry Pedersen

Torry Pedersen
Head of Publishing
Schibsted Norway
@torryp

Shailesh Prakash

Shailesh Prakash
CIO and CTO
Washington Post
@sprakash007 Shailesh Prakash LinkedIn

Patrick Stirling

Patrick Stirling
Group Product Manager
Guardian News
Patrick Stirling LinkedIn

Martha Stone

Martha Stone
CEO
World Newsmedia Network
Martha Stone LinkedIn

Chris Taylor

Chris Taylor
CIO
Telegraph Media Group
Chris Taylor LinkedIn

Earl Wilkinson

Earl J. Wilkinson
CEO
International News Media Association (INMA)
@earljwilkinson Earl Wilkinson LinkedIn

Big Data for Media Conference

Thursday and Friday, February 23-24

Analytics Study Tour Preview

Reuters
30 South Colonnade, Canary Wharf, London

The global conference for media executives seeking to create strategies and apply next-generation data analytics to engage audiences and grow revenue.

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Study Tour

Monday and Tuesday, February 20-21

Analytics Study Tour Preview

Various media companies across London

The inspirational study tour will visit the most innovative, data-driven companies in the world. The tour will visit major media companies in London during two dynamic days of programming about best practices in Big Data strategy, organisation, technology, and business development through powerful case studies from top data scientists, data analysts, product developers, and business strategists at each company.

Strategy and Idea Exchange

Wednesday, February 22

Analytics Study Tour Preview

Financial Times
1 Southwark Bridge, London

A forum for media company executives seeking to share and learn strategies and best practices for launching and running their Big Data for Media operations. The event will be held at one of the most innovative data-driven media companies in the world, the Financial Times.

The Financial Times' chief data scientist and member of the FT board of directors will host and moderate the discussions. Topics will be chosen by the delegates and can include:

• How do you deal with distributed platforms?

• How does data support paid content strategy, what’s working and what’s not?

• Turning audience analytics into revenue

• Building new products from audience data

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Accommodations + Details

Hotels

We recommend the following four- and five-star Canary Wharf London hotels that range from £90 to £239 per night and are within 7- to 9-minute walk of Reuters, which will host the Big Data For Media Conference:

London Marriott Hotel West India Quay (£239)
Canary Riverside Plaza Hotel (£238)
Marriott Executive Apartments, London, West India Quay (£225)
Hilton London Canary Wharf (£197)
Novotel London Canary Wharf (£147)
Britannia The International Hotel (£90)

Note: These are online prices as of November 4, 2016. Prices will fluctuate based on demand. Please book early.

Details



What is the attire?

Business casual

How to get to venue

Click here for a map of Reuters, venue for Big Data For Media Conference
Click here for a map of Financial Times, venue for Idea and Strategy Exchange

About London

VisitLondon.com
The London Guide
Visit Britain
The London Pass

Sponsorship

Contact INMA's Kris Williams at kris.williams@inma.org to learn more

What will the weather be like?

Expect 7°C (44°F), 50% chance of rain

Event producers

International News Media Association (INMA)
World Newsmedia Network (WNMN)

Cancellations

Conference registrations are subject to a US$250 fee for cancellations between January 1 and January 31. No refunds or credits are granted after January 31.

Registration

EVENT
Big Data for Media Conference
By Dec. 20
US$1,395/
€1,265
By Jan. 20
US$1,495/
€1,355
By Feb. 20
US$1,595/
€1,445
EVENT
Big Data for Media Study Tour
By Dec. 20
US$3,000/
€2,710
By Jan. 20
US$3,000/
€2,710
By Feb. 20
US$3,000/
€2,710
EVENT
Big Data Strategy and Idea Exchange
By Dec. 20
US$795/
€725
By Jan. 20
US$895/
€815
By Feb. 20
US$995/
€905

Note:
- If you do not wish to register online, you can Register by PDF (in US dollars) or Register by PDF (in euros) instead.
- Conference registrations are subject to a US$250/€225 fee for cancellations between January 1 and January 31. No refunds or credits are granted after January 31.



Register Now

Conference Hosted by Reuters

Questions? Contact us



WNMN


For speaker and sponsorship information:

Martha L. Stone
Founder and Organizer, Big Data for Media Week
Click here to e-mail me

INMA


For registration and other information:

Katy Schaff
Marketing and PR Manager, INMA Tel.: +1 972 787-8167
Click here to e-mail me

World Newsmedia Network and International News Media Association have partnered on the Big Data for Media Week events since 2015. The conference was created by WNMN's CEO, Martha Stone, while she was a research fellow at the University of Oxford's Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism in 2013.