Next Event: Social Media, 26th July

July 15, 2011 at 2:35 pm | Posted in Events | Leave a comment

* update: this session is now full and we can’t accept anyone else on to the list. *

Our next session is going to about Social Media (and yes, we will be tweeting this later!).

Date: Tuesday 26th July, 6.30pm for 6.45pm start
Venue: The Horse & Groom, Great Portland Street (map)

Chairing the event will be Ramaa (@ramaamultimedia) – the Senior Social Media & Multi Media Trainer for the BBC College of Journalism.  Ramaa researches and produces new multimedia courses for BBC journalists, provides social media consultancy to programme teams and informs the social media strategy at the college. Her aim is to help journalists understand the new digital world and how best to use Social media for journalistic purposes.

On the panel will be:

Emma Barnett (@emmabarnett) – Digital Media Editor of The Daily Telegraph and broadcaster, who regularly appears on Sky News, BBC News, Radio 4, CNN, LBC and ABC News.  Emma has just been named Digital Journalist of the Year at the Association of Online Publishers’ Awards 2011 (AOP) and Digital Writer of the Year at the Online Media Awards.  Emma writes and broadcasts about all forms of digital media, including digital startups, social networks, growing trends, and new initiatives from both traditional media companies and digital firms. She also writes a monthly column in The Sunday Telegraph’s ‘ThinkTank’ section in which she analyses what the latest technology and digital media trends mean for businesses worldwide.

JJ Miller (@love_london) is the Founder and Editor of London Lifestyle Blog, http://www.thislittleladywenttolondon, and Talent and Community Manager at Cloud Nine Social Media Recruitment. JJ designed TLLWTL in September 2009 and it now reaches 500,000+ readers per month. TLLWTL was recently named 75th most influential website in the BR200 by Brand Republic, and one of the top 50 Fashion Blogs in the world by Glam Media in 2010.

How To Attend
Please let us know by email if you would like to attend.  Even if social media isn’t part of your job at the moment it is something that is becoming more and more relevant across all areas of industry as well as becoming more and more essential for networking.  Places as always are limited (we can’t get all 150 of you in the upstairs of a pub!) so places are on a first come first served basis.


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