Many of the leading names in UK digital journalism are gathering at Google's London headquarters next week for Press Gazette's second News on the Move conference.
Organised in association with Google, this year's event will provide the opportunity for publishers and journalists to share expertise on how best to capitalise on the explosion in ownership of iPads and other tablet computers.
Companies providing speakers include: Guardian News and Media, the Financial Times, News International, Trinity Mirror, Enders Analysis, Hearst Magazines, Dennis Publishing and Future.
There will be keynote presentations from iPad magazine publishing pioneer Anthony Noguera, Google head of strategic partnerships for Europe Luca Forlin, founder of citizen journalism technology company Blottr Adam Baker and founder and CEO of British Journal of Photography publisher Apptitude Media Marc Hartog.
News on the Move II is now fully-booked.
Final programme for Press Gazette’s News on the Move II presented in association with Google:
2pm – Welcome, from Press Gazette editor Dominic Ponsford and Google head of strategic partnersips for news and magazines (EMEA) Madhav Chinnappa
2.05pm – Overview of the tablet media universe form Benedict Evans of Enders Analysis
2.20pm – How to make journalism work on tablet computers
Panel discussion with:
- Product director at Hearst Magazines Lee Wilkinson
- Dennis Publishing director of product, tablets and apps Alex Watson
- Group product manager in charge of Guardian.co.uk apps Anthony Sullivan
- Trinity Mirror managing director for digital Chris Ellis
- Ravin Sampat – editor of Blottr
Chaired by digital media consultant Jon Bernstein
3.10pm – Keynote presentation – Anthony Noguera
Former Arena editor Anthony Noguera launched PROJECT magazine for Virgin in November 2010 – the first 'iPad native' magazine title. Last year he launched iPad-only magazine for men INDUSTRIA for his own company Accelerated Intelligence.
3.25pm – Tea and coffee break
3.35pm – Keynote presentation – Marc Hartog of Apptitude Media
Hartog led a management buyout of the British Journal of Photography in January after a hugely successful iPad launch for the title. He will talk about that and his plans to take lessons learned on the BJP into the wider market.
3.50pm – Presentation from Blottr founder Adam Baker on Trusting the crowd: The changing face of journalism
4.00pm. Show me the money: How to make journalism published on tablet computers pay
Panel discussion with
- Online product management director for the Financial Times Mary Beth Christie
- Editor in chief of Computer Weekly – Bryan Glick
- Future Publishing editor in chief for tablet editions Mike Goldsmith
- Digital product owner for News International Emma Fulton
Chaired by Dominic Ponsford
5pm – Final keynote from Google head of strategic partnerships Luca Forlin.
5.25pm – Closing remarks from Press Gazette editor Dominic Ponsford
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