WiJ seminar: What is the future of magazines – digital, print or both?
Panel sits : 7.15pm
Panel ends : 8.15pm
Networking drinks until 9pmWhere: Good Housekeeping Institute,21-25 St Anne’s Court, London W1F 0BJ (https://www.goodhousekeeping.co.uk/institute/the-institute/the-ghi-venue)
WIJ is partnering with Readly, the ultimate magazine subscription that allows you to read hundreds of titles on your laptop, tablet or mobile, and which won the PPA App of the Year in 2014. The event will be at the fabulous Good Housekeeping Institute Soho, kindly hosted by Lindsay Nicholson, GH’s editorial director, who will chair our panel of experts. Readly has masses of analytics available to publishers about how we consume content and advertising online – some of it counterintuitive. This is a must for anyone who needs to understand the future of magazine publishing.
Chair Lindsay Nicholson, editorial director of Good Housekeeping and former WIJ chair
Ranj Begley, MD of Readly UK
Helen Lewis, Deputy Editor , New Statesman, WiJ Deputy Chair
Nicola Rowe, Director of Membership & Circulation - PPA
Sharon Todd - Head of Subscriptions at Imagine Publishing
One World Media is celebrating International Women’s Day with a series of events focusing on women journalists and the relationship between the media and gender.
On Tuesday 1st March at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, a panel of Arab women reporters will join Channel 4’s International Editor, Lindsey Hilsum, to discuss how they’re changing the face of journalism in their countries and beyond. FREE EVENT.
On Thursday 3rd March Channel 4 will host a Journalism workshop where a panel of Frontline Females share their success stories and discuss how, when, or if, gender matters, particularly in territories where women are not considered equals. They will also be asking editors and commissioners if news is gendered, and inviting audience members to pitch stories where gender has a role.
WiJ members are invited to LPC events
On Thursday February 11 the Press Club teams up with LSE’s influential Polis department for a debate on the media, migrants and reporting of terrorism. The panel includes Independent editor Amol Rajan, Channel 4 News international editor Lindsey Hilsum and Telegraph photographer William Wintercross, who set up a charity to help Syrian refugees after covering the story. London Press Club members can register for free for the event via Eventbrite. 6.30pm at LSE’s New Academic Building.