Rory Maguire, MD of AIME will be speaking to audiences over the course of the 3 days at World Telemedia on various topics. Come and have a listen if you are around.
Today PhonepayPlus launch their new Vulnerability guidance to help PRS providers avoid consumer harm before launching and while running a service. They designed this guidance to help you take steps in making sure your premium rate service stays compliant with the Code of Practice and maintains the reputation of the PRS industry. PPP have developed the guidance in collaboration with industry members, consumer groups and digital content providers.
To read the guidance please visit: Vulnerability Guidance
The world’s biggest mobile trade show, Mobile World Congress, took place in Barcelona between 22-25 February 2016. As has become customary, the show’s attendance broke previous records: the GSMA announced on the final day that 101,000 people had attended MWC in 2016, an increase of almost 8% over the 2015 show’s attendance of 93,000.
The event is slowly moving to become more of a consumer electronics show as a variety of networks connect an increasingly significant number of consumer devices together. Read my report here: Review of Mobile World Congress 2016 .
Come and join us on the 25th June in London for the chance to listen to Broadcast Industry speakers discussing what the future of broadcast will look like by the year 2020, at our Knowledge and Networking event
This upcoming event is addressing the very important issue of interactivity within broadcast and how companies must now incorporate this into their campaigns to ensure that customer engagement levels remain high.
The subjects to be discussed are:
- What are the interactive trends in other territories around the world such as the US, and how will this affect the UK?
- What are audience attitudes and changes to behaviour towards broadcast and interactivity?
- How do broadcasters increase interactivity from multi-screen consumers and is this critical?
- How will broadcasters attract the middle aged disposable income consumers through interactivity?
- How are broadcasters engaging with the teen and young adult market to ensure they stay engaged with changing technology?
Peter Cowley of Spirit Digital and Endemol Peter Cowley Spirit Digital bio
Andy Shaw from Tectonic: Tectonic Interactive bio
Simon Miller from Beamly: Beamly bio
Jason George from Telescope: Telescope Bio
More speakers will be announced shortly.
More information and tickets for this networking evening are available on our Eventbrite page here: https://eventbrite.co.uk/event/16518709906/
AIME’s successful Knowledge & Networking (K&N) Seminars are focused and open forums that are popular with our attendees. The seminars examine topical key issues, emerging trends and business development within the interactive media and entertainment sectors.
The 90 minute mediated presentations with our evening speakers, open discussion and Q&A session format is designed to promote engaging debate about key industry trends and issues within an intimate and relaxed environment.
After the seminar, delegates and speakers move into a more informal networking setting to engage socially and continue the discussions over a drink. This proven format consistently fosters open debate and stimulates valuable business connections.
There are 3 different type of tickets available for Members and Non Members.
Telemedia Magazine readers, PACT members and guests of AIME members can claim their 25% discount off Non Member tickets by entering their promo code on the checkout screen. Contact us/Telemedia/PACT to get your discount code. This discount is only available for non member tickets.
If you are an AIME Sponsor member, remember you are entitled to two free tickets per company for this event!
Want to get more involved? Event Sponsorship opportunities are available.
You can download our Sponsor information pack here: FoIB KN Sponsor pack June15
We would like to thank our event supporters:
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