Friday, June 29, 2007

Media in Transition Conference in Munich

On September 12.-13., 2007, the Media in Transition Conference in Munich, Germany, will be discussing how the Internet is driving structural change in media. We have invited innovative media companies, researchers and strategists from U.K., U.S.A. and Europe.

The Internet changes the way media is distributed, produced and consumed. Media technology is not only a receiving device, but also a transceiving and transmitting device [Economies of “Pull” and Push vs. Pull Models].

The big growth potential in media business lies in the area of user generated content. Gain insight into the techniques of the so-called Social Web, or “Live Web” – Web 2.0, Social Networks, Blogs, Video/ Audio, Digital Rights, Rich Media, Peer 2 Peer, Mobile Web.


Who should attend?
Media Pros from all Industries
PR/ Marketing Pros
Publishers and Newspapers
Film/ TV and Radio
Internet Companies
Software Developers
Venture Capitalists
Government and Non-Profit


Your Advantage // What You’ll walk away with.
Knowledge about Live Web/ Web 2.0
International Internet Experts
Wide Variety of Themes
Insider-Knowledge from the top web companies
Practical Knowledge from the experts
Case Studies
Focused Discussion
Networking Possibilities


Programme //
Broadcasting & Publishing
Web 2.0 Trends
Media Distribution & Digital Rights
Marketing & Strategy

for the full programme click here.


Video from Media in Transition Conference 2006

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