The programme across a week of conference, seminars, and study tour focuses on strategy and best practices. It is designed for CEOs, CXOs, heads of marketing, brand, strategy, digital, finance, and programming; audience builders; revenue drivers; members of editorial teams; strategists; thought leaders; catalysts of change and leadership teams in India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Pakistan, and others.
Get a forward-looking perspective as INMA guides attendees on the prevailing and pertinent themes that the news industry faces through distinct tenets. Dive deep into the issues facing the news media industry and put forward tangible remedies for industry influencers. Unravel prospective models increasing the effectiveness of the print industry. Get ideas on keeping pace with the consistently discerning consumer. Get insights into the expanding range of advertising opportunities. Pick up nuances behind the trends impacting traditional media in the emerging Digital Age. Explore closely newsroom transformation and integration and how best to harness technology and training and what is next.
For practitioners seeking deep dives into consumers and advertiser subject matters, INMA offers two half-day seminars. The morning seminar will focus on understanding the consumer ecosystem featuring how mobile and video journalism are driving a culture change and the impact of cio-cultural patterns on content consumption. The afternoon seminar will look at the evolving story for news media advertising and technology: browsing through the labyrinth of Smart Data and unleashing the potential of native advertising.
INMA is pleased to bring back its world-famous study tour in South Asia with a two-day exploration of the New Delhi media market. The study tour will explore brands, news media organisations, and digital start-ups with an eye for disruption, innovation, and growth opportunities. At each stop, INMA study tour participants will get an in-depth overview and tour offices.
The South Asia Media Festival's conference and seminars will be held at The Imperial in New Delhi. This will be the departure point for the study tour, too.
Special INMA sleeping room rates available:
Single occupancy: ₹16,000 plus taxes per night
Double occupancy: ₹17,000 plus taxes per night
Reservations: E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 011 23341234 and mention the International News Media Association conference.
No refunds are negotiated for the Media Festival. Registrants always have the possibility to have someone else take their place. Written notice of the replacement together with the name of the new participant must be sent to INMA beforehand.
How to get to the venue:
The Imperial, New Delhi, is a 30-minute drive from Indira Gandhi International Airport. You may arrive at the hotel via airport connections.
There are several options to reach The Imperial in New Delhi. Guests can choose between hotel pick-up, taxi or shuttle bus.
You can book a pick-up by providing your flight details and estimated time of arrival when booking online. Alternatively, you may also contact the hotel directly by calling 011 23341234. Please make your booking at least two days in advance.
Taxis are available directly outside the main terminal, from the Indira Gandhi International Airport Terminal T3.
Shuttle buses run regularly between the airport and the nearby Connaught Place. These coaches are free of charge, but do not take you directly to the hotel.
*Fee charge is for any one seminar.
Head - South Asia Division, INMA
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