After three years of Zoom events, INMA returns to what we are known for: one-of-a-kind, live, in-person conference and study tour experiences that can only be captured in a physical event.
Media Innovation Week September 13-16, 2022, in Copenhagen will deliver two of those experiences:
Punctuate your INMA Media Innovation Week experience with flavours of Copenhagen – the city of fairy tales, canals, fine food, Tivoli Gardens, and the occasional brewery. Meet new media colleagues or re-connect with old friends.
Finally … a breath of fresh air reconnecting through INMA.
Dorthe Bjerregaard Knudsen
Chief Operating Officer
Advertising Initiative Lead
Digital Change Director
Futurist, Senior Advisor & Head of Media
Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies
Executive Vice President, ID/Data/Development/Consumer Market
Readers First Initiative Lead
Digital Innovation Director, Público-Comunicação Social
Managing Director and Chief-Editor
Russmedia & INMA European President
Head of Digital, The Times & The Sunday Times
Maribel Perez Wadsworth
Gannett/USA Today Network
Digital Platforms Initiative Lead
Earl J. Wilkinson
CEO and Executive Director
The 2022 Copenhagen Media Innovation Week marks the 49th time that European colleagues have gathered under the INMA banner. Since 1971, INMA believes there is a distinctive European media conversation that requires spotlighting, and we are proud to continue that tradition after a three-year hiatus. This has typically been done with an annual European News Media Conference, and we added a study tour component in 2015 – with great passion as there is an appetite for deep dives into local media scenes. The conference and study tour are practical and down-to-earth.
Of all cities INMA could choose in our return to physical conferences, Copenhagen is the total package: central for Europeans, a hub of media innovation, a bon vivant of culture and fun, and a safety-first environment.
Package your INMA conference and study tour experience with a bicycle excursion, a stroll through the canals and colourful waterfront, a visit to Tivoli Gardens or Christiansborg Palace, shopping on the high street, or soak in the experiences of Copenhagen’s world-class museums.
INMA aims to provide a safe and comfortable environment for our European News Media Conference and Copenhagen Media Study Tour participants. We are meeting because we can do so safely.
Following Denmark’s health and safety protocols and the requirements of our host partners, INMA will require:
INMA will have on-site sanitisation options, and we encourage participants to wash their hands regularly.
INMA will follow the science and recommendations from authorities as circumstances arise. We aim to be transparent with attendees at all times.
If the INMA European Media Innovation Week is canceled due to local COVID conditions or regulations at the time of the event, INMA will refund your registration in full or provide a credit for future INMA events.