INMA World Congress of News Media, May 22-26, 2023, New York

How news media transforms next in the emerging world of AI

4 media moments colliding in London – with a distinctly British accent
  • EVOLUTION<br> Digital transformation Icon

    Digital transformation

  • DISRUPTION<br> The rise of generative AI Icon

    The rise of generative AI

  • FRICTION<br> Competitive London environment Icon

    Competitive London environment

  • EXPANSION<br> Globalisation of British media Icon

    Globalisation of British media

Why INMA London? Why now?

The London news media market is unlike any in the world.

What happens in London doesn’t stay in London. It reverberates everywhere.

Digital transformation pressures abound with media companies worldwide, yet the London context is different:

  • Competition: How news media responds in London is shaped by hyper-competition for readers and journalism.
  • Magnet for innovation: Where there is great competition, there is innovation and risk-taking. London draws together the best journalism and business practices.
  • Brand exports: That competition is breeding an exportation of cherished U.K. news brands to the four corners of the world.
  • The tech element: London is an epicenter of the shift from the birthplace of legacy media to a hub that is pioneering AI. London has answers to this new disruption.

The 94th Annual INMA World Congress of News Media in London will put you in proximity to:

  • The INMA global community brought together on one stage
  • Iconic British news brands
  • An unparalleled advertising community
  • An innovative tech sector

From the chaos of London’s friction comes unique insights that media professionals can’t get anywhere else in the world.

We will create a great global stage and shine a spotlight on how the news industry confronts challenges: business models, journalism’s true value, and where news brands fit in a rapidly changing ecosystem.

What can news media executives around the world learn from London?

What can London media companies learn from their counterparts around the world?

Most importantly, we will connect as a community at world-class venues known the world over:

  • Queen Elizabeth II Centre
  • Tower of London
  • Victoria & Albert Museum

This is a rare opportunity to experience the “INMA conversation” worldwide – with a flair and charm that only London can provide.

Raise the bar. Aspire to something greater. Prioritise the INMA World Congress in London as we trumpet the new age of news media.

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About the INMA World Congress

The World Congress of the International News Media Association (INMA) is the indispensable conference for leaders, strategists, catalysts, audience-builders, editors, and revenue executives from the world’s leading news media companies. Attend this conference and leave with news ideas, knowledge, and inspiration.

Exclusive access to London’s top venues

Queen Elizabeth II Center

Queen Elizabeth II Centre

The INMA World Congress’ home Wednesday through Friday will be the Queen Elizabeth II Centre, one of the United Kingdom’s premier event facilities and located across from British landmarks such as Parliament, Big Ben, and Westminster Abbey.

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The Tower of London

The Tower of London

Experience exclusive INMA access to the (in)famous 946-year-old Tower of London, which has been an armoury, treasury, menagerie, and home to the Crown Jewels of England. The Tower's powerful role in English history ranges from coronations to a prison. The Welcome Reception will include a private viewing of the Crown Jewels and a Beefeater explanation of the Tower's grand history.

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Victoria and Albert Museum

Victoria and Albert Museum

The presentation of the 89th Annual Global Media Awards couldn't be in a grander setting than the Victoria and Albert Museum, the world's greatest museum of art and design. With exclusive INMA access to the British Galleries and the magnificent Garden, this grand closing dinner will be in the V&A's Raphael Gallery, home to seven tapestries painted by Raphael in 1515-1516 on loan from Queen Elizabeth II.

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Who attends INMA?

The INMA World Congress attracts senior management from the leading news media companies in 50+ countries: CEOs, publishers, general managers, digital leaders, advertising executives, audience executives, marketing executives, editors, product professionals, and researchers.

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Why London?

  • 12 daily newspapers, 11 Sunday-only weekly newspapers
  • 175 marketing agencies in London
  • 6 international airports with most direct international flights in world
  • 1,124 hotels in London, including 75 five-stars
  • 74 Michelin-star restaurants
  • 192 museums, including 11 national museums
  • 241 theatres
  • 22,000 music performances a year across 300+ venues
  • 197 festivals
  • 4 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including Tower of London
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Why INMA is different?

  • Unparalleled ability to leverage global best practices and make them relevant
  • Our familiarity with the trends, technologies, and starts that drive the media business
  • Exclusive focus on the business of news: how to make journalism sustainable
  • An agenda derived from the international INMA community (hand-picked by peers)
  • One-on-one private Ask Me Anything sessions with INMA subject matter experts
  • Our speakers and case studies are hand-picked by peer executives at media companies
  • Connections with the right people at the right companies
  • Front-row study tour access to the top London media companies





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