Actions and Detail Panel
Publishing strategies and paywalls. Perspectives on digital publishing.
Thu 30 March 2017, 18:15 – 21:15 BST
To be successful in today’s publishing landscape, publishers must be able to evolve, adapt and alter their publishing models. Digital continues to disrupt but also to create new opportunities.
Digital agency Clock, together with the PPA (Professional Publishers Association) will be hosting an evening event at The Hospital Club aimed at news and magazine publishers. We will be hearing from three very different publishers on their approach to digital strategy and in particular paywalled content.
Hear from industry leading experts, including:
Steven Plimmer, Group Product Owner, RIBA Journal
Bola Awoniyi, Publisher & Tobi Oredein, Editor of Black Ballad.
Join us to find out the perspectives of your publishing peers when it comes to digital publishing and what the future could look like for them.
The event is free of charge and spaces are limited on a first come, first served basis.
Come and join us for an interesting, knowledge-sharing, networking event, including that well earned drink at the end of the day!
Order of Event
6:15pm - Arrive at event, Screening Room, The Hospital Club
6:30pm - Introduction - Syd Nadim, Clock Chairman
6:45pm - Presentations - RIBAJ
7:15pm - Presentations - Black Ballad
7:45pm - Q&A
7:55pm - Summary - Syd Nadim, Clock Chairman
8:00pm onwards - Drinks, Nibbles and Networking
About RIBA J
The Royal Institute of British Architects champions better buildings, communities and the environment through architecture and our members. It provides the standards, training, support and recognition that put its members – in the UK and overseas – at the peak of their profession.
The RIBA Journal is its flagship monthly print publication and is supported by its paywalled news site. A must-read for architects.
About Black Ballad
Black Ballad is a UK based lifestyle website that taps into the conversations Black British women are having over dinner, through the changing room walls of Zara, online and anywhere else in between.
A start-up publisher, Black Ballad is in the process of re-designing and re-platforming its digital presence and is looking to become the leading voice for a section of the community that is under-represented in British media.