Monday, October 22, 2012 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (BST)
London, United Kingdom
The challenges and opportunities presented by a digital world have meant that magazines have to adapt. In this masterclass, three leading industry experts will discuss the new magazine landscape: Luke Lewis (editor of NME.com), Tim Arthur (editor-in-chief of Time Out), and Alan Rutter (who helped launched the iPad editions of WIRED, GQ, Vanity Fair and Vogue). Through talks and Q&A, the evening will cover free versus paid content, alternative revenue streams, using digital alongside print, advertising and sponsorship and tablets and mobile. This masterclass is for anybody interested in working in magazines, whether as a business or for pleasure.
Date: Monday 22 October 2012
Location: The Guardian, 90 York Way, King's Cross, London, N1 9GU
Price: £39 (inclusive of VAT and booking fee)
Maximum class size: 100
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Welcome to Guardian masterclasses – a unique programme of learning embedded within one of the world's most forward-thinking media organisations.
Masterclasses offer a broad range of short and long courses across a variety of disciplines from creative writing, journalism, photography and design, film and digital media, music and cultural appreciation.
Harnessing the expertise and specialisms within the organisation, our courses are led by first class and award winning guardian professionals whilst also drawing on the skills and expertise of other leading figures at the forefront of the creative and digital industries.
The programme is aimed at anyone interested in personal or professional development whether that be refining your skills, focusing your ambition or simply broadening your mind and gaining inspiration.