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Exclusive, limited discount offer to attend AI, data for media conference

The media industry is facing yet another disruption: This time, a game-changing, tidal wave of artificial intelligence and data-driven processes that are replacing much less efficient ways of driving audience and revenue. Many innovative media companies have chosen to ride the wave of disruption and leverage their audience and trend data to develop revenue-making and cost-saving products and processes.


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FIPP has partnered with World Newsmedia Network (WMNM) to bring you a special discount offer for the 8th Data & AI Week in London, starting on 30 October and culminating with the Data & AI for Media Conference on 1 and 2 November where you’ll hear from the best how they use data and AI to drive audience development and advertising and subscription revenue.

If you sign up now, WNMN will offer you 20 per cent off on conference tickets and a 2-for-1 offer on the study tour. Use the code “BIGDATALONDON20” to claim your exclusive offer.

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At the conference on 1 and 2 November, you will hear from top speakers in the field of AI and data from companies such as BBC, Daily Mail, Mittmedia, Styria Media, CNN, Financial Times, Schibsted, NZZ, University of Oxford, Microsoft, United Robots, Expressen and Bibblio. See more here. The study tour in turn takes place on 30 and 31 October, immediately ahead of the conference. Join the tour to visit companies such as BBC, The Economist, The Guardian and others.

Be part of an intensive week of learning about the latest strategies around AI and data and how companies are using these for audience development and revenue growth. Register with discount code BIGDATALONDON20 to take advantage of our special offer on the conference and study tour. The offer is available for a limited period only.


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We hope to see you in London! If you have any questions, get in touch with Martha Stone, CEO of Data and AI for Media Week here.

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