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Final chance to save 30% on Data and AI for Media conference

The 8th Data & AI for Media Week events in London will inspire magazine media companies to launch and expand their data and AI strategies, by featuring dozens of speakers from the most innovative and data-driven media companies in the world.

 

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The London study tour and conference are in just over a week, and focus on Audience and Revenue Expansion, fueled by data and AI, from 30 October to 2 November. FIPP is partnering with World Newsmedia Network on the events.

As a special offer to FIPP members, Register until Friday, 26 October and receive 30 per cent off on London conference tickets and 2-for-1 on study tour participation. Use the code BIGDATALONDON30.

 

*Sign up now and save 30%*

 

We hope to see you in London!

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