01 Pubcamp Master Speaker Slides 2003

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  • 1.  
  • 2. Welcome to #pubcamp Andrew Broadhead – COO itechne Joanne White – @Mediamum
  • 3. Future of media and the web Jed White CEO and Founder itechne
  • 4. Slouching toward Intertwingularity The power of participatory culture Stephen Collins acidlabs
  • 5. The reach paradox Tim Trumper Commercial Director PBL Media
  • 6. Creating an online media title The story of homepageDAILY Oliver Freeman homepage Media
  • 7. Twitter What is it and why does it matter? Alison Young @Alegrya
  • 8. Putting the consumer at the centre of the universe Ian Lyons pureprofile
  • 9. Beyond Web 2.0 Gentle whispers of the future Janine Cahill CEO and Innovation Design F uture Journeys
  • 10. Where is the money in online advertising in Australia? Matt Bateman MD Viva9 (BlueFreeway Group)
  • 11. 10 steps to becoming an Internet mogul and avoiding the receivers Ben Gerholt President, Consumer & SMB Division IDG Communications Australia
  • 12. Web 2.0 Friend or Foe to 1/5 Australians? Tim Noonan Tim Noonan Consulting
  • 13. Digital marketing and strategic foundations Kate Carruthers
  • 14. Panel Discussion The challenges of this new world Moderator: Mark Jones (Filtered Media) Panelists: Kathy Bail (Fairfax), Jackie Blondell (Hardie Grant), Stuart Clarke (homepageDaily), Ben Gerholt (IDG), Tony Kenna (Abundant Media), David O'Sullivan (Media Publishing / itechne)
  • 15. The Great Debate "That the new world of media choice is a dagger to the hearts of producers and creators alike." Affirmative: Richard Walsh (media consultant) Negative: Bronwen Clune (CEO Norg)
  • 16. Join in the conversation Now: Drinks and Networking Later: Unconference @ 6pm
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  • 18. Discussion