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You are welcome to attend ....

From: Francis S.
Sent on: Friday, June 19, 2009 12:35 PM
I thought members of your group would be interested in a meetup being
organised by 21st Century Network. So just to say, it is not too late to
book into ?The New Media World? for a meetup on Tuesday July 7th at 6.30pm.
This meeting will look at the new media and how it has impacted on both the
traditional media as an institution and a profession and also changed
profoundly the relationship between the media and politics.

You can find more and register at

We have some really good speakers including

Daniel Hannan is an MEP and became famous overnight. As he says ? ?The
internet has changed politics - changed it utterly and forever ??I made a
three-minute speech in the European Parliament, aimed at Gordon Brown. I
tipped off the BBC and some of the newspaper correspondents but,
unsurprisingly, they ignored me.? Currently it has over 2.2 million hits on
utube!. Is this the shape of politics and the media in this century?

Carol Haslam has had a long history in broadcasting. Joining the BBC Open
University in the early 1970?s she went on to be the first Commissioning
Editor for Education in Channel 4 and then to become the Director of
Programmes for Superchannel. She later became a freelance producer and was
also Executive Producer of the popular BBC programme Ground Force. She is a
Trustee of both the Wildscreen Festival and the One World Broadcasting

Professor Barrie Axford is the author of the book ?New Media and Politics?
which makes a successful attempt to map the potentially transformative
effects of new media on various aspects of political institutions and
culture, both at a theoretical and empirical level. He is Professor of
Politics and Head of the Department of International Relations Politics and
Sociology at Oxford Brookes University

Sunny Hundal is editor of Liberal Conspiracy an influential and growing
Blog. He is also involved with Pickled politics - a current affairs magazine
/ group blog with the primary focus on British politics, current affairs,
media and society. He is also editor of the online magazine Asians in Media
and founder of the thinktank New Generation Network. .

The London NetSquared meetup group has some really interesting topics and I
think this topic fits in well with the excellent things you do and events
you hold.

Francis Sealey

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