The Monocle Media Summit 2021

What – and who – is making the news

Thursday 14 October


The Monocle Media Summit is back. Join our editors and producers for a look at the brands, correspondents and titles that are shaping the media landscape and steering its future. This year the event also marks Monocle 24’s 10th birthday so we are putting a special focus on broadcast media, the power of the newsroom in turbulent times and the role of the anchor in informing and entertaining the global public.

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A packed afternoon of panels will be hosted by Monocle’s founder Tyler Brûlé and editor in chief Andrew Tuck along with a selection of their Monocle colleagues from print and radio, and will include insights from a stellar line-up of industry leaders.


The enduring importance of foreign correspondents. 

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Clarissa Ward 

CNN chief international correspondent

 


What makes an anchor.

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Mishal Husain

BBC TV and radio anchor

 

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Matti Rönkä 

News anchor at Finland’s YLE

Why newsstands are set for a revival.

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Christoph Amend

Zeit Magazin editorial director

 

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Jeremy Leslie

Founder of Magculture

Why offline creativity matters. 

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Jess Henderson

Writer, theorist and author of ‘Offline Matters’.

The battle for public service broadcasting. 

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Peter York

Cultural commentator and president of The Media Society

The power of 24/7 broadcast.

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Christine Ockrent 

Journalist and broadcaster

The Monocle Daily: special live edition of our evening news programme

 

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Enrico Franceschini

London correspondent for La Repubblica

 

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Marie Le Conte

Political journalist and author of “Honourable Misfits: A Brief History of Britain’s Weirdest, Unluckiest and Most Outrageous MPs”

 


What I Learnt: a masterclass in presenting with broadcast journalists.

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Nancy Durham

Broadcast journalist



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Andrew Mueller

Presenter, Monocle 24

 

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Emma Nelson 

Presenter, Monocle 24

 

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Georgina Godwin

Presenter, Monocle 24

 



Plus: friends old and new from Monocle 24’s first 10 years on air, and a front-row seat to watch a special edition of The Monocle Daily broadcast live on location.

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There will also be a chance to meet and talk shop with the speakers and delegates at a cocktail reception following the summit.



On the agenda for this year’s edition:
1. The power of 24/7 broadcast.

2. What makes a TV anchor.
3. Why newsstands are set for a revival.
4. Why offline creativity matters.
5. The enduring importance of foreign correspondents.

Location: Hyatt Regency
The Churchill
30 Portman Square
London W1H 7BH

Date: 14 October, 2021
Time: Arrive by 15.00, panels from 15.15 to 18.00, followed by cocktail reception

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About Monocle 24

Since 2011, the station has provided a smart global audience with the view from Midori House and Monocle’s global network of bureaux and correspondents. Our unique radio service broadcasts around the clock from our headquarters in London and editorial hub in Zurich. The programmes and podcasts cover everything from culture to design, business to media, and urbanism to foreign affairs. With great music guaranteed as well, Monocle 24 provides the perfect soundtrack to your day – wherever you are in the world. You can listen live or download any show as a podcast from monocle.com or at Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your audio. Find out more and tune in at monocle.com/radio.

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