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WMEMC FINAL call for abstracts, Early Bird Registration and Biographies

Dear WMEMC2018 Delegate, FINAL CALL FOR ABSTRACTS The #WMEMC2018 Conference Abstract Submission deadline is now only 1 day away. Feedback will be given by 30 September 2017. Please submit your abstract at wmemc@ru.ac.za and copy in Dr Vanessa Malila at v.malila@ru.ac.za .

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS; 6 DAYS TILL THE FINAL SUBMISSION DATE

The #WMEMC2018 Conference Abstract Submission is now OPEN until 31 August 2017. Please submit your abstract at wmemc@ru.ac.za and copy Dr Vanessa Malila at v.malila@ru.ac.za. Feedback will be given by 30 September 2017. Major conference research topics include: Strategic Management A Globalized

EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION SEASON starting in 5 days!

• 16 August 2017 – Early bird conference registration opens • 20 October 2017 – Early bird conference registration closes Join the world’s leading scholars of media management and media business, along with global media leaders in Cape Town for the World

WMEMC2018 Abstracts, Biographies, and Early Bird Registration

Our valued WMEMC2018 Delegate The #WMEMC2018 Conference Abstract Submission is now open; 4 DAYS to go before the closing date, 31 July 2017. Submit your abstract at wmemc@ru.ac.za and cc Dr Vanessa Malila at v.malila@ru.ac.za . This 2018 edition of the WMEMC

WMEMC Abstracts, Information and Payment Reminder

The #WMEMC2018 Conference Abstract Submission link is now open; 17 days to go before the closing date, 31 July 2017. Submit your abstract NOW. Routine maintenance is taking place on the WMEMC abstract submission page. We ask all conference delegates to please

Conference Abstracts Submission now open

Conference Abstracts link opened on 1 July 2017 The link for submission closes on 31 July 2017; 28 days to go! Submit abstracts to: www.wmemc.org Email us at wmemc@ru.ac.za for assistance and/or further information Conference research themes: A Globalized World • The

Selling horses when consumers prefer sports cars: The fundamental product problem of legacy news providers in the digital world

Selling horses when consumers prefer sports cars: The fundamental product problem of legacy news providers in the digital world Presentation of Robert G. Picard to the “On digital distribution’s failure to solve newspapers’ existential crisis: Symptoms, causes, consequences and remedies” panel at

Rhodes University’s SPI wins landmark media summit for Africa

By Heide Khuhlane GRAHAMSTOWN, South Africa – Fifteen years ago, Rhodes University’s Sol Plaatje Institute (SPI) for Media Leadership in South Africa introduced the study of media management and leadership for newsrooms in Africa and the developing world, making it the first

Upcoming Conference Research Themes

Conference Research Themes: ◘ Strategic Management ◘ A Globalized World ◘ Education, Teaching and Learning ◘ Measuring Media Consumption Trends and Impact ◘ Media and Journalism Ethics ◘ Big Data and Media Management and Journalism The submission tool will be open from

FINALLY; the World Media Economics and Management Conference (WMEMC) is coming to Africa

The conference seeks to interrogate the business, management and leadership strategies, tactics and policies of the current media industry in Africa and globally to gauge their relevance and effectiveness in an age where international digital media conglomerates are increasingly displacing traditional media