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Brands, content align at Propaganda Factory

CONTENT LONDON: C21’s Propaganda Factory on November 21 brings leading brands, agencies and producers together to discuss the changing dynamic of entertainment and advertising during Content London.

The event brings together digital strategists to showcase the latest thinking in content marketing, social media, branded entertainment and advertising creativity – from the best agency work to the latest commercial thinking.

Speakers include:

Nick Cohen, managing partner & head of MediaCom Beyond Advertising, MediaCom UK

Christine Beardsell, head of content, VCCP

Jeremy Garner, creative director, Weapon 7

Chris Gorell Barnes, CEO and founder, Adjust Your Set

Gareth Jones, head of online marketing, Carphone Warehouse

Ron Peterson, social practice lead, AKQA

Dan Allen, CEO media, music and entertainment and director of sales, Digital Animal

Paul Bennun, chief creative officer, Somethin’ Else

Allan Blair, strategy director (Social & Comms), Tribal

David Gwozdz, CEO, Mojiva

Sean McKnight, director, BigMotive

Mark Boyd, co-founder, Gravity Road

Andrew Canter, 
founder and CEO, Contentworx

Samantha Glynne, managing partner, Publicis Entertainment

Chantal Rickards, head of programming & branded dontent, MEC

Mark Holden, head of futures, Arena

Michael Reeves, business development director, Red Bee

Selma Turajlic, co-founder, Little Dot Studios

Propaganda Factory is part of Content London, a two-day event featuring three other strands: FutureMedia, The International Drama Summit and The World Funding Forum. Each is designed for executives working in the international content business to better understand cross-sector opportunities in the ever-changing media and entertainment sector.

Follow @contentlive on Twitter.

The hashtag for Content London 2013 is #contentlondon

Book your access all areas ticket to Content London (or to one of the four individual events that it brings together) by clicking here.






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