Tuesday, 26 May 2015

Join Tolu Ogunlesi, Ameyaw Derah, Taiwo Kola Ogunlade & More at The New Media Conference

The inaugural edition of the New Media Conference is set to take place on May 27th, 2015 at Terra Kulture, Lagos. Join highly established names in digital media like Ameyaw Debrah, Subomi Plumptre, Tolu Ogunlesi, Demilade Olaosun & many others as they shine the light on the misconceptions of New Media in West Africa and how it can become a viable business for those involved. 

This event is for aspiring bloggers, digital media specialists and stake holders in digital media. The Theme for this year’s conference is: NEW MEDIA IN THIS AGE: CHANGING THE WHOLE PERSPECTIVE. Speaking about the event, Ameyaw Kissi Debrah said ‘I am excited about the opportunity to share my blogging and social media experiences with participants and well as other panelist. 

Hopefully I can also tap into the experiences of others and learn a thing or two to improve my new media approach’ Subomi Plumptre Lead Corporate & Social Media Practices of Alder Consulting said ‘I'm greatly looking forward to the event. We tend to underestimate the impact of digital media in Nigeria but it has created new jobs, changed political outcomes and introduced new media paradigms. 
This conference is therefore well worth having’. Speakers at the highly anticipated event are: Ameyaw Debrah, Ayodele Rotimi, Subomi Plumptre, Abisoye Ajayi, Demilade Olaosun, Ofili Okechukwu, Osagie Alonge, Oluwasun Agbelusi, Oluwafemi Adebule amongst others. 

The event will be hosted by Saco. The New Media Conference is supported by Y Naija, K Stunt Media, First Class Screens, Ebonylife TV, Acada Magazine,  Afrotainment, Printivo, Photo Booth Naija, Pulse NG, Information Nigeria, Terra Kulture, Google Nigeria, Print Magic, Media Exposure, That 1960 Chick and powered by Olori Supergal Company. 

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