Newsflare, a world-leading provider of eye-witness video and user-generated content for media organisations, social publishers, production companies and brands, announces a new sponsorship deal with Press Gazette.
The team at Newsflare will be sponsoring The Future of Media Technology event, the aim of which is to provide insight into the big themes shaping the future of quality media.
Held throughout September, to coincide with London Tech Week, the event will feature a series of online seminars, panel discussions and Q&A’s discussing topics including content syndication, Adtech and affiliate marketing, content, and subscriptions strategies.
Neil Rampe Chief Commercial Officer at Newsflare, said:
“We are proud to be both associated with and sponsoring The Future of Media Technology Event. User Generated Content has evolved rapidly from the age of digital infancy to the means by which people connect with each other, share experiences and tell stories. UGC has offered up iconic and unforgettable moments, broken huge news stories, and increasingly become a vehicle through which human rights issues, gender issues, environmental concerns and more are made public. It’s also become a key tool for publishers wishing to innovate, and reach, engage, influence and monetise new audiences.”
“Newsflare is passionate about the future of publishing, and we look forward to playing our part in this event which is set to tackle the big themes shaping a sustainable media model of the future.”
The Future of Media Technology Event will be taking between 9th and 30th September 2021. To attend, or for more information visit www.pressgazette.co.uk
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Headquartered in London and with offices in Los Angeles, Newsflare is a global leader in licencing user-generated and eyewitness video to TV producers, brands, advertising agencies, and publishers.
Its unique model, which combines tech driven optimisation with the expertise of seasoned editorial and production teams, sources UGC from a diverse partner network and 40,000 strong content creation community. With viral video and breaking news from around the globe uploaded daily, a back catalogue of nearly a quarter of a million videos, and an ability to crowdsource content, Newsflare ensures the stories buyers want to tell are easy to source and quick to license.