Media and Blog Partners

Sun 25 Oct 2009

We’re thrilled to have so much support from mainstream and industry journalists and bloggers. They’re helping us promote the event and will also be covering it on the day. Some of our media and blog partners are also helping us create interesting content and discussions in the run up to the event too and will be involving sponsors, speakers, panellists and organizers in that coverage.


So without further ado, we’d like to introduce you to some of our media and blog friends.

IPC Media Logo IPC Media is a leading UK consumer magazine publisher. Almost two in every three UK women and over 44% of UK men read an IPC magazine. That’s almost 26 million UK adults. IPC’s diverse print and digital portfolio offers something for everyone and is at the heart of the UK’s cultural life.

Mobile Entertainment Magazine logo Mobile Entertainment reports the latest news, views and analysis from the fast-moving mobile content industry, across a unique combination of print, online, email, mobile and specialist industry events. Total monthly audience across print, online, digital and mobile tops 73,000.

Mobile Marketing Magazine logo Mobile Marketing Magazine is the online magazine dedicated to mobile marketing. Written by marketing and technology journalist, David Murphy, the site is designed as a one-stop shop for information about mobile marketing, including news, views, campaigns, case studies and advice.

MSearchgroove logo MSearchGroove (MSG) is a premiere knowledge portal providing analysis and commentary on mobile search, mobile advertising, social media and all things digital at the intersection of content and context. Through primary research and interviews with C-level executives and industry luminaries, MSG is the essential read for companies seeking ways to monetize their digital assets, drive mobile advertising revenues and connect with empowered consumers.

The Really Mobile Project logo The Really Mobile Project is a mobile-focused online video show and website, brought to you by Ben Smith, Dan Lane, James Whatley and Vikki Chowney with regular guest contributors. Featuring a mixture of written and video-based features, including interviews with key industry figures and event coverage, the project aims to provide analysis and opinion for mobile-centric professionals and enthusiasts.

Mobile Industry Review logo Mobile Industry Review is an online and email service providing news and opinion from the mobile and wireless industries to over 250,000 mobile industry executives and fanatics around the world.

Mobile Developer TV logo Mobile Developer TV Interviewing the industry’s brightest and best mobile developers, pundits and entrepreneurs, Ewan MacLeod showcases the latest developments, technologies and services in our mobile world in his weekly video show.

All About Symbian logo All about Symbian is the world’s biggest community site and portal for smartphones running the Symbian OS, with over 1.5 million visitors each month. It provides an independent source of news, reviews, feature articles, a forum and much more to the Symbian ecosystem brought to you by Rafe Blandford, Steve Litchfield, Ewan Spence and Tzer2.

160 Characters Organisation logo 160 Characters was set up by Mike Grenville in 2001 and has been tracking the mobile messaging industry ever since – be that SMS, email, MMS, MIM, voice, video and what can be done with them. Activities include a mobile messaging industry news web site, free email newsletter, seminars and the annual Mobile Messaging Awards.

Mobile Zeitgeist logo Mobile Zeitgeist is the leading online magazine on mobile business in German-speaking countries edited by Heike Scholz covering trends, applications and ideas in the mobile industry.

Mob Happy logo Mobhappy is a collaborative effort of Russell Buckley, leading practitioner, speaker and commentator on mobile marketing, and Carlo Longino, an experienced writer, analyst and consultant who has been working in the mobile industry for ten years. Sitting on opposite sides of the Atlantic, Russell and Carlo bring a unique perspective to their analysis of the mobile telecoms industry on their blog.

M Trends logo M-Trends is Rudy de Waele’s blog about mobile media lifestyle, trends, ideas and opinions on anything mobile. Rudy is co-founder of dotopen and founder of Mobile Monday Barcelona and Mobile Monday Madrid and the Global Peer Awards held in Barcelona every year during Mobile World Congress.


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