IBC Appoints Graham Lovelace To New Post Of Content Editor
LONDON, Nov. 25, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- IBC, the premier annual event for professionals engaged in the creation, management and delivery of entertainment and news content worldwide, has appointed Graham Lovelace to the new post of Content Editor.
Graham, who has 30 years' experience in print, broadcast and interactive media as a journalist, editor and consultant, joins IBC in a consultative capacity as the organisation creates a content team to work across the renowned IBC Conference, IBC Leaders' Summit, and IBC Rising Stars events.
Graham, who helped deliver a highly successful IBC2013 Leaders' Summit as consultant editor, will work closely with IBC Conference Chair Michael Lumley in helping to shape another world-class event for 2014.
IBC Chief Executive Michael Crimp said: "I would like to welcome Graham to the IBC team. IBC benefits hugely from its involvement with experienced industry professionals and this appointment will build on our unique 'by the industry, for the industry' approach."
IBC Conference Chair Michael Lumley said: "Graham's expertise will help IBC deliver greater clarity and focus to the design of the conference. This is a welcome development that signals IBC's intent to remain the leading event for media professionals."
IBC is the premier annual event for professionals engaged in the creation, management and delivery of entertainment and news content worldwide. Attracting 50,000+ attendees from more than 170 countries, IBC combines a highly respected and peer-reviewed conference with an exhibition that exhibits more than 1,400 leading suppliers of state of the art electronic media technology and provides unrivalled networking opportunities.
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Conference: 11 - 17 September 2014
Exhibition: 12 - 16 September 2014
About Graham Lovelace
Journalist, editor and media consultant Graham Lovelace was the founding Editorial Director at Teletext Limited and also a founding director of Associated New Media, the business that went on to create MailOnline, the world's leading online newspaper. Before Teletext, and its parent, the Daily Mail Group, Graham worked as a senior editor and journalist at the BBC, Visnews (now Reuters TV), BSB News (now BSkyB), ITN, Channel Four, The Press Association and Pearson regional Press.