Tomorrow’s Local Social Summit ’09 in London promises to be an interesting and thought provoking day.
I’m speaking in a panel discussion on Local Content & Monetisation although coming from the BBC angle my focus will be more on local content and social opportunities rather than commercial monetisation.
Some key questions I’d like to discuss include:
- How local is local? What level of localness is most effective?
- How will the market find the right balance between content providers and content aggregators?
- The web makes the whole world social, so when does local matter?
The final item of the day will be hosted by Praized’s Seb Provencher and is titled, What does the Perfect Local Media Company Look Like in 5 Years Time.
The slides make for an interesting read and ask some really good questions… I’m looking forward to the session.