I just got the first registration list from the INMA/INNOVATION Oxford Tablet Summit (May 17-18, 2008) with almost 140 people!
Well, the good news is that the 100 limit has been exceeded and now due to the number of late registrations, the Summit is making space for only 10 more participants.
So if you are interested, before the Oxford Tablet Summit is sold out, register right now here.
And let me summarize what you can expect from this first Oxford Summit:
1. The big picture: how print media started on paper and is heading to digital mobile tablets.
2. How do you reorganize your newsroom for the Tablet Age. Expect examples.
3. Why New Digital Narratives are the best way to tell stories with the tablets. Expect examples.
4. What are the best Navigation Guidelines for the new tablets. Expect examples.
5. What are the best Design Guidelines for these tablets. Expect examples.
6. How must we change our Editorial Teams and their Workflows to make tablet content. Expect examples.
7. Why this is The New Age of Digital Reading for News. Expect examples.
8. How we go from iPad to iPaid. Expect examples.
9. Key Concepts of Paid Content and Advertising on Tablets. Expect examples.
10. The INNOVATION Bible on the iPad. A complimentary copy of our Confidential Newsletter with a Special Report on the Tablet Revolution.
And 150 people willing to learn and to share with all of us their first prototypes, strategies, experiences… and a lot of examples.
No bla, bla, bla.
Cases, models and guidelines.
The good and the bad ones.
And, yes, lessons too from the first mistakes…
This Summit wants to be a “reality check”.
So it’s not for Apple fans or enemies but for publishers, editors, visual journalists, marketing and advertising executives that are visionaries, pioneers but also practical doers.
, Oxford Tablet Summit