About International Media Convention and MEDIENWOCHE@IFA
In a fully packed two-day-program, the International Media Convention showcases the future of the media, content and consumer electronics industries. Prominent international guests participate in keynotes, podium discussions and screenings covering the current issues, trends and strategies pursued by media corporations and the Internet industry. It has a special focus on policy-making challenges, new content and innovative business models as well as szenarios of a future media landscape and changing media usage. The convention is a meeting point for global thinkers and visionaries, opinion leaders and decision makers, entrepreneurs and investores, scientists and researchers, content producers and creative talents. The International Media Convention will consist of a two-day intense focus on issues dealing with the future of the media industry as well as the content and device industries. Keynotes with international participants, podium presentation sessions and screenings will deal with current issues, trends and strategies of media outlets and the Internet industry, as well as with political challenges, new content and business models.
- cutting-edge, international and interdisciplinary debates
- high profile keynotes and talks
- international perspectives and interdisciplinary exchange
- focus on start-ups and the digital founders’ scene
- presentations of innovative content, platforms and business models
- presentations of new devices and technologies
- more than 3,000 participants/year
- 180 national and international speakers
- compact program with more than 70 keynotes, talks and presentations
- 1.400 accredited national and international journalists
- Convention tickets include access to the IFA trade fair
The International Media Convention takes place in the framework of the MEDIENWOCHE@IFA, which combines the IFA, the world’s largest consumer electronics fair, the International Media Convention, the medianight, the M100 Sanssouci Colloqium and further high-class events. It is one of the most important media gatherings in the German-speaking territories.