Media, Advertising & PR Conferences in Singapore

Digital Signage World Asia 2014

Date: 23-Apr-14 to 24-Apr-14
Location: Singapore / Singapore
"Digital Signage World Asia is the strategic event that brings together end-users from all key vertical markets such as education, entertainment and venues, travel and hospitality, healthcare, banking, media and advertising with top-notch digital signage solution providers. With DOOH advertising growing in Asia, Digital Signage World Asia 2014 will be the one-stop place for you to showcase your technologies and educate potential clients on the benefits of your energy-efficient solutions. Digital Signage World Asia will be co-located with Retail World Asia and e-Commerce Show Asia. "

Interactive Digital News Design 2014

Date: 28-Apr-14 to 29-Apr-14
Location: Singapore / Singapore
Interactive Digital News Design Inform, Engage and Delight Your readers! Maximise Your User Experience, Gain Greater Readership, Keep Up with the Latest Trends and to Better Meet Your Readers' Reading Needs and Engagement Patterns This exciting, high value content 2-day conference will showcase successful re-designed and re-launched news design on digital (mobile & tablet) platforms. Listen to case studies and useful tips and strategies for the strategic planning and design journey for breaking news on digital platforms. Covering – Successful front page designs, user experience and user centred designs, news apps and interactive design, story structuring and layout, typography success, sports page design, social media’s impact on news design, great vs. good designs and more. ...

3rd Annual International Conference on Journalism and Mass Communications (JMComm 2014)

Date: 22-Sep-14 to 23-Sep-14
Location: Singapore / Singapore
"At the Crossroads of Communication, Journalism, Media, Corporate and Social Responsibility" The media industry, in many respects, is at a crossroads as it seeks to come to terms with developments in technology that simultaneously allow new heights of journalistic excellence, as well as the emergence of more worrying trends such as "fake" journalism. In this digital age, communication ethics - the codes, moral standards and values followed by media organizations and in human communication, are more significant than ever before. Therefore, we need to explore how media can be socially responsible and provide true, accurate, comprehensive and objective information, and try to resolve the conflict between communication freedom, public interest and social impact.