The FT’s annual Digital Media conference took place at Kings Place in London this week. Chaired by Richard Waters, FT’s West Coast managing editor, with sessions led by Henry Mance, media correspondent, Matthew Garrahan, media editor, and Robert Shrimsley, managing editor of, the event gathered thought leaders to explore the reimagining of media formats and models.

Carlo D’Asaro Biondo, EMEA president of strategic relationships at Google, opened the conference by introducing Google’s newly launched Digital News Initiative in Europe.

Other speakers included Sir Martin Sorrell, CEO, WPP; Kerry Trainor, CEO, Vimeo; Jefferson Hack, editorial director and publisher, Dazed Group; Stephen Nuttall, senior director, YouTube EMEA; Dawn Airey, CEO, EMEA, Yahoo!; Tim Davie, CEO of BBC Worldwide; and Nick D’Aloisio, product manager of Yahoo News Digest and founder of Summly.

Some keynotes, panels and sessions are available to watch online now.

You can catch up with conversation from the conference at #FTMedia.

Images from the event are available via Flickr.


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