Tim Gardam, former Head of Current Affairs at BBC TV and Radio, Controller of News and Documentaries at Channel Five, Director of Television and Director of Programmes at Channel 4, and currently Principal of St Anne’s College, Oxford, will be in charge of the conference opening and keynote adresses. You can see the list of other speakers here. The fees for attending the full conference are 320 £.
The Churches' Media Council, according to their own site, “exists to build bridges between the Christian community and the media. It does this by encouraging and resourcing media bodies and producers, especially as they deal with issues of faith and values, helping churches and Christian organisations to engage constructively with the media, and keeping them informed about key developments, supporting Christians working in the production community, through theMediaNet (formerly the Association of Christians in Media) and contributing to the development of broadcasting policy.