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Speaking Opportunities

All of our events centre on panel debates involving senior executives from across the industry. Over the last ten years our events have been graced by a true who's who of the media and advertising industry. You can visit our Speaker Hall of Fame to see just some of those who have participated at past Mediatel Events.

We are always keen to hear of new initiatives and innovation too. We track everything we can but we are open to learning more, especially when you feel it is new to the market too. Feel free to pitch us!

If you’d like to get involved in future events or have an event idea you wish to discuss with us please contact us on or call 020 7420 3252.

Speaker Hall of Fame!
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Mediatel Events offer many different partnership opportunities to get your brand, products and services in front of an audience of key, relevant senior leaders from across the media and advertising sector.

At every Mediatel event you know exactly who is in the room.

The Mediatel season tickets scheme guarantees the attendance of most of the main media agencies; we are very well connected in the media owner world; and our two global TV events (each attended by 600 plus delegates) show the pulling power we have across TV and adtech.

As a rule our comprehensive event partnership packages includes speaker opportunities, vox pops to camera at the event, branding, guest passes and a range of marketing opportunities in advance and at the event. You can also top these up further with advertising and PR across Mediatel News and Videonet.

At IBC and dmexco Mediatel Events run invite-only fringe conference sessions and round-tables, reported extensively via News and Videonet and distributed to our 20,000 network. We also offer promotional video packages, distributed similarly, to help you get your messages heard above the "noise."

Bespoke breakfasts

We run a small number of bespoke breakfasts annually, covering topical subject matter in partnership with thought-leading businesses. Over the last two years these have included Videology, Fetch, Verimatrix, comScore, 4C, Primesight, Google, The Royal Mail, Freewheel and Facebook.

We work with our partners in advance to determine precisely who they want to be talking to, and to create an event that gives them an opportunity to get across their messages within the context of a challenging industry debate.

Once again, our invited guests leave informed and entertained: “On the way out I had people saying thanks very much I learnt a lot today about things which affect my day-to-day work.” - Fetch

Here are just a couple of the bespoke events we've organised:

Breakfast debate in association with comScore

Breakfast debate in association with Ezoic

4C's "If viewers can multi-task... why can't advertisers?"

"Whose Job Is It Anyway?" - in association with ITV

If you’d like to discuss partnership opportunities or get a bespoke proposal, please contact the sales team on or call 020 7420 3252.

Amplifying your messages

Mediatel News is very highly regarded by senior executives across the UK media and advertising industry - a "must read" for the latest thought leadership and opinion.

Videonet is a key news and information source for the TV and tech industry globally.

Each work hand in hand with Mediatel Events, covering our conferences, developing key areas of debate and often provide chairs or interviewers for the sessions.

Mediatel News is a great source of thoughtful commentary on the key issues across a variety of media. I enjoy starting the week with Dominic Mills and find Ray Snoddy and Richard Marks particularly insightful. Whether you agree or disagree with the News columnists they make you think and that's the point, isn't it!” Chris Mundy, Managing Director at Clearcast Ltd.