Who we are
Media lies at the heart of British life; whether through its historical embrace of the daily newspaper, the modulated tones of the BBC or its enthusiasm for voicing its opinion through Twitter, the rowdy, rambunctious, irreverent nature of British democracy is reflected in the country's love of news, views and comment.
The Media Society is a charity which exists to reflect that passion and exuberance through an exciting, diverse and engaging events programme encouraging anyone with an interest in media to get involved, listening to and questioning those at the heart of this enthralling industry.
Our membership includes journalists, broadcasters, PR folk and indeed anyone who has a connection with media. But just as media affects everyone, so our membership is open to all.
Our mission is straightforward; to surprise, provoke, inspire, educate and entertain.
So enjoy exploring our website, look at our events calendar and why not keep up-to-date by joining the Media Society?
After all, in media, it's now. Or never.
Who Won General Election Night on TV?
It's the Factual Cup Final - Who Triumphed?
Join us at the Groucho to discuss how the media covered the general election.
Brexit, Trump and the Media with Arron Banks and Stewart Purvis.
Should the media have handled things differently?
Sunday June 25
A host of talented journalists were honoured at the Media Society's summer drinks earlier this week.
MONDAY JUNE 12
The Steve Hewlett Memorial Fund has been set-up in memory of the celebrated broadcaster who died earlier this year after bravely sharing his experiences of cancer through a series of remarkable interviews with Eddie Mair on Radio Four's PM programme.
Tuesday March 14
The Media Society has joined forces with the London Learning Consortium (LLC) to launch a competition to support aspiring journalists.
Saturday 26 November
One of the nation's most loved broadcasters, Steve Hewlett has an open conversation with Roger Bolton.
Thursday 9 June 2016
Current Channel 4 CEO David Abraham discusses suggestions of privatisation floated by Culture Secretary John Whittingdale.
Some of the success stories
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