Becoming a member of the Media Society gives you a whole host of benefits.
It's just £60 for a year's membership and even less if you are a student.
As a member you:
- Receive an invitation to all our events at fantastic venues with great speakers
- Stay up to date with all the latest developments in the media industry
- Have the opportunity to network face to face with leading figures across all sections of the media at our range of formal and informal events
Why become a member?
Media thrives on 'the conversation', contacts and, of course, inside information.
At the Media Society, we offer an unparalleled opportunity to develop all three. Whether you're just starting out, at the top of your game, or just looking to keep in touch with developments in this fast-moving industry, our events, our members, our Council are the hat for those looking to get ahead.
Membership, they say, has its privileges and at the Media Society you'll be granted access to some of the major players, the latest thinking and the best-informed sources on all things media. And all in a convivial, welcoming environment united by a passion for news, views and comment.
No other media organisation comes close to offering such a diverse and compelling range of people and insights.
It doesn't matter whether you're a student aiming to become a headline act or a headline act looking to learn, there really is only one destination for the savvy media operator.
The Media Society
Join The Media Society today!
Simply click the 'Pay' button below to join until 31st December 2017 (£60). If you are a student you can join us for just £5 until 31st December 2017! Send us your payment via PayPal below. After clicking 'Pay' you will be taken to a secure PayPal payment page where you will enter your payment and membership information.
You can pay with credit cards or debit cards, or use your PayPal account. As soon as we receive your payment you will be a member of The Media Society and we will be in touch with you shortly.
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