Channel 4's Plannertarium II seeks star planners

LONDON - For the second year running, Channel 4 is seeking to engage with the rising stars of the media planning industry at a special event in July that will explore the future of TV planning.

Channel 4's Plannertarium II seeks star planners
Channel 4's Plannertarium II seeks star planners

The Plannertarium II event - in association with Media Week - will give a selected group of planners the opportunity to hear views from some of the TV industry's key figures.

Confirmed speakers include Channel 4 sales director Andy Barnes and Mike Parker, Channel 4 head of strategic sales and commercial marketing.

Other speakers will be Tess Alps, chief executive, Thinkbox; Cameron Saunders, UK marketing director, 20th Century Fox; Leon Jaume, executive creative director, WCRS, and Rory Sutherland, vice-chairman, Ogilvy Group.

Topics include rethinking space, ad break events, contextual advertising in the break and channel association in the break.

The event will be held on 9 July at The Vineyard at Stockcross, Berkshire.

To apply for a place and see images from last year's event, go to Channel4sales.com/theplannertarium

Applicants must register by 29 May.

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