Our events are our only source of income as we don’t have sponsorship.
We are volunteer run and while we have very small outgoings we are starting to eat into our reserves.
Becoming a member would be a massive help and gives you a whole host of benefits.
So please join!
New special offer membership rates:
Annual membership £45
3 years £110
Lifetime membership: £600
Remember if you join...
- … you get preferential booking and a worthwhile discount on the ticket price to all our events. Plus access to all our collaborators like the Journalists’ Charity, RTS and the London Press Club.
Huge thanks in anticipation for all your help!
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.
Join The Media Society today!
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Sir Alistair Burnet