East Building, Houghton Street
London, England WC2A

"David Cameron accused Gordon Brown of being “an analogue politician in a digital age”. Is the book publishing industry the last bastion of analogue thinking in the media or is it making the transition more smoothly and learning from the mistakes of others?

Victoria Barnsley is Chief Executive and Publisher of HarperCollins UK and International. HarperCollins, part of the global media and entertainment group, News Corporation, is one of the world’s leading publishers Before joining HarperCollins in July 2000, she spent 16 years running Fourth Estate, one of the UK’s most prominent and successful literary imprints. She is a former Trustee of both the Tate and the National Gallery and is now a Trustee of the Tate Foundation and a Director of Tate Enterprises Ltd. She was made a Fellow of University College, London, in 2005 and was awarded an Honorary Doctorate from Oxford Brookes University in 2006."

This event is free and open to all with no ticket required. Entry is on a first come, first served basis.

Official Website: http://www.lse.ac.uk/collections/LSEPublicLecturesAndEvents/events/2008/20080820t1522z001.htm

Added by nico_macdonald on October 25, 2008