The closure of the NEM Summit 2017 came with the announcement of the Award Winners....
NEM Initiative / New European Media Initiative is leading European Network for Media and Creative Industries
NEM Initiative mission is to foster the impact of interactive technologies on the future of new media
NEM Initiative task is interaction between Media, Content, Creative industries, Social Media, Broadcasting and Telecom sectors as well as Consumer electronics
NEM Initiative goal is to develop a common innovation environment for the new European media landscape
NEM Summit 2020 – Dublin, Ireland – 18-19 May 2020
The 12th edition of the NEM Summit will be organized in Dublin, Ireland, on 18-19 May 2020. Please, reserve these dates to attend the event and take part in discussions on the latest development in European media, content, and creativity.
The NEM Summit 2020 program will be created under the umbrella title
B’Smart – European Media Science and Technology Meets Arts
will consist of keynotes and invited talks, exhibitions presenting the research results in the NEM area achieved by various European projects and organizations. Everyone is invited to contribute to the NEM Summit 2020 by submitting extended abstracts and other contributions addressing the Summit topics defined in the
, along the following tracks:
- Scientific and Technical Track
- Application, Experimental & Business Track
- Birds of a Feather sessions, and
- NEM Art prize and competition.
Deadline for providing the contributions is on 17 February 2020.
To provide additional information to your contributions (e.g. for NEM Art), you can send it directly to NEM-Summit-AddInformation([at])nem-initiative.org
Call for Exhibitions
The NEM Summit 2020 Call for Exhibitions is open. More details are available here.
Deadline for providing the Exhibition proposals is on 6 April 2020.
Recommendations for successful European Converged Media
by Vital Media project
During last two years, Vital Media project has been working on establishment of research and innovation strategy of the media community for next 5-10 years. In order to establish the community strategy, the Vital Media project was closely working with the NEM Initiative. Based on the gathered community contributions, summarized in a number of NEM strategic documents, the Vital Media project defined Recommendations to decision makers at European Commission and on the EU Member States level for successful European Converged Media, addressing also the next EU research and Innovation framework program Horizon Europe (FP9), which are summarized in this document.
NEM SRIA 2025
NEM Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda 2025
The NEM SRIA 2025 document, containing views of the NEM Initiative community members on research and innovation topics of interests for coming years – towards 2025, have been consolidated during summer 2018 in accordance with the received community inputs. Many thanks to all NEM members for the valuable contributions!
The NEM SRIA 2025 is targeting the next research and innovation program of the European Union “Horizon Europe” (FP9) as well as national and regional research and innovation programs.
Enabling Future Social Media
In spring 2017, the Vital Media project and the NEM Initiative launched a set of activities, in order to engage the European media community and involve its members in discussions about future of the social media and possible European role in the global social media arena. The advocating for the needed activities on social media has been initiated through publication of a call for action “Towards the Future of Social Media”, seeking for needed contributions and actions from the broad European media community. Furthermore, the topic of the future social media was included in the program of the NEM Summit 2017 by organizing a special session with a call for extended abstract on subject of the future social media, inviting several key-note speakers on this topic, and organizing panel discussions at the event and other occasions.
In accordance with the received inputs and outcomes of discussions mentioned above, a White Paper “Towards the Future Social Media” was created and published in December 2017. Based on the White Paper, the Vital Media project, in cooperation with the NEM Steering Board, worked on a deeper analysis of the topics identified in the White Paper and finalized a publication “Enabling Future Social Media”, in June 2018, which is now available for broad audience.
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