[an error occurred while processing this directive]
BBC News
watch One-Minute World News
Last Updated: Wednesday, 3 May 2006, 12:18 GMT 13:18 UK
The We Media conference

The entrance to BBC Television Centre in west London

BBC Television Centre in London hosts day one of the We Media conference, which looks at changing media trends

The BBC's Director of Global News, Richard Sambrook

Richard Sambrook, the BBC's Director of Global News, gives the event's opening address

Panellists speak during the first session

Panellists discuss how trust and empowerment shape our society during the first session

Noted blogger and consultant Jeff Jarvis

Noted blogger and consultant Jeff Jarvis gives his first contribution to the summit

Bloggers working at the conference

Researchers search blogs and the wider internet for comment to feed into the discussion

Nitin Desai, special adviser to the UN secretary general

Nitin Desai, special adviser to the UN secretary general, tells the event that "the audience for news is changing"

Rachel North, a survivor of the London bomb attacks who spoke at the conference

Rachel North, a survivor of the London bomb attacks who blogged her experiences, gave her description of citizen media

'Digital assassins' - people using the internet to consume most of their media - speak at the event

'Digital assassins' - people using the internet to consume most of their media - interacted with mainstream media chiefs

The actor and activist Richard Dreyfuss, speaking at the summit

The actor and activist Richard Dreyfuss spoke about the challenge of "instantaneous knowledge"

A cameraman and a woman using a laptop

The organisers aim to stimulate discussion outside the conference through blogs, chats and live streaming

Reuters CEO Tom Glocer prepares to speak on day two of the conference

On day two on the event in Canary Wharf in London, Reuters CEO Tom Glocer spoke on the opening-up of media





PRODUCTS AND SERVICES

Americas Africa Europe Middle East South Asia Asia Pacific