AdNewsTV: Facebook is not the devil: Mark Ritson at Media + Marketing Summit

By AdNews | 22 June 2017

Mark Ritson opened his presentation at the AdNews Media + Marketing Summit with the caveat that Google is not Satan, and Facebook is not the devil. Is Ritson going soft on the digital duopoly?

Not Exactly. From fake news, to the blind acceptance of digital, his presentation walked the audience through the Nine Circles of Digital Hell that are engulfing marketing - as he sees it.

Watch highlights of Mark Ritson’s presentation at the AdNews Media + Marketing Summit.

You can catch it in full at the Melbourne Summit on 2 August. Early Bird tickets can be purchased here.

Other speakers at the Melbourne event include, Holden Executive Director of Marketing, Mark Harland – who will open the event with a keynote presentation and Q&A, and Melbourne favourite, Adam Ferrier will close the day in conversation with a special guest. More to be revealed soon.

Plus, Lenovo Head of Digital & Social Danielle Uskovic, ANZ Head of Marketing Effectiveness Rob Brittain, Mondelez International Director Marketing - Chocolate (ANZ) Kjetil Undhjem and Bring CEO Roddy Campbell will deliver client-side insights – plus Carat CEO Paul BrooksBWM Dentsu Planning Director, Moensie Rossier, Publicis Media ANZ Chief Digital and Technology Officer Jason Tonelli, Clemenger BBDO Executive Planning Director Paul Rees-Jones and Zenith Australia CEO Nickie Scriven.

Tonic Health Media ambassador and author Matthew Johnstone will also bring some peace and harmony to proceedings with a special session on wellbeing and mindfulness.

Early bird tickets are priced at the following; $585 incl GST per person (five ticket booking) or $610 incl GST per ticket.

After early bird, standard tickets are priced at $799 incl GST per ticket.

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