An Evening with Evan Shapiro

An Evening with Evan Shapiro

Monday, 29 January, 2024
6:15pm for 6:45pm

Location

Everyman Kings Cross
14-18 Handyside Street
London
N1C 4DN
United Kingdom
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Join RTS London for this unique opportunity to experience an in-depth evening with producer, analyst, and iconoclast Evan Shapiro.

Many will know Evan Shapiro as the official, unofficial cartographer of the Media Universe since Deadline published his first Media Universe Map.

It has since been adopted by businesses, executives, analysts, and colleges as the unofficial official representation of the map of media. Using his specific point of view, Evan charts the media’s future through his essays in the Media War & Peace Newsletter and with his change agency, ESHAP.

Evan was a hit at the RTS Cambridge Convention, coining “Disco Brothers” as the new industry name for Warner Brothers Discovery and his portrayal of the big tech companies as “trillion-dollar death stars”!

Shapiro is also an Emmy and Peabody Award-winning producer of TV, films, and podcasts, including Portlandia, This Film Is Not Yet Rated, Please Like Me, Comedy Bang Bang, Brick City, and Harmonquest.  He also serves as a professor at NYU and Fordham Schools of Business, as Board Chair for the non-profit educational enterprise One Diverse Industry, and co-host of the Cancel Culture Podcast.

After the presentation of his latest research, Sarah Clarkson, Head of Intelligence and Insight at Channel 4, will join Evan in conversation, followed by an audience Q&A.

Tickets include a complimentary glass of wine over which to continue the debate in the venue bar afterward. 

Host:
Sarah Clerkson, Head of Intelligence and Insight, Channel 4 Television

Guest:
Evan Shapiro, Analyst, Producer and Cartographer, ESHAP

Producer: Phil Barnes

Venue:
Screen 2
Everyman Kings Cross
4-18 Handyside Street
London N1C 4DN

Public transport:

BY TUBE
King's Cross St Pancras (Victoria, Piccadilly, Northern, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan and Circle Lines)

BY NATIONAL RAIL
King's Cross Station and St Pancras Station

BY BUS
Bus 390 stops at Randell's Road

Parking:
There is no parking provided on-site, however there is public parking in the vicinity. The nearest pay car parks are St. Pancras Station Car Park and King's Cross Station Car Park.

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Join RTS London for this unique opportunity to experience an in-depth evening with producer, analyst, and iconoclast Evan Shapiro.