LOVELACE is a future-facing media consultancy providing advice, content, and events.
The company was founded in 2005 after the sale of Graham’s previous business, media intelligence provider Lovelacemedia, to The Press Association.
Our consulting focus is the future of media.
We evaluate strategies, assess opportunities, conduct due diligence. We do this for businesses large and small, well-established and those just starting up. Consulting clients include:
Graham advised social TV analytics provider SecondSync on business development and strategy prior to its acquisition by Twitter in 2014. Graham has advised numerous other start-ups, and continues to advise Social Asset Management (SAM).
We produce bespoke content: reports and white papers, speeches and presentations, marketing and communications support. This includes the creation of impactful infographics via The Infographics Agency, in association with Vroom Media.
We produce and chair conferences, moderate seminars and workshops. These have ranged from major ticketed events such as the International Broadcasting Convention (IBC) and Connected TV World Summit to invite-only corporate events, such as Sky’s inaugural Technology Summit, Streaming at Scale, and Digital UK/ Freeview’s annual stakeholder meeting.
Graham started his career as a journalist and editor in newspapers and TV news. He was the founding Editorial Director at Teletext Limited and also a founding director of Associated New Media, the business that went on to create MailOnline, the world’s leading online newspaper.
Before Teletext, and its parent, the Daily Mail Group, Graham worked as a senior editor and journalist at the BBC, Visnews (now Reuters TV), BSB News (now BSkyB), ITN, Channel Four, The Press Association and Pearson regional newspapers.
Graham is a former Content Editor at IBC, producing the IBC Leaders’ Summit in 2013 and 2014, plus the main IBC conference in 2014, and IBC’s inaugural event in Dubai in 2015. He is Media Technologies Director at asi, owner of the International Radio & Audio and Television & Video Conferences.
Graham is a graduate of Harvard Business School’s Advanced Management Program. He is a member of the Royal Television Society and the Harvard Business School Club of London. He’s a regular commentator on media developments in newspaper columns, and television & radio interviews.