Board membership is open to companies whose principal focus is to create and publish original content for their readers via digital platforms. Board members have the opportunity to influence the direction of the AOP and define the AOP’s overall strategic objectives and initiatives.
Board Member Benefits
One voting seat on the board, and therefore the opportunity to influence the direction of AOP – the board determines AOP’s strategic objectives, overseeing all AOP initiatives
Access to the Digital Publishers Revenue Initiative, administered by Deloitte on behalf of AOP, a pool of opted-in Board Members who provide their digital revenues on a monthly basis to achieve an aggregate view of the marketplace. All data is strictly confidential and members only see the aggregated view, enabling them to benchmark their own performance against the wider market on a3 monthly basis. Data points cover display, sponsorship, video, mobile, recruitment, other classified, subscriptions and other digital revenues, and can be measured to provide a detailed view of the market on a month-on-month and year-on-year basis
Attending other member-only and Board-only events, i.e. subject-specific roundtables
Board members are also entitled to unlimited free places at our monthly CRUNCH events
The Affiliate Membership tier is designed for specialist, independent and SME publishers with less than £5 million revenue per annum.
Affiliate Member Benefits
Bespoke invitations to select member-only events - member dinners and breakfasts for discussion, debate and sharing key business challenges.
Exclusive invitations to member-only workshops where we will explore the issues on topics such as ad blocking, mobile monetisation, and more and come up with solutions or best practice to address them. Affiliate members are entitled to one free place at workshops.
Affiliate members are also entitled to two free places at our monthly CRUNCH events
Support of AOP position on key industry issues, a prominent voice in the industry.
UKOM - governance of the audience measurement system delivered by comScore, a voice representing members interests.