We’re proud of what we do at the Frontline, bringing our members and guests a unique programme of debates, talks, film screenings and training all year round.
But as well as inviting our friends to our home at 13 Norfolk Place, we also want people in the UK and around the world who can’t attend events in person to engage with the club as well. So here are a few of the ways we’re broadcasting what we do:
- Audio: Did you know we’re on iTunes? Follow this link to subscribe our podcast which will automatically deliver the audio from all our events straight to your computer or your iPod.
- Video: Every Frontline talk and debate is filmed live and you can catch up and watch each one again by going to Viddler.com. Watch a fascinating First Wednesday discussion on Afghanistan below.
- Blogs: We now have a network of bloggers who cover our live events and record the key insights after every talk and debate. You can read all our reports at the Forum Blog, and you can subscribe for automatic updates using the RSS feed and tools like Google Reader.
- Twitter: You can follow what the club’s up to on Twitter at @FrontlineClub, where we provide details on all the latest events and @FrontlineBlog which offers news and information from the world of journalism.
But of course, there’s no substitute for coming to the Frontline itself. Tickets for events are all available online and if you’re thinking of becoming a member of the club, remember that members get exclusive benefits, money off in our fabulous restaurant and free entry to all events and screenings.
See you at the Frontline!