The conference will put the Korean magazine media industry under a microscope for the whole world to see. Learn about how Korean publishers are fuelling their growth and how publishers from other countries can partner with them, in this two-day event in Seoul this September.
FIPP and KMA (Korean Magazine Association) will host the 3rd Asia-Pacific Digital Magazine Media Conference on 19-21 September 2012 in Seoul, Korea – a two-day international conference for magazine media companies all over the world.
The conference programme will consist of some of the biggest names in the Asian magazine media industry talking about their business strategies and successes, the new business models, the emergence of new marketing and distribution techniques, and the development of tablet publishing and new media platforms.
Attendees will hear just what advertisers are looking for from magazine media companies. FIPP will also be launching the first ever World Digital Media Trends report at the conference, and a copy of the brand new publication which available for free to all delegates.
The social event programme offers valuable networking opportunities and an expo area where delegates can learn about new and interesting services that help magazine media businesses be more efficient and profitable. The conference will also showcase KMA’s activities and the industry’s global growth capabilities.
Programme sessions include:
Development of the Korean magazine market
Content on the move
The future of mobile
Innovations in magazine media
How to leverage social media
The route to profitable websites
Tablet publishing and distribution
Developing an international brand
The future of magazine media in China and Japan
Chang-Eui Lee, CEO, Chosun Magazine, South Korea
Vijay Radhakrishnan, president, Magster, India
Peo Strindlund, vice president of sales, Mag+, Sweden
Martha Stone, CEO, World Newsmedia Network, USA
Richard J. Murphy, senior vice president, BPA, USA
Zeno Pellizari, international MD, Mondadori, Italy
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