Register before the 16th to pay the standard rate and avoid the late registration levy of €200 from the 17th.
DIS 2017 takes place from 19-21 March, with the main agenda on 20 and 21 March. Please note with people from more than 30 countries already signed up, places for DIS 2017 are becoming limited, so best now is to register sooner rather than later.
See the final agenda, now also including confirmation of Andrew Losowsky, project lead, The Coral Project at Mozilla Foundation. The Coral Project is a collaborative, open-source project between The New York Times, The Washington Post and Mozilla Foundation aimed at bringing journalists and the communities they serve closer together through a range of innovative technology and platform solutions.
DIS is not only about the agenda of course, but presents an opportunity to rub shoulders with peers from around the world. Besides breaks during the main Summit, there are also social events lined up for relaxed networking. There is more on the DIS website.
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