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41st FIPP World Congress media conference

FIPP World Congress

Tobacco Dock, London

9-11 October 2017

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About the Congres

The FIPP World Congress is a premium, global flagship event attracting some 800 senior level strategic and operational managers from some 40 markets around the world. They come from media companies, marketing agencies and technology solution providers. They attend the Congress to learn, network and do business with each other, and have fun.

 

 

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View and download the speaker presentations from the FIPP World Congress, 9-11 October 2017, London. Please note that we will ONLY share those presentations we have been given permission to share by the speakers.


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Ralph Bucchi panel ()

New skills will drive future publishing - FIPP chairman

Without bringing newly skilled people into newsrooms, publishers will not succeed in the future. This was the stark warning delivered by Ralph Büchi, COO of the Ringier Group, CEO of Ringier Axel Springer Switzerland and newly elected chairman of FIPP, the network for global media.

Monetising video panel ()

Monetising video: a work in progress

One of the topics under investigation at this year’s FIPP World Congress in London was the term ‘pivot to video’ and whether, given the relative cost of producing video content off extremely low CPMs (some as low as 15 US cents), pursuing a video strategy one that is paying off for content owners.

Linda Thomas-Brooks ()

Proof that magazine media still deliver the best results for advertisers

Magazines are a shortcut to quality and continues to deliver top results for advertisers, according to Linda Thomas Brooks, CEO at MPA, USA, said during a keynote on the second day of the FIPP World Congress in London (11 October) last week.

AI panel ()

How artificial intelligence is set to impact media

Artificial intelligence is a key technology that will transform many industries in the coming years. It is already playing an important role in the media, largely driven by the experiments of platforms like Google and Facebook.

editors panel ()

Three top editors on the changing nature of the job

Time was when the role of an editor was fairly straightforward, not any more. The digital revolution means most editors need to not only understand the art of storytelling, but also how to weave content across multiple platforms often aimed at different audiences.

Congress at Congress ()

How Auto Bild capitalises on a megatrend

Worldwide interest in the technology that connects vehicles to the internet of things has prompted Axel Springer to develop a new brand - Connected Car. Its content has not only been integrated into existing brands but also lead to the development of new products and services, opening up new revenue streams for the publisher.

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