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41st FIPP World Congress media conference

FIPP World Congress

Tobacco Dock, London

9-11 October 2017

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41st FIPP World Congress in London

 

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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[Video] Global reporting, multi-channel, journalism and fact checking in a fast-paced world

Delhi-headquartered India Today Group has interests across publishing, broadcast, radio, television, and the web. Here, we speak to Loveena Tandon, UK and Europe correspondent for the platform, about some of the factors behind India Today’s editorial success, and providing quality journalism across channels in an increasingly converging media world. 

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[Video] How publishers can satisfy the consumers of tomorrow

In a world of smartphone zombies publishers need to adapt to consumers’ behavioural changes, warns chief strategy officer at Somo, Ross Sleight.

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Advertising in the era of Google and Facebook

The Facebook and Google duopoly are creating huge shifts in the allocation of advertising budgets. What does this mean for publishers, brands, and agencies? A panel of industry experts gave some answers during a recent panel discussion at the FIPP World Congress.

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How Bloomberg Media is expanding Businessweek’s global footprint

Bloomberg Businessweek re-launched earlier this year with an ambitious objective to become the number one truly global title for business leaders in a connected world. Editor Megan Murphy was at the recent FIPP Congress in London to explain how they have gone about this.

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Why content should be created specific to each platform

Publishers’ growing urge to be platform agnostic needs to be balanced by focussed efforts to ensure content remains platform specific.

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Globalising your niche: Building Vogue International

Managing a well recognised brand such as Vogue with siloed editions unique to each country worked wonders in the past but “drivers of change” forced Vogue International to not only rethink their digital content distribution but also their international organisation models.

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