An in-depth look at seven key issues for media discussed at DIS 2017

The report highlights include:

1. Strategy and culture – changes in the past 12 months

2. Video – ongoing growth, innovation and monetisation

3. Social platforms and mobile – the ongoing impact of FB, Google and others and how publishers view and are working with them

4. Journalism and newsroom innovation – techniques of harvesting and presenting news

5. New technologies/platforms – AI, and everything from chatbots, to voice and VR/AR

6. Revenue streams and monetisation – ways of making money

7. Fake news – and combating it

Download the full report here.

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• Download speaker presentations (where made available by them) here

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