You won't want to miss the 8th Big Data & AI for Media conference and idea exchange, taking place on 1-2 November at the Microsoft headquarters in London.
The event is packed with 20+ inspirational strategic and tactical case studies for media companies about earning revenues and growing audiences by leveraging data and artificial intelligence.
Participants will learn about the most innovative and practical data- and AI-driven advertising, subscription and cost-saving case studies at media companies, including the companies' objectives, best practices, resources required, successes and challenges, and how each data and AI tactic fits in to the companies' KPIs.
This global conference, organised and hosted by World Newsmedia Network in association with FIPP, is for media and data practitioners seeking to earn revenue and expand audiences by leveraging data and artificial intelligence.
Among the confirmed speakers for the conference are data and revenue executives from BBC, CNN, Condé Nast, Mittmedia, Expressen, United Robots, Financial Times, Neue Zürcher Zeitung, Pangaea Alliance, Civil and Styria Media.
For more information and to register visit london.bigdatamedia.org.
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