We are almost at the end of 2017, which has been a fascinating year for the media. We have had fake news, the ongoing ascent of native advertising, innovations from social platforms and whole lot more. So, how much have you been paying attention?
Here is our fun media quiz for 2017. Whatever your score, one place to learn more about the future of the media and hear from the people are shaping it, is at the Digital Innovators Summit in Berlin in March 2018. If you book before the end of the month you will get a significant discount on the overall price. More details here.
***Registration for DIS 2018 (19-20 March in Berlin) is now open and you can get a massive discount of hundreds of euros if you book before 1 December. Secure your place here***
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The preliminary agenda for Digital Innovators’ Summit 2018 (DIS2018) is now live.7th Dec 2017 FIPP News
This is a reminder to book your place for Digital Innovators’ Summit 2018 TODAY to save €600 on final rates.30th Nov 2017 FIPP News
Only three days remain to save €600 per ticket for FIPP and VDZ’s 11th Digital Innovators’ Summit (DIS), taking place from 18-20 March in Berlin, Germany.27th Nov 2017 FIPP News
It has been a key tech buzzword for several years now, but many people are still confused about Blockchain and what exactly it is. In spite of this Blockchain is also beginning to impact on the media, with some companies starting to experiment with the technology to run advertising, micro payments and verification systems.4th Dec 2017 Features
Philipp Schmidt is the chief transformation officer for Prisma Media in France. Here, he talks us through some of the key challenges associated with updating traditional media brands, and now that the industry migration from print to digital has largely been made, looks at the next set of digital changes facing media.4th Dec 2017 Features
“I think you’re seeing a move-back to print; a move-back to the appreciation that print is restorative; it’s actually information that you take in. We know that there was a connection between the tactile, taking in of information… so, the touching of print and the absorption of information. And I feel very confident that print will continue to evolve and remain relevant.” - Joanna Coles8th Dec 2017 Features
While many potentially disruptive trends are not dominant or even easy to recognise, publishers must be ready to identify and experiment with them, warns Josh Macht, executive vice president and group publisher at the Harvard Business Review in the US.7th Dec 2017 Features
Creating content is the top goal for marketing pros around the world. According to figures compiled by communications and marketing agency Cognito, 61 per cent of the 165 marketing leaders they interviewed for a survey named creating content as the area where more of their marketing budget will be invested in 2018.4th Dec 2017 Insight News
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