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How much do you know about the media? Take our quiz!

2017 was a fascinating year for the media. We 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 what happened in 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. Book by 14 February to get a significant discount on the overall price. More details here.

 

 

***Registration for DIS 2018 (19-20 March in Berlin) is open and you can get a massive discount of hundreds of euros if you book by 14 February. Secure your place here***

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    With a misleading name, Google’s new ‘AMP Stories’ may at first glance be seen as nothing more than what we have already witnessed on Snapchat, Instagram and Facebook’s ‘stories’ format. But it’s not quite as straightforward as it seems and may level the playing field for smaller publishers, say industry experts.

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  • Behind the scenes of HarpersBazaar.com’s new Little Black Book celebrity video series

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  • The Mr. Magazine™ interview: Wired’s editor-in-chief Nick Thompson on the roadmap to magazine success

    “There’s something about the print magazine that’s special. It’s got the front cover, which is a way to really make a statement. It has a back cover that advertisers love. It has the capacity to package things, because the Internet breaks everything up, so the capacity to keep things together is really valuable. And advertisers see that too.” - Nick Thompson, editor-in-chief, Wired

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