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Can’t make it to Berlin? Live stream DIS2019

We understand travelling for events is hard, no matter how good they are to attend in-person. This is why we will live stream a number of DIS2019 sessions this year, straight to your device of choice. 

 

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Launched in 2007 as an annual event dedicated to digital innovations in media, DIS2019 (innovators-summit.com) takes place on 25 and 26 March in Berlin, Germany.

- Have a look at the agenda here

You will have the option to access all streams for both days at €179 (incl. VAT) or access presentations of your choice at €5.99 (incl. VAT) per presentation. 

Sign up here for full access 

- You will be able to buy your pass for specific presentations from 29 March onwards

Brought to you by LaterPay, you will be able to access the live stream from the DIS website – innovators-summit.com – on 25 and 26 March. The content will remain open in the form of videos on demand for 3 months thereafter for you to watch sessions you have missed or to refer back to sessions you have watched.

If you have any questions regarding the live streaming, contact Lolita Lux at VDZ at l.lux@vdz.de or +49 151 62462300.

 

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