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Stephanie Caspar, Scott Havens, Robin Fields and more confirmed as speakers for DIS2019

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Announcing the addition of several new speakers to the DIS2019 line-up. In 2019, DIS (Digital Innovators’ Summit), the annual media innovation event first established in 2007, takes place on 25-26 March in Berlin, Germany. Pre-agenda tickets with discounts worth several hundred euros are currently on sale – but for a limited period remaining.

DIS 2019 speakers 

New speakers confirmed include: 

1. Stephanie Caspar, President of Technology and Data, Axel Springer, Germany

2. Scott Havens, Global Head of Digital & Media Distribution, Bloomberg Media, USA

3. Robin Fields, Managing Editor, ProPublica, USA

4. Jason Kint, CEO, Digital Content Next, USA

5. Marcus Brauchli, Managing Partner, North Base Media (former Managing Editor, WSJ, and Executive Editor, The Washington Post), USA

6. Heather Bryant, Founder, Project Facet (fostering newsroom collaboration through technology), USA

7. Nancy Spears, CEO, genConnect, USA

8. Ling Fan, Founder and CEO, Tezign, China

9. Andy Brown, Chairman and CEO, Kantar Media, UK

See the current list with confirmed speakers here, with more to be announced in coming weeks. Visit innovators-summit.com for more and sign up at our limited period pre-agenda discount offer here.

We hope to see you in Berlin!

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