View and download the speaker presentations from the Digital Innovators' Summit, 18-20 March, Berlin.
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Juan Señor, Innovation Media Consulting: The future... for those who choose it
Mark van de Kamp, Escenic: Set your content free – a Q&A on the future of storytelling
Maureen Hoch, Harvard Business Review: Using emerging media formats to super-charge audience engagement
Molly Miller, ALM Media: Differentiation in the age of efficient journalism
Melissa Rosenthal, Cheddar: A new kind of media for a new generation
Helje Solberg, VGTV: Lessons from Schibsted's money-making video machine
Ingo Rübe, Bot Labs: Blockchain and the future of media
Daniel Sieberg, Civil: The decentralised marketplace for sustainable journalism
Matt Monahan, Arc Publishing, WashPo: Using technology to drive growth at The Washington Post
Hilmar Mulder, Libelle, Sanoma: Saving Libelle
Pauli Aalto-Setälä, Aller Media: From magazine publisher to data business
Kerstin Schiefelbein and Benedikt Böckenförde, Visual Statements: How traditional media know-how helped Visual Statements become a profitable social media publishing business built on ecommerce and native ads
Breton Fischetti, Business Insider: How Insider Inc. helps readers and generates revenues through commerce
Tomas Bella, Dennik N: How, after quitting their jobs, 50 journalists built a new and profitable news business
Laura Rowe, Olive magazine, Immediate Media: How Olive feeds foodies' desires across multiple platforms
Oliver von Wersch, vonwerschpartner Digital Strategies: Privacy, the EU and the future of advertising
Chris Boos, Arago: AI and the future of society
Bernhard Glock, Medialink: Three ways forward for modern advertisers
Julian March, Future: It's digital ... but not as we know it
Lee Walker, Bleacher Report: The Bleacher Report recipe for reaching young men
Lucy Rohr, The Economist: Snapchat and The Economist's digital strategy
Jenny Woods, BBC and Will McInnes, Brandwatch: How social listening is influencing marketing and business decisions at the BBC
Kevin Turpin, National Journal: The remarkable transformation of Atlantic Media's National Journal
Dominik Grau, Ebner Media Group: Using real-time algorithms for data-driven content monetisation
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