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Download the DIS 2018 speaker presentations

View and download the speaker presentations from the Digital Innovators' Summit, 18-20 March, Berlin.

 

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Day 1

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 

 

Day 2

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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    While magazine media has shifted to focus on reader revenue streams over the last 18 months or so, the landscape is still fraught with questions and uncertainties. No surprise then that subscriptions have been top of mind for media this year; the subject has been discussed at INMA's Subscription Summit, and snapshotted by FIPP's Global Digital Subscription Snapshot. 

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  • 10 startups solving key issues for media companies and magazine publishers

    The last few years have witnessed a renaissance in media focused startups. Powered by initiatives like Artificial Intelligence and blockchain, the new breed of companies have sought to answer some of the key issues that have dogged media and publishing companies for the past decade. How can they scale the amount of content they produce? How can they increase the number of people paying for it? And how best to harness social media to target new consumers and turn them into regular followers - and maybe even paying customers? Here, then, are ten new-ish companies that have all made great strides in their attempt to simplify the world of media.

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    Thomas Deléchat is Deputy Head of the Digital Factory of Ringier Axel Springer. Here we catch up with him a year after being awarded a Highly Commended FIPP Rising Star. Keep on reading to find out what he's been up to, his recently acquired skills and why he thinks that video and article views are an overrated term in the media industry.

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