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  • Condé Nast's Eric Gillin on brand building, listening, and solving problems

    Magazine brands, listening and monetisation were a hot topic of conversation at a fireside chat, at the FIPP World Media Congress, 13 November in Las Vegas with Eric Gillin, the chief business officer at Condé Nast's Culture division, and Peter Houston, Co-host of the Media Voices Podcast.

    Published 25 November 2019 Features
  • Axel Springer head of data and tech: Media culture overhaul needed to save journalism

    It is not only necessary for media companies to change their work cultures to fight for the future of journalism, the media industry needs to work closer together to change the collective culture of the publishing industry as a whole. This was the keynote message from Stephanie Caspar, president of technology and data at Axel Springer, Germany, who opened the first day of the annual Digital Innovators’ Summit in Berlin.

    Published 26 March 2019 Features
  • Media Voices podcast: PressPad founder Olivia Crellin on the need for diversity in journalism

    In this week's episode of Media Voices, PressPad founder and BBC journalist Olivia Crellin explains how PressPad aims to diversify the media by removing one of the main financial obstacles to those trying to enter the profession.

    Published 08 May 2018 Insight News
  • How Future puts culture at the heart of growth

    With her passion for people and strong belief that engaged employees can re-energise an organisation, Claire MacLellan, MD for media services, people and culture at Future, headed up an initiative aiming to engage employees and receive feedback about how to embed the company’s values. The process kickstarted a programme focused on placing values and culture at the heart of Future’s growth. 

    Published 09 April 2018 Features
  • Twitter’s Bruce Daisley on successfully evolving company culture One thing we talk about a lot in the industry is cultural change. How can legacy publishers influence mindsets and behaviour patterns to facilitate a workplace evolution? What we forget is that technological and cultural change is already happening in the world around us, and influencing from the outside in. Speaking at the PPA Festival at the Tobacco Dock in London yesterday, Bruce Daisley of Twitter gave his views on how companies can better embrace cultural change. Published 11 May 2017 Features
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