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22.03.2017

How chatbots are going to change the world and the media landscape

Chatbots, computer programs designed to simulate conversations with humans, are coming and they’re going to change the media landscape and shift behaviours yet again, if a DIS presentation is anything to go by.  Chatbots...More ...

22.03.2017

Winning with digital innovation, with Kommunal Rapport and City Magazine

Despite being some of the smaller companies at the Digital Innovators’ Summit, representatives from Kommunal Rapport (Norway) and City Magazine (Finland) had some excellent insights to share on their stories of embracing digital...More ...

22.03.2017

How publishers can use creativity for business growth

Creativity has long been considered an inherent talent rather than skill that can be learned.  However, creativity is a way of looking at the world, a certain state and perspective, according to Jamshid Alamuti, former MD...More ...

22.03.2017

How virtual reality is creating more immersive journalism, with Jamie Pallot of Emblematic Group

Jamie Pallot, who spoke on the morning of day two at DIS 2017, is at the forefront of virtual reality developments. A pioneer in the field, Jamie is a co-founder, with Nonny de la Peña, of Emblematic Group, which is one of the...More ...

22.03.2017

How to maximise audience engagement, with the Coral Project and Reuters

Among the range of interesting talks on day two of DIS 2017 were those of The Coral Project’s Andrew Losowsky, and of Rasmus Nielsen, Director of Research at the Reuters Institute, Oxford University. Both took to the Mitte stage...More ...

22.03.2017

Monetising content - from distribution to subscription

Diversifying revenue streams is certainly on top of the to do list of the execs of most publishers. It is a topic that was widely covered at DIS 2017 with a number of speakers addressing the issue of monetisation from a number of...More ...

22.03.2017

How the media is tackling the issue of fake news

One subject that has been dominating media-focused discussions in recent months is that of ‘fake news.’ What once was thought to be the harmless preserve of few misguided mischief-makers has now become a massive issue for...More ...

21.03.2017

Why publishers should think twice before outsourcing the future

Published content drives daily news consumption and engagement on platforms all over the world. Platforms have become the new mass media, and magazine media are now in the niche media business, according to Grzegorz (Greg)...More ...

21.03.2017

What publishing can learn from the music industry

“No matter whether you are in magazines, books, movies or video one thing is the same - content is king.” That’s how Arnaud de Puyfontaine, a man with a distinguished career in publishing who now is CEO of entertainment giant...More ...

21.03.2017

How Wolters Kluwer reaches the right audience

Day one of DIS 2017 saw Sergio Liscia, Digital and Business Development Director at Wolters Kluwer, Italy, take to the stage to discuss the company’s approach to identifying and reaching the right audience, converting visitors to...More ...

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Why attend?

There are several reasons to attend DIS 2017. Here are some to consider:

  • The premium event in Europe for those in content media or industries closely related to content media
  • A top programme with cutting edge international examples
  • An incredible line up of speakers from around the world
  • Opportunities to discuss key issues in break out sessions
  • Superb networking opportunities with international colleagues
  • Opportunities to see now business solutions and experience cool tech
  • A chance to experience cool, vibrant and dynamic Berlin
  • Opportunities to tour Berlin Startups or see alternative (“the real”) Berlin
  • Opportunities to socialise and have fun

 

 

22.03.2017

How chatbots are going to change the world and the media landscape

Chatbots, computer programs designed to simulate conversations with humans, are coming and they’re going to change the media landscape and shift behaviours yet again, if a DIS presentation is anything to go by.  Chatbots...More ...

22.03.2017

Winning with digital innovation, with Kommunal Rapport and City Magazine

Despite being some of the smaller companies at the Digital Innovators’ Summit, representatives from Kommunal Rapport (Norway) and City Magazine (Finland) had some excellent insights to share on their stories of embracing digital...More ...

22.03.2017

How publishers can use creativity for business growth

Creativity has long been considered an inherent talent rather than skill that can be learned.  However, creativity is a way of looking at the world, a certain state and perspective, according to Jamshid Alamuti, former MD...More ...

22.03.2017

How virtual reality is creating more immersive journalism, with Jamie Pallot of Emblematic Group

Jamie Pallot, who spoke on the morning of day two at DIS 2017, is at the forefront of virtual reality developments. A pioneer in the field, Jamie is a co-founder, with Nonny de la Peña, of Emblematic Group, which is one of the...More ...

22.03.2017

How to maximise audience engagement, with the Coral Project and Reuters

Among the range of interesting talks on day two of DIS 2017 were those of The Coral Project’s Andrew Losowsky, and of Rasmus Nielsen, Director of Research at the Reuters Institute, Oxford University. Both took to the Mitte stage...More ...

22.03.2017

Monetising content - from distribution to subscription

Diversifying revenue streams is certainly on top of the to do list of the execs of most publishers. It is a topic that was widely covered at DIS 2017 with a number of speakers addressing the issue of monetisation from a number of...More ...

22.03.2017

How the media is tackling the issue of fake news

One subject that has been dominating media-focused discussions in recent months is that of ‘fake news.’ What once was thought to be the harmless preserve of few misguided mischief-makers has now become a massive issue for...More ...

21.03.2017

Why publishers should think twice before outsourcing the future

Published content drives daily news consumption and engagement on platforms all over the world. Platforms have become the new mass media, and magazine media are now in the niche media business, according to Grzegorz (Greg)...More ...

21.03.2017

What publishing can learn from the music industry

“No matter whether you are in magazines, books, movies or video one thing is the same - content is king.” That’s how Arnaud de Puyfontaine, a man with a distinguished career in publishing who now is CEO of entertainment giant...More ...

21.03.2017

How Wolters Kluwer reaches the right audience

Day one of DIS 2017 saw Sergio Liscia, Digital and Business Development Director at Wolters Kluwer, Italy, take to the stage to discuss the company’s approach to identifying and reaching the right audience, converting visitors to...More ...

First Previous 1-10 11-20 21-30 31-40 41-50 51-60 61-70 Next Last

Why attend?

There are several reasons to attend DIS 2017. Here are some to consider:

  • The premium event in Europe for those in content media or industries closely related to content media
  • A top programme with cutting edge international examples
  • An incredible line up of speakers from around the world
  • Opportunities to discuss key issues in break out sessions
  • Superb networking opportunities with international colleagues
  • Opportunities to see now business solutions and experience cool tech
  • A chance to experience cool, vibrant and dynamic Berlin
  • Opportunities to tour Berlin Startups or see alternative (“the real”) Berlin
  • Opportunities to socialise and have fun

 

 

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