24-26 March 2019, Berlin

with the main Summit 25-26 March


DIS 2018: The relationship between publishers and platforms - fixing what was broken and other lessons

The dynamics between magazine media publishers and platforms like Facebook and Google have shifted a lot over the last 12 months, some might even say was broken. Vivian Schiller, independent editor-in-chief at Weber Shandwick and...More ...


DIS 2018: How to talk to teens - Bleacher Report and The Economist on engaging the younger generation

By Jessica Patterson At the Digital Innovators' Summit in Berlin last week, Bleacher Report and The Economist offered insight into engaging the younger generation: Gen Z and millennials. The post-millennial generation, Gen...More ...


DIS 2018: Brands as media owners, and how Thomas Cook took creative control of its branding strategy

The line between brands and media owners has been blurring for some time, with many brands experimenting with their own media to reach consumers and showcase brand identity. One excellent example of this is Thomas Cook, and the...More ...


DIS 2018: The shift from quantity to quality - two examples from tech based publishers

Throughout DIS 2018 representatives of companies from across the globe have taken to the stage to share their insights about how they are growing their businesses. For the mid morning segment on the second day, execs from two...More ...


DIS 2018: How voice-activated devices create opportunities for publishers

As voice-activated devices and services become more ubiquitous, new opportunities are opening up for publishers to reach users. On day two of the Digital Innovators’ Summit in Berlin, Alexander Bregman, Strategic Partner...More ...


DIS 2018: Three ways forward for the modern advertiser

By Ashley Norris Although much of the DIS this year has focused on emerging revenue streams, advertising remains a huge industry that is vital to both brands and publishers. Bernhard Glock, senior  VP Medialink, who is also...More ...


DIS 2018: How Axel Springer came back from the dead

From being described as an “internet midget” losing hundreds of millions a mere 17 years ago, Axel Springer managed to rebuild itself into a digital publishing powerhouse. Dr. Andreas Wiele, President Classifieds and Marketing...More ...


DIS 2018: How Cheddar Inc. innovates to create a new type of media for a new generation

By Jessica Patterson Cheddar, which launched two years ago in the United States as a live and on-demand news channel, is a new type of media for a new generation, filling a gap in the market for business news tailored for...More ...


DIS 2018: How Blockchain could revitalise the media

Blockchain, which was one of the key buzzwords of 2017, is a technology that its champions believe will transform many industries. 2018 has seen the hype around Blockchain abate a little, so now seems to be an apposite moment for...More ...


DIS 2018: Six insights from VGTV on online video for a highly visual society

As the internet pivots more and more towards visual content, VG.no, Norway’s largest online news site, is maintaining its position by investing significantly in one thing: online video.  On the first day of the Digital...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



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