Digital media moves at an incredible pace. New platforms and business models are emerging all the time. Sometimes it is hard keeping up with the speed of all the changes.
That’s why FIPP and VDZ’s Digital Innovators’ Summit (DIS), held in Berlin on 18-20 March, is a must for anyone in the B2C and B2B media industries. It is the place to hear about the future of media and technology directly from the innovators who are driving change.
The time for quick fixes is over. Publishers need to move beyond complaining about the duopoly to take control of their futures by focusing on their own strategies, whether that’s subscriptions, making programmatic work, commerce models or video offerings.
Join hundreds of publishing executives at the Digiday Publishing Summit for three days of new connections and honest insight on the future of media.
Social Media and Broadcasting Conference 2018
Morning: Disruption and Deception: What Next for News?
With Keynote from BuzzFeed tech editor, Charlie Warzel followed by a discussion on trust, verification and the future of news on social chaired by Nic Newman, author of Reuteurs Institute Digital Report with expert speakers including Mark Little founder of Storyful.,Orit Kopel co-founder of WikiTribune, Mark Frankel social media editor BBC News, Niall McGarry founder of JOE Media, Alison Gow editor in chief of Trinity Mirror Regional, and an introduction by Fiona Campbell Controller of BBC News mobile & online.
Afternoon: The Social Generation: How To Reach And Engage New Audiences
Discover what makes great social content across all platforms with speakers from Netflix;LADbible;ITV; Giphy; BBC Worldwide Digital Studios; Love Island’s executive producer Tom Gould, and and Richard Cowles, Creative Director at ITV Studios with a special recording of Love Islanders discussing their experience. BBC controllers: Damian Kavanagh (BBC THREE), Ben Cooper (R1/1Xtra, and Asian Network) and an introduction by Charlotte Moore, Director of BBC Content.
As a famous boxer once said ‘Everyone has a plan until they get a punch in the face.’
Well, a combination of innovation and regulation in adtech could – metaphorically speaking- add up to such a punch.
The Drum’s Programmatic Punch is designed to help you duck and dive to ensure you exploit the opportunities of this new age, as opposed to succumb to its threats.
The event aims to serve as a wake-up call about the revolution this industry is going through.
How are publishing leaders creating progress and where are they headed in future? What are the new technologies that facilitate this more sophisticated and productive relationship with the reader? These are some of the key questions we will address with some of the leading publishers and tech providers in this space.
Join the AOP’s second Crunch event, The Reader Revenue Revolution, to:
- Understand winning reader revenue strategies now and for the future
- Discover the new technologies that are driving revenue
- Understand how you can create the solution you need for your own unique challenges
The only truly European conference focused on digital revenue
This Spring sees us travel to Manchester to roadshow some of our very best speakers covering everything from VR and AR (Tracey Follows, Futurist) to the impact of music on audiences (Rak Patel, Spotify), to the ins and outs of Programmatic (panel led by Google).
Join us as these and other industry experts take a deep dive into the different aspects of digital advertising to help brands better engage their consumers and share top tips on how businesses can prepare for the future.
Brand marketers are becoming smarter about ad tech. More and more companies have improved their in-house programmatic media buying capabilities by holding direct billing relationships with tech vendors, as well as building in-house teams to oversee programmatic strategy. As brand marketers take back control of their ad tech stacks from their media agencies, the era of hidden programmatic margins is nearing an end.
Join us at the Digiday Programmatic Marketing Summit this spring as we explore these trends and what they mean for brand marketers going into the future.