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Digital Media Strategies has now taken place. It was a fantastic event with 500 attendees over three days. We will have updated information posted here about the next event shortly.

To view the video sessions from the event click here

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Digital Media Strategies brings together a global audience of over 350 senior leaders and CEOs from magazines, newspapers, digital content companies, broadcast, B2B and STM media. It tackles the key issues facing the media industry today. It takes place on 3 – 5 March 2014 at Kings Place, London, and features keynotes and panel discussions with some of the industry’s leading figures.

Pooling from the expertise of TheMediaBriefing’s editorial and event production team, we’ve gathered together the best case studies from around the world. They will be from both old and new media companies who are innovating and generating significant revenues in the digital era.

View the agenda here

Speakers include:

John Ridding, CEO, Financial Times GroupJohn Ridding
CEO
Financial Times Group
Mike Darcey, CEO, News UKMike Darcey
CEO
News UK
Andrew Miller, Chief Executive Officer, Guardian Media Group
Andrew Miller
CEO
Guardian Media 
Group
Will Hayward, VP Advertising Europe, BuzzFeedWill Hayward
VP Advertising
Europe 
BuzzFeed
Chris Maples, Spotify
Chris Maples 
VP Europe
Spotify
Stephane Pere, Chief Data Officer, The EconomistStephane Pere
Chief Data Officer
The Economist
Duncan Painter, CEO, Top Right GroupDuncan Painter         
CEO
Top Right Group
Bruce Daisley, TwitterBruce Daisley
Managing Director 
Twitter UK
Raju Narisetti, News CorpRaju Narisetti          
SVP Strategy
News Corp

And many more...

Why does Digital Media Strategies exist?

Whether you run a new start-up or a centuries-old media giant, in today’s media landscape you must be faster and more responsive than ever before.  But with the proliferation of platforms and the rapid evolution of automated, mobile and native forms of advertising, it is essential to develop a clear vision that will guide your business into the future.

There are big prizes to be won for those who innovate constantly and capitalise on new consumer habits and client needs. The Digital Media Strategies conference recognises that all types of content companies, from newspapers to magazines to pure-play digital publishers, are facing the same challenges. Issues to be discussed include:

  • Monetising smartphones and tablets
  • Native advertising and shifting brand spend to digital
  • Digital and legacy integration
  • Multiplatform subscription strategies
  • The automation of digital advertising
  • Technology, data culture and product development
  • And much, much more

Register here

This is the second time we have run the conference, which grew from TheMediaBriefing’s Paywall Strategies series. For a full report from the previous instalment please follow the link below:

Digital Media Strategies Report

 

Video Highlights from Digital Media Strategies 2013