2017 Events Calendar8 June, 2017
We are attending the most important gatherings for the digital news media industry, come and meet us.
Digital Media Asia
31 October- 02 November, Singapore
Four topics will drive discussions and the schedule of the conference:
- Paid content & Subscription Reloaded
Time for Asian news publishers to charge for their digital content?
- Increasing content reach & monetisation through partnerships
Strenthening native ads, selling audiences and exploring Asian ad networks
- Digital Transformation
Growing digital audience and ad revenues requires an in-depth transformation of news media companies, from the newsroom to the commercial departments.
- Viral Content for Mobile Devices
Inspiring new shareable content formats for engaging millennials
IFRA World Publishing Expo / DCX Digital Content Expo
10-12 October, Berlin, Germany
The annual gathering for the publishing industry "doubles up", with a new focus on digital publishing and advertising.
Ediland Meeting 2017
19-20 September 2017, Bologna, Italy
Challenges and ideas for the newspaper industry.
Media Viking Week
27-29 September, Oslo, Norway
Best practices to grow audience, revenue and brand from fast-changing European media companies reinventing for the Digital Age.
June 22-23, Berlin, Germany
Meet with the decision makers of the German newspaper industry. The Berlin gathering will focus on the most pressing topics for publishing in the digital era: local presence, social publishing, native advertising, relationship with millennials and how to face change processes in the newsroom.
The goal is the success of the digital business. Guest speakers will present best practice examples from all over the world of how the industry reacts to the digital challenges.
The congress is one of the most prestigious European events for the newspaper industry. With almost 300 publishers, directors and publishers, the event is an ideal platform for know-how transfer and networking.
Digiday Publishing Summit
March 29-31, Vail, Colorado
Finding the money in distributed publishing
Facebook and Google are now attracting up to 85 percent of new ad spending. At the same time, these platforms and others like Snapchat have become media outlets of their own. For publishers, the question isn’t whether to publish on platforms, but how to do so in a profitable, sustainable way that allows them to retain overall control of their strategies.
The Digiday Publishing Summit will convene top publishers to discuss the challenges of publishing in the platform era.
Digital Media Europe
24-26 April, Copenhagen, Denmark
Membership & Subscription Reloaded
Beyond paid journalism - readers as members of an exclusive club
Reclaiming the Premium Ad Market
The shift from data driven to bespoke and branded
Becoming a content producer for Snapchat & Facebook? Setting up a trading desk for small business campaigns? What’s next?