Meet Twipe at Digital Media Strategies

London: 9th-11th March

Digital Media Strategies takes place 9 – 11 March 2015 at Kings Place, London. It brings together a global audience of over 400 CEOs and senior leaders from news, magazine, broadcast, B2B, STM and digital pureplay media businesses.

Over three days of case studies analysis, workshops, trainings, round table discussions and tailored networking opportunities, it focuses on the key strategic challenges behind developing a profitable and sustainable media business in a digital world.

Now in its third year, it has become the key venue for addressing the big-picture challenges facing the industry, focusing not on PR pitches, but instead on honest, in-depth case studies which go depper than the surface trends.

Are you going? Meet Twipe at the event!

Key Industry Leaders

Digital Media Strategies is the place to meet C-Level executives from publishing companies all around the world. Key Speakers include:

  • Andrew Miller, Chief Executive Officer, Guardian Media Group (UK)
  • Marty Moe, President, Vox Media 
  • Lucy Kueng, Visiting Fellow, Reuters Institute, University of Oxford
  • René RechtmanPresident, International, Maker Studios
  • Roman Karachinsky, Chief Executive Officer & Co-Founder, News360 (USA)
  • Alexander Klöpping, Founder, Blendle (Netherlands)
  • Meredith Kopit Levien, EVP Advertising, The New York Times (USA)
  • Paul Keenan, Chief Executive Officer, Bauer Media (UK)
  • Ashley Highfield, Chief Executive Officer, Johnston Press (UK)
  • Seth Rogin, Chief Revenue Officer, Mashable (USA)
  • Lord Stephen Carter CBE, Chief Executive Officer, Informa (UK)
  • Douglas McCabe, Chief Executive Officer, Enders Analysis (UK)
  • Huw Cahill, Commercial Product Director at Estates Gazette, Reed Business Information (UK)
  • Jay Lauf, President & Publisher, Quartz (USA)
  • Paul Rossi, President, The Economist Group (UK)
  • Isaac Lee, Chief Executive Officer, Fusion (USA)
  • Stefen Bardega, Chief Digital Officer, ZenithOptimedia (UK)
  • Fabrizio D’Angelo, CEO, Burda International GmBH
  • Raju Narisetti, Senior Vice President Strategy, News Corp (USA)
  • Jon Bernstein, Digital Consultant, Editor and Writer (UK)
  • George Brock, Professor of Journalism, City University London
  • Donata Hopfen, Chief Executive Officer, BILD Group, Axel Springer (Germany)
  • Chris Kaskie, President, Pitchfork Media (USA)
  • Ernst-Jan Pfauth, Co-Founder & Publisher, De Correspondent (Netherlands)
  • Rob Wijnberg, Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, De Correspondent (Netherlands)
  • Anna Watkins, Managing Director, Guardian Labs, Guardian Media Group (UK)
  • Freek Staps, Co-Founder & Editor in Chief, NRC Q (Netherlands)
  • Espen Sundve, Chief Product & Technology Officer, Verdens Gang (Norway)
  • Tom Standage, Digital Editor, The Economist (UK)
  • Alan Hunter, Head of Digital, The Times & The Sunday Times (UK)
  • Ciarán O’Toole, Co-Founder & Director, Team Rock (UK)
  • John O’Donovan, Chief Technical Officer, Financial Times (UK)
  • John Ridding, Chief Executive Officer, Financial Times; President, Pearson Professional
  • Patrick Keane, President, Sharethrough
  • Adam Singolda, CEO, Taboola


9th March

  • Digital Content Monetization
  • Tracking Technology Trends
  • Where’s the Revenue?
  • This is Product Development

10th March

  • What are we selling anyway? What a great media business looks like today
  • How to transform the structure, culture and focus of a large media business
  • Is this the end of regional news?
  • How both consumers and advertisers are changing
  • Native, viewable, multiplatform and automated: Capitalising on the vast changes in digital advertising
  • Redefining the relationship between brands, publishers and agencies
  • Thriving at the intersection of media and technology
  • How to keep pace with and effectively monetise changing consumer behaviour

11th March

  • What follows the revolution? Building a business model for the long term
  • How to engage young, mobile and highly social audiences with quality video content
  • Rediscovering media organisations’ value in a changing digital landscape
  • How to deal with unexpected disruptions to your business
  • How to reinvent your business model for the mobile age
  • How can advertisers, agencies and media owners work together to fix digital advertising
  • How to use data to transform your media business
  • How to build and monetise a large audience of highly engaged users
  • Building a business model for online video

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