Technology is changing the landscape of media and content delivery yet again. As revenue models continue to evolve and mature, audience and data return to the fore. What are the blended models that are seeing the most revenue growth and is there hope once again for advertising revenue?
Digital Media Strategies, back with a brand new look and now powered by Campaign, will deliver 2 jam-packed days of content to help you navigate these challenges and develop a digital strategy for commercial growth.
Through inspiring case studies and discussion from leading media executives, Digital Media Strategies 2018 focuses on the key challenges and methods to develop a profitable yet sustainable media business in today's digital world.
Whether it's new subscription models, innovation in advertising solutions, customer engagement or new product launches - take a look at the agenda to see how Digital Media Strategies 2018 will work for you.
- Gain an understanding of the latest audience monetisation models and how they can be implemented
- Find out through practical case studies how to maximise audience engagement
- Hear from the companies winning the battle against declining ad revenue
- Learn how to harness artificial intelligence, voice and video to generate effective new revenue streams
Standard rate: GBP 825
Campaign Member's rate: GBP 775
Speakers: Zillah Byng-Thorne, Future Plc, Kevin Costello, Haymarket Media Group, Christine Peterson, Time Out Digital, James Wildman, Hearst Magazines UK, Trevor Hardy, The Future Laboratory, Mark Beard, The Economist, Nick Flood, Dennis Publishing, Christopher Keller, The Telegraph, Ryan Rummery, Global, Anna Bateson, The Guardian, James Kirkham, COPA90, Peter Clifton, PA, Press Association, Alex Smith, Wavemaker, Fiona McKinnon, The Pangaea Alliance, Jonathan Lewis, Channel 4, Julio Bruno, Time Out Group, Sara Badler The New York Times, Jo Holdaway, ESI Media, The Independent, London Evening Standard, Matthew Roach, Sanoma Digital, Claire Blunt, Hearst Magazines, Alastair Lewis, Haymarket Consumer Media, Andy Clough, What Hi-Fi?, Sam Tomlinson, PwC, Phil Smith, ISBA, Sue Unerman, MediaCom, Ben Walmsley, The Bridge at News UK