Showing posts with label Publisher. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Publisher. Show all posts

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Event: Digital Innovators’ Summit 2016 - just a few days away - on March 21-22, 2016, in Berlin, Germany

On Monday and Tuesday next week [21 / 22. March 2016] some 700+ key decision-makers and senior executives in the digital content and related media industries will meet to hear, discuss, exchange and learn about Innovations and Trends in Magazine Publishing - and beyond Magazine publishing - at the 9the FIPP / VDZ  Digital Innovators' Summit - #DISummit - in Berlin.

If you have not yet registered, check the jam-packed program now and register here.

Some of the offerings I don't want to miss

First and foremost: YOU
discussing the future of our business and the future of our audience / and our industry.
During, before and after the event e.g. the DIS Warming up from 19:00 - 22:00 hours at the Deutsche Telekom Representative Office, Berlin.


On Monday, March 21

@ 9:55  
Mission possible: from legacy publishing to modern media business, how customers are shaping our future
Steve Newbold, Divisional Managing Director Centaur Media

@ 10:20
Innovation in its DNA: Schibsted’s journey to global digital media leader
Torry Pedersen, CEO/Editor in Chief, Verdens Gang AS

@ 11:15
Common factors driving the most innovative digital news businesses in the world
Lucy Küng (RISJ) with leaders at BuzzFeed, Quartz, The Guardian, The New York Times and Vice

@ 11:40
The transformative impact of Virtual Reality
Jens Christensten, CEO and Founder, Jaunt VR

@ 12:45
Monetisation through surfacing the right content to the right audience, at scale
Adam Singolda, Founder & CEO, Taboola, Lars Janzik, VP Product Management, Die Welt

@ 14:45
From subscriptions to membership: what publishers need to know
Jake Batsell, Ass. Prof. at Southern Methodist University and former Texas Tribune fellow

@ 15:30
Content marketing on steroids. How The Economist uses content to sell content
Mark Cripps, EVP Digital and Brands, The Economist

@ 17:30
The power of 7: key themes in content-driven media innovation today
John Wilpers, Senior Director, Innovation Media Consulting, Juan Señor, Partner, Innovation Media Consulting

On Tuesday, March 22

@ 9:05
Worlds colliding: wearable tech and the media
Redg Snodgrass, CEO at ReadWrite and CEO and Co-founder at Wearable World

@ 10:30
Inside GE’s content innovation hub: engaging audiences through disruptive content projects
Sam Olstein, Global Director of Innovation, GE

@ 12:35
DEEP-DIVE: The good, the bad and the ugly of distributed content strategies
Ralf Kaumanns, Advisor – digital business, growth and competition

@ 12:55
News for millennials: audience engagement at mic.com
Chris Altchek, CEO and Co-Founder, Mic

@ 14:15
The future of mobile and content players’ place within this world - seen by Google
Nick Harthan, global partnerships, Google

@ 15:00
5 principles along which to guide and measure media innovation projects

Tanja Aitamurto, deputy director, The Brown Institute for Media Innovation, Stanford University

The complete DIS program, with with a lot more interesting stuff | DIS 2016 Speakers list

Interested to Meetup before, during and after? Please let me know  Touchpoints

Monday, June 30, 2014

Publishers Weekly: The World's 56 Largest Book Publishers - 2014 Edition

The world's largest book publishers by revenue in 2013 (now online) at Publishers Weekly



Hinweis für Printliebhaber (und Deutsch-Bevorzuger)
Ihr müssen noch etwas warten. Die Detailergebnisse werden im Buchreport 2014-07 veröffentlicht.
Hier informieren | bestellen

Note:
This report is a joint venture of PublishNews (BR), buchreport (DE), Livres Hebdo (FR), The Bookseller (UK) and Publishers Weekly (U.S.) and hard work of Rüdiger Wischenbart. Links are for checking the French and/or Portuguese Version later (not yet published), if you prefer / want to read it in your language.

Sunday, July 03, 2011

2011 Ranking of the Global [Book] Publishing Industry

The ranking features the (reported) results for 2010 and shows mixed performance. Pearson (UK) still leading the pack (+4,4%), Reed Elsevier (UK, NL, US) second (-2,8%) and Thomson Reuters (CA) third (+2,2%).

Buchreport, Livres Hebdo, Publishers Weekly, etc have or will publish soon the 2011 Ranking of the Global Publishing Industry, as always prepared by Rüdiger Wischenbart, Content and Consulting. The complete results will be (I guess) free available in connection with the Frankfurt Bookfair.


Source: Publishers Weekly

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