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The Future Of Publishing Houses
Mathias Döpfner (Axel Springer), Paul-Bernhard Kallen (Hubert Burda Media) and Dominik Wichmann (DLD) discuss the unknown future of the world of publishing houses • Kallen: "We consider ourselves ...
Friending the news
Following the Brexit Vote and the US Election, the filter bubble and the possibility to distribute fake news to large audiences via social media have been seen as critical factors for the ...
Lessons Learned from the US Elections
What are the ramifications of the US Elections for journalism? How is the role of journalism changing in a world of direct tweets and fast-paced clickbait? Jeff Jarvis talks with Kara Swisher ...
Unlocking Gen Y: Web Video Creators and Brands
These days, many companies are going after social media celebrities for advertising campaigns. The rise of platforms like YouTube, Instagram, Vine and Co. made influencers with major followings ...
How will Publishers Survive?
Nele Mailin Obermüller
Building on the discussion during the panel on the future of journalism, Zanny Minton-Beddoes, editor-in-chief of The Economist was joined on stage by Robert Thomson to discuss how publishers ...
Your Website Might Already Be Doomed
Sometime between updating your blog (in the spring) and when you logged into Facebook this morning, the most reliable rule of Web 2.0 got flipped. Very few noticed — but soon, we all will. "Don't ...
Digital-Strategy and Media Consultant Cindy Stivers moderates a panel about the upcoming generation of media formats. Steven Levy is editor-in-chief of Backchannel, a publication dedicated to ...
The Future of Marketing
Carolyn Everson, in charge of Facebook international marketing, joins DLDnyc stage with DLD Chairman Yossi Vardi for a q & n session. What are the main issues that CMO’s face today? For Carolyn ...