Digital Media Europe 2011
Date and Location
11 Apr 2011 - 13 Apr 2011LondonUnited Kingdom(English)
Cancellation is possible in writing and will be accepted up to 2 weeks before the event. A non-refundable handling fee of 10% will become due in this case. We regret that we will be compelled to retain the full participation fee for cancellations after this time.
With Digital Media Europe, the WAN-IFRA conferences on digital topics will be taken to a new level.
Anders Emil Møller
Anders Emil Møller serves as the Director of Digital Development for Danish newsmedia Politiken...
Aralynn Abare McMane is executive director for young readership development (Paris). She joined...
For the last three years Béla E. Papp has headed Ringier AG’s Business Development activities...
Chris Seth is EVP & General Manager for the Stardoll Network. With over 100 million...
Christian Unger began his career at Bertelsmann Group of Germany where he acquired extensive...
As Founder and Head of AKQA Mobile, Daniel has been behind some of the most notable mobile...
Dave is the head of sales and operations for Yelp in Europe. Dave joined Yelp in 2010 after...
David Link is a Founder and Creative Director at The Wonderfactory, a NYC based interactive...
Dong Ouk Park
Dong Ouk Park is currently leading Global Content Sourcing Group of Media Solution Center (MSC...
Dr Stig Nordqvist
Dr Stig Nordqvist has worked as researcher, consultant, trainer and media professional since...
Guillaume Semblat began his professional career in the temporary appointments sector, firstly in...
Madhav Chinnappa joined Google in August 2010 as Head of Strategic Partnerships to work on...
Mr Mattias Rosberg, CEO, Adeprimo AB Sweden, is responsible for TULO-platform and deeply...
Mike Burgess’s career on the web spans three decades . Training as a web analyst in Silicon...
Mike Shaw leads comScore’s Media Analytics team in Europe, dedicated to helping comScore's...
With over 20 million registered users, Panfu is the largest online community for children from 6...
Morton Holst has for the last 15 years thrived where the old media meets new technology. It...
Nic started consulting with TigerSpike in 2006 as part of his MBA program with Melbourne and...
Oke Okaro serves as the General Manager and Global Head of Mobile for Bloomberg. He is...
Olivier is Business Development Manager, Digital Division for Groupe Les Echos.
Pontus Schultz has been appointed Head of Business Development at Bonnier R&D. Until...
Renate is Head of Business Development at A&N Mobile & TV, the mobile strategy and...
Since October 2009 Romanus Otte is the General Manager of WELT DIGITAL. In this position, he is...
Sakari Pitkänen began his career in publishing in the early 1980s. Following a ten-year stint at...
Serge is a Group Business Development Director at Archant, UK's largest independently-owned...
Kevin Beatty was appointed to the Board of DMGT plc in 2004, having joined the Group in 1996....
Digital Media Europe 2011
Daily News from the Conference
- WAN-IFRA will be providing summaries (in English) of all presentations during the conference, beginning Monday, 11 April, 2011. Please check back for updates.
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Media reporting about Digital Media Europe
With Digital Media Europe, the WAN-IFRA conferences on digital topics will be taken to a new level. Beyond 2011 - the World Digital Publishing Conference and Mobile Media Day will merge into a new event format, building on the success of the sister conference "Digital Media Asia".
Monday, 11 April 2011, 9.30 - 18.00
The rise of Groupon is just another example of how quickly new business models emerge and expand in the digital world. The publishing industry needs to react fast as new ideas can mean incremental new revenue sources. Join Digital Trend Day to learn how media companies address advertiser needs through state-of-the-art digital portfolios.
- Future online business (paywalls, metered model, upselling niche content, kiosk, micropayment, sponsoring, advertising)
- Monetising social media (driving traffic through social media)
- Online video (webTV, IPTV, direct TV, video)
Tuesday, 12 April 2011, 9.30 - 17.30
Mobile marketing spend is expected to reach 2.7 billion dollars this year. Consumers will collectively spend billions using their mobiles. Now the million dollar question for the publishers is: Where do we position our offers in this new transaction chain? Mobile Media Day is about mobile advertising, mobile platform choice and meeting the end users’ expectations.
- Future on apps (news apps, service apps, fun apps) vs "Old School" (wap, SMS)
- Enabling toolsets (hyper-local, maps, AR)
- iOS vs Android
Wednesday, 13 April 2011, 9.30 - 17.30
There is clearly a potentially huge business opportunity in the new iPad and tablet market(s) – from offering devices, to aggregating and distributing content, selling advertising and offering subscriptions. Some powerful companies are grasping the entire value chain, and publishers need to weight their options with all issues in hand. The iPad and Tablet day will explore those issues.
- Product development for tablets; how to design and create your killer App
- Revenues, subscriptions, ads
- Strategy and pricing (genuine apps, web optimised apps, epaper)
- Analysing and understanding user needs
Hilton London Olympia Hotel
380 Kensington High Street
London W14 8NL, UK
Phone: +44.20.7603 3333