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An in-depth look at seven key issues for media discussed at DIS 2017

In this in-depth, special report from DIS 2017, Ashley Norris and Sadie Hale highlight seven of the key issues discussed by speakers at the recent Digital Innovators’ Summit in Berlin.

The report highlights include:

1. Strategy and culture – changes in the past 12 months

2. Video – ongoing growth, innovation and monetisation

3. Social platforms and mobile – the ongoing impact of FB, Google and others and how publishers view and are working with them

4. Journalism and newsroom innovation – techniques of harvesting and presenting news

5. New technologies/platforms – AI, and everything from chatbots, to voice and VR/AR

6. Revenue streams and monetisation – ways of making money

7. Fake news – and combating it

Download the full report here.

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