In this episode, we replay a panel discussion from the 2019 FUSE Media Summit. Executives from Brief Media, Industry Dive, and Active Interest Media discuss how data is managed within their organizations and factored into new product development, as well as how they prepared for privacy laws like GDPR and CCPA.
Over the past three years, nonprofit publisher Grist has more than doubled its annual revenue, while investing heavily in editorial talent. In this Q&A, CEO Brady Walkinshaw discusses Grist’s evolving revenue mix, membership growth, and editorial strategy – including how the news outlet is addressing the current pandemic and protests for racial justice through its coverage.
Tom Cintorino of The Next Chapter Consulting guides a discussion with Farm Journal VP of Digital Operations Courtney Yuskis and Indigo Trigger CEO Chris Prinos about how lead-to-cash platforms can help media businesses streamline, save money, and drive revenue. They chat about best practices for implementation and explore whether a consolidated system can improve common pain points, including reporting and workflow between sales, operations, and finance.
The global head of ad product & innovation discusses Bloomberg’s digital advertising suite, including a recently added self-serve tool.
Chief Product Officer Nina Gould discusses how Forbes is using technology to drive audience engagement and first-party data collection.
Continually reassessing how audiences consume B2B content is key to adjusting strategies and executing successful campaigns.
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From Greenville, S.C., to Lakeland, Fla., media company 6AM City is engaging audiences in communities across the southeastern U.S. with email newsletters in the spirit of The Skimm – but on a hyper-local level. In this episode, Co-Founder & COO Ryan Heafy discusses 6AM's business model, technology strategy, and plans for expansion.
"My work has undoubtedly shifted to channels and strategies that let me connect more directly and personally with the people behind the brands and businesses that make this industry tick," says Deanna Utroske, editor of William Reed Business Media brand Cosmetics Design.
This episode we talk to Will Lee, SVP/Head of Digital for the Meredith Entertainment Group, about how the PEOPLE and Entertainment Weekly teams are adapting digital content strategy and driving audience engagement during the pandemic. Plus, Lee addresses the industry-wide advertising struggle right now while looking ahead to new ways of scaling products, growing viewership, and attracting marketers.
In this episode, we discuss how B2B media company HousingWire is investing in quality journalism, shifting event strategy, and developing digital products that serve both readers and advertising clients in “the new normal.”
Magazine publishers are making tough decisions about print issue runs during COVID-19 — and taking a second look at their digital editions in the process. Paul DeHart, CEO of digital publishing platform BlueToad, shares some best practices and possibilities.
Doug Olson, president of Meredith Magazines, discusses the company's new audience action guarantee and sheds light on the biggest concerns among advertising customers during the coronavirus pandemic.
Condé Nast Entertainment (CNE) develops video and audio content for major media brands including Bon Appétit, GQ, Vanity Fair, and Vogue – now with the added challenge of remote production during the COVID-19 pandemic. In this episode, we talk to CNE President Oren Katzeff about how the global studio is operating during this trying time and experimenting with new formats from home.
Publishers Weekly has been providing news to book businesses since 1872, weathering many world crises since then. While the coronavirus pandemic brings new challenges to the magazine and the book industry it serves, current technologies are enabling the publisher to adapt.