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5 Must-See Sessions From The Digiday Publishing Summit

The Digiday Publishing Summit 2017 is less than a week away – and we can’t wait!

This year’s summit will definitely be one for the books – with CEOs and CMOs from such companies as Time Inc, NBC, Hearst, and Conde Nast all discussing the most pressing challenges facing publishers todayBut with three days full of insights and conversation, how do you cram it all in?

From adapting to new technologies to earning the trust of readers, we’ve created a list of 5 session topics you can’t miss at the Digiday Publishing Summit.

You’re welcome. 🙂



1.  Everything About Digital Media is Insanely Boring

Monday, September 25th, 3:20 PM

Josh Topolsky, CEO of The Outline, will lead this session (or should we say venting session?) about how we can use recent changes in the advertising and publishing industries as a catalyst for change and create content that readers want to read, not be forced to read.


2. The Sandbox Presentations

Monday, September 25th, 4:30 PM

This publisher-only session consists of four rapid-fire presentations that introduces executives to tech providers. Speakers include Unruly’s own Kenneth Suh (EVP of Global Business Development, Unruly), Andrea Haldeman (CRO, Inuvo) and John Lemp (CEO, RevContent).


3.  If You Want to Win in Video, Don’t Just Dip Your Toe in the Pool  

Tuesday, September 26th, 9AM

Scott Cherkin, EVP of Product & Business Development at Complex Media, gives his tips on how publishers can expand their video content strategies.


4. How to Master Social-First Content Marketing

Wednesday, September 27th, 11:35 AM

Business Insider’s Vice President, Thaddeus Kromelis, discusses the best way to create successful branded content, with a particular focus on social media.  


5. We’re Just Brands Living in a Media World

Wednesday, September 27th, 10:35 AM

Head of Growth at The Atlantic, Jim Rosen, will lead a conversation about the different ways publishers can develop as a brand, focusing on growing relationships with consumers through data, creativity, technology and more.


Heading to the Digiday Summit? We’re sponsoring the Sandbox Sessions. You can book a meeting here.