At the Digiday Marketing Summit, Korrine Munson talked about how embracing digital with conventional marketing tactics.
At the Digiday Marketing Summit, Edlynne Laryea talked about how partnerships with platforms don't have to be one sided.
In the last year, McDonald's has aggressively pushed for a global digital identity and presence. A little over five months ago, Dana Strokovsky came on board as its global social media director, and as she worked across markets around the world, she realized a primary task for her was to make teams work and care beyond their silos. She discussed how different markets underneath the same brand can move differently, managing time between teams in different markets, social media strategies and more.
This episode is a session from the Digiday Programmatic Media Summit. Michael Hannon, VP of Yield and Revenue optimization at Purch, talks about how to make server-to-server work.
In this episode, Vox Media's Director of Programmatic Operations Dave Pond talks about the big bets they're making on the future of programmatic advertising.
The machines are not going to take over. That’s the message from Jana Meron, vp of programmatic & data strategy at Business Insider, who spoke at the Digiday Programmatic Media Summit last month. As publishers completely embrace programmatic Meron talked about some important shifts an organization and team will have to make to let programmatic advertising change their world, as she shows with Business Insider's example.
Turner president David Levy discussed the company's holistic approach to its properties and more at the Digiday Video Anywhere Summit.
In this episode, a session from the Digiday Video Anywhere Summit that we recently held in Laguna Beach, California. Digiday senior report Sahil Patel talks to Rob Gelick from CBS Interactive Entertainment about how CBS is adapting to the future of streaming.
At the Digiday Publishing Summit Europe in Berlin, Germany, The Guardian's Daniel Spears talked about why all publishers need to be involved in the programmatic transformation.
At the Digiday Publishing Suummit Europe held in Berlin, Germany Digiday editor-in-chief Brian Morrissey speaks to Highsnobiety founder David Fischer on how the modern publisher also acts as an agency.
At the Digiday Publishing Summit Europe held in Berlin, Germany, New York Times' Francesca Donner talks to Digiday UK editor Jess Davies about how the Times is building back trust in the media through Times Insider, a product that takes readers behind the scenes on how stories were reported.
At the French publication Le Monde, a team of 12 people called Les Décodeurs tackles the problem of fake news by fact-checking, hoax-busting, investigations and data journalism. Alongside, of the many initiatives they took in this direction, the team also decided to collaborate on regulating fake news content with Facebook. Even as the collaboration has been helpful, Samuel Laurent, deputy editor of Les Décodeurs, vocied his concern at the Digiday Publishing Summit Europe in Berlin. “My main fear is that Facebook has a billion people. How can you regulate a billion people every day?”
Digiday co-executive editor speaks to Essence CEO Christian Juhl on how the global media agency went on to be valued at $3 billion dollar while remaining true to its brand. The session was held at the Digiday Agency Summit in Charleston, South Carolina.
Accenture's Glen Hartman talks to Digiday Reporter Yuyu Chen about what's it like when agencies move into consultancies at the Digiday Agency Summit held in Charleston, South Carolina.
At the Digiday Agency Summit in Charleston, South Carolina, Bailey Lauerman CEO Greg Andersen discussed why Middle America deserves more attention from brands.
Complex Network's evp of product and business development Scott Cherkin took the stage during the Digiday Publishing Summit held in Key Biscayne, Florida to talk to Digiday senior reporter Sahil Patel about why media companies can't just dip their toe in the water when it comes to video and how it requires a company-wide investment.
Founder and President of Axios Roy Schwartz took the stage at the Digiday Publishing Summit to talk with Digiday editor-in-chief Brian Morrissey about why Axios is more than Politico 2.0, the new trust era in journalism, and delaying the launch of Axios' pricey subscription offering.
Atlantic Media has a track record of a mixed revenue model with all its brands and publications. President of Atlantic Media Michael Finnegan joined us at the Digiday Publishing Summit held in Key Biscayne discussed the various models that Atlantic media uses to support itself, including display advertising that continues to be the linchpin of their business model. As the company widens its business model to accommodate a video strategy and international expansion, Finnegan dismissed the growth strategies of VC-funded media companies.
Having an in-house agency can make you rich. When IBM went in-house with their content marketing team, their senior content marketing lead Aviv Canaani said they saved over $1 million per year. At the Digiday Content Marketing Summit, held in Vail, Colorado, he has a clear answer when it comes to choosing between an ad agency or an in-house content marketing team. “Screw it, just go in-house. Once you create an in-house team, you’ll never look back."
At the Digiday content marketing summit in Vail, Colorado, Babbel's CEO Julie Hansen discussed how content marketing can be formulaic if you know how to spot similarities and repeat successes.
At the Digiday Content Marketing Summit held in Vail, Colorado, Merriam-Webster's chief digital officer Lisa Schneider talks about how the dictionary brand modernized its online approach to produce real-time online content and regain relevance.
In January 2016, Reebok decided to put their editorial, PR and social media team together and call it "the newsroom." Since over one year of its formation, the newsroom ran many successful ad campaigns. At the Digiday Content Marketing Summit held in Vail, Colorado, the global head of editorial from Reebok’s Newsroom Blair Hammond revealed how the campaign was a big risk in real time marketing.
Since the launch of their app, Clique Media Group, also known as CMG, is doubling down on collecting data to make its customers' experience personalized and intuitive. Here is CMG's chief brand officer Sally Mueller's session from the Digiday Retail Summit, held last month in Napa, California, where she spoke on how content becomes viable commerce.
In this sessions, Spring's president Marshall Porter talks lessons learnt from creating a multi-brand app for retail and customer purchase patterns.