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Get 50 percent off when you book your pass to Nordic Media Insights 2018

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Get 50 percent off when you book your pass to Nordic Media Insights 2018

How does CNN work with data? How does The Guardian capture tomorrow's supporters on Instagram? How does Amazon change the world with voice technology?

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At Nordic Media Insights in Stockholm, 12-13 June, you will get answers to all these questions and much more.

About 50 speakers from leading companies in Norway, Finland, Sweden, Denmark, UK and the USA share their insights into the future of media and marketing.

Welcome to the Nordic Region's new meeting place for managers and professionals in the media and marketing industry. As a Medier24 reader you get a 50 percent discount on the ticket price.


Some of our 2018 speakers are:

Ben Barokas, CEO and co-founder of Sourcepoint
Ben Barokas and Sourcepoint are driving the next evolution of the internet – content compensation – by providing technology and services that enable the world’s largest media companies to foster a transparent value exchange with consumers. Ben is a serial entrepreneur with a unique ability to identify market opportunities.


Inga Thordar, Executive Editor of CNN Digital Worldwide

Inga Thordar oversees all international news, sport and programming teams. Thordar oversees teams of journalists in London, Hong Kong, Abu Dhabi, Lagos and NY who produce, write and distribute CNN's multi-platform journalism globally across an array of digital platforms.


Brian Morrissey, Editor-in-chief of Digiday Media

Brian Morrissey is the president and editor-in-chief of Digiday Media, a vertical media company with publications devoted to media, fashion and luxury, and finance. Prior to joining Digiday in 2011, Morrissey was digital editor at Adweek for six years.


Eleni Stefanou, Social Platforms Editor, The Guardian

Eleni Stefanou has worked in digital media for over nine years. She established the British Film Institute's social media strategy and now works at the Guardian, producing off-platform journalism and helping to define new forms of storytelling. She is currently focused on rolling out the Guardian's Instagram strategy and helping the organisation reach younger audiences.


Max Amordeluso, Lead Evangelist for Amazon Alexa in Europe

The voice and speech recognition technology market is expected to grow explosively in the coming years, and Amazon is leading the way in making spoken language the next user interface. Max Amordeluso is the Lead Evangelist for Amazon Alexa in Europe.


Anna Arvidsson, Head of Bonnier News Brand Studio

Anna Arvidsson is the Head of Bonnier News Brand Studio in Sweden. Anna and her team have a seat at the news desk of the newspaper Expressen and as a result, she is able to position her clients at the very epicenter of events and deliver relevant and updated commercial content to their readers.


Stig Olav Kasin, Chief Content Officer, The Future Group

Named one of Norways Top Futurist Thinker Leaders in 2017, Stig Olav Kasin excels at producing and managing complex entertainment concepts with large teams. He has considerable expertise in merging premium entertainment with gaming & interactivity, developing and producing the world’s first Interactive Mixed Reality TV show and Game, Lost in Time.


Jens Finnäs, Founder and CEO Journalism Robotics and operator of Newsworthy

Newsworthy is a news service that finds newsleads in large amounts of statistical data. A completely new way of doing journalism. It can be news about reported crime, property prices, unemployment or company liquidations. Jens Finnäs is also CEO of Journalism Robotics Stockholm.


Astrid Schmeltzer Dybkjaer, Business Developer, Information

Information is currently developing a platform that will enable further utilization and packaging of Information’s digital content in new ways. The aim is to supplement existing subscription options with the ability to purchase or subscribe todigital content packages based on interest. The Danish project is sponsored by Google and Astrid is the project manager and the brain behind the idea.


Maya Garkusha, Founder of Programmatic Consulting

Programmatic Consulting Nordic is a boutique consulting firm which aims to simplify programmatic media for buyers. Maya Garkusha has worked with biddable media for eight years and started her career with paid search at a price comparison site in London. In 2013 she made the shift from search to programmatic just when the technonolgy started to make it’s way to the Nordic region.

As a Medier24 reader, you get a 50 percent discount when you book your pass to Nordic Media Insights 2018. Use the code NMI1860 after you fill in your information, then the price will be reduced.

Read more and book your ticket on www.nordicmediainsights.com 

 

 
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