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FT Digital Media Conference 2014

A session at FT Digital Media Conference 2014

The FT's flagship Digital Media Conference brings together leaders of global media groups and today's most exciting entrepreneurs to explore which new digital powers are driving the future of media and what it takes to make money from these fast-growing industries.

The 2014 conference, hosted by the FT's West Coast Managing Editor Richard Waters, will bring together 350+ senior attendees from around the world.

Speakers include:

Anne Sweeney
Co-Chair, Disney Media Networks; President, Disney/ABC Television Group
Walt Disney

Mark Thompson
President and CEO
The New York Times Company

Maurice Levy
Chairman and CEO
Publicis Groupe

Justin Smith
CEO
Bloomberg Media Group

David M. Zaslav
President and CEO
Discovery Communications

Professor Anita Elberse
Lincoln Filene Professor of Business Administration
Harvard Business School

Nicola Mendelsohn
Vice President, EMEA
Facebook

David Sternberg
Head of Media
Manchester United

FT Digital Media 2014 will tackle the tough financial questions about digital business models and monetisation, including:

  • Disruption and opportunity: How will industry revenue streams evolve in the face of increasing digital disruption?
  • Know your audience: What changes should media companies expect in their global customer base and how will this impact future revenue models?
  • The monetisation dilemma: Should you bet your future on advertising or subscription revenue? What are the pros and cons of both models?
  • Making mobile pay: Why are most companies still struggling to make significant money from mobile?
  • The business of social: Which approaches to monetising social are working?

Price:
Early Booker (By 21 Feb): £1099 + VAT
Standard Rate: £1299 + VAT

Category: Conferences

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Date Wed 26th March 2014

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