Chartered Accountants House, 47-49 Pearse
Street, Dublin 2
Wednesday, 30 April 2014, 8am - 2.30pm
The full list of speakers for 2014 will be announced shortly
but amongst those already confirmed are:
Rob O'Regan is the editorial director
of eMediaVitals.com, a media site that covers the magazine
publishing industry. In his Show Me The Money keynote at
Publishing 360, Rob counts down the Top Six Killer Strategies
for magazine publishers in 2014. Based on his 30 years of
experience working in and writing about the media sector,
Rob will outline the publishing initiatives which are already
yielding real financial results in the US and other markets.
Quinn, has been publisher of Vogue
for the past 22 years, turning that most iconic of titles
into nothing less than a money-making machine. Stephen has
some good advice on how Irish magazine media can do likewise!
Rhona Murphy, Chief Executive Officer,
The Daily Beast, In the LOOK! NO PRINT session, Rhona will
talk about the latest trends in online media and what in
her experience works best for readers and advertisers today.
She will explain why she believes the print world should
embrace digital and actively incorporate it as part of their
products; but that digital does not have to be successful
at the expense of print. It can be - but you can have both.
Prior to running The Daily Beast, she was the head of Newsweek
International for many years where she witnessed first-hand
the fusion of print and digital, what worked and what didn't.
She will also share some of those learnings.
Sara Cremer is the CEO of content marketing agency,
She joined Redwood in 2008 as Editorial director, following
success in consumer magazines and websites, which saw her
edit beloved titles, launch new ones and take print titles
online. She has transformed the company from a print-based
publishing house to a multi-channel content agency at the
forefront of the digital revolution.
We also have BEST IDEAS FROM THE LAST 5 YEARS where a panel
of publishers will speak for 3 minutes each on Recession
War Stories! Five B2B publishers tell us how they faced the
challenges; what they learned from the recession and their
best ideas for survival.
GENERATION NEXT - a panel of under-25 year olds will be
quizzed about their media consumption. Where are they getting
all their info? What platforms work best for what content?
How are publishers keeping up with consumer demands?
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