The 42nd FIPP World Media Congress in Las Vegas

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Keep pace with change

There is so much change around us, it is sometimes hard to stand back, listen and take stock of where you are.

Running from 1 pm on 12 November to 1 pm on 14 November, the 42nd FIPP World Media Congress in Las Vegas is an opportunity to invest in doing just that.

With more than 70 speakers addressing a range critical themes, offering honest and hard-hitting viewpoints from within and outside our industry, nowhere will you have the opportunity for concentrated benchmarking and learning than at the FIPP World Media Congress.

Below are nine of the themes that will be addressed at the Congress, including some of the speakers you will see present (you can see full agenda here), including from speakers outside our direct sphere such as the from the movies, cannabis industry in Canada and the US, and gaming.

Time is now running out to book your place, so to make sure you do not forego the opportunity this year for magazine media folk, book your place today.

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  1. Business models:
  • Bonnie Kintzer, CEO, Trusted Media Brands
  • James Tye, Group CEO, Dennis
  • Mike Federle, CEO, Forbes Media
  • Tyler Brûlé, Editor in Chief, Monocle
  1. Revenue models:
  • Jonathan Wright, Global Managing Director, Dow Jones
  • Eric Gillen, Chief Business Officer, Condé Nast Lifestyle Division
  • John Wilpers, Senior Director USA, Innovation Media Consulting
  1. Journalism and content:
  • Kate Lewis, Chief Content Officer, Hearst Magazines
  • Beth Tomkiw, Chief Content Officer, Trusted Media brands
  • Kerin O’Connor, CEO, The Week, Dennis
  1. Brand as business:
  • David Israel, Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer, Playboy, USA
  • Christin Keil, Licensing Manager, Axel Springer
  • Julia Raphaely, Associated Media Publishing
  1. Data, privacy and trust:
  • Brigitte Gwyn, EVP Government Affairs, MPA
  • Tom Bureau, CEO, Immediate Media Co
  • Ting Cai, Partner Director of Product and Technology, Microsoft
  1. Politics:
  • Brexit, art and the TIME cover: Chris Spencer, a.k.a. Cold War Steve
  • Jason Kint, President and CEO, Digital Content Next
  • Who wins in 2020? Matt Kaminski, Editor in Chief
  1. International business:
  • Yulia Boyle, SVP: Global Media and Experiences, National Geographic Partners
  • Tom Rowland, VP International and Business Affairs, Meredith
  • Deb Gallagher, Head of Planning, Digital and Marketing, MIT Sloan Management Review
  1. M&A, investing and the changing media landscape:
  • Robin Warner, Managing Director, Oaklins, DeSilva + Phillip
  • David S. Johnson, SVP Corporate Development, Meredith Corporation
  • Caroline von der Groeben, SVP, Partnerships and Business Development, Axel Springer
  1. Lessons from elsewhere:
  • When regulatory frameworks change – innovation and cannabis: Josh Campbell, President, dosist
  • Celebs and sport stars as media: Leonard Brody, Co-founder and Chairman, Creative Labs
  • Diversity in content: Angela Henshall, Senior Producer – 50:50 Project, BBC
  • Lessons from the movies: Chantal Rickards, CEO, BAFTA LA
  • 5G and the media: Keyvan Peymani, Managing Director, Salem Partners
  • Gaming industry and audience engagement: Jull Wilson, SVP Game Development, and Matt Edelman, Senior Director of Product at Verizon Media

 

We hope to see you at the 42rd FIPP World Congress in Las Vegas.

 

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