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 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.
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.