Press Gazette’s Digital Journalism Summit 2018 is presented in association with News UK. It aims to provide an essential briefing, networking opportunity and discussion forum for all those seriously concerned about how to make news pay its way in the online era.
In the era of digital disruption news publishers must be nimble if they are to survive. The Digital Journalism Summit provides delegates with insight into the big challenges facing the journalism industry and practical ideas and strategies on how to succeed.
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News UK chief operating officer
Press Association editor in chief
Newsquest chief executive
HuffPost UK editor
News UK is home to some of the biggest and most popular newspapers and radio stations in the UK and Ireland, alongside video ad tech company Unruly.
Our titles, The Times, The Sunday Times, The Sun, The Sun on Sunday and The TLS, reach more than 70%* of the UK's total newsbrand market. The Times and The Sunday Times are the world’s best-known quality newspapers and The Sun, the most read British print newspaper, is also the UK’s number one online newsbrand. In addition to our successful brand extensions, fantasy football game Dream Team and Sun Bingo, in July News UK launched Q LIVE, a live game show app with cash prizes for players across the UK and Ireland.
Wireless Group, acquired by News UK in 2016, comprises of talkSPORT, talkRADIO and Virgin Radio as well as 28 local radio stations in the UK and Ireland. Across its network Wireless Group reaches 4.6m adults, who listened for 31 million hours*. The Group also owns two digital businesses, Tibus and Simply Zesty - read more here.
Digital ad tech company Unruly, acquired in 2015, uses unique emotional data to help advertisers better engage global audiences on brand safe, premium sites helping brands to inspire 1.44bn people around the world - read more here.
For more information on our brands please go to <a href="https://www.news.co.uk/">www.news.co.uk </a>or follow us on Twitter @NewsUK.
I really enjoyed the summit and got a lot out of the afternoon, in terms of learning, debate, and new ideas.
I went down from Newcastle for the 2017 summit, which is a whole (long) day away because, as most London people know, Newcastle is pretty near Reykjavik, though with worse transport connections... But I’ll be looking to go again to the next one.
It was very useful to hear what was effectively a series of Ted type talks, with Q&A sessions, on what exactly the major companies are doing and thinking in what remains the by ‘fast changing’ media &news environment.
It’s always been fast changing but after a couple of decades at mach speed it’s now gone into hyper drive and knowing what assumptions large companies are working on, and the conclusions they are then creating from them, is very useful for any media professional looking to try and make revenue in the space, however large or small their company may be..
“And it’s a great networking event as well....
so nothing not to like really! “A brief, intimate and brilliant event that robustly debated a wide range of issues and was highly informative. It was also an excellent, informal environment for networking and to encourage collaboration.”
An opportunity for national and local publishers to meet with the news specialists from the tech platforms. Useful and surprisingly cordial!