01 - 02 June 2022
Oslo
Norway

Digital Media Europe 2022

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Programme

June 1 Wednesday

08:30

Registration opens

09:30

Introductions and Welcome!

Speakers
Deputy Director, Digital Revenue Network, WAN-IFRA, France
Product Director, VG, Norway
09:45

Time to meet your colleagues!

10:10

Cybersecurity and the lessons to be learned from Amedia's experience

On the night of Tuesday 28 December 2021, Amedia, one of Norway’s largest media companies, was hit by a “severe” cyber attack and was forced to shut down its IT systems. What happened next is the story Pål Nedregotten will tell us. Amedia is not a unique case, there have been many similar examples in recent years in media companies, both for ransomware attacks and for stealing personal information of subscribers and employees.

Moderator
Head of Communications and Event, Norwegian Media Businesses' Association, Norway
Speakers
Executive Vice President, Amedia AS, Norway
10:45

A very unique cooperation to better serve audiences

The German news agency dpa and the consulting firm Schickler launched the DRIVE project in 2020 in partnership with some 20 German newspaper groups (local and regional press). This collaboration focuses on digital subscriptions and joint experimentation to enable publishers to learn from each other about their users’ behaviour and expectations, and of course how to encourage them to subscribe or stay subscribed. The result of this cooperation is an incredible wealth of data and analysis… And a big question: how do we  exploit the findings from their benchmarking into the newsrooms of the project partners to make an impact?”

Speakers
Head of Performing Content, dpa infocom GmbH, Germany
11:15

Networking Coffee Break

11:45

Building a membership strategy at Newonce 

In Poland, Newonce is a media company focusing on urban culture. Danuta Bregula is a recognised digital subscription specialist, but she has opted for a membership strategy when she joined the company a year ago. Does this have anything to do with Newonce’s Gen Z audience?

Speakers
Executive Board Member and Director of Business Development and Membership Strategy, newonce.media, Poland
12:15

Networking lunch and discussions

12:45

Parallel Breakout Session: Converting readership spikes into long term value

Maximising revenue benefits from news-driven boosts to readership by driving habits and converting to paid readership.

Speakers
Commercial Partnerships Director for EMEA , Dow Jones International - The Wall Street Journal, United Kingdom
13:30

How Polaris Media Sør supercharged digital subscriptions with a dynamic paywall and user-centered design

After launching their first static paywall in 2013, Polaris Media sør with their home base in southern Norway serving local news across 21 regional newspapers, recognized a huge opportunity to improve how subscription offers fit into their user journey. They launched their first dynamic paywall with Piano in 2019 and supercharged their capabilities to tailor the look and feel, run several paywalls simultaneously, show content to different audience segments and more. In this session, Piano will discuss how Polaris media Sør path to defining what makes a good paywall and the steps they’ve taken to show the right message at the right time to the right audience.

Speakers
Digital Marketing, Polaris Media, Norway
General Manager Norway, Piano, Norway
14:00

Different facets of the Guardian's consumer revenue strategy

Speakers
Managing Director of Consumer Revenues & Publishing, Guardian News & Media, United Kingdom
14:30

Key actions that have fuelled super growth in Le Monde subscriptions

Speakers
Vice President of Subscriptions, Le Monde, France
15:00

How Germany's largest newspaper, Bild, is increasing AND retaining their subscribers

Speakers
Director Premium, BILDplus, Axel Springer
15:30

Open Mic Session with the audience and the panel speakers on growing digital subscriptions

Moderator
Senior Manager, FT Strategies, United Kingdom
16:00

Coffee Break

16:30

Retention Strategies: lessons learnt and implemented across the customer journey in the face of rapidly evolving reader habits

Speakers
Head of Customer Journey Management, Neue Zürcher Zeitung, Switzerland
Deputy Director of Product, UX and Audience, Le Monde, France
18:00

Networking Drinks

Join us and continue the good conversation with fellow participants and speakers while enjoying Norwegian delights!

June 2 Thursday

09:15

Welcome Back! Breakfast session with El Español and Marfeel: New ways of handling data in the newsroom and the paradigm shift of the loyalty funnel

Speakers
CMO and Sales VP, Marfeel, Spain
10:00

Group discussions on the learnings from the first day

10:30

Guide the writing process, better understand why certain content performs better

Speakers
Product manager, Schibsted Product & Technology AB, Norway
11:00

Onboarding, habits and retention.

“We’re a small team so we rely on big bets and automation” says Therese Grieves. How do they work on one experiment at a time in order to create compelling and effective onboarding, what tests and analysis are they running to create habits and what are they doing in terms of holdback and antichurn in order to get people to stay?

Moderator
Deputy Director, Digital Revenue Network, WAN-IFRA, France
Speakers
CX Lead, Schibsted, Norway
11:30

How Aftenposten is trying to sell to retain

Every seventh conversion on Aftenposten results from someone hitting their paywall. This makes them reliant on articles that invoke such a high level of interest that people want to purchase to read it. It also relies so heavily on the piece of content being so interesting that translating that interest to the rest of their offering becomes a challenge. So how can they create more channels for generating sales that rely on the customers’ interest in Aftenposten as opposed to interest in one piece of content.

Moderator
Deputy Director, Digital Revenue Network, WAN-IFRA, France
Speakers
Lead growth and target groups, Schibsted, Norway
12:00

How content analytics drives decision-making in the newsroom

Smartocto is well known for its actionable content analytics system that calculates the best scenario for every story. Over 250 newsrooms across the globe love to work with their unique and smart notifications, helping them to optimise their editorial efforts. Smartocto also invested – together with former BBC editor Dmitry Shishkin – in understanding the User Needs approach. They have developed new notifications to help newsrooms understand what specific follow-ups – based on BBC’s User Need Model – they should write. In the keynote, smartocto, together with one of their Dutch clients Omroep Brabant, will dive into their fascinating User Need project. They will explain how it led to the revolutionary development of smartify, and how they support newsrooms like Omroep Brabant by not only showing them – in real time – what to do better but also what not to do! How smartocto helps newsrooms make better decisions is the keynote you just have to see!

Speakers
Founder and CMO, smartocto, The Netherlands
Editor in Chief, Omroep Brabant, The Netherlands
12:30

Networking lunch and Discussions

13:30

GNI Digital Growth Programme

The News Consumer Insights mission is to transform data into actionable recommendations to help News publishers thrive. Based on your Google Analytics data, and our news industry benchmark collected from 1000+ publisher sites, our award-winning insights tool provides specific recommendations for Reader Engagement and Reader Revenue growth, which you’ll learn more about in this session. Questions about starting or working on consumer revenue models? Nicole’s team offers an immersive workshop, NCI Shift, which is a collaborative peer-to-peer discussion format that has rolling applications if you’re ready to dive deep!
Speakers
Global News Consumer Insights Lead, Google, USA
14:15

Audio strategy: producing great podcasts, integrating them in the publisher’s revenue strategy

Speakers
Country Manager Norway, PodMe, Norway
14:45

A/B testing: recommendations from FT Strategies and open questions with their senior manager Sabrina Daryanani

Experimentation is an important part of innovation and that has been true at the Financial Times. It is both an art and a science and therefore having the right framework is extremely important for success.

Speakers
Senior Manager, FT Strategies, United Kingdom
15:30

Wrap up and conclusions

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Virginia Melero

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Maria Belém

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