FIPP WORLD MEDIA CONGRESS 2022/So many questions. So little time. HomeScheduleAgenda day 1Agenda Day 2SpeakersSponsorsVenueNewsSold Out Author: Cobus HeylPosted: 24th Mar 2022 (Updated: 24th Mar 2022) Blog navigationPrevious Blog: Next Google Digital Immersion Week programme startsNext Blog: Alert: Speaker number 60 now confirmed for Congress (see the complete list as it stands) The Di5ru.pt blog Consider these questions, and see what you can do about it… How does Axel Springer do it, Ralph Büchi? How does Vivendi see the future, Arnaud du Puyfontaine? How does Dotdash Meredith do it, Alysa Borsa? How does Hearst do it, Jonny Wright? How does National Geographic do it, Yulia Boyle? How do leading media companies do it, Lucy Küng? How do the most innovative media do it, Juan Señor? How do you do it in India, Srini Balasubramanian? How do you do it in Africa, Nkiru Balonwu? How do you make FT podcasts pay, Alastair Mackie? How do Spotify it, Will Page? How do you view the world’s future, Jamil Anderlini? How do you value a media business, Reed Phillips? How do you develop a 1st party data strategy, Martha Williams? How do you sell leads instead of ads, Christian Siebert? How do you use AI to boost the value of magazine covers, Krifka Steffey and Alan Centofante? How do you think about the future of print, Jeremy Lesley? How do you make journalism commercially sustainable, Lisa MacLeod? How do you think about Web 3.0 and what publishers should do about it, Ciara Byrne? How do the best media companies do subscriptions, Douglas McCabe? How do you develop a strategy to ensure diversity, Tanya Isler and Miranda Holt? We can go on but get answers to these and more questions at the 44th FIPP World Congress in Cascais, Portugal, from 7-9 June. For the full agenda (note: it remains subject to change), click here: Day 1, 8 June Day 2, 9 June Congress tickets currently cost €600 less with our limited-time Early Bird offer, which ends soon. Sign up here to get the discount. For more information, including venue, the speaker and sponsor list and more: fippcongress.com Congress at a glance: Agenda with two speaker stages and a workshop area More than 50 top-notch international speakers Access to session recordings after the event Attendees from at least 25 countries Two leading publisher and tech expo areas Two smoothie and networking bars Two evening networking events Networking coffee and lunches Several dedicated meeting spaces The Pugpig running/walking club VIP lunches and dinners FIPP board and Congress speaker lounge Delegate free time to explore Cascais Wonderful scenery Sunshine (fingers crossed!) So, come on and… Join us in Cascais!