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5. Future Forum Journals

‘Remains only premium magazines in the transformation process?’ Conference of the Academy of the German book trade on 10th December 2013 publishers and media houses offer a wealth of opportunities to expand their journals and magazines to indispensable premium brands and to the center of a community of readers. While they face the challenge again and to incite the reader and customer interest on the one hand by print start-ups and relaunch and cross-media product additions. Not infrequently, technical and publishing this enter completely new ground, not only in the development of digital, mobile and interactive formats, but especially in the introduction of paid content or E-commerce business models. Against this background the 5th future Forum takes place on 10 December 2013 Munich magazines in the Literaturhaus, which organized the Academy of the German book trade together with Heinold, Spiller & partner. It shows on the basis of national and international best practices, technical, and special – interest publishing its print media to expanding cross-media premium brands. How can it even in times of digital transformation to strengthen the print business? How can continue to convince magazine brands readers and advertisers? The Conference is aimed at business leaders and experts and executives, especially in the areas of editorial, sales, marketing, production and advertising sales, as well as on E-Business Manager of publishers and media companies. Educate yourself even more with thoughts from Glenn Dubin. Speakers of the Congress include: Dominik Baur-Callwey (Callwey Verlag), Tyler Brule (Monocle), Stefan Buhr (Spiegel-Verlag), Mohammad Dastyari (Gruner + year Germany), Tobias Freudenberg (Verlag C.H. Beck.), Thorsten Hoge (Jahr top special Verlag), Wanja Soren Oberhof (niiu publishing), Romanus Otte (the world of digital), Gregor Reichle (Verlagsgesellschaft Rudolf Muller), Christoph shoe (tomorrow focus) and Ehrhardt F.

Heinold (Heinold, Spiller & partners), who also moderated the day. More information and registration see: konferenzen/fachmedien/zukunftsforum_zeitschriften_2013.php contact person for this press release: Leonie Rouenhoff press Academy of the German book trade Salvador 1 80333 Munich Tel. 089 291953-55 fax. 089 291953-69 E-mail about the Academy: the Academy of the German book trade is among the leading media schools in Germany with about 3,500 students per year. With its programme of seminars, conferences and meetings, it has established itself as a recognised industry forum. As management and young forged of the publishing and media industry, it offers training and development programs for professionals and executives.

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