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AOP Digital Digest 6th June 2014 - News From the Digital Universe

Events News

June Forum - Evolving Successful Content Business Models - 11th June, etc. Venues - The Hatton

Next week’s AOP Forum will look at ways in which publishers are trying to solve one of their biggest problems - monetising quality content. The event brings together speakers from B2B and B2C backgrounds to discuss new approaches, new thinking and the influence of new platforms. Speakers include: 
  • Simon Fry, Mobile & Tablet Product Manager, The Independent, i, Evening Standard,
  • Sam Pattison, Head of UK & International Sales at Vibrant Media,
  • Danny Rogers, Group Director at Brand Republic, Haymarket
  • Michael Nutley, journalist, commentator and former editor of New Media Age. (moderator)
For full details and to book, click here.
 

AOP Digital Publishing Awards 2014 

3rd July, The Roundhouse, Camden
 

There’s just one month to go until the biggest night of the digital publishing year.  We can’t wait to celebrate the cream of the industry and crown this year’s 18 category winner’s Tables are selling fast so don’t delay and book your tickets now Click here for full info, short list and booking details  

AOP On The Road
 

 
Publishing Summit Europe - June 2 - 4, 2014 AOP travelled to Barcelona for DPS Europe with Digiday. The event gathered top international publishers including many of AOP's Board membership to discuss the opportunities and challenges facing publishers. The Summit focused on five key trends that publishers today should be focused on: the rise of programmatic, the shift to native, mobile strategy, diversified revenue streams and platform distribution. AOP hosted cocktails and dinner on the second night of the conference .  

AOP Groups
 

The AOP B2B group gathered at Centaur Media offices this week to discuss the popular topic of DMPs (Data Management Platforms) - what they are, where they can add value, and how they are being used by publishers. Members from Bauer, Centaur, Dennis, Emap, Faversham House, Haymarket, IDG, Newsquest, RBI, Sift, UBM, and Ultima Media attended.  

News from the Digital Universe
 

To Be Seen or Not to Be Seen: Is actually no longer the question
 

The IAB’s recent announcement of viewability standards adds further momentum to a critical shift in the ad marketplace; a shift that brings media sellers unique challenges and opportunities that will shape the future of their business. comScore are hosting a sell-side panel discussion to address today's evolving market, uncover emerging opportunities and learn how comScore can help.

For more information and to request your place click here
 

Taboola Strikes a Strategic Partnership with Yahoo! JAPAN To Launch Content Discovery Business
 




Taboola announced  this week its strategic partnership with Yahoo! JAPAN, the largest Internet company in Japan and a global digital market leader. “Yahoo! Content Discovery” will be the name of a new service that will leverage Taboola’s advanced technology to offer personalized and relevant content recommendations to hundreds of high quality publisher partner sites of Yahoo! News. This strategic collaboration establishes Content Discovery as a new monetizing category and a traffic booster for Yahoo! News and its partners. Read the full story here
 

SpotXchange EMEA Expands Publisher Division


SpotXchange is investing in its European publisher division with two key appointments.
 
Alex Kisielewski joins from the MailOnline to be Director of Publisher Development, EMEA and Niall Jones is joining from Havas Media as Publisher Account Manager.
 
Read the full story here
 

NCTJ seek employers' views on new apprenticeship standard
 

The NCTJ wants employers’ views on a new apprenticeship standard for junior journalists. It was announced in March that employers including Archant, the BBC, BSkyB, The Independent, ITN, Johnston Press, the KM Group, London Evening Standard and Newsquest would work with the NCTJ to help the government reform apprenticeships in England by creating new journalism apprenticeship standards. A draft of the standard for junior journalists is now available for consultation. Read the draft and complete the survey by clicking here
 

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The AOP Team


The full AOP events calendar for 2014 is in place. Click here to view