~~ Elisabeth DeMarse, Chairman, CEO and President, The Street , first group panel, "Adapting to Changing Media Platforms," at Desilva + Phillips DEALMAKERS SUMMIT
The "see what you missed video" montage of the DeSilva+Phillips Dealmakers Summit 2013 is here!
On Thursday, February 7, 2013, top dealmakers in the Media, Advertising & Marketing Services, Information Services, Education and Healthcare Communications Industries gathered to attend the Desilva + Phillips Dealmakers Summit at New World Stages in New York City.
The annual event, 11th year, explores trends driving deal outlooks for the media and information industries and insights on key sources, challenges and solutions for the year ahead. Other relevant content was discussed along with unparalleled networking throughout.
Daniel McCarthy, Partner, DeSilva + Phillips began with an introduction presentation “The 2013 Deal Outlook: Trends and Opportunities,” and introduced Chairman and Founder of AMRinternational, Denzil Rankine, next up to the podium.
Rankine’s presentation “The next challenge in B2B information: The shift beyond workflow to business solutions” reviewed the conclusions of research collaborated by his company and Desilva + Phillips. The new white paper was released later in the day, and focuses on media strategy and the B2B information framework.
~~ Stephanie Mehta, Keynote Interviewer
Executive Editor, Fortune. Quoted at Desilva + Phillips DEALMAKERS SUMMIT introducing Keynote Speaker, Robert Thompson, CEO, News Corporation
Stephanie Mehta, Executive Editor, Fortune, keynote interviewer opened the summit with an introduction to Robert Thomson, CEO of News Corporation.
The discussion focused on the deal outlook for 2013 and aspects of trends and opportunities.
Panelists Paul Bascobert, COO, Bloomberg Media; Elisabeth DeMarse, Chairman, CEO and President, The Street, Inc. and Ann Sarnoff, COO, BBC Worldwide America. Adams’ opening question -- “What types of competitors specifically and generally are you most worried about now that have emerged recently that keep you up at night” -- produced great answers.
Interesting takeaways were the consensus that programmatic ad buying is here to stay but indoor and outdoors media channels are crucial -- must reach consumers in all parts of the day -- for example, reach consumers indoors beginning with waking up in the morning to heading outdoors to work and throughout the entire day and night.
For those of you who weren’t able to attend this outstanding event, this article will be updated regularly with updated highlights of the various panel discussions and disruption segments. Also included will be a “see what you missed” video featuring highlights of the event and “One to One” interviews with key speakers, leading executives and top dealmakers.
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Other Resources (updated throughout the day)
► Desilva + Phillips
► News Corporation
► The Wall Street Journal
► The Street
► BBC Worldwide America
► InfoCommerce Group
► ABRY Partners
► PR Newswire
► Forrester Research
► Time Warner Investments
► Columbia Journalism School
► Thompson Reuters Digital
► Columbia University
► Comcast Ventures
► Kohlberg Kravis Roberts
► McGraw Hill Education
► Empirical Media
► American Express Publishing Company
► Penton Media
► Centaur Media
► Nomad Editions
► Peoples Education
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