The Academy of the German book trade conference discusses future of magazines if professional media, audience magazine or newspaper print still represents the core business of publishing houses and media companies, has to fight but declining conditions and sales figures. To enhance your print business, therefore more and more technical and publishing put out indispensable premium brands to develop their newspapers and magazines. This often investing in relaunches or the development of new magazine formats. Also, they extend their offer to commercial-quality digital products such as online portals, tablet or Smartphone apps. With the introduction of E-Commerce and paid content models, magazine publishers in enter not infrequently new terrain. Against this background, the Academy of the German book trade held on 10 December 2013 in collaboration with Heinold, Spiller & partner in the Literaturhaus Munich the 5th Forum of the future magazines only premium remains magazines in the transformation process? “.” Top speakers the industry show you how professional, special-interest – and Publishing successfully meet the current challenges of the magazine market and expand their print media to premium brands. The Conference is addressed to Managing Director and at 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.
It refer inter alia: Dominik Baur-Callwey (Callwey Verlag), 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