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Brainsnacks: Quick Ideas You Can Apply Immediately

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INMA's Brainsnack sessions cover a lot of ground in a short period of time on many subjects. In this module with 10 media companies, hear how video has transformed Expressen, how Rede Gazeta transformed digitally and adopted the 7/1 model, how Eenadu scales advertising solutions during the pandemic, how The Globe and Mail uses machine learning, how Ringier Axel Springer touts sustainable media, and Stuff New Zealand covers climate. Learn more about AFP's verification operations, Advance Local's text message services, Iltalehti's work with machine learning and neural networks, and print innovation at The New York Times. 

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Video Killed the Radio Star (But Could Save Newspapers)
Thomas Mattsson, Senior Advisor, Bonnier News

Digital Transformation and Adopting the 7/1 Model
Andre Furlanetto, Chief Marketing Officer, Rede Gazeta

#Sustainable Media: Let Our Voice Become a Force For Good
Olga Korolec, Chief Marketing Officer, Ringier Axel Springer

Importance of Remote Leadership with Strategic Flexibility: An Indian Perspective
Sushil Kumar Tyagi, GM Marketing, Eenadu

Automated Curation: How To Get Machine Learning To Do the Grunt Work and Free Up Your High-Value Talent
Gordon Edall, Managing Director, Globe  Labs, The Globe and Mail

AFP's Verfication Operations: Global, Digital, On the Ground
Phil Chetwynd, Global News Director, AFP

How to Cover Climate (and the Unintended Consequences)
Patrick Crewdson, Editor, Stuff New Zealand

Advance Local's Experiments To Build Customer Relationships Through Text Message Services
John Hassell, Senior Vice President and Editorial Director, Advance Local

What Machine Learning and Neural Networks Have To Do With Iltalehti
Perttu Kauppinen, Editor-in-Chief, Iltalehti, Alma Media

Print Innovation and the Art of the Possible at The New York Times
Michael Greenspon, Global Head, NYT Licensing and Print Innovation, The New York Times

 

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