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article imagenextMEDIA liveblog: Publishers talk digital media trends

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By David Silverberg
Dec 5, 2011 in Technology
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Toronto - At the annual nextMEDIA conference, publishers will discuss how they are taking advantage of digital media trends to power their publications into the next generation. Digital Journal will be liveblogging the panel discussion.
How are newspapers and magazines reacting to new digital technologies as the media landscape shifts almost weekly? In this liveblog coverage of nextMEDIA's panel discussion on media strategies, learn how some of the top media companies are finding what works for them.
Taking place in Toronto's Carlu, nextMEDIA is hosting various sessions on how media and marketing companies are using new technologies to drive innovation. Digital Journal is hosting a liveblog covering the event titled Publishers Talk Digital.
Speaking at this event: Martin Byrne, Chief Technology & Innovation Officer at St. Joseph Communications; Dominique-Sebastien Forest, Vice-President, Digital, Transcontinental Media; Graham Moysey, General Manager, AOL Canada; and Wayne Parrish, Chief Transformation & Revenue Officer, Postmedia Network
The liveblog below will go live at 1:40 p.m.. ET today, so you just need to scroll to the liveblog widget below and enter a name and take part right away. After the event, a transcript will be viewable to anyone.
The liveblog for this session will end at 2:25 p.m.
Digital Journal also covered an earlier nextMEDIA session on geo-location strategies.
Have any questions for the panelists? Let us know and we'll do our best to ask them live!
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