Want guidance on your digital media and content marketing strategies? Join us on March 8 at 9 a.m. MST for an Ask Me Anything with Peter Houston, Editor-at-Large at The Media Briefing.
For 45 minutes, ask your questions about digital publishing strategies, how to integrate messaging throughout all your media outlets and emerging content amplification platforms to watch for in 2017.
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We asked Peter to share a little about himself:
My biggest role at the moment is as Editor-at-Large for TheMediaBriefing, a London-based conference producer and publisher of themediabriefing.com, a website covering developing media strategies. My job at the TheMediaBriefing is to shape content strategy, from helping set the focus for regular market analysis to building out our industry reports programme. I also support sales staff in creating commercial content opportunities.
I run my own business, Flipping Pages Media, providing consulting and training for media and marketing businesses making the transition from legacy print to multi-platform publishing. Recent projects have focused on off-platform publishing, paid content strategies and organisational change.
I often write and speak about the challenges facing modern media. I have presented at Google’s Think Publishing conference in Dublin, led Guardian Masterclasses in London and delivered training for the Scottish Professional Publishers Association in Edinburgh. I’m a judge for the Digital Magazine Awards and the British Media Awards and I write a monthly column for Publishing Executive in Philadelphia.
A couple of years ago I published a little book called ‘The Magazine Diaries’. It was a collection of 100-word essays written by 100 magazine professionals, all about what it felt like to work in magazines in this time of disruption. I think I might do it again.
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Note: This is the LIVE AMA thread. If you want to prep Peter with your question, do it here and he will respond on March 8, 9am MST on this thread. Thanks.