SXSW Interactive 2016
Publishers & The Power Of The People
The past few years have seen a dramatic increase in the influence of individual voices and tastemakers across the digital media landscape. YouTube, Instagram, Pinterest, Snapchat, and Twitter enable individuals to reach millions. However, these are not celebrities who have built on pre-existing platforms such as film, music, or reality television and then opened a Twitter account. These are everyday people who have leveraged social media platforms to build huge followings and use their influence to form lucrative partnerships with some of the world’s biggest brands.
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- What does the rise of the digital celebrity mean for publishers—both traditional legacy publishers as well as digitally native publishers?
- How does the role of an editor-in-chief compare to a full-service publishing operation of one, when both generate audiences, content, and influence?
- How are advertisers navigating an increasingly blurred landscape of premium, user-generated content and everything in-between?
Nathan Coyle, EVP of Business Dev, Refinery29