Publishers are now longer just responsible for creating magazines and websites, in order to survive and grow the ability to create and monetise multi-platform content is absolutely essential. This session looks at how the role of the publisher has fundamentally changed and what this means for publishing tin the future.
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Jonathan has over 14 years publishing and advertising experience and currently works across all commercial revenue streams for new and emerging platforms (e.g. iPad, tablets and mobile) such as digital magazines, bespoke Apps and mobile web across current and new titles within the Dennis Publishing portfolio.
In addition, Jonathan also manages cross-brand and cross-platform creative solutions projects for all titles at Dennis Publishing.
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