In the unknown future of digital media where more roadblocks and hurdles are bound to appear for publishers, it could be startups that help clear the path for more profitable media enterprises.
Few people in the industry may be more prepared to adapt to the ever-changing media landscape than Martin Bryant, the former editor-in-chief of the technology news site The Next Web. Publicize will host a talk with Byrant on Wednesday afternoon at 2 p.m. EST.
The chat, titled “Digital Media’s Future and How Startups Can Interact With Digital Press,” will be hosted on Crowdcast.io, giving interested viewers the chance to attend the digital webinar live and ask their own questions.
Bryant and Publicize interviewer Jim Glade will be discussing the shape of digital media in the near future and what kinds of problems and setbacks publishers can expect. In addition, they will be exploring ways in which traditional media outlets can work with startups in a symbiotic way that improves the overall product.
Bryant is an expert in the field of digital media and now works as a consultant, writer, speaker, and educator of technology and media. On top of his editor-in-chief experience, he has been an elected councilor for Manchester Digital, a trade association in Northwest England, as well as the community editor for the government-backed initiative Tech North.
To RSVP to the live webinar, please visit the event page here at Crowdcast.io. Up to 100 attendees will be allowed to view the webinar, with special access to Publicize clients.
This article was originally published in LatAm Tech.