Digital Media Asia 2016

Digital Media Asia 2016

Asia's largest new-media conference dedicated to the news publishing industry gathered over 250 media executives in Singapore on 8-10 November 2016.

See you at #DMASG17 !

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Three themes will define #DMASG16


  • 1

    Online Reader Revenue

    5 years since the New York Times launched their paywall - so what now?

  • 2

    The End of Display Advertising 1.0

    Mobile-ready, fast-loading and off-platform. The ad blocking friendly future.

  • 3

    Tomorrow's Revenue Today

    Video is not a hobby. VR is coming. And it's time to diversify.



  • Connect with the right people: Industry get-together with more than 200 senior publishing executives from over 25 countries : CEOs; CDOs; Digital Editors-in-Chief; CMOs; Digital revenues strategists; Heads of sales, Media buyers and Advertising Agencies.
  • Get insights from innovators who are transforming the global media industry.
  • Learn from case studies and best practices that are directly relevant to your own media operations.
  • Discover the “Best in Asia” at the Asian Digital Media Awards ceremony.

Digital innovators honoured at the Asian Digital Media Awards 2016

Some of Asia’s leading news media companies, including Apple Daily, Singapore Press Holdings, Astro Awani, MediaCorp and Philippine Daily Inquirer were among the winners of the 7th annual Asian Digital Media Awards jointly presented on 9 November in Singapore by Google and the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA).

Meet the Asian Digital Media Awards 2016 winners



Pre-conference masterclasses and conference will be held at Orchard Hotel, Singapore

More details on event venue and bookings


TOURS in Singapore


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