It seems the sexiest, most lucrative thing in publishing today is to be just about anything other than a publisher. As media companies look for ways to monetize outside of advertising, the lines between journalism, business and marketing have blurred.

From the rise of the “platisher” to media outlets adding sidelines as events companies and content studios, the 2015 Digiday Publishing Summit will examine how publishers are taking steps to push themselves forward into this brave new world.

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Brian Morrissey , editor-in-chief

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Lauri Baker , vp, brand strategy & sales/head of branded content

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DPS Attendees Include

"Digiday brings the brightest minds and freshest ideas to center stage, and provides a level of accessibility you do not get at other similar events."

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"Digiday held a top-class event for Publishers. Running the gamut from closed door publisher-only sessions to stimulating panel discussions, this is one of the best events I've attended in the US."

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