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8 – 9 October 2019, Messe Berlin, Hall 21 Berlin Publishing Days on 7 & 10 October
  • Mark van de Kamp

    Mark van de Kamp

    CEO

    Escenic

SET YOUR STORIES FREE! NEW WAYS OF CREATING PREMIUM CONTENT

Today’s news consumers demand more than a good article. They want immersive experiences. Learn how to release a new creative potential in your news storytelling. By using a different kind of story anatomy and new technology, you can create stories that will move and engage your digital audience.
Topic: Content Creation & Production Editorial & Distribution
Learning objectives: Release a new creative potential in storytelling.Work with a different kind of story anatomy. Create new kinds of digital stories - without having to replace your editorial staff with programmers.

Mark van de Kamp

Mark van de Kamp heads up Escenic, a CCI-owned media tech company specializing in CMS platforms for news publishers. Mark’s mission is to make digital storytelling more intuitive for the creators and more engaging for the audiences. He is one of the driving forces behind the development of CUE, the new cutting-edge digital publishing platform from CCI and Escenic.
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Mark van de Kamp

CEO

Escenic

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